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Monday, 15 July 2024 1.26 AM IST

CPM state leadership criticizes party leadership, plans comprehensive report

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM state leadership meeting criticized that there has been a serious failure on the part of the police, including in preventing gang violence and providing justice to the common people. In many cases, the general public has the impression that the police are on the side of gangsters and criminals. There is wrongful involvement of some others in the Home Department under the Chief Minister. Criticism has also been raised that this is the reason for the failures in the police actions.

Meanwhile, neither Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan nor State Secretary MV Govindan responded to the criticisms levelled against the administration and the party. Members of the state committee meeting also exposed people's dissatisfaction with the behaviour and working style of the Chief Minister and some party leaders. This also led to people moving away from the party.

In the case of Thiruvananthapuram Mayor Arya Rajendran and her husband MLA Sachindev blocking the KSRTC bus, the Party State Secretary's haste to justify both of them without investigating the actual facts has also created displeasure among the people. It was also criticized that the Nava Kerala Sadas had created contempt among the people.

A comprehensive report of the five-day leadership meeting including criticisms and rectification suggestions will be presented in the next state committee meeting. After the discussion in the meeting, the final report will be submitted to the party central committee.

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