July 5, 2022

Kolkata: The Left Entrance on Tuesday started a three-day state committee assembly. In step with birthday party resources, some adjustments in numerous posts are most probably in CPI (M).

“CPI (M) chairman Biman Bose, Surjya Kanta Mishra and a few different senior leaders may depart their submit and a few younger leaders may change them. Some organizational adjustments can even happen consistent with the longer term elections,” stated the CPI (M) resources.

Addressing a press convention, CPI state secretary Surhya Kanta Mishra stated that they’d performed an evaluation assembly and a few expenses have been additionally proposed within the birthday party.

“Now we have had an evaluation assembly throughout the birthday party the place leaders from the nationwide capital additionally participated. Some expenses have been additionally proposed. Now we have noticed that individuals of Bengal have taken Mamata Banerjee as a substitute for the BJP. We need to paintings arduous to support our group,” stated Mishra.

Slamming the state govt, Mishra stated that the financial system of the state has long gone down beneath the TMC govt.

“Probably the most steps taken by way of the state govt coincide with the BJP led Central govt. Violence and lawlessness has been happening around the state ever because the 2021 Meeting election. Now we have mentioned the awful state of affairs of the state and likewise spoke about long term protests,” claimed the CPI state secretary.

Taking additional jibe on the TMC govt, Mishra stated that the TMC won’t do anything else to probe the dying of pupil chief Anis Khan and likewise alleged that the state govt could also be developing hindrance when Left Entrance pupil wings are protesting over Anis Khan’s dying.

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Revealed on: Tuesday, March 15, 2022, 10:14 PM IST