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CPI(M) asks its Kerala leaders not to go public

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has asked its senior leaders in Kerala, including V.S. Achuthanandan, not to air their views in public on the issue of political killings in the State.

The directive came at the two-day meeting of the party’s central committee, which concluded here on Sunday.

Apart from the state of the economy, the meeting discussed the political situation in Kerala and alleged that there was a concerted campaign to blame the party for the May 4 murder of T.P. Chandrasekharan, who had broken away from the CPI(M) and formed the Revolutionary Marxist Party.

“The Polit Bureau has also asked Mr. Achutanandan and other leaders not to make any public statement or air their views on the matter,” general secretary Prakash Karat told journalists here.

“The central committee has asked the State committee to discuss the issues that rose in the past one month. Polit Bureau members will also attend the meeting. The Polit Bureau will then come to some conclusion.”

In a statement, the CPI(M) alleged that the Congress-led United Democratic Front government had unleashed a concerted campaign against it.

It urged the party members to face this campaign unitedly and mobilise people to ‘foil the bid to defame the party.’

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