PMModi serving corporates’ interest, common man left in lurch: CPI

Guntur (AP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi is serving the interests of corporates and various international business deals are being sealed at their behest, the Communist Party of India leader Shameem Faizee said here today.

On the opening day of the party’s national council conclave, CPI’s national council secretary Faizee said, “Modi is behaving like a hawker of corporates.

Helicopter deal with Russia, coal mines deal with Australia etc. were made only for Anil Ambani.” ‘PM Modi serving corporates’ interest’,

“To hide this and to divert attention of people, the Modi government and Sangh parivar are issuing wrong statements and all ministers are making provocative statements,” he said while addressing reporters.

He said the NDA government behaved in “very irresponsible manner” when Dalit infants were killed in Faridabad. “Modi government has added to the burdens of the common people with the price hike and is not bothering about them,” he alleged.

Faizee said these issues will be discussed during the three-day conclave that is being held at Kothapet here.

“Modi’s 15-month rule is a disaster and elections in five states will prove that. Modi is saying that he will end the issue of black money, but nothing has happened on this front,” he said, adding that his party does not consider the BJP as their electoral rival.

Earlier in the day, Party national secretary Suravaram Sudhakarareddy inaugurated the meeting by hoisting the party flag at the CPI office here, and a rally was organised in the afternoon.