Kannur: In order to overcome the setback in Lok Sabha elections, CPM workers will listen to the public opinion by visiting them at their residences. Squads of party workers will start visiting houses from July 22 to 28. Home visits started in Kannur from Sunday itself.
Apart from listening to the public opinion regarding the party, they will also explain party’s stand to the people. All leaders including state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan will be part of the home visiting squads in different areas. A team led by Kannur district secretary M. V. Jayarajan visited the houses in Kannur city on Sunday.
State committee member P. Jayarajan is leading the squad in East Kathiroor. The squad led by Kodiyeri Balakrishnan will visit residences at Thalassery on July 27. Minister E. P. Jayarajan will lead the campaigns in Mattannur and Pappinissery areas.
The state committee has strictly directed not to leave the houses after distributing notices or brochures. The party workers should talk to the householders and know their problems, complaints and criticisms. Help should be provided to the families that suffer from any issues.
After the home visiting week ends, local family meets will be organised. A Facebook page will be created for the public and the party workers to interact with the chief minister and party secretary. Also it has been decided to extend the palliative care activities started by P. Jayarajan in Kannur all over the state.
The Thrissur conference held last year had decided to implement the same, but it could not be extended to all regions. The activities to build a house for poor homeless families in all locals will be completed immediately.