Parliamentary Naxalites come closer
Statesman News Service
KOLKATA, March 23: The recent developments in Singur and Nandigram have given mainstream Naxalite groups an opportunity to come together and form an alliance to combat state-sponsored terrorism in the state and other parts of the country.
The groups which differ from each other on most political and economic issues, have already initiated dialogues on the formation of a Revolutionary Left Democratic Forum, said Mr KN Ramachandran, central executive member of the CPI-ML. He addressed a Press conference at Kolkata Press club on Nandigram and Singur issue today.
Top leaders of the party including Mr Kanu Sanyal are discussing with the chiefs of other CPI-ML groups about the need to form a “people’s front” in the country. He, however, made it clear that CPI-Maoist, should not be included in the front, if formed.