CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member Sitaram Yechury did hectic campaign in Coimbatore, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Trichy, Dindigal, Madurai and Kanyakumari Parliamentary counstituencies.
Starting his campaign, from Coimbatore for the CPI(M) Candidate P.R.Natarajan he accused the long led UPA of not implementing pro-people schemes instead followed policies which led to unemployment, agrarian crisis, price rise, industrial slowdown.
Addressing huge gathering in Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam in support of AIADMK&CPI candidates respectively he reitrated that it who only because of the presure of left parties the UPA came out with NREGA scheme and various other pro-people policies.
Braving scorching Sun, thousands gathered in Trichy to hear the speech of Com Yechury in which he said that the directionless foriegn policy that made Sri Lankan Tamils issue a volatile situation. He said the new 3rd Front Govt. to be formed at the centre after the elections would take a logical stand to end the crisis.
Addressing a messive public meeting in Dindigul, in support of AIADMK candidate it was the anti people policies of UPA Govt and the erstwhile central Govt.s that has made Indian Women anaemic and to birth of malnourished children still today. He came down heavily on the corrupt UPA Govt which did not spend on public sectors and said this situation will reversed after the election.
Campaigning for CPI(M) candidate P.Mohan in mammoth meeting in Madurai he lambasted the DMK of using money and all power to defeat the CPI(M) but he expressed confidence over Madurai voters that the evil designs will be thwarted.
He alleged that there were two Indias today ,one a shining India in which there are people who are crorepathis who coustructs houses valued upto Rs. 400 crore but a dark India where the people are unable to get wages of Rs.80 a day.
He also said that today even developed country like Japan do not have billionaires as that of India. He also added that today people in India want a change from their grief.
He them addressed a huge rally at Kulasekaram in Kanyakumari counstituency for CPI(M) candidate A.V.Bellarmine.