CPI National Council meet to lay out roadmap

HYDERABAD: The CPI on Wednesday kicked off its National Council meeting here during which the party\'s road map for the future would be laid out. "The National Council will approve t

Published: 05th January 2012 03:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:08 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The CPI on Wednesday kicked off its National Council meeting here during which the party's road map for the future would be laid out.

"The National Council will approve the political resolution that we are going to adopt at the 21st Congress of our party. That political resolution will lay down the political tactics, the political line that we will be following in the coming period," CPI general secretary AB Bardhan said in his inaugural address.

"The coming period is going to be very eventful. We will be having our Parliamentary election in 2014. Therefore, the political line that we are going to lay down, will be the line that we would be following during the Parliamentary elections," he said. The 21st Congress of the party will be held in Patna from March 27 to March 31. CPI national secretary D Raja said that his party would try to evolve an alternative to Congress and BJP led coalitions. "We do not agree with the idea that some people are trying to float. Even LK Advani had talked about bipolarity in Indian politics. We do not agree with this," he said.

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