Sitaram Yechury further said the chief minister and party’s state committee will examine the controversial comments of Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran on the Sabarimala issue.
The EC had recently decided to put the elections to three RS seats on hold after the Centre flagged some issues.
LDF govt just followed the court order on Sabarimala, says CPM national secy; asserts BJP has fielded candidates as per mutual understanding with UDF
He said these concerns are serious and have arisen from the experience of “the 2019 Lok Sabha” elections.
While Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala said the party has insulted the devotees yet again, BJP state chief K Surendran said Yechury’s statement has exposed the CPM’s double standard.
Noting that the party will seek rescheduling of the session on the first day itself, Yechury said main policies related to the budget or economy can be passed.
The government said the name change involves only the Motera stadium and the sports complex where it is located will continue to be named after Sardar Patel.
Sitaram Yechury Monday hit out at PM Narendra Modi over his speech in Parliament and alleged it was full of untruths.
The government's negotiations with protesting farm unions hit a roadblock on Friday as the farmer leaders stuck to their demands for a complete repeal of three farm laws.
On Saturday, the Congress had announced that it has decided to organise ‘Kisan Adhikar Divas’ across the country on January 15 and hold protests outside the Raj Bhavans.
The CPM-led Left Front which included CPI, RSP and Forward Bloc ruled Bengal for 34 years from 1977 and 2011.
Alternative policies needed to foil BJP, TMC efforts to turn Bengal polls bipolar event: Sitaram Yechury
Yechury said that in order to maintain a democratic and secular system, it is imperative to keep the BJP away from the power and defeat it in the elections.
After winning big majority in all three tiers of the panchayats, 5 out of the 6 corporations, and leading in 11 out of the 14 district panchayats, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan broke his silence.
Pawar is the senior-most leader among UPA allies and he enjoys cordial relationship with leaders across political parties.
Opposition leaders accused the government of trying to scare away the protesting farmers.