CM directs CPM workers not to interfere in governance; reminds setback in Tripura, Bengal

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CM Pinarayi Vijayan with Kodiyeri Balakrishnan at CPM Kannur district conference

Kannur: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan directed CPM workers that they should not interfere in governance. He was speaking at the CPM Kannur district conference.

The CM also asked the party workers not to interfere in the governance of local bodies or make unnecessary phone calls to police stations. In case of any emergency, the party workers shall inform the party unit, he suggested.

The chief minister had earlier advised the CPM leadership that the party workers should not visit police stations to politically intervene in any case. They also have to step away from interfering in the local body governance, he said.

The CM also referred to the setbacks faced by CPM in Tripura and West Bengal due to the flaws within the party. When the party retained power continuously in Tripura and West Bengal, there were allegations that the party intervened in administration. We have to avoid such an alarming situation in Kerala, he reminded.

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