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CPI Expresses Deep Condolences
Communist Party of India general secretary S Sudhakar Reddy issued the following statement expressing deep condolences to the bereaved families of all those who died in the boat capsize tragedy in Krishna river in Andhra Pradesh:We note with great shock and indignation the loss of nineteen lives on November 12, 2017 in the man-made tragedy of capsizing of an overloaded boat in the Krishna River in Ibrahimpatnam near Andhra Pradesh’s Vijayawada. Many children and women died in the accident. Some families were washed off completely.The tourists on the boat were heading to witness the grand maha haarathi ritual at the Pavitra Sangamam. The boat belonged to a private company, River Boat Adventures, which had permission to operate only two small boats — a 2-seater and a 4-seater. The boat that sank did not have licence or permission. While the capacity of boat is 20 they overloaded with 38 tourists. And they were refused life jackets even after asking for them.This is not the first time
Red Salute to Working Class
The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued the following statement:The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India, warmly congratulates the working class for its mighty demonstrations at Delhi from 9th to 11th of November. The call for gherao the Parliament was given by ten Central Trade Unions including AITUC, CITU, INTUC, HMS and other organisations, except the BJP’s BMS. More than two lakh workers from different sectors of the industries, unorganised workers, scheme workers participated in the “Parliament Gherao” programme. In spite of sudden cold and high pollution, the workers bravely participated in the programme with anger and determination.The demands include defence of public sector, scraping of anti-labour amendments in Labour Law, curbing of price rise, employment, minimum wage, pensions, etc.The successful programme should open the eyes of the government, which is hell bent on implementing anti-people, anti-working class policies. The
Control Air Pollution Immediately
Com. S. Sudhakar Reddy, General Secretary, CPI has issued the following statement:The intense pollution with dense smog in the National Capital Region of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab and parts of Western Uttar Pradesh is a matter of serious concern. Air Quality Index (AQI) warns that it has gone from bad to worse. AQI should be 0-50 or can be moderately 50 to 100.  In Delhi it has long back crossed 500 level, causing serious problem of breathing for the people. Schools are closed. People with respiratory problems, heart diseases and children are the worst victims with suffocation.Air pollution is supposed to be from industries, emissions of vehicles and now with burning of paddy straw after the crop in Haryana and Punjab. All steps should be taken to control the pollution on war-footing.Prime Minister should take the initiative to call a meeting of chief ministers of the concerned states along with concerned central ministers and examine the possibilities of controlling pollution. Pollu
GST Rollback Aimed at Wooing Gujarat Voters: CPI
The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India issued the following statement on the GST Council decision to slash rates across the board:The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India while taking note of the GST Council decision on November 10, 2017 to slash rates across the board feels the timing of the trimming down clearly indicates that the exercise is being done eyeing the ensuing Gujarat assembly elections. Nothing else could have forced the RSS-BJP led Narendra Modi government and the adamant finance minister to resort to such a rollback.The so called feel-good package, which comes into effect from November 15, is unlikely to boost consumer demand, which also has been badly hit by demonetisation. If the prime minister thinks that he can go on hoodwinking people saying the changes are ‘people-inspired, people-friendly and people-centric,’ the party wants to just state here that it is too late and the damage has already been done.  Also the benefit wil

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