Communist Party of India (CPI) state secretary V J K Nair said that authoritarian forces in the country were growing rampantly thus becoming a potential threat to social fabric. “There was a need to collectively fight these forces.”
Nair was speaking at a seminar organised at a private hotel recently. He said that India needed a revolution and this could only happen if farmers and working class join hands. “They should act as one force and their unity could lead to a revolution in the country,” he said.
The prime intention of the revolution, Nair added, was to oust the authoritarian regime and give more power to the working class.
Akhila Bharata Janavedike state convenor Dr V Lakshminarayan, Jagannath, K Basavaraju and Vijay Kumar were present.