Kannur: CPI(M) State Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan
on Saturday said the party`s state committee had not complained to
the Central leadership about senior leader V S Achuthanandan`s
public postures on some issues and termed reports in this
regard as `a creation of the media.`
"Reports that the CPI(M) state committee has given a
complaint to the central leadership is a creation of the
media," he told reporters here.
Vijayan said CPI(M) takes a very serious view of leakage of
party deliberations to media, "most of which are incorrect."
The CPI(M), he said, was probing the sources of such leakage.
Vijayan said LDF would hold a state-wide agitation from
August 29, demanding resignation of Chief Minister Oommen
Chandy in the wake of a Vigilance court order to investigate
his role in the palmolein oil import deal.
He said Deputy leader of CPI(M) in the assembly Kodiyeri
Balakrishnan`s statement demanding that Chandy relinquish the
vigilance portfolio had not caused any confusion. He had
demanded chandy`s resignation on the same day, he said.
Vijayan said expelled leader `Berlin` Kunhananthan Nair is
not a CPI(M) worker and the party has no connection with him,
Achuthanandan`s recent visit to Nair`s home at Kanhangad
and his stand on disciplinary action against party workers in
Kasaragod, who organised demonstrations in his favour after
being denied a ticket to contest the assembly poll initially
had caused much heartburn to the party leadership.