Mysore, Jan 25: The newly-elected Karnataka Secretary of CPI(M), Mr V J K Nayar, today said the party was keen to check communal forces from coming to power by making efforts to forge a Third alternative in the state and the country.
Addressing newspersons after the four-day 19th State Level CPI(M) Conference here, he said the CPI (M) had passed as many as 40 resolutions in the conference, including political ones.
The party would support any political party, which respects the ideology, political strategy and pro-people politics of the CPI(M).
It also passed resolutions opposing the 'Anti People Policies' being pursued by the government and expressed its solidarity to the cause of the downtrodden and the economically weaker sections of the society.
He said 36 other members were elected to the State Committee and the conference took up various political and socio-economic issues related to promoting secularism and cultural pluralism.
The state unit was also planning to take up the coming elections on a serious note and would extend support to secular parties.
It passed resolutions on the condition of the Dalits in the state expressing concern over the atrocities against them, anti-labour policies of the governments, Public Distribution system and SEZs among others More then 400 delegates attended the conference which would be held once in three years.