There has been a systematic letting down of Dalits and Adivasis ever since Narendra Modi became the country's Prime Minister, CPI Leader D. Raja alleged.
Welcoming the Supreme Court verdict that the Lieutenant Governor (LG) could not interfere with the policy decisions of the AAP government, the Left parties today said the judgment once again showed that the rights of elected governments could not be usurped.
CPI claimed that the BJP government has nothing to show for its four years at the centre except "failures and rhetoric" and should be ousted from power.
Hailing the SC order on floor test in Karnataka as "historic", JD(S) and CPI leaders today said the BJP would not have the numbers to prove its majority in the Assembly.
The CPI asked the govt to seek an immediate review of the recent SC judgement diluting the stringent provisions mandating immediate arrest under the SC/ST Act.
The Left parties called the budget a "big jumla" (rhetoric) of the government which has elections on its mind.
Sharad Pawar, Sharad Yadav, D Raja, Hardik Patel, Omar Abdullah, Dinesh Trivedi and Sushilkumar Shinde met here today, ahead of the 'Save Constitution' march.
The CPI clarified that its leader D Raja had paid a visit to Justice J Chelameswar in his personal capacity and not as a representative of the party.
Parliament will meet again after a four-day break amid continued logjam. Both houses have witnessed repeated disruptions since the start of Winter Session of Parliament.