Hyderabad: The Communist Party of India on Wednesday claimed success in its campaign against black money and corruption, with the Jatha it has launched receiving good response from across the country and state.
In a statement, party state secretary K Narayana said that the Jathas were launched to create awareness on corruption and various scams under the tenure of United Progressive Alliance Government.
Stating that the party has launched seven jathas in the state, Mr Narayana said the party would convene meetings at Vijayawada on June 12, at Anantapur on June 13 and at Nizam College Grounds in Hyderabad on June 15.
The Hyderabad meeting would see CPI secretary general A B Bardhan, deputy secretary general Sudhakar Reddy, senior leaders D Raja and Gurudas Gupta would be expected to participate in the meeting, Mr Narayana said.
Responding to the appointment of Botsa Satyanarayana as Pradesh Congress Committee president, the CPI leader said this would not bring any respite to political uncertainty.
He demanded that the Centre make its stand clear on Telangana to clear the uncertainty in the state.
Mr Narayana also said that his party would vote in favour of the No Confidence Motion if the Speaker responds to the TDP’s notice.(INN)