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Kanam under fire for 'weakening Left unity'

CPI secretary Kanam Rajendran was trying to weaken the ‘Left unity’ by garlanding those who were expelled from the CPM.

Published: 31st July 2016 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st July 2016 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The Ernakulam district committee of the CPM on Saturday alleged that CPI secretary Kanam Rajendran was trying to weaken the ‘Left unity’ by garlanding those who were expelled from the CPM for anti-party activities. 

“Action was initiated against Raghuvaran, former activist of the CPM, for signing an agreement against the interests of labourers and for humiliating the widow of a martyr.

Martyr Vidyadharn’s wife had complained to the party that certain activities of Raghuvaran and his supporters had ‘crossed all limits.’ Time will prove whom Kanam is trying to strengthen by supporting such persons,” stated CPM Ernakulam district secretary P Rajeev in a press release.

“V O John was expelled from the party for leaking confidential information to media. If Kanam could save the Communist party by bringing together traitors, let him go ahead.

“The CPI has become a landing pad for those expelled from the CPM. By carrying out a campaign against the CPM, the CPI is trying to destroy the Left unity in Ernakulam district,” added Rajeev.



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