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What is the problem with comrades in Kerala?

Asked by hitler, 12 Jul '09 06:24 pm
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The main problem with comrades or any other party in any other states is that they have not performed well in recent concluded election and hence this failure has made them to point fingers among themselves. No one is taking the blame for debacle. When they are not in a position to accept responsibility of performance, it is quite natural, people have shown them the door.
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 12 Jul '09 06:32 pm

 
  
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History:
1996, Pinaryi Vijayan was the Power Minister of Kerala. At that time , he made a contract with Canadian company viz. SNC-Lavalin for modification of three powerplants. Later he moved out of Ministry and became the General Sect. of CPI(M) Kerala with the help of V.S. Achuthanadhan.
Years later CAG identified the scam in this agreement. CPI(M) was not ready to accept that, which they everytime used against other parties. A Vigilance enquiry was ordered and at the time of last assembly election (2006) Congress ordered for CBI enquiry. But CBI rejected by claiming some technicalities.
Later Hon.High Court of Kerala Ordered for CBI enquiry when hearing a Public Interest Litigation filed by an organisation in Cochin.
V.S. Achuthanandan, who used to fight against the corruption, also took this issue to party. But by that time Vijayan became strong in party, the State as well as central (under Prakash Karat) offices of CPI(M) were not ready to hear him and was supporting Vijay ...more
Answered by Naveen, 13 Jul '09 12:40 pm

 
  
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The party will continue to defend its scam-tainted Kerala chief Pinarayi Vijayan.
That leaves his arch rival, state chief minister V.S. Achuthanandan, with two options: toe the party line or quit.
Achuthanandan has criticized the politburo for supporting Vijayan, named as accused by the Central Bureau of Investigation, or CBI, of corruption in a contract awarded to foreign power equipment maker SNC-Lavalin in 1997, while he was power minister.
The decision to defend Vijayan has been taken after consultations with all politburo members. Now Achuthanandan has little option but to fall in line or leave the party, said the politburo member who didnt want to be identified. We will discuss the internal troubles of our Kerala unit ."
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Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 12 Jul '09 07:50 pm

 
  
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Bitter fight for a lion's share of kick backs.
Answered by Achuthan Nair, 12 Jul '09 07:26 pm

 
  
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losing their ground
Answered by anil garg, 16 Dec '13 01:32 pm

 
  
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