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`I' group leaders hold discussions

By Our Staff Reporter

THRISSUR, AUG.17. The `I' group leaders from Kasaragod to Thrissur met the former KPCC president, K. Muraleedharan, here today in an apparent bid to strengthen the activities of the group.

Even though there was no formal meeting, the group leaders, including the present and former office-bearers of the DCC and the KPCC, and several MLAs participated in the parleys, which were held at the PWD Guest House adjoining the Ramanilayam in the afternoon.

The former KPCC general secretaries, P. P. George, MLA, N. Venugopal and K. P. Kunjikkannan were among those who participated in the discussions. T. V. Chandramohan, T. U. Radhakrishnan, and Savithri Lakshmanan, MLAs, were also present at the meeting. According to sources, the group will demand the holding of organisational polls before the ensuing reconstitution of the district and block-level committees. "If group loyalties are not going to be taken into account in the reconstitution, the criterion for becoming office-bearers in the party must be the ability to win in the organisational elections," one of the `I' group leaders said.

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