Patriarchy and anti-women attitude still prevail within party: Minister R Bindu at CPM conference

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Kochi: Kerala higher education minister R Bindu on Thursday expressed dissatisfaction over the behaviour of some leaders within the party towards women. She was speaking at the CPM state conference during the discussions on the organisational report.

Some leaders still behave indecently with women. Complaints against such people are not dealt with seriousness. Complainants are being ignored. It is saddening, she said.

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Representatives of Alappuzha said women are not being represented adequately in the party. Though there are women branch secretaries, patriarchy still prevails in the party. Issues of women are not being addressed. Party leaders do not show any interest in solving them, Alappuzha representatives said.

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