CPI (M) opens front against Centre, marches to Raj Bhavan

Ranchi: CPI (M) organized Kerala Solidarity Day in Jharkhand on Thursday against the economic blockade of opposition states by the central government, misuse of central agencies and anti-constitutional role of governors in opposition ruled states by ignoring the federal character of the country.

By organizing a Raj Bhavan march in the capital Ranchi, they protested against the economic blockade against the Kerala government and the anti-constitutional role of the Governor there. Demanded the President to intervene in this matter. Memorandum submitted to Raj Bhavan in the name of the President. The protest meeting organized at Raj Bhavan was presided over by party’s state committee member Suresh Munda.

Addressing the gathering, party’s state secretary Prakash Viplav said that the Modi government at the Center is misusing the governors by keeping the Constitution aside as part of a conspiracy to implement the agenda of opposition-free India.

The latest example of this can be seen in the shameful role of the Governor of Kerala. They are sitting idle on the public interest bills passed by the State Assembly and they are not being sent to the President. The Supreme Court has also made a serious comment against this, noting his anti-democratic attitude.

Party’s district secretaries Sukhnath Lohra, Suphal Mahato, Subhash Hembram, Prafulla Linda, CPI’s Ajay Singh and CPI (ML)’s Vinod Lahri also addressed the meeting. Before this, CPI (M) workers took out a procession from Shaheed Chowk and reached Raj Bhavan raising slogans.

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