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Resignation on the cards for Yechury (6/8/2019) 
In the backdrop of deepening factionalism within file and rank of the party and the ensuing Lok Sabha poll debacle, the central committee of the Communist Party of India Marxist (CPM) is expected to take a call on party general secretary, Sitaram Yechury’s resignation . There is talk that Manik Sarkar may take over. The two-day central committee meet will also mull over the reasons why CPM’s vote base, mainly Hindus shifted to the rival parties.As per sources, the CC will discuss at length why CPM’s vote bank has gradually shifted to the BJP in West Bengal and Tripura, to the Congress in Kerala, and to Jaganmohan Reddy’s YSR in Andhra Pradesh.Taking the moral responsibility, CPM general secretary, Sitaram Yechury has already offered to resign following the party’s drubbing in Lok Sabha elections. “But, most likely his resignation will be rejected by the CC,” confided a source to NEI.A key issue that the CC would brainstorm in two-day meet is the weakening organisational strength of the party and the failure to stitch alliance with like-minded parties.It is important to note that Karat-Vijayan group vehemently opposed any electoral understanding with the Congress in Kerala and in West Bengal, following which many believe the entire Left Front vote share in West Bengal came down to 7.46% from 29.93% in 2014 while the BJP’s vote share more than doubled — from 17.02% in 2014 to 40.25% in 2019.Similarly, alliance with the YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh was rejected by the hardliners of the party. In Telangana too, the CPM did not agree for an alliance with the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS).Observers believe that due to the failure in forging alliance with the TRS, the communist party suffered badly.Allegations by AP Abdullakutty, a former CPM Lok Sabha MP from Kerala against Karat faction for helping split secular votes will also be discussed in the meet.CPM has been a divided house for over a decade between hardliners and pragmatists.Hardliners led by Karat have followed no alliance with bourgeoise party policy, while the pragmatists led by Yechury advocated electoral understanding with all secular forces to stop the rise of the BJP.
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