The Kerala CPM has been planning a national-level political campaign to garner support for the project from delegates outside the state.
CPM's Kerala state conference, set to be held in Kochi from Feb 29, comes after the party-led LDF has returned to power in the state in a historical mandate in the assembly elections held last May.
BJP workers on Feb 20 locked the BJP Kasaragod Office and staged a sit-in to protest their party's electoral understanding with CPM in Kumbla Panchayat that favoured a BJP worker's murder convict.
Revealing the figures ahead of the party’s district conference, slated to begin on Dec 14 in Kalamassery, district secretary C N Mohanan said primary membership has seen a 25% rise compared to 2018.
The cold war between the leading LDF constituents is sure to have its reflections in the district conference debate. Sources said some serious internal issues will also be discussed in the conference.
The arrests ripped apart the investigation by the police as they had named three of the five accused as ‘prosecution witnesses’ in their chargesheet.
In the habeas corpus petition, Anupama sought the High Court to issue a directive to the police to produce before the court the child, whose whereabouts are not known to her for the last 12 months.
A group of CPM workers allegedly waylaid Mansoor and his brother near their home and attacked them after the assembly poll.
The Tripura election rout seems to be the clarion call for the Kerala CPM, which now constitutes the only parliamentary presence for the Left parties in the entire country.