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BJP may revive communal agenda, says CPI(M-L)

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NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation on Monday cautioned that there was a possibility that the Sangh Parivar could revive its "sectarian and communal'' agenda as a way out of the present crisis it was facing.

The party said there were growing signs of ideological-political crisis and organisational disarray in the Sangh Parivar and that the Bharatiya Janata Party president, L.K. Advani's statements "mark a shrewd attempt to update and not revise, in any fundamental way, the Sangh's Hindutva ideology and its political articulation.''

"In this context, we stress the need to expose the ideological bankruptcy and political opportunism of the Congress,'' the party said in a statement at the end of its two-day Polit Bureau meeting here.

The party also called for a month-long countrywide agitation against the United Progressive Alliance Government's "anti-people and pro-U.S. imperialism policies.''

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