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For the first time in its history, the state leadership of the CPI-M will hoist the national flag at its headquarters in Alimuddin and at all other party offices across the state on the occasion of the 75th year of the independence of India. The central committee gave the authorization to the state, after a written proposal from the left-wing leader and former provincial deputy Sujan Chakrborty.

At the party’s central committee meeting, which ended on Sunday, the proposal to hoist the national flag on Independence Day was approved. With this approval, the state committee will hoist the national flag for the first time in its history at its headquarters on Alimuddin Street as well as in all other districts and branches of the state, CPI-M sources said.

Sujan Chakraborty said: “We will be celebrating the 75th Independence Day and it will be celebrated by the party statewide, from the party headquarters on Alimuddin Street. In the past this has been done, but not as a decision to celebrate it everywhere. ”

Meanwhile, the Left Front central committee demanded a response on the party’s strategy that led to the election debacle in the recently concluded Assembly polls, saying the left-wing state leadership had concerns. problems related to the strategy when managing the ballots.

Heads of state were asked why such an electoral debacle took place in Bengal. The CPI-M-led Left Front and its ally Congress failed to win any seats in Assembly polls this year, while another alliance partner, ISF, failed to win a seat. only one seat. Criticism was rife over the CPI-M’s decision to enlist in the ISF, which was considered community-based, and did not appeal the Muslim vote bank.