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BJP can't be an altertive to Cong: Manik Sarkar

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  16 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Tripura CM at mass rally organized as part of CPI (M) state conference at Tezpur


TEZPUR, March 15: Senior CPI (M) leader and Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar today said that BJP cannot be an altertive to Congress.

Addressing a public rally, organized as a part 21st State conference of CPI (M) here at Collegiate ground today, Sarkar said, “BJP is not an altertive to Congress and Congress is not an altertive to BJP. Only the left democratic alliance is an altertive to these two anti-poor parties.”

The senior CPI (M) leader said that the state party conference has been held in a crucial period when Congress is losing its political ground while the BJP is trying to expand its bases in the state as well as in the tion.

Sarkar said that some of the political parties are trying to play politics in the state in the me of religion.

Launching a scathing attack on BJP led NDA government in the Centre, he said that the present government has adopted policies in favour of the corporate houses depriving the poor people .

He further added that the Congress had already scratched the tion by adopting anti-poor policies and now the BJP has also added fuel to spoil the condition of the poor people as well as the economy of the country.

He appealed to the people to root out these political parties by strengthening the left democratic alliance as only this alliance can do justice to the people by adopting people friendly policies.

Regarding land bill he said that when the UPA government brought the bill on which CPIM put forward 200 amendments out of which only 75 amendments were accepted but now the NDA government in the centre tabled the bill in the parliament with more amendments of the earlier bill which are anti-farmer.

“The NDA government in the Centre adopted anti-labour policies by allowing FDI in most of the sectors which will push the economy of the tion to the hand of the foreign countries,” said S R Pillai, All India General Secretary of CITU.

Coming down heavily on Congress and BJP for adopting anti-labour policies, he said, “The interest of the working class has been kept aside to benefit the corporate houses by allowing FDI in banking, insurance and transport sector including railway”.

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