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CPM keen on taking Bhu poratam from State level to National level

Says will mobilize support from all forces

Hyderabad, July 25, 2007

The Bhu poratam from Left parties, the CPM General Secretary Prakash Karat on Wednesday said that the programme would be taken up at National level by mobilizing the support of all forces. Speaking at a meeting after expressing solidarity with the indefinite fast by the CPM and CPI leaders B Raghavulu and K Narayana respectively and others at Indira Park that entered the fourth day, Karat said that the Congress who promised to distribute lands and house sites to the poor before coming to power failed to implement its promise.

He commented that the State Government is using police force to curb the agitation and sending thousands of people including women and children to jail, he cautioned such acts will not stop the movement. He added that when the Chief Minister, Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy who called on him in New Delhi to discuss the land related issues, Karat requested him to hold talks with State leaders of the Left parties and find a way to settle the demands. However, the talks wee not fruitful and the State Government did not cooperate during the discussions.

He commented that if the Chief Minister is very sincere about fulfilling his commitment, he should take concrete steps to implement the promises. The Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu and other Telugu Desam party leaders called on the fasting leaders and extended their support to the agitation.

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