The Communist Party of India (CPI) is launching a campaign called “BJP Hatao Desh Bachao” in Secunderabad. The campaign aims to remove Prime Minister Narendra Modi from power, accusing him of not fulfilling his promises to the people of India. CPI leader Syed Aziz Pasha criticized Modi for failing to provide jobs to young people and for implementing the GST which led to the closure of companies. He also accused Modi of increasing the prices of essential items and distracting the public from important issues like unemployment and poverty by engaging in communal politics. Pasha claimed that Modi was benefiting his corporate friends by selling public properties. He also accused Modi of misusing intelligence agencies to silence opposition leaders and imprisoning intellectuals who questioned him. The CPI is launching this campaign to protect the country from the BJP’s fascist and communal agenda.