Efforts on to resolve differences in CPM Warangal Urban dist unit
Hanamkonda: The CPM state leadership is making efforts to resolve differences cropped up between the two groups in Warangal Urban district unit, said...
Hanamkonda: The CPM state leadership is making efforts to resolve differences cropped up between the two groups in Warangal Urban district unit, said the party in-charge state secretary, G Nagaiah.
Speaking to presspersons in Hanamkonda on Sunday, he described the attack on the party office on Saturday by some persons as sad and said party condemned the incident strongly.
There are several means to redress one’s grievance on party platform but vandalising the office is not proper, he said.
On the expulsion of five party members by the party district committee following the attack on the office, he said the expelled persons can approach the state committee or the central committee seeking reprieve.
‘In CPM, there is no local and non-local candidate, those chosen by the majority will be made district secretary. If the rival group is against the election, it has to pursue the matter patiently by presenting their case before the party leadership,’ he said referring to expelled group’s notion that incumbent district secretary S Vasudeva Reddy is a non-local.
Meanwhile, the supporters of the expelled group squatted in front of the party office barring entry to Nagaiah and the party senior leaders, who on Sunday evening called a press conference at the party office.
Expelled leader Mettu Srinivas and his supporters entered into arguments with Nagaiah over the issue.
As a result Nagaiah is forced to address the presspersons on the road outside office. The party central committee member Ch Seetaramulu, state secretariat members B Venkat and G Ramulu and others are present.