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Continuity: Lessons Learned from Bengal and Tripura; The Chief Minister’s advice to the leaders is as follows

Kannur: District conventions are being held in the state in connection with the 23rd CPI (M) party congress. The Kannur District Conference has already been completed. The Kannur conference ended with the reputation of being the first district committee to implement the decision not to include 75-year-olds in party committees. It is noteworthy that this time a committee consisting of newcomers with women and dalit representation was selected without giving any concessions. At the same time, Malayala Manorama reports that the Chief Minister has given advice to the party leadership in the event of a continuation of the rule. It is reported that the Chief Minister has instructed the leadership to learn from the experiences of Bengal and Tripura. I know the details.

The Kannur District Conference elected MV Jayarajan as the District Secretary and elected a district committee representing women, dalits, minorities and youth. With the expulsion of those above the age limit and members of the upper committee, 14 members of the old committee were removed this time. State committee members former district secretary P Jayarajan and AN Shamsir were also removed from the committee. However, they can attend the District Secretariat meeting and the District Committee. Eleven new members were added to the committee, which represented all sections.

According to the Manorama report, the meeting also decided to form a House committee to liaise and interact with each house in the district. Each party member will be in charge of 10 houses. A committee will be formed under their leadership. The CPM has also decided that branch committees should meet three times a month, one of which should be attended by an area committee member and the district committee members should attend local committee meetings at least once every six months.

It is reported that Pinarayi Vijayan, the party politburo member and chief minister who inaugurated the conference, gave special instructions to the leaders regarding the activities. The Chief Minister spoke to the delegates after the return of the media persons after the inaugural session. He said that the people had given the party a great responsibility of continuing to govern and that the members should work in such a way as to maintain their confidence. Let us not forget that the government stands for justice. The Chief Minister also directed to understand the needs and difficulties and intervene.

According to the Manorama report, the Chief Minister told party workers that lessons should be learned from the experiences in Bengal and Tripura. Those who are not elected to the governing body should not be in a position to interfere in administrative matters. There should be nothing on the part of the activists that makes people lose interest. It is important to pay attention to the party elements when problems arise. The CM also directed the workers not to accept the voice of power.