Vijayawada, Oct 7: CPI (ML) Liberation National General Secretary Deepankar Bhattacharya said it would vehemently oppose the Indo-US nuclear deal.
Addressing a press conference here, he said the CPI(ML) would oppose India's stategic partnership with the US as it would not resolve the energy crises in the country.
Stating that the pro American policies of the government was damaging the sovereignty of the country, he alleged that the Manmohan Singh government at the centre was a government of national betrayal as it came to power on 'Aam Adami' slogan but proved to be commited to Ambanis. It also should be ashamed of being partner of America.
The centre could not check terrorist activities in the country, he charged and said terrorism in the country was mainly due to suppression of democracy with people not being allowed to express their aspirations.
Mr Bhattacharya alleged that the government was targetting the muslim community and was bent upon demonisation of Islam.
He said the third National Agricultural Labour Association Conference would be held for two days from September seven at Balia in Uttar Pradesh where the CPI(ML) would take up issues like completion of land reforms, provision of subsidised food grains for every BPL families, providing 50 kg of foodgrains per month at Rs two per kg and doubling of provisions of NREGS which envisages 200 days employment per year and Rs 200 daily minimum wages.