Law and order: CPM seeks all-party meet
THE CPM has demanded an all-party meeting to discuss what the party called an ?unprecedented crisis arising out of the uncontrolled law and order situation? in the State.india Updated: Oct 26, 2006 16:41 IST
THE CPM has demanded an all-party meeting to discuss what the party called an ‘unprecedented crisis arising out of the uncontrolled law and order situation’ in the State.
The demand was raised in the two-day CPM State committee meeting that got underway in Bhopal on Wednesday. Party’s politburo member Dr MK Pandhe is attending the meeting.
The meeting expressed concern over the reported assaults on police personnel by alleged activists of the RSS and BJP and said such incidents have made a mockery of the law and order in the State.
The party also flayed Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the BJP for ‘abusing official machinery’ in the two by -elections in Vidisha and Bada Malehra.
It noted that the murder of ruling party MLA Kishorilal Verma and assaults on 20 legislators since the party came to power have made the people unsafe.
The meeting condoled the victims of Govindgarh bus accident, Datia tragedy and blasts in Malegaon , Mumbai and Kashmir.
State CPM secretary Bahadur Singh Dhakad presented reports on political and organisational matters to be discussed in the meeting, besides Pramod Pradhan and Jaswinder Singh who presented review reports.
First Published: Oct 26, 2006 16:41 IST