Monday, December 6, 2021

Communist Party of India Jamshedpur holds protest against inflation

Jamshedpur: The Communist Party of India protested at Sakchi Roundabout against rising inflation. During this, the Communist Party accused the central government of being the government of the capitalists. During the protest, the party workers protested the policies of the government with placards in their hands.

Ambuj Thakur, Assistant Secretary, Communist Party of India, Kolhan Division said that the common people of the country are moaning due to inflation. Family maintenance has also become difficult for the people. The Modi government is busy giving benefits to the capitalists. The condition of the industry is also pathetic. The government has become completely anti-people and anti-worker. The government is disinvesting government companies under the conspiracy. Petrol and diesel prices are skyrocketing. The situation is that mustard oil has also reached close to Rs 200.

The public expected that inflation would come down if Modi became the Prime Minister. Unemployed youth will get employment and black money from the country will also come back. But all this is now proving to be an election gimmick. He said that the Communist Party of India will be forced to launch a mass movement if the central government does not bring down the inflation and take back the increased prices of petrol and diesel.

He said that the Communist Party of India has now decided to take to the road against the exploitation and inflation of the people of the country. On this occasion, CPI District Secretary Shashi Kumar, Assistant Secretary Ambuj Kumar Thakur, Local Council Secretary Jaishankar Prasad, Branch Secretaries Satyendra Singh, S Vishwakarma, Ramanuj Upadhyay, Rajiv Kumar, Deepak, Pramod Prasad and Gamharia CPI branch minister Lalmani Prajapati besides district student leaders Vikram Kumar, Prem Singh and labor leader Swapan Ghoshal were present along with others.

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