The barking of the CPM falls on deaf ears

via HK Correspondent published on April 15, 2006

New Delhi : The barking of the communists has again fell on the UPA’s deaf ears, as the government is moving ahead with an investment of Rs, 10,000 crore of the postal funds in the stock exchange.


 


As usual, the CPM which wanted to pretend as a big brother, has come out with its, rhetoric of threatening the UPA government which the communists cannot afford to fall. And yet they said the Manmohan Singh government might ‘invite trouble’.


 


For the communists investing the postal funds in the stock exchange is ‘anti-people’. The government, they warned, ‘will have to pay a heavy price for its acts for omission  and commission if it doesn’t mind its ways’.


 


The Department of Posts, for better returns would invest Rs. 10,000 crore from its life insurance schemes in the stock market.

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