New Delhi, Nov 1 (UNI) The top leaders of the CPI today began the two-day deliberations to finalise its electoral strategy for the assembly polls and the call for a counter offensive against ''monsters of communalism and terrorism''.
The CPI's 31-member National Executive will also discuss the recent political developments on which party Deputy Genenral Secretary S Sudhar Reddy has presented a report, Party national Secretary Shamim Faizi told UNI.
The party leadership will formalise its response to the consequences of the global meltdown on Indian economy, the UPA government's nefarious designs to denigrade Parliament, increasing attacks on religious minorties and unprecedented price rise among other things.
The Party in its meeting is likely to adopt a resoltuion for struggles against the impending retrenchments and lay offs.
Meanwhile, the CPI(M) has decided to field as many as 37 candidates in Rajasthan, 12 in Madhya Pradesh, 7 in Chhattisgarh and 6 in J and K. It will also support an independent candidate there.
The CPI is likely to field as many as 100 candidates in five state polls as it has decided not to contest in Mizoram.
The Forward Bloc has decided to field as many as 5 candidates in Madhya Pradesh and the two in Rajasthan.
The RSP is likely to field candidates only in Madhya Pradesh and JandK. The final picture will emerge on Monday and Tuesday.
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