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Congress Legislative Party asks CPI(M) not to stall Assembly Proceedings

CLP affirmed that Government is committed for housing to the poor

Hyderabad, August 4, 2007

The Congress Legislative Party (CLP) on Saturday asked the CPI(M) not to stall the Government's massive housing programmes with ulterior motives. In a separate statements, the Government Chief Whip N Kiran Kumar Reddy and whips S Udaya Bhanu and D Sridhar Babu and MLCs M B Vikramarka and G Rudraraju said that the State Unit of the CPI(M) was working with TDP to bring back TDP to power.

In the statement said that the Left Parties had no need to wage a struggle in the State as the government itself had come forward to provide housing for the poor on a massive scale. The Chief Minister would be distributing 20,000 pattas for houses in Nellore district on Sunday. The statement further said that the District Collectors have been directed to identify the eligible beneficiaries long back and work was on.

They said the CLP was consistently exposing the true plan of CPI(M). The fact that latter's MLA T Veerabhadram choose to keep TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu's company to Seetharam Yeechury's when both in Khammam in last week proved their allegation, they added.

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Congress Legislative Party asks CPI(M) not to stall Assembly Proceedings
CLP affirmed that Government is committed for housing to the poor

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