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A Young Spirited Comrade from Kannur

Published: 23rd February 2015 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd February 2015 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

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ALAPPUZHA: SK auditorium, the venue of the state conference of the CPM, has turned into a picnic spot with hundreds of workers flocking to the venue from early morning and taking pictures in front of the artefacts installed at the venue. Some of the visitors were seen taking selfies with the leaders who came out of the auditorium after the noon session.

A three-year-old kid, Anugrah. in the red volunteer’s uniform caught everyone’s eye.  He came all the way from Koothuparamba along with his father Rajeev and mother Shyja  to visit the conference venue and Punnapra-Vayalar martyr dome.  “My son wanted to become ‘party police’. So we have stitched him a pair of red shirt and pants. We also took his picture with the red volunteers,” Rajiv said.

Rajiv is   a cooperative bank employee in Koothuparamba. “Communist party is our life and blood. We have dedicated our life to the party. We  rented a vehicle  to attend the party conference and will return after attending the public meet on Monday,” Rajiv said.

Most of the visitors in the conference venue are from Kannur, Kozhikode and other northern districts.

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