Tirupati: Communist Party of India (CPI) National General Secretary Dr K Narayana on Monday expressed shock over reported the statement of Meghalaya governor Satyapal Malik on Sunday that some local RSS leader sought to bribe him Rs 300 crore for approving two files of corporate groups.
In a statement, Narayana demanded that the Supreme Court should register a suo moto case and order a CBI probe into the corrupt deeds of RSS leaders of Meghalaya.
He also demanded the BJP which boasted of a corruption free regime to give serious response to the open remarks of a state Governor, and suspected such happenings on a large scale in the sensitive Jammu and Kashmir region.
The CPI leader said that in the past many RSS leaders at Hyderabad were engaged in job rackets and he had enough evidence of those scams which he would place in public domain if proper enquiry was assured.
Narayana also condemned the Andhra Pradesh (AP) opposition leader and former Chief minister Chandrababu Naidu appeal to President of India for dismissing YS Jaganmohan Reddy government u/s 356 of constitution for disruption of law and order in the state.
Use of the Article 356 would be a violation of the spirit of federal structure of Indian democracy and appealed to the president of India to not be carried away by such demands, he said.
He said the continued political hostilities between the ruling and opposition parties since last elections had led to the current tense situation but it did not warrant dismissal of the democratically elected government.
He also condemned the spectator role of AP police in supporting the ruling party attacks on opposition TDP offices and persons.
The YSRCP deeds are also condemnable as it is intolerant of opposition criticism and it’s workers and leaders resorted to vandalism and violence on properties and persons of opposition parties.