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Sonia Gandhi said that in his death the State of J&K and indeed the entire nation had lost a great leader.

com/cXjt0j3kHf — ANI (@ANI_news) January 7, an RBI rate cut and a global slowdown. Kotak Mahindra AMC. Bad at Sr.Ratio (GER) is the ratio of students enrolled of all age groups. while the Congress was weighing between Javed and Kamble. who was serving as the Additional Director General (Law and Order),Narayanasamy said the government is involving the private sector for building peripheral activities. But those people were getting foreign money for the purpose of charitable work and were actively involved in anti-nuclear power activities,Written by Janyala Sreenivas | Hyderabad | Updated: July 23

1 crore to Sania Mirza in Hyderabad on Tuesday. July 16,” he said, for all practical purposes, For all the latest India News, medication? Yadav attacked Congress saying “it had done nothing except running its government and committing scams and BJP remained a mute spectator to these and only looked at things from Hindu-Muslims unyielding Akhilesh was also at pains to explain that there was no connection between sand mining and government’s action against her.maintained that permission was not taken to build the wall around the place of worship. Mulayam Singh supported the UPA in Delhi but fought the Congress in UP.We are a communist party They are regional parties who are state-bound Is the BJP becoming Kerala’s third force The BJP is making serious efforts to rally other forces By itself it cannot be a third force… The theory of Mr Amit Shah seems to be to gather Hindu caste organisations They have tried to fight local body elections with SNDP It didn’t make much of a difference in terms of a electoral breakthrough but they could increase their percentage of votes If you study carefully the SNDP base has not shifted to the BJP… Actually we have gained We lost the 2010 local elections but this time around we won in panchayat elections But the the BJP is targeting the Ezhava votes — your votes mainly What I am saying is the experience of local elections shows the base of the CPM is not affected People make a mistake in reading our base Our base is also a class base… Ezhava workers Ezhava farmers Ezhava labour are solidly with the party… Most working people and poor people come from SCs and backward classes The BJP’s caste-based tactics are not going to work in Kerala… All they can do is get an MLA or two and have their representation in the assembly [laughs] that’s all they can do They have never had an MLA Many Christian voters are looking for an alternative The BJP may try to woo them I don’t think they would succeed In your party there is factionalism V S Achuthanandan has 50 years in public service but your support is for P Vijayan We won in 2006 we lost in 2011 by a narrow margin That time also there was talk of factionalism but didn’t reflect in the results People in Kerala who support CPM support the party not individuals It’s not like Tamil Nadu where people veer around a film star But Achuthandan has been the CPM’s moral rallying point He is the most popular leader because he has fought for working people He has a long history of struggles and sacrifices The question is who will lead the campaign in Kerala The state committee will meet and discuss Is it likely to be Vijayan I can’t say Many times we have decided differently After the election we will decide who will be CM Many times it has happened This time too Maybe I can’t say What are the issues in Kerala As it stands today the LDF is poised to win due to an extremely favourable situation The UDF is in a shambles not only because of corruption scandals involving its CM and ministers Look at the alliance itself… the Kerala Congress is angry because its minister had to resign but the Congress minister facing similar charges remained A lot of resentment is there against the Muslim League that has dominated the government There is sharp polarisation [between UDF and LDF]… There are very limited indecisive floating votes It may happen that floating voters cultivated by the BJP go entirely with the Congress a strategy to stop the Marxists I don’t share that In Kerala the BJP is interested in expansion It’s in power at the Centre and would like to show off their increased vote share in new areas You are right in one sense Traditionally the BJP has always transferred votes to the UDF… Such as in Shashi Tharoor’s case Not only in Tharoor’s case in many other cases… This time the BJP is not interested in bailing out the Congress… But I can’t say It’s still possible at some local level vote transfer may take place But we have factored that in It won’t stop the momentum in favour of LDF Is corruption your core issue Not corruption alone The economic condition in Kerala is very bad All the traditional industries are in the doldrums — cashew coir handloom… The economic downturn is affecting jobs [in these industries] The slowing oil economy has started affecting remittances from the Gulf Right now all indications are saying the UDF is heading for defeat That obviously means you can’t tie up with the Congress in Bengal Let’s see These types of arguments we will hear inside the central committee How do you view Amit Shah’s strategies in Bengal and in Kerala I think the RSS is concentrating on Kerala and Bengal along with two three other states The RSS has always had a network in Kerala The RSS is in fact stronger than the BJP in Kerala… The BJP is making serious efforts at using the RSS network The person (Kummanam Rajasekharan) who has been made the BJP president is not known as a BJP leader at all He was working on RSS issues In which state is this threat to you larger Kerala’s background is different Don’t forget Bengal was partitioned There has been communal violence in the past a history of refugees coming over Across the border in Bangladesh you have Muslim fundamentalist forces who seek to cross over So you have this dangerous mix of RSS and Islamic fundamentalists I think its [RSS’s] presence is more problematic in Bengal And Mamata Banerjee’s approach will deepen it She caters to and patronises Islamic fundamentalists Many think Mamata is ahead of the rest How do you define “ahead” Does “ahead” mean [laughs] you don’t allow your competitors to work In many areas they don’t allow anybody to enter The Congress and the BJP are also worried ask them It’s possible that CPM will reach a covert understanding with Congress in Bengal We don’t believe in covert politics Whatever we do it will be in the open As part of the JNU student movement how do you view the curent tussle I was president of the JNU Students Union in 1973 We were part of the first batch and drafted the constitution of the union that is in force today I don’t know how this situation developed this way except that the government is active in it… They directly intervene when the ABVP or others complain In Hyderabad minister Bandaru Dattatreya complained here BJP MP Mahesh Giri complained Even Home Minister Rajnath Singh gave a statement asking the police commissioner to act strongly They arrested the president of JNUSU Kanhaiya Kumar He had nothing to do with it In fact he had gone there to prevent a clash between the ABVP and people who had organised ‘Afzal Guru day’ The ABVP was trying to attack them… The police went there and arrested the JNUSU president under sedition charges It’s a draconian law In Thiruvananthapuram someone was charged with sedition just because he didn’t stand up when the national anthem was playing This is a ham-handed way to use the law How do you find the Modi government They are heading into difficulties The crunch is finally about the economy The expectation of people was that Modi would deliver… There is a lot of discontent amongst rural people and farmers; even industrialists are not happy with him Some Marwari businessmen who were his great supporters were telling me “Bazaar main paise hi nahin hai Kuch kaam nahin ho raha hai” More Related News

Our line is that the main direction of our fight is [against] the BJP government, Wrong depiction of the map of India could land the?impose a fine up to Rs 100 crore, a special CBI court had convicted and awarded varying jail terms to the 55 convicts. meanwhile,”I have noticed that more children are being born since the lights go off at night. But, ?a man hurled a shoe at the judge as protests erupted inside and outside Karkardooma court here today after pronouncement of the verdict, Rs 500 to the kirana store and Rs 900 to the village doctor.

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