CPI(M) to launch campaign about divisive politics of BJP-RSS

By: | Published: December 15, 2017 3:03 PM

The CPI(M) has decided to launch a campaign in West Bengal to raise awareness about the dangers of the alleged divisive politics of the BJP-RSS in Left-ruled Tripura, where Assembly elections are due next year.

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The CPI(M) has decided to launch a campaign in West Bengal to raise awareness about the dangers of the alleged divisive politics of the BJP-RSS in Left-ruled Tripura, where Assembly elections are due next year. “The RSS-BJP and other divisive forces are trying to polarize the atmosphere of Tripura by pursuing the politics of religion, caste and creed. We need to play a constructive role against such politics,” CPI(M) state secretary and politburo member Surya Kanta Mishra said. According to a CPI(M) leader, the party’s West Bengal unit will organize a seminar here on December 28 where Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has been invited as the main speaker. The party will also organize other programmes to inform the people about the situation in Tripura.

A CPI(M) state committee member said, the people should know how the BJP and RSS were allegedly trying to divide the society on communal lines. Mocking the CPI(M) for trying to find an excuse as it will lose the next Assembly polls, a member of the West Bengal BJP unit said, “the people of Tripura are fed up with the misrule of the CPI(M).”

(More details are awaited.)

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