Centre protecting interests of the corporates: CPI (M).
Damaging policies will deteriorate the farming sector, states Tammineni Veerabhadram.
CPI (M) State secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram dealing with farmers at a human chain event at Grain Market in Khammam on Wednesday.|Picture Credit:
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Destructive policies will compromise the farming sector, says Tammineni Veerabhadram.
The BJP dispensation at the Centre is bent upon securing the interests of the big business entities as is evident from its “callous indifference” towards the farmers’ unrelenting agitation demanding the repeal of farm laws on the borders of New Delhi, said the CPI (M) State secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram.
Braving the serious cold wave conditions, countless farmers are continuing the agitation on the periphery of the nationwide capital with unwavering willpower demanding the roll-back of the three farm laws, he stated, alleging that the BJP program stayed determined. He was attending to an event of farmers, farming labourers and the celebration cadres after taking part in a human chain at the grain market here on Wednesday.
The CPI (M) three town committee arranged the human chain expressing uniformity with the farmers opposing against the farm laws near New Delhi. “The BJP regime is hell bent on handing over the farm sector to the huge corporate business to enable them exploit farmers and thrive. The ruling dispensation’s anti-farmer policies are aimed at enabling big business firms to monopolise the farm sector,” he charged, alleging that these destructive policies will weaken the farming sector, the foundation of the country’s economy, and deepen the agrarian crisis.
Khammam Farming Market Committee chairman M Venkataramana, the CPI (M) district secretary N Nageswara Rao, the representatives of the Khammam chamber of commerce and others existed.
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