ത്രിപുരയിലെ “വിജയം“??

Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist)Central CommitteeR-8, Pratap Market, Jungpura-B, New Delhi – 110014, Phone: (011) 24370233General Secretary : Comrade Kanu Sanyal (Ph: 0353-2122506)Secretary, Party Centre : Comrade K.N. Ramachandran (Mobile: 09447112136) 
CPI(M)’s Victory is Not a Victory of the LeftCPI(M)’s claim that is victory in Tripura is a victory for the left is a bogus one. As Congress-led UPA government is propped up by CPI(M)-led Left Front at centre and as it is also pursuing imperialist globalisation policies in Tripura, West Bengal and Kerala, neither it nor other reactionary policies like SEZs and government withdrawing from welfare policies, etc. were not at all discussion points in the election campaign. As CPI(M) has become another ruling class party in practice, degenerating to parliamentary opportunism, its Tripura government was competing with other state governments to pursue neo-liberal policies. The election campaign was not at all focussing on any anti-imperialist, anti-state programmes, in spite of the profuse use of red flags, red banners and communist slogans to hoodwink the masses. Its opposition to the Indo-US Nuclear Deal alone will not make it a left party, as even BJP is also opposing it at present.While Congress as the main opposition party in the state tried to focus on price rise, unemployment, non-implementation of the pro-adivasis policies and the presence of large contingents of military and para-military units in the state curtailing democratic rights, CPI(M) retaliated by explaining that these are the consequences of the policies of the UPA government, always concealing that this reactionary government is continuing because of its support. While Congress aligned with Tripuri chauvinist forces to win over the tribal votes, CPI(M) retaliated successfully by polarising the majority Bengali community around it alleging Congress is keeping company of extremist forces. There was nothing to differentiate between the two before the people. So like Narendra Modi could do in Gujarat, CPI(M) with a better organisation and utilising the state power could win again with more seats. It is not a victory of the left as CPI(M) claims since it has degenerated from left politics totally in practice. 07-03-2008                                                                                        Central CommitteeCPI (ML)

One response to “ത്രിപുരയിലെ “വിജയം“??

  1. comrades, The perception that there is no sufficient difference between Cpim and other parties, is ,i feel ,crude reductionism.I think even claiming to be Communist Party in the neo liberal era would be highly electorally disadvantageous to a political formation. So the fact that Cpim claims to be Communist force reveals its readiness to be criticised as such. and it is creating no hurdle in the way of cpiml to mobilse the people at least in areas where CPIM has lesser strength. I think ,comrades, instead being a rhetorical group ,we need to go to the masses, trying to mobilise them . That is the acid test which revolutionaries have to undergo before we can abuse CPIM in such strong words .Instead of helping the right wing media in its already much accomplished task of demonizing CPIM , the leftists should try to take the masses into confidence.
    When Cpim had lost a few seats in Nandigram , who won those seats?
    naxalites?
    maoists?
    no, but trinamool congress .
    is this the desired result of anti cpim rhetoric?
    do you think mamta will have any mamta (possessiveness ) about the naxalites?
    or will she be better than CPIM?
    SO while critiqing a left party ,caution needs to be maintained about the hazards which the bourgeois media can lead us into.
    Tehelka reported that in Chengara , people were eating grass! I doubt the veracity of the report.
    About nandigram, mainstream medi aweaved a huge net of horror stories .They talked about thousands being murdered ,children ripped into pieces and thrown into canals etc!
    even the maoist student group of JNU namely DSU after conducting a detailed study of nandigram could not bring out more names than that of the 14 murdered in police firing. YET the stories of Red Terror occupied the front pages of all “national ” dailies!
    and the those claiming as true left , joined these groups ! pathetic situation.
    so who prevents CPIML from filing a nomination in tripura . There are 25 states left, where other parties are ruling. Why not have a true revolution there?
    why do we limit ourselves to talking only about cpim ruled states? so is it like this that only if cpim is removed from power from all states that
    that the naxals will start a revolution?

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