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If left parties follow ideology, mid-term poll inevitable

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Ranchi, May 9 (UNI) With barely 48 hours left for Assembly election results in five states, the CPI(ML) today said if the left parties stick to their ideologies on office of profit issue, it will result in a mid-term poll.

Party's national general secretary Deepankar Bhattacharjee expressed concern over the different political parties' efforts to amend the existing law in the Parliament session, beginning tomorrow.

Addressing a press conference here, Mr Bhattacharjee said the policies of the left parties had been changed to a great extent by the present UPA government. He said be it in economic, foreign or industrial policy, the UPA was not different from the NDA government.

In this context, he said, the Left should reconsider support to the Congress-led UPA.

Regarding Assembly polls in five states, he stated that anti-incumbency would mark the results.

Expressing hope of his party's better performance in Asom where they pitted 16 candidiates, he said the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee-led government in West Bengal would get majority but by a lesser margin than the previous poll.

He said West Bengal might witness a similar situation through its Bengal slogan like the NDA's 'India Shinning'.

People in the rural sector in Bengal this time were not happy, he said.

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