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Tuesday 8 November 2011

CPM plan to infuse new blood at grassroot

CPM plan to infuse new blood at grassroot
Calcutta, Oct. 31: The CPM leadership today worked out a “three-way formula” to rev up its organisation, stressing the infusion of new faces, particularly youths, phasing out veterans who have become “non-functional’’ and “preventing tainted leaders and cadres” from joining new party committees.
“It has been decided that the new local and zonal committees that will be formed during the organisational conferences beginning in the second week of November will be small so as to speed up party work,’’ CPM state secretary Biman Bose said after the end of the two-day state committee meeting at Alimuddin Street.
“Fresh faces, particularly youths, will have to be inducted. We have insisted that honest and efficient people be inducted into the panels,” he added.
The CPM has decided that at least 25 per cent of the local and zonal committee members would be new faces.
“The criteria of honesty, efficiency and acceptability are particularly applicable to the local and zonal committees as their members are grassroots workers who are in “constant touch with the people at the ground level,” a CPM leader said.
“It was also decided that those leaders and cadres who are not being able to work because of advanced age or illness would be gradually phased out,’’ he added.

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