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CPI to launch movements against price hikes

Bardhan speaks gives inaugural address at the 20th National Conference

Hyderabad, March 23, 2008

The Communist Party of India (CPI) has announced its decision to launch militant movements across the country to mount pressurize the Central Government to the check them. The CPI general secretary AB Bardhan lamented that the common man was groaning under soaring prices of all essential commodities. He said the same while delivering the inaugural address at the party's 20th National Conference here on Sunday.

He recalled that the CPI had demanded ban on forward trading of essentials and slash in excise duty on crude instead of raising petroleum prices. He added that the farmers were caught in a pair of scissors with rising costs of inputs and none non remunerative prices for their produce. Revolutionary Socialist Party secretary TJ Chandrachoodan said though the Left parties had some ground for satisfaction for forcing the government, they had, however not succeeded in fully preventing the government from pushing neo-liberal and pro capitalist economic policies.

The All India Forward Block general secretary D Biswas said that the country's political scenario was at the cross roads throwing a challenge to the Left Parties to end capitalist polarization and this could not be achieved unless all Left Parties unite to form the people's alternative. CPI National secretariat member S Sudhakar Reddy presided over the inaugural session. D Raja, senior leader welcomed the participants who included representatives from the delegates from 26 countries.

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