CPM may act tough on INL; keen on ties with EK Samastha

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Ahammad Devarkovil and Abdul Wahab | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Kochi: CPM may take stringent action against Indian National League (INL), the new entrant into the LDF fold, which split despite the warning from the ruling front. However, the party is yet to discuss the actions against INL factions if they disagree with the proposal of CPM.

INL had recently announced split officially after parting away last year. PV Abdul Wahab, who rebelled against the decision of the national leadership, announced the party’s 'new state committee' office-bearers. Wahab himself was elected as the president of the new committee, while Nazar Koya Thangal was elected the general secretary.

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Earlier, the rift between the Wahab faction and Kasim Irikkoor faction intensified and the meeting held at Kochi turned violent.

The national executive committee of the party had summoned a meeting and dismissed the state committee in Kerala. Following this, minister Ahammad Devarkovil, who is also the national general secretary of the party, formed a seven-member ad hoc panel under his chairmanship. The panel also decided to form the new state-level committee by March 31. Amidst this, the Wahab faction announced a new state committee.

CPM does not wish to entertain both factions.

No to IUML

In a move to strengthen the foothold among the Muslim community and improve the vote share of LDF, CPM wishes to get closer with EK Samasatha, the intellectual backbone of IUML. However, LDF is not in favour of taking the Muslim League on board. Kodiyeri wants LDF to cross the mark of 50 per cent of votes in the 2026 assembly elections.

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