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Monday, 2 March 2015

CPI(M) adopts resolution on Bengal violence - AGARTALA

State Conference of CPI (M) in Tripura on Friday adopted a resolution on alleged atrocities perpetrated by the Trinamool Congress against Left parties in West Bengal. The resolution detailed incidents of murder, intimidation, gun attack, police harassment and all category crimes meted out against the rank and file of CPI (M) and other Left organisations.

“The delegates would pass the resolution tomorrow”, CPI(M) state secretary said

“Fascist attacks are taking place in Bengal since Trinamool Congress government was installed in 2011,” said West Bengal party secretary Biman Basu.

Mr Basu conceded that a sizeable number of party cadres remained inactive and the process to reactivate this lot was on the cards. He announced that the party would organise a mammoth rally in Kolkata on March 8 to mark the State conference.

Politburo member Brinda Karat advised state unit to pursue social media to draw youths into party fold.
In a brief speech she also felt need for expanding activities of party affiliates on tribal and physically challenged people. Efforts of these fronts are pulling more and more families towards CPI (M), she opined.

Source: The Hindu, 28th Feb 2015 

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