From CPM state conference 2022
Kochi: A full-fledged discussion over CPM policies on foreign capital and private investments in many sectors, including education, was concluded at the state conference without even a single delegate raising opposition.
The delegates opined that the vision document put forward a policy that is inevitable for the changing time. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will mark his reply for the discussion on Friday.
CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan stated that such a document could be presented and discussed only because the party had an admirable growth. All delegates were content as they could openly discuss the issues within the party and find solutions at the conference.
The conference usually focuses on the party working report. But this time, it turned out to be a venue for discussing the affairs concerned with Kerala and this could be considered as a whopping change, said Kodiyeri. Delegates demanded to prepare a calendar for fulfilling the recommendations in a time-bound manner. The projects will be rolled out by considering the priority of each sector.
The major demand raised amid the discussion of the vision document was to give precedence to the agriculture sector. Another recommendation was to launch a project at both regional and state levels to develop the tourism potential of the state.