â€œThe BJP would not be able to do anything new in state till the next parliament election. There was all probability that after parliament poll the internal feud in state BJP would increase thus forcing some unhappy leaders to move out of party. At that point to unite all such forces having opposition to BJP and Congress the CPM would build a third front in state to counter the pro-capitalists. Based on this, the party has decided to expand and strengthen its base in state during its 13th state conference, concluded at Rampur Bushahr in Shimla district.â€
KUMARHATTI: This was stated by the veteran CPM leader, Mr. Kuldeep Singh here today while briefing about the party conference. The first task before party was to expand its presence in grass root level. Fore this purpose party would launch state wide jan sangresh for public cause, said Mr. Singh who was the chairman of party welcome party for state conference.
Meanwhile Mr. Rakesh Singha has been elected Secretary of state party. The seven membersâ€™ state secretariat committee includes: Mr. Rakesh Singha, Thakur Kashmir Singh, Dr. Onkaar Shaad, Mr. Tikender Panwar, Mr. Khushaal Bhardwaj, Mr. Kuldeep Tanwar and Mr. Prem Gautam.
Dr. Onkaar Shaad, Mr. Tikender Panwar, Mr. Khushaal Bhardwaj and Mr. Prem Gautam have been elected in four members committee to take part in party All India Conference in Coimbatore by this month end.
During occasion the veteran party leaders; Mr. Ram Asra, Mr. Sunder Lohiya and Mr. Kuldeep Singh were honoured for their contribution in party.