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CPI(ML) meet in Mysore from today

Staff Correspondent

Mysore: The central committee meeting of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) will be held at the Nanjaraja Bahadur choultry here from Thursday.

The three-day meeting will be attended by leaders of the party from across the country. Representatives of the All-India Agricultural Labour Association, All-India Central Council of Trade Unions, All-India Progressive Women's Association, who are part of the committee, will also attend.

Discussions will focus on the issues of price rise and corruption, among others, according to a release here on Wednesday.

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General secretary of the CPI (ML), Dipankar Bhattacharya, would launch a month-long campaign against the BJP Government on July 3.

The release was signed by State secretary of the All-India Central Council of Trade Unions C. Javaraiah and State president of the All-India Agricultural Labour Association J. Bharadwaj.

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