CPI Laments on it’s Stunted growth

via HK published on March 25, 2008

HYDERABAD: Communist Party of India’s 20th Party Congress is going on in Hyderabad for past few days. In the self evaluation report submitted by Party Secretary Sudhakara Reddy, they admits

The growth of the party is stunted , when 1000 new members join the party, the same amount bids good bye.

The biggest challenge the party is facing is the lack of interest of party members in politics and the decline of idealistic influences.

The number of people quitting the party has increased

The party became male dominated

The report also criticizes for financial irregularities committed by leaders who opt to take huge funds from Big shots which cause problems for the party in future.

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