CPIM makes its presence felt in the PRI elections



Shimla: The HP unit of CPIM claims to have made its presence felt in the recently concluded PRI elections in the state. The party has won many seats in the concluded elections and it shows that the base of the party is increasing day by day. While addressing media persons here today the state secretariat member of the party Tikendra Panwar claimed that in over 15 district panchayats (Zila Parishads), over 25 block panchayats (BDC members) and more than 75 Panchayat presidents & vice presidents are CPIM members or are the ones who have been supported by the party. The results have proven that the CPIM occupies the space of third party politics in the state.

The CPIM has stated that the elected members will try to provide an alternative form of intervention in the Panchayati Raj Institutions. They will work for more democracy and greater involvement of the people. The focus would also be laid upon raising the demand of more funds for developmental activities in the countryside. The CPIM has also ridiculed both BJP and the Congress for making exaggerated claims of their victory. The ruling BJP tried all its maneuvers, but could not help the erosion of its vote share. The BJP has got a severe drubbing from the people. The CPIM leader stated that it was keeping a strict vigil on the developments of the formation of the chairpersons for various blocks and zila parishads. It will vote for those who have an impeccable record of serving the people and have clear credentials.

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