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Nandigram: RSP leaders meet CPI(M) counterparts

New Delhi, Jan. 31 (PTI): A review of the performance of the UPA government and the prevailing political situation today came up for discussion when the RSP leadership met their CPI(M) counterparts here.

The Central Committee of the RSP, which is meeting here, is understood to have taken a strong view on the lack of implementation of the "pro-people" promises the ruling Congress-led coalition has made in the Common Minimum Programme.

RSP sources said the party had earlier taken a hardline against the continuance of support to the UPA Government as well as on participating in the Left-UPA Coordination Committee, saying there was no point if "pro-people and pro-poor" policies were not implemented.

The top RSP leadership today met CPI(M) leaders, including General Secretary Prakash Karat, at the latter's headquarters and raised their concerns on economic issues, including on the Special Economic Zones (SEZ).

Besides their opposition to the present SEZ law and the rules governing it, the issue has also highlighted differences among the ruling Left Front partners in West Bengal particularly on Nandigram. The proposed Tata Motors plant at Singur does not fall under SEZ.

The four Left parties, supporting the Manmohan Singh Government from outside, have identified over 27 areas which they feel have not received enough attention of the Centre.

The parties are in the process of drafting specific proposals containing their suggestions and plan to hand it over to Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the first week of February.

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posted by Bimal 31.1.07,


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