சி.பி.எம். கட்சிக்காரர்கள் நமது சகோதரர்கள் அவர்களிடம் வேற்றுமைக்காட்டச்சொல்வது தவறான செயல்.
Trinamool Congress has its way, that there will be no marriages between CPM cadres and the ruling party men as well as their families in Bengal. This is officially laid down party policy adopted to take on the CPM before the panchayat elections in 2013. Food and supplies minister Jyotipriya Mullick has asked partymen not to build any personal relationships with CPM cadres, saying this will weaken the resolve of the party workers to fight the CPM politically. “I am not talking of any violence. I requested our workers to boycott the CPM personally. I told my party workers not to mingle with CPM cadre, not to chat with them at tea stalls or attend social gatherings organised by them,” Mullick told TOI.
“We’ve vowed to boycott the CPM personally. Our workers must ensure that nobody in their family enters into any marital relationship with any CPM leader or supporter,” Mullick said at a party meeting in Habra in North 24-Parganas on 15-4-2012 Sunday. Among those present at the meeting was Trinamool MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar.
“This is important to build resolve among our workers. Should they build personal relationships with the CPM, it will be difficult to fight them politically. I asked the partymen to avoid any relative who has anything to do with the Left,” he said.
In spite of her comprehensive victory in the 2011 Assembly elections, Mamata Banerjee is insecure about the inroads that the CPM has made in rural Bengal over the last 34 years. “We must continue with our tirade against the CPM and take steps to isolate the party that has destroyed growth in Bengal,” he added.
CPI (M) dismissed Mallick’s appeal to the Trinamool workers as “unfortunate, atrocious and ridiculous.”
“Democratic values are at stake because intolerance is being promoted by the highest authorities,” CPI(M) leader Md Salim said Trinamool is trying to destroy the social fabric in a state known for its village culture and ties between people irrespective of caste, creed and religion. He said it is regrettable that the ruling party is developing and promoting enmity between people.
We want that in politics we should not grow enmities between people of different parties. All the party people are Indians. CPI Marxist comrades are our brethrens.
To avoid partition of separate states in India Mahatma Gandhi asked Jinnah to take the post of Indian Prime Minister and all people know about that. As Indians we must cultivate friendship among ourselves irrespective of Party differences. Tirunamool Congress should not create enmity between their party members and their family friends..