Udayavni Special

NDA is national destruction alliance: Brinda Karat


PTI, Oct 27, 2020, 6:52 PM IST

Patna: Senior CPI-M leader Brinda Karat Tuesday termed the BJP-led NDA as the national destruction alliance and said that migrant workers from Bihar have been the worst victims of its policies.

Addressing a press conference here, Karat asserted that the opposition Grand Alliance in Bihar, which her party joined less than two months ago, is headed for a landslide win in the State assembly polls whose first phase is slated for Wednesday.

The public mood towards the ruling JD(U)-BJP alliance in the State is loud and clear bas ab aur nahin (we have had enough), she claimed.

The NDA should be called national destruction alliance one which has dealt a body blow to the peoples right to live with dignity and earn a living, Karat said referring to the crisis triggered by the nationwide lockdown clamped earlier this year to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

She charged the Nitish Kumar government in Bihar with being heartless when millions of people from the State rendered jobless and homeless in far-flung cities and towns of the country due to the lockdown, walked hundreds of miles or travelled thousands of kilometres with their families, hitching rides on trucks and cargo vehicles to return to their homes.

First, the government turned a deaf ear to their cries. Later, it fooled them with the promise of jobs on their home soil. Ultimately the poor have again been compelled to move out of their homes to keep body and soul together, she alleged.

The public response towards the Grand Alliance suggests we are headed for a huge win. Their sentiment is loud and clear bas ab aur nahin. They are not going to be swayed by the attempts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to divert public discourse, the CPI(M) Politburo member said.

We are looking forward to the Bihar assembly poll results, which will not just be a victory for the Left, including CPI(M), but will usher in an era of alternative politics in which policies will be framed keeping in mind the welfare of the common people, she added.

Headed by Lalu Prasad’s RJD, the Grand Alliance includes the CPI(M), Congress, the CPI and the CPI(ML).

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

K’taka COVID-19 update: 1330 new cases, 886 discharges, 14 deaths on Nov 30

Indian Navy successfully test-fires naval version of BrahMos missile

Rotary members organise inter-State bike ride; aim to raise Rs 3cr for COVID-19 vaccine fund

Cyclone likely to hit Tamil Nadu on December 4, warns IMD; second time in a week

NCP leader Rekha Bhausaheb Jare dies after throat slit in road rage incident

Ill-informed, unwarranted’: India condemns Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s comments on farmers’ protest

Chennai volunteer’s illness not due to COVISHIELD vaccine dose, clarifies SII



Related Articles More

Indian Navy successfully test-fires naval version of BrahMos missile

Eight Infants Die at Shahdol Hospital in Madhya Pradesh in 4 Days, Probe Ordered

Out to support agitating farmers, Shaheen Bagh’s Bilkis Dadi turned away from Singhu border

Govt proposes to form committee to look into farmers’ issues

Postal ballot for COVID-19 patients in Kerala civic body polls

MUST WATCH

Boat tragedy: Dead body of one fishermen found

Mangaluru: Six fishermen missing after boat overturns

Leaving Kannada language in the nameplate of Krishna Math : Severe objection by Kasapa

What is the importance of Ayurvedic medical system in treating diseases?

Success story of a couple In Agriculture | Integrated Farming

Latest Additions

Congress to oppose Love Jihad, anti-cow slaughter laws if introduced in Karnataka: Siddaramaiah

K’taka COVID-19 update: 1330 new cases, 886 discharges, 14 deaths on Nov 30

Indian Navy successfully test-fires naval version of BrahMos missile

Bagalkote: Mahalingapura councillor says she had miscarriage after being shoved by MLA Savadi

Eight Infants Die at Shahdol Hospital in Madhya Pradesh in 4 Days, Probe Ordered

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.