Thursday, January 04, 2007

"Defeat BJP" agenda of CPI(M)

CPI (M) to contest 15 seats in Uttar Pradesh

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) will be "cooperating with the maximum number of secular parties" to defeat the Bharatiya Janata Party and "prevent any possibility of its coming to power after the polls" in Uttar Pradesh, general secretary Prakash Karat said here on Thursday.

Hate-filled agenda of CPI(M). BJP is not the party in power either at state or center. So, why this focus of defeating BJP? Karat did tell us earlier that it is because BJP is not fighting for minority appeasement.

CPI(M) is contesting for 15 seats. CBCNN wont tell us how many seats are there because it would make CPI(M) look irrelevant. Instead it will fill that space with party rhetoric.

"The party will seek to project policies, which are in the interests of the working people and for the planned development of Uttar Pradesh."

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