CPI(M) activists on Tuesday staged protests in a number of districts of Jammu and Kashmir as a part of a nation-wide name to oppose the federal government’s “devastating policies, which have resulted in mass miseries, massive unemployment and huge sufferings for the people.” They additionally demanded roll again of domicile legal guidelines.
A CPI(M) spokesman mentioned the protesters have been sporting masks whereas carrying placards and shouting slogans.
Addressing the protesters, the CPI(M) leaders mentioned, “At least an additional 150 million people have been rendered jobless due to the ill-planned lockdown announced by the Modi government in March.”
The protesters demanded money switch of ₹7,500 monthly for six months to all of the households outdoors the revenue tax paying bracket and free distribution of 10 kg meals grains per particular person monthly for six months.
The different calls for included extending employment assure schemes to the city poor, fast announcement of unemployment allowance, stopping privatisation of the general public sector and stopping the scrapping of labour legal guidelines, a CPI(M) spokesman mentioned.
The occasion additionally demanded restoration of 4G Internet companies in Jammu and Kashmir and roll again of domicile legal guidelines, the spokesman mentioned.