Support 'Left' candidates

Updated on Apr 29, 2004 09:07 PM IST

Alleging that the state govt was anti-people, CPI(ML) Red Flag leader KN Ramachandra has asked the people to support the 'Left'.

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PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Kochi, Kerala

CPI(ML) Red Flag All India Secretary KN Ramachandran on Wednesday asked the electorate in Kerala to support the 'left front' candidates, in the May 10 Lok Sabha election.

Addressing a press conference here, Ramachandran said the left front consisting of All India Forward Bloc and BTR-EMS-AKG Janakeeya Vedi, had fielded 15 candidates from various parliamentary constituencies in the state.

He said they had also decided to support the CPI(ML) Liberation candidate who is in the fray from Palakkad parliamentary constituency.

Alleging that the state government was implementing the anti-people policies of the Centre, he said during 1998-2001 the LDF government had also implemented the anti-people policies of the NDA government.

Left Front would organise agitations if the new government to be formed after the election continued with the globalisation polices and also against the state government if it pursued with anti-people policies, he said.

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