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    Chada Venkat Reddy, a CPI national executive member, criticized the BJP for its actions during the Lok Sabha elections. He accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of undermining democracy and the Indian Constitution. Reddy also mentioned that the Modi Government favored corporate houses by forgiving loans worth Rs 12 lakh crore, which he believed was a misuse of taxpayers’ money. He further claimed that the BJP failed to fulfill promises made to Telangana under the AP Reorganisation Act-2014.

    Reddy pointed out that despite not securing a majority on its own, the BJP managed to form a government with the support of other parties. He criticized the high number of MPs with criminal records in the parliament, including those in the Modi Cabinet. On a positive note, Reddy praised the INDIA Boc for gaining more seats in the recent Lok Sabha elections compared to previous ones.

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    The CPI, according to Reddy, played a significant role in supporting the Congress party in Telangana. He promised to protect the interests of the people in the state. Other leaders present at the political training class included CPI State Secretariat member Takkalapally Srinivas Rao, as well as senior leaders Nedunuri Jyothy, Karre Bikshapathi, and Adari Srinivas.

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