CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury
lashed out at Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee
for her "frequent change of allies" for political benefit and
said it was amazed how she can term BJP and CPI-M as brothers.
CPI(M) today apprehended that the ruling Congress may
indulge in "horse-trading" to save the UPA government from a
likely fall in view of the cut motion being brought on the
Finance Bill by Opposition parties.
Charging that India was following a neoliberal agenda, CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury Friday said the economic policies in the country have created deep class divisions and could seriously threaten its existence.
Observing that it will take
another half a decade for the country to fully recover from
effects of economic slowdown, Sitaram
Yechury on Thursday said increased spending on infra sector
could help accelerate pace of growth.
Taking a dig at the Trinamool
leadership over sending of a Central team to West
Bengal, Yechury on Tuesday said they needed
to "brush up" their English as they found no difference
between the words "assist" and "assess".
on Monday rubbished Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee`s
charge that Maoists and Marxists were two sides of the same
coin and said she had no knowledge of communist movements
in the country.