Left protests Centre’s ‘anti-people’ policies

Left protests Centre’s ‘anti-people’ policies

Members of Left parties protest in Amritsar on Wednesday. Tribune photo: Vishal Kumar

Bathinda, July 8

Six left-leaning organisations organised a rally in the Rose Garden area here and raised slogans against the Centre for its “anti-people” policies. The protesters also carried out a march and submitted a memorandum of demands to the SDM.

They expressed their concern over privatisation of government sector undertakings. CPI leader Mahipal Sathi said, “The proposed ordinances by the government will aggravate the agrarian crisis and the farming community will be pushed to the margins. The power Bill, aimed at favouring private players, must be taken back.” — TNS

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