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    Hyderabad: The CPI(M) would propel with force ‘Jana Chaitanya Yatra‘ in Telangana on March 17, During this yatra, the CPI(M) to high spot the undemocratic policies of the BJP government at the Centre and the way of doing something of inciting sectarianism.

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    CPI(M) applying to most members of a category secretarial assistant Sitaram Yechury would propel with force the Jana Chaitanya Yatra from Warangal, whereas, the political party Politburo Member BV Raghavulu would propel with force the Yatra from Adilabad and former MP A Vijayaraghavan would set out the third Yatra in Nizamabad on March 24.

    Disclosing this to media persons here on Friday, political party State Secretary Tammineni Veerabhadram said the aim of the yatra was to bring into existence awareness among about how the Modi government at the Centre was destroying the system.

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