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CPI (M) doesn't support the public protests against Kudankulam Nuclear Project which is to be constructed by Russian collaboration? Do you think its a Double standard attitude of the CPI (M)?

Tags: double standard, russian, cpi
Asked by Joseph Chacko, 28 Sep '12 08:50 am
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Every party follows, not only double stands but also, multiples standards.
But it is a fact that nuclear power generators are here to stay and they are they need of the hour.
I agree with PM (which I do not often do) on this point. These protests have backing of dubious people for their own (anti India) agenda
Answered by Vikram, 28 Sep '12 11:16 am

 
  
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For the first time they are behaving sensibly
Answered by iqbal seth, 28 Sep '12 09:13 am

 
  
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"The CPI(M) is still of the opinion that till credible safety measures are introduced and the safety audit report made public, the peoples concerns cannot be met. Instead of doing so, the central and state governments have unleashed police repression on the people protesting against the commissioning of the plant. The CPI(M) condemns the repression against the protesters and the filing of cases of sedition against a large number of them. While the CPI(M) does not call for the shutting down of the two reactors, the Party is opposed to new units being added at Kudankulam. The government is planning to put in four more reactors there. The argument against the setting up of nuclear parks elsewhere applies to Kudankulam too." so says the CPI(M)
Source: http://pd.cpim.org/2012/0916_pd/09162012_3.html
Answered by Somebodysomewhere, 28 Sep '12 08:55 am

 
  
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