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DYFI rally against communalism

By Our Staff Reporter

KOCHI, AUG. 15. A convention against `communalism and neo-colonialism' was organised by the DYFI on the occasion of Independence Day at Vyttila today. Rallies were taken out to the venue of the convention from Palarivattom and Petta. Inaugurating the convention, the CPI(M) Central Committee member, M.A. Baby, said that the American neo-colonialists had devised two methods to `enter' developing countries. While the first method was direct interference in the affairs of the developing countries like in Iraq, the other method was to penetrate the countries by posing as advisors and aid dispensers. In fact, the UDF Government headed by the Chief Minister, A.K. Antony, was giving a red carpet welcome to such agencies like the Asian Development Bank.

Earlier, a pledge for fighting communal and neo-colonialist forces was administered by the DYFI district secretary, John Fernandes. The convention was attended by CITU State secretary, Chandran Pillai, the CPI(M) district secretary, Gopi Kottamurikkal, and other CPI(M) leaders.

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