CPI national secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy accused the Union Government of pursuing the anti-people, anti-worker and anti-farmers policies to please the corporate.
Addressing a meeting of the employees of central banks here on Saturday at RTC Kalyana Mandapam on Saturday, Suravaram said that the Narendra Modi government was pursuing economic policies that favour the developed nations and this would result in increase in unemployment in the country. He questioned the silence of the NDA government over the revelations of Panama Papers and bringing black money from foreign banks. “Modi government did not make any attempts to bring back the black money and it failed to act against those whose names figured in Panama document," Suravaram questioned.
The CPI leader said that the country was going through tough times with a wrecked economy and sluggish growth. He said various trade unions and Left parties would organize a country wide bandh on September 2 to protest the anti-people policies of the Union government. CPI leader was also critical of the working style of the TRS government in Telangana.