The Communist Celebration of India (CPI) has determined to organise protests throughout Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to Telangana on November 12 over the Centre not fulfilling the commitments made to the state.
CPI state Secretary Ok. Sambasiva Rao mentioned on Tuesday that the Prime Minister has no proper to enter Telangana as he fulfilled not a single dedication made to the state on the time of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh.
He instructed reporters that over the last eight years, the Modi authorities took no step on the commitments made to Telangana. He mentioned the PM ought to make clear what it has accomplished for the state in these eight years.
Rao identified that the Centre has accomplished nothing to arrange the Bayyaram metal plant, Kazipet railway coach manufacturing unit, a tribal college and a central college.
Modi is visiting Telangana on November 12 to dedicate the Ramagundam Fertilisers and Chemical compounds Ltd to the nation.
In keeping with BJP’s Telangana unit leaders, he can even deal with a public assembly at Ramagundam.
The CPI chief slammed the Modi authorities over privatization of public sector items. He mentioned the CPI would strongly resist the Centre’s transfer to privatise Singareni Collieries Firm.
He mentioned his get together would organise protests in Singareni from November 10 to oppose privatisation.
CPI-M state Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram has already referred to as up folks to stage protests throughout Modi’s go to to Telangana.
He mentioned activists of his get together, together with the TRS and the CPI employees, would quickly lay siege to the Raj Bhavan in protest towards the insurance policies of the Modi authorities.