CPI on Tuesday attacked the government for considering hiking natural gas prices, LPG, sugar and public service charges.
Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen on Sunday urged Left parties to fight for eradication of the practice of open defecation and open toilets, in addition to focussing on food security and LPG price hike.
Criticising the hike in price of non-subsidised cooking gas, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Thursday said the decision will hit hard the common man.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday asked all political parties to build pressure for roll back of hike in price of non-subsidised cooking gas.
CPI(M) in Kerala on Sunday warned of a state-wide stir if the Centre failed to rollback prices of petroleum products and fix the LPG cylinder quota at least to 12 per family in a year.
Congress on Saturday said it was not the intent of the government to burden the common man and blamed circumstances for the step.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday dubbed the LPG price hike by Rs 11.42 per cylinder as `very bad, very sad`.
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