CPM Leaders begin work on ending factionalism

The CPM leaders, assigned with the task of dealing with issues related to factionalism and gathering of opinions on division of Area Committees in Ernakulam, have started on their jobs.

Published: 22nd October 2013 11:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd October 2013 11:48 AM   |  A+A-

The CPM leaders, assigned with the task of dealing with issues related to factionalism and gathering of opinions on division of Area Committees in Ernakulam, have started on their jobs.

Six senior leaders in the district were assigned the task following a District Committee meeting held in the presence of senior leaders Kodiyeri Balakrishnan and Anathalavattom Anandan.

“The leaders - C M Dinesh Mani, K N Sudhakaran, C N Mohanan, Semandabhadran, P R Muraleedharan and K J Jacob - have been given the responsibility. They can visit the Area Committee together or as small groups. They have already started visiting the area committees,” sources said.

It’s learnt that the team of leaders will try to solve the issues related to factionalism in six Area Committees - Moovattupuzha, Kolencherry, Paravur, Mulanthuruthy, Tripunithura and Koothattukulam.

“The state leaders have issued strict warning that the factionalism related issues should be solved soon, as the 2014 polls are fast approaching. The Ernakulam District Committee has a major role to play regarding Lok Sabha polls in Kottayam, Ernakulam and Chalakkudy constituencies,” sources said.

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