LOCAL NEWS:: Festive spirit missing in East Tripura | Police officials remain away from East Tripura | Zutshi appointed special observer | Manik leaves Jiten bamboozled | NATIONAL NEWS:: UTI Dynamic Bond Fund | BJP ousts Congress in Hariyana and Maharashtra |

Go to Homepage Set as homepage Bookmark neindia
 Go to Homepage    
New Page 1
Home
News
Photo Gallery
Fashion
Features
Interview
Tenders
Notice for Interview of Field Assistant & Artist, Department of Industries & Commerce.
Corrigendum: Regarding Interview of LDC, Department of Industries & Commerce.
Corrigendum: Regarding Interview of Senior Instructor-Mechanical.
Re-scheduling of Interview Interview of Senior Instructors, ITIs.
Notice for Interview of Senior Instructors, ITIs.
Corrigendum: No.F.DI/ESTT/IV(29)/2015/ Part/6584, Dated, 30.04.2016 published in the local newspapers on 03.05.2016. Directorate of Industries & Commerce

Click to visit
Tripura Artist Directory

Click to see recent jobs

 READ NEWS # 10508
Open a Printable Version      
CPI(M) missing from West Tripura, merger with CPI after LS poll (4/9/2019) 
Senior communist leader and Rajya Sabha MP Binoy Viswam has rekindled the idea of “ideology based reunification” of the CPI and the CPM to carry on its fight against the ‘divisive agenda’ of Sangh Parivar politics.His remarks come in the backdrop of the Left parties facing a tough fight in its former citadels West Bengal and Tripura and facing unprecedented challenges in its South Indian stronghold Kerala in the Lok Sabha polls.Viswam said leaders of both parties would discuss the issue of “ideological, organisational and political reunification” of CPI and CPM after the General Elections.“We have faced setbacks in our history. But we have made comebacks too. A strong unified Communist force is required to counter the RSS and threat of fascism,” Viswam, who is also the national executive committee member of the CPI, told a meet-the-press programme.To a query on ‘unprecendented situation’ the Left parties face in the current situation in Indian politics, he said both parties would study their experiences after CPM emerged from a division within the CPI in 1964 on the basis of various ideological and political issues and discuss the issue of “ideology based reunification” of the Communist parties.Earlier also the CPI had said the reasons that led to the split in the Indian Communist movement 54 years ago had become increasingly irrelevant and the current task before the leadership was to explore ways of a reunion.However, the response from the CPM on the issue had always been lukewarm.The Left parties were strongly placed in West Bengal, Tripura and Kerala.According to political analysts, the prospects of the Left, headed by the CPM and CPI, look bleak in their former citadels West Bengal and Tripura and the party is expected to win maximum seats from LDF-ruled Kerala in the Lok Sabha polls. In Tripura voters of state were stunned to find out that CPI(M) was completely missing from the scene on final day of campaigning in West Tripura seat. Manik Sarkar who skipped most of the campaigning , which many believe was in return to Innova car and posh bungalow given to him was seen far away from the capital in Kanchnapur town . This demoralized the sagging morale of the party cadres. Latest Melarmath directive to them was to mingle with BJP workers and cast their votes anyhow keeping a low profile.
New Page 1   
Home
Home  |   Contact Us   |   Disclaimer

All rights reserved by neindia. Best viewed in Internet Explorer 6 and in 1280 X 720 resolutions

Count: New Page 1 1005041198