Kerala CPM trying to implement Bengal model: Chandy

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Kottayam, May 10 (UNI) Leader of the Opposition in the Kerala Assembly Oommen Chandy today charged the CPI(M) with trying to implement Bengal model in the state by threatening political parties, minority and majority communities and even the judiciary.

Inaugurating a delegate session as part of the district conference of the Congress (I) here, he alleged the CPI(M) was opposing all the parties and those not acting according to their wishes.

The CPI(M) leaders were using harsh language against religious leaders and bishops, not respecting judiciary and criticising judges and not even sparing great leaders like late Mannathu Padmanabhan, he alleged.

Mr Chandy appealed to the Congress workers to work unitedly for the welfare of the people.

In a political resolution, the conference charged the Left government in the state with total failure on all fronts.

The government had failed to arrest the price rise and maintain law and order in the state and had lost the moral right to continue in power.

The meeting also criticised the undemocratic actions of the Left government, including hurting the sentiments of both minority and majority communities.

In another resolution, the conference demanded a compensation of Rs 25,000 per hectare to all paddy growers affected by the summer rains.

A paddy board on the model of the rubber board was another demand of the conference.

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