Reacting to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Day speech, the Left events on Saturday mentioned it was filled with rhetoric whereas alleging that his “New India” is subservient to corporates and never self-reliant.
Urging the residents of the nation to unite in opposition to the federal government’s transfer to privatise India’s belongings, the Left events mentioned solely a individuals’s motion can struggle the current regime.
“The New India that the prime minister spoke about in his speech at the Red Fort is a negation of that India, which was established by our Constitution. This India is not self-reliant, but subservient to foreign corporates. A people’s movement is the only way to reverse the multi-pronged attacks on our Constitution by this government,” CPI(M) basic secretary Sitaram Yechury mentioned at a webinar organised by the get together.
PM Modi addressed the nation on the event of its 74th Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort on Saturday and requested the residents of the nation to organize themselves for a self-reliant India.
CPI basic secretary D Raja alleged that not like former prime ministers, who’re remembered for his or her developmental agendas, PM Modi will probably be remembered as a chief minister who served the aim of corporates.
“His speech today was full of rhetoric. He repeatedly said Aatmanirbhar Bharat, which is an irony given the fact that our entire economy has been handed over to private players. Be it the defence sector, railways, atomic energy or even AI and more are being given for privatisation.
“He failed to handle the problems of unemployment and poverty however talked about Ayodhya, which uncovered him utterly. He will probably be remembered as a chief minister who served the aim of corporates,” he said.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who also spoke at the webinar, said the social fabric of the nation, which is alien to communalism, is under attack.
“The classes learnt from the liberty motion, which taught us to struggle shoulder to shoulder forgetting caste, faith and financial standing, must be bolstered for holding us collectively as a nation and combating in opposition to financial and social inequalities,” the CPI(M) chief mentioned.