CPM to woo voters with help of believers inside party


K R Prahladan

The people who left Sangh Parivar will be included in various activities. The local leaders are directed to keep contact with the people who are involved in the activities of the Hindu communities.

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Kottayam: CPM has started attempts to gain the trust of believers at the grassroot level. They have arranged programmes like influencing the believers with the help of party followers. This activity will be strictly followed in places where BJP made gains.

The party is trying to make a larger support platform for the party by convening smaller gatherings and family get-togethers. There will be no official structure or leaders for this system.

The party supporters were asked to get involved in temple committees. They will observe the services of RSS focussing on temples and will follow ideal concepts. This should be implemented without causing trouble and issues in the locality.

The people who left Sangh Parivar will be included in various activities. The local leaders are directed to keep contact with the people who are involved in the activities of the Hindu communities.

The local party leaders are not stopped from attending community meetings. They are encouraged to listen to the opinion of community leaders. These activities are progressing in Pandalam where BJP conquered power.

Family meetings in ward level were organised successfully. They keep meeting those who distanced from the party after the Sabarimala controversy.

The meetings are held along with the party workers who are also believers. They will convince the people that the party is not against any beliefs and remind them of the struggles in which the party engaged to protect various religious beliefs.

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