The National Council of the Bharatiya Janata party will discuss in detail the violent politics by the Communist Party of India (Marxist), in the state.
Party General Secretary P Muralidhar Rao said on Friday that
the party has taken a serious view on about 400 attacks unleashed by that party cadre on the BJP men since the LDF government assumed office about four months ago.
The CPI (M) has failed to learn lessons from the past,and continuing to indulge in violent politics in the state, he said.
Rao hoped the council adopting a resolution on the issue,if possible.
The council would also discuss the upcoming elections in five states, he said.
Expressing confidence of performing well in the five state assembly elections due next year he said the party would be able to form government in key states like Uttar Pradesh ousting Samajwadi Party government headed by Akhilesh Yadav.
Expressing happiness over opening its electoral account in the state in the last assembly poll in the state, the council would discuss ways and means to expand its base in the state,National Secretary H Raja said.
Describing winning of Nemam assembly seat by veteran party leader and former Union Minister O Rajagopal in May 16 poll, a major boost for it, he said the council will explore strategy for further advancing its base.
It was also worth to note that the party was able to enhance its vote share to 15 per cent in the last election as against five per cent poll previously, he said.
Besides, the political scenario favorable to the party as both the principal political formations — the LDF and the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) were losing their grip, he added.
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