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Friday, July 08, 2005

A welcome move.

From Deepika Global
Hitting out against the ''double standards'' of Marxists in Kerala, the Youth Congress today announced to send a panel to West Bengal to study the policies of the ruling CPI(M) in controversial areas.

Addressing a press conference here, Youth Congress State President K P Anilkumar said the panel would study contentious programmes like self-financing and foreign investments. He informed this against the backdrop of the continuing violent strikes by the Marxists in Kerala.

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