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"The RSP is at dismay as to why and how any Left party worth the name could express its unilateral post-haste willingness to lend support to a party which has not so far expressed even its desire to part with its retrograde socio-economic policies and approach towards communalism of any hue," the RSP central committee said at the end of its three-day meet here.
At a news conference, the party general secretary, K. Pankajakshan, and other senior leaders said they were surprised by the statement of the CPI (M) general secretary, Harkishan Singh Surjeet, that he would also strive for a third front. "Let there be unity among the Left parties first. There is no Left Front at the national level. The CPI (M) should strive for a united Left Front," they said.
The central committee discussed the issue at length and said there was no proposal before it from the Congress for any consideration including what about the conditions for any alliance or understanding or its stand on economic reforms.
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