Stating that CPI did not born for votes and seats for political benefits, CPI National General Secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy today said that his party has come into existence by persistent stirs, struggles for peoples’ cause. As long as the looting system prevails in the country the CPI will continue to fight for human rights and social justice he said while addressing a program held at Press Club to mark 91stfoundation day of the party. The CPI born on Dec 26 in 1925 in Kanpur and surpassed many obstacles in the long run to construct a party for the cause of people he said. Earlier a rally was taken up from Satyanarayana Reddy Bhavan to Basheerbagh Press Club.
Speaking on the occasion he exhorted the left parties to come together to wage a protracted stirs and fights against the anti people policies of the governments at the state and the Centre. He expressed concern and displeasure at the comments of RSS, BJP and Sangh Parivar, which did not fight for Independence struggle, for stating that Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel as union Home Minister liberated Telangana from the clutches of King Nizam.
He attributed the liberation of Telangana to armed struggle in which thousands of left party workers sacrificed their lives. Refusing the comments that the CPI on death bed Sudhakar Reddy said that the party did not come up for votes and seats. He called upon the democratic, secular and like minded parties and the left to wage combined fight against the burgeous and fascist parties. Our aim is to achieve to vie for the rights of workers, labourers and equal justice he added. Former MP Aziz Pasha and party state secretary Chada Venkat Reddy also spoke. (NSS)