Kannur : Efforts will continue to form a democratic Left alternative in the country; secular alliances shall be strengthened, said CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury.
Plans shall be charted to tide over the Hindutva agenda. In Hindi-speaking belts, party activism shall be widened by working among people at grassroots. As a first step, meeting shall soon be convened of party secretaries in those states.
Fascist forces seek to polarise people along communal lines. They are repressing problems caused to lives of ordinary people. CPI(M) shall take up those problems. For this, party shall widen activities at grassroots level.
Fighting communal polarisation necessitates political, ideological and cultural interventions. Communal wave is catching up not just in northern states. In northeastern states like Assam too, the malady is gaining ground.
It became possible to make strong interventions pertaining to farmers protest against agricultural laws. In prelude to protest in Delhi, Long March conducted from Nasik to Mumbai was completed successfully. That Long March proved effective in coordinating the protest by various farm organisations, said Yechury at the press conference in Kannur.