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‘CPI will continue to oppose anti-people policies’

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CPI district secretary ML Narayana has reiterated that the CPI will continue its fight against the ‘anti-people’ policies of the governments and stand by people to protect their rights. The CPI leaders organised the 98th Foundation Day of the CPI here on Monday. The party flags were hoisted at various places by the leaders. CPI district secretary ML Narayana hoisted the flag at the CPI office in the city.

Addressing the gathering on the occasion, ML Narayana said that the CPI was floated on December 26, 1925, in Kanpur. The CPI leaders played a significant role in the freedom struggle and also fought for the abolition of the Zamindari and Jagirdari systems during British rule.

“The CPI has fought for the abolition of zamindari and jagirdari systems, for the formation of linguistic states, for social justice and for the upliftment of the weaker sections,” he recalled.

ML Narayana said the CPI fought against the feudal system without fearing the confinements and prohibition of agitations.

The CPI carried out a historical land struggle and distributed lakhs of acres of land to the landless poor, he claimed. The CPI always stands by the farmers and protects their rights. CPI city secretary PVR Chowdary alleged that the State and Central governments had adopted anti-people and anti-labour policies. The Central government had amended 44 Labour Laws and brought four labour codes which deprive the rights of the labour class.

The Centre is selling public sector units to private institutions at a cheaper price, he blamed. The CPI leader called on people to carry out a united struggle to prevent privatizing the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. He urged people to extend support to the CPI in its fight against the anti-people policies. CPI leader Karumudi Nageswara Rao, Nune Mohan Rao and Kandukuri Subash Naidu were among those who were present.

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