CPM Politburo Takes Stand Against Bengal Pact: What It Means

The electoral pact between the CPM-led Left Front and the Congress in West Bengal was not in consonance with the party line, the CPM Politburo concluded Monday, after two days of heated debate. The conclusion meant that Prakash Karat’s anti-Congress line of thought prevailed, deepening the schism between the Karat camp and the pro-cooperation Sitaram Yechury and the Bengal leadership. “…The electoral tactics evolved in West Bengal was not in consonance with the Central Committee decision based on the political-tactical line of the party, which states that there shall be no alliance or understanding with the Congress party,” a statement by the Politburo said. – See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/bengal-polls-cpm-congress-sitaram-yechury-prakash-karat-politburo-election-results-2016-2826541/#sthash.I3oP60WR.dpuf

The electoral pact between the CPM-led Left Front and the Congress in West Bengal was not in consonance with the party line, the CPM Politburo concluded Monday, after two days of heated debate. The conclusion meant that Prakash Karat’s anti-Congress line of thought prevailed, deepening the schism between the Karat camp and the pro-cooperation Sitaram Yechury and the Bengal leadership. “…The electoral tactics evolved in West Bengal was not in consonance with the Central Committee decision based on the political-tactical line of the party, which states that there shall be no alliance or understanding with the Congress party,” a statement by the Politburo said. - See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/bengal-polls-cpm-congress-sitaram-yechury-prakash-karat-politburo-election-results-2016-2826541/#sthash.I3oP60WR.dpuf

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