Bhoo poratam with new vigour: CPI

Staff Reporter

Releases a list of agitation and public mobilisation programmes covering next three months

Party to launch offensive against the State Government

Leaders plan a visit to all irrigation projects in the State

TIRUPATI: Brimming with confidence a day after the successful conduct of the five-day state convention, the Communist Party of India (CPI) has decided to get into action mode and has released a vast list of agitation and public mobilisation programmes that will keep its cadre busy for the next three months.

After getting re-elected to head the party’s state unit as its secretary, K. Narayana, who hails from Tirupati, has announced that the party would go on the offensive by launching a tirade against the State Government.

The party leaders have planned a visit to all irrigation projects in the State, including those under various stages of construction and the ones in the conceptual stage, between January 6 and 10. “This will help us get first hand information on the deviations in design, loopholes in execution and shortcomings in rehabilitation packages, if any”, he announced at a media conference here on Monday. Similarly, during Jan 20-30, the party would aggressively re-launch the ‘Bhoo Poratam’ seeking house sites for the poor and agricultural lands for the farm labourers.

As a prelude to the party’s national convention to be held at Hyderabad in March, the state unit would depute teams of activists to meet one crore families in the State during Feb 1-10 to take the party ideology and activities across to the public and as well mobilise resources for the meet.

Publicity motorcades (prachara jathas) would be taken out during Feb 15 – 28 to highlight the party’s stand vis-À-vis the scores of boiling issues.

Similar ‘jathas’ would take off simultaneously from four major cities on March 10 to reach the capital on 23rd for the national convention.

Telangana issue

. On the raging Telangana issue, he said that the party had already explained its stand to the Pranab Mukherjee panel and had asked it to take suitable action in deference to the public sentiment.

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