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‘Not Everyone...But The Bad Eggs In The Party Will Be Removed’

CPI(M) general secretary on factionalism in its Kerala unit and cracks in its Bengal citadel

‘Not Everyone...But The Bad Eggs In The Party Will Be Removed’
Narendra Bisht
‘Not Everyone...But The Bad Eggs In The Party Will Be Removed’
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CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat is a troubled man. After a disastrous election, the party has been stricken by factionalism in its Kerala unit and cracks in its Bengal citadel. Excerpts from an interview with Smita Gupta:

Kerala CM V.S. Achuthanandan is dropped from the politburo, but no action against scam-accused state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan. It looks as if the CPI(M) ‘benefited’ from the deal.

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