Kolkata: 25th edition State General Conference of CPM will commence on Monday. A meeting at Alimuddin has delivered some strict bullet points for the party members. There is a hint of internal clash and clarification before the panchayat poll in Left front. On that purpose Suryakanta Mishra, State General Secretary of CPM said, “ Ill and Unable person should stand aside if they can not contribute on a purpose.”
The Bengal supremo of Left front seeming strict after the huge loss in Tripura. The straight words of Mishra has described that “Maximum age of the members can be 75 and those who are below 75 and feels unable they should not get involved in party matter and resign from their designation .”
On the other hand, Mishra has proposed to keep former chief minister of West Bengal Buddhadeb Bhattacharya. Though he is presently not so well physically. Mishra has focused more on the contribution and image of Bhattacharya when talking on him. He is considered as one of the consistent heavyweight and politically concern personality in Left front.
The loss in Tripura has given subtle push to Left front of West Bengal. Many opinions are budding around behind the failure of a 25 years of kingdom of red castle, Tripura. It is one of the castle other than Kerala and West Bengal where Left has ruled for years.