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No need to be complacent, says Biman Bose

Staff Reporter

‘Left front has received tremendous response from the people of the State'


‘Panchayats controlled by the Opposition are governed by poor governance'

The situation before the elections is difficult, but not without possibilities: Bose


KOLKATA: The campaign of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and other Left parties has received tremendous response from the people of the State, but there is need not to be complacent, Biman Bose, State secretary of the party, told a meeting of its State Committee here on Monday.

The meeting decided that preparations for the 2011 elections to the State Assembly must commence immediately.

“The situation before the elections is difficult, but not without possibilities. To realise these possibilities the campaign and struggle must be intensified and organisational structure strengthened,” a press release issued by the CPI(M)'s State Committee, said.

Won local elections

“It has been observed that many people are coming to the CPI(M) and Left Front rallies held in various districts....Left Front backed candidates have won in several local elections at different levels. This trend has been observed everywhere. However, this is the time to be satisfied with the performance,” Mr. Bose said.

‘Reach out to people'

The need to admit past mistakes while also reaching the people and presenting the views of the party was also emphasised at the meeting.

Implementing policies

The panchayats and civic bodies under the control of the Left Front are implementing policies framed for the poor, whereas those controlled by the Opposition are marked by poor governance. This distinction must be communicated to the people, Mr. Bose said.

Anarchy in education system

Mr. Bose also drew attention to the attempts by the Opposition to create a situation of anarchy in the education system in the State.

“There is an attempt to create an environment of lawlessness and intimidation in educational institutions which is being carried out in a planned manner,” Mr. Bose said.

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