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CPM admits leaving UPA cost it Bengal

Posted by on July 7, 2011 0 Comment

In its first review of the historic defeat of the Left Front government in West Bengal after 32 years, the CPI(M) has virtually accepted that withdrawal of support to the UPA-I government in 2008 allowed the anti-Left forces to come together “to attack the Left in Bengal — the strongest base of the Left in the country”.

It raises the concern that the “loss… can give rise to political confusion and ideological questions” for party members. Asian Age

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