CPM Draft Report to Include P Karunakaran Commission Report

Published: 11th February 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th February 2015 04:14 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:The CPM state committee meeting, which is under way for the last two days, has decided to include the P Karunakaran Commission report, which had been critical of  veteran leader V S Achuthanandan’s ‘collusion’ with judicial officers in ‘trapping’ Pinarayi Vijayan in the controversial SNC-Lavalin case, in the draft report to be presented in the upcoming party state conference.

 The Commission report had triggered a controversy which prompted the state committee to refer its recommendations to central committee. The ongoing talks for finalising the draft report was critical of VS’s activities in the past three years. It is learned that the draft report will contain his controversial visit to T P Chandrasekharan’s  house on the day of the Neyyattinkara by-election, his outbursts against party leadership and other ‘anti-party’ activities.

It is also learned that the draft report expressed concern over the lingering organisational weakness in spite of having curbed the factional feuds to a certain extent.

But it is pointed out in the draft report that the party had not been able to give proper attention to local issues as the cadres were preoccupied with numerous agitations.

The state committee meeting will conclude on  Wednesday.

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