CPM finds fault with Centre

In a statement issued by the politburo on Wednesday, the party has held the Central government responsible for alienating tribals.

Pointing out that a proper coordination against Maoist attacks being the Central government’s responsibility, the party has asked the home minister to refrain from blaming states for the Maoist devastation.    

Blaming the Centre for alienating tribals, the CPM said: “The policies of the Central government are harming the interests of the tribal people. The displacement of the tribal people and the loss of their livelihood and habitats are a direct result of the policy of the Central government to indiscriminately throw open all these areas for mining operations, legal and illegal.”

Condemning the Dantewada massacre, the CPM said, “given the fact that the Maoists are conducting their armed operations in seven states, it becomes the responsibility of the Central government to ensure a coordinated response and for providing adequate assistance through the Central police forces.” However, the party has resolved to continue its ideological fight against the rebels.

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