- The PP also said that Congress could not be replaced in the electoral agreement.
- At the same time, the Politburo said that Congress was failing in its fight against communalism.
- The CPM does not support an opposition coalition to replace Congress
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A major Politburo meeting is being held in Delhi to formulate a strategy to fight the BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. This will be the first direct meeting after Kovid. The draft political resolution to be presented at the party congress to be held in Kannur next year will be discussed and prepared.
The PP also said that Congress could not be replaced in the electoral agreement. At the same time, the Politburo said that Congress was failing in its fight against communalism.
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The CPM does not support an opposition coalition to replace Congress. The CPM is of the opinion that confronting the BJP, which has become the only party of the ruling class, will help the BJP. Therefore, even if there is no political alliance with Congress, in places other than Kerala, elections can be a movement or a cooperation. Therefore, the CPM will not collaborate with the Third Front, which has excluded Congress.
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The political resolution will be presented and finalized at the three-day meeting of the Central Committee on the 22nd. Apart from this, the general political situation, the agitation of farmers and the murder of farmers in Lakhimpur will also be discussed at the meeting.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Kodiyeri Balakrishnan arrived in Delhi yesterday to attend a politburo meeting.