CPI to protest against Modi government on October 8; Farmers, workers to participate from across Maharashtra

CPI is going to organise a protest in Mumbai against the anti-farmer and anti-labour policies of the Narendra Modi government


Communist Party of India (CPI) will protest on October 8 against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government to hold the ruling party accountable on Rafale deal row and other issues pertaining to commoners. The Morcha will begin at 10:00 in the morning from Jijamata Garden in Byculla and will gather at Vidhan Bhawan in South Mumbai.

Ahead of upcoming Lok Sabha and Maharashtra Assembly elections, CPI called for a state-wide march in which farmers, labours, women groups and student organisations across Maharashtra will participate in the protest. 

CPI will carry out a protest in Mumbai against Maharashtra government and central government demanding the removal of BJP and to protect the dignity of the constitution. Almost, one lakh people across the state will participate in the protest,” CPI leader Prakash Reddy issued a statement.

Reddy said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, before coming to power, made several promises which his government has failed to fulfil. From providing two crore jobs and bringing back the black money to benefiting the farmers, Modi government has failed to stand by its promise and rather, this government is a threat to the constitution, Reddy further added. '

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Referring to the Rafale deal, CPI in its statement also said that Modi government policies favour the corporates and are against farmers and marginalised sections of the society.

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