New Delhi, Nov 5 (UNI) In line with their country-wide campaign on a ''charter of demands'' which began on November 1, the activists of Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) would converge in Delhi on November 28 to take out a march to Parliament opposing the economic policy of the government.
The activists would be demanding scrapping of the Indo-US civil nuclear deal, stopping the entry of MNCs, FDI and corporates in retail trade, implementation of land reforms and other pro-people statues for inclusive development.
The 18-point charter of demands, reflecting the political ideaology of the party, was being used to mobilise the people for the proposed march in the national capital, said CPI(ML) secretary K N Ramachandran in a statement here today.
The charter also presents a high-pitched commentary not only on the ruling UPA coalition partners but also other political parties which believe in election system of the Indian State and its power-sharing mechanism in the often repeated ultra-Left jargon of naxalites.
The capitalist and imperialistic policies by the successive governments at the Centre have pauperised the ruralites, led to increased unemployment and demeaning of the society and culture of the country.
The demands include scrapping of Special Economic Zones (SEZs), control of speculative capital, stopping of contract agriculture and doing away with increasing atrocities on dalits and downtrodden.