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Reshared post from Nishad Kaippally The CPI(M)'s critics, both inside and outside the Left, ar...
tag:google.com,2010:buzz:z12xt51bizugd11cg23jeh1irrjbersed Reshared post from Nishad Kaippally
The CPI(M)'s critics, both inside and outside the Left, are appalled. "These are the concrete memorials for the new CPI(M)'s complete capitulation to the corporate and neo-liberal culture," laments a prominent Left wing writer. Many party old timers in Kannur and elsewhere have raised distress signals about the bourgeois symbols in the party.

The Opposition United Democratic Front has dubbed the amassment of assets like these and scores of buildings being built across the state for party's and its feeder organisations as blatant corruption and naked misuse of power. "The CPI(M) is the most corrupt and richest party in the country. Its assets in the state alone are worth Rs 4,000 crore," charges Ramesh Chennithala, president, Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC). He says the fact that for the first time even Politburo members become accused in corruption cases like the Lavalin scam shows the decline in the party's principles.
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