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Kochi: CPM enters into the state conference ahead of the 23rd party congress by preparing to revamp its general policies and outlook. The state committee had stated that the party should acknowledge that Kerala is rapidly turning into a modernised society.
The changes which have to be brought to the party will be discussed at the conference.
The state committee recommended revising strategies in view of the experience at West Bengal, as the party gained a consecutive second term of governance in Kerala. Instead of imposing party policies over individuals, the leaders should elaborate it to the workers and public. Democratic values should be upheld during the interactions with the people.
It was the Pinarayi government that banned the custom of ‘nokkukooli’ (gawking wages) and the ministers of CPM had condemned the protests raised by the CITU activists at Mathamangalam. Thus the party has boldly changed its stance even on many sensitive issues.
The state committee asserted that the projects including SilverLine ensure development for the future. The SilverLine project was the only proposal passed unanimously by all the district conferences convened prior to the state conference.