Kolkata, Jan 1 (UNI) All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) today accused the CPI(M) of drifting away from left movement saying the party was responsible for present "disunity" among the front partners.
" The Left Front Government was not governed on partners' joint decision as the CPI(M) takes all major decision on its own disregarding opinions of the AIFB as well as the RSP," AIFB state secretary Ashok Ghosh told a news conference.
Mr Ghosh said both the AIFB and RSP have already protested against the CPI(M)'s unilateral decisions on various issues like Nandigram and Singur issues and inviting major corporte Reliance in retails businesses.
He said the LF has been ruling the state over the 30 years and now "we can't sit idle when the left unity is breaking for a particular party because of differences of opinions on major political and economic issues concerning the common people of the state". "We need to sort out those differences right now", the veteran Bloc leader said.
" Drifting away from left politics is dangerous for left movement and this is not acceptable to us", underscoring need for joint decision on vital issues of the state, added Mr Ghosh.
"We will not accept any unilateral decision of the CPI(M)" said Mr Ghosh said adding any government decision should come and announced after partners concensus.
"The government's acquiring lands in Nandigram is not an act of force?" asked Mr Ghosh.
"We are organising our movement to make the government understand that henceforth any policy of decision before announcing should have approval from all the partners of the ministry", Mr Ghosh.
Referring to veteran Marxist leader Jyoti Basu's comments as CPI(M) was the major partner in the LF, Mr Ghosh said " all the front partners' power are same and there are no such division in the LF." UNI AKM PC RN1919