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Stop Sale of Air India
The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) issued the following statement to the Press:The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party India severely condemns the move of the Government of India, to disinvest and sell away the “AIR INDIA” on the name of losses. Air India is one of the jewels of public sector in the country. It is true that Air India is undergoing losses due to inefficiency of administration and sabotage leading to unfair competition with private sector. “If there is will there will be a way”. If the government is honestly interested to save Air India, there are possibilities. The NDA government is hell bent on destroying the public sector, without making any serious efforts to set right the things, in loss making public sector enterprises and industries.CPI demands that the government should appoint an expert committee to advice Air India to come out of losses, withdraw the decision of disinvestment and stop privatisation. CPI appeals to trade
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Hyderabad/New Delhi,20th June, 2017Communiqué Issued At The Press Meet Addressed By CPI General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy In Hyderabad On June 20, 2017 Briefing The Media On The Decisions Of The Just-Concluded Party National Council MeetingThe Communist Party of India will organise a three-day nationwide agitation programme on July 24, 25 and 26 before state and central government offices demanding setting up of a Rs 1 lakh crore agricultural prices stabilisation fund, land reforms and measures to solve the deepening agrarian crisis. The decision in this regard was taken by the three-day national council meeting which concluded in New Delhi on June 18, 2017. Party General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy presented a report on the recent economic and political developments which after a thorough discussion by the council members was adopted unanimously.  The meeting endorsed the decision of the party national executive to work for creating a broad platform of secular, democratic and le
CPI National Council Meeting Adopted 14 Resolutions
1.      Resolution on Agitation in Support of FarmersThe Communist Party of India supports the ongoing agitations of farmers in different states on the burning and pressing genuine demands of agrarian sectors, rural people.The CPI National Council calls upon its units throughout the country to launch a 3 days JAIL BHARO and other effective protest forms from 24 to 26th July, 2017 to demand: Implement Swaminathan Commission From One lakh crore price stabilization fund by Government of India Implement progressive land reforms and ensure of dismal land for house sites to houseless and occupation to patta holders. To bring down input cost important agri input like seed, fertiliser, pesticides, diesel etc must be kept out of GST. Loans from nationalized and cooperative banks and other lending agencies be brought under loan waiver schemes.Withdraw LAA 2014 amendments proposed by Modi government.
2. Resolution on Unprecedented Agrarian Crisis
The country is in the grip of an unprecedented agrarian crisis. Farmers all over the country are finding it unbearable and being unable to face the crisis they are on the streets in a ‘do or die’ mood. Though the continuing farm crisis can be attributed to the policy of neo-liberalism, the present worsened crisis is the creation of the RSS-BJP led Narendra Modi government which promised to waive of farmers’ loans during election campaigns but did nothing in this regard after coming to power. Instead they have been writing off the debts of corporate houses along with pumping in crores of rupees of concessions in various forms to corporate kitties.  Adding fuel to the fire, the government of India because of its policy of surrender to the US and WTO has allowed imports of the very same items for which we have bumper crops. For that they suspended the import duty. For example 30 lakh metric tonnes of wheat are imported denying the farmers the MSP and even forcing them to sell w



 
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