Bhopal: NSA (National Security Advisor) Ajit Doval should be removed from his post. His son has a company that has partners from Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, said CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Wednesday. Talking on situation in Kerala, Yechury said that the BJP and the RSS are trying to turn Kerala into Ayodhya of south India by polarisation but CPI (M) will not let them succeed in their plans.
“The Supreme Court gave verdict in Sabarimala case allowing women in the temple. The state government is making arrangements according to court’s order and PM says government is not respecting people’s sentiment. PM is instigating people to disobey court’s order, he should be tried for contempt of court,” said Yechury.
Book cases in firing incident during April 2 protests Yechury met CM Kamal Nath and demanded to constitute ‘Commission for waiving loans’ on lines of Kerala. Ex-MP Subhashini Ali, state secretary Jaswinder Singh and others were part of his delegation. The delegation demanded cases be lodged against people who were seen firing from gun in widely circulated video during April 2 protests that saw seven people dead. Subhashini Ali demanded that people died during protest then should be given rupees one crore compensation- the way it was provided in Mandsaur to families of farmers. They also demanded to revise syllabus and stop saffronisation of education.