We should be vigilant on the various nefarious tactics of RSS-triggered BJP, said the Secretary of CPI (M) Manipur at the the 23rd Congress of CPI (M) held in Kerala
Secretary of the Manipur unit of the CPI (M) Kshetrimayum Santa on Friday drew the attention of the participants at the 23rd Congress of CPI(M) which is being held at Kannur, Kerala from 6-10 April 2022 by stating that the party should be vigilant about the nefarious tactics of RSS-triggered BJP to win elections. He said that the BJP may use any unconstitutional and undemocratic methods in the future parliamentary and state elections to be held in the country, he added while speaking at the discussion on the Draft Political Report.
The 23rd Congress of CPI(M) is is the 5th Congress hosted by Kerala since the formation of the CPI(M) in 1964.
A press statement issued by Secretariat Member CPI(M) Manipur State Committee Sarat Salam said observers from across the country and CPI(M) oversea units such as from Canada, UK Arabian countries etc took part in the 23rd Congress of the CPI(M). Manipur unit of the party is represented by the party’s Secretary Kshetrimayum Santa and Secretariat Member Sarat Salam as delegates to this grand august assembly of delegates, it added.
Introducing the Draft Political Report of the party on the Day 1 of the Congress, General Secretary of CPI(M) Sitaram Yechury said that considering the diversities in Indian situation, a national-level political front will be formed only after the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
He further said before the elections, the state-level fronts are the best option in practical sense as different political parties are dominant in every state. Since 1977 the national level fronts have been formed only after the elections. Just remember the developments in 1989, 1996, 1998 and 2004. CPI(M) is trying to consolidate anti-BJP votes to isolate and defeat the BJP, he added. ‘
Yechury also said it’s the foremost task for protecting and safeguarding the Indian Constitution and the Republic. For that, there will be the broadest possible alliance of anti-BJP forces, he said.