Chennai: CPI-M's Tamil Nadu unit state conference to be held here from February 16-19 would formulate the party's 'tactical political' line in the state, which goes to assembly polls early next year, its General Secretary G Ramakrishnan said today.
The conference would take stock of the political situation
in the state and formulate a tactical political line for the party, he told reporters here.
Top national leaders of the party, including General Secretary Prakash Karat and Sitaram Yechury, would participate, he added.
CPI-M contested the 2011 assembly elections in alliance
with ruling AIADMK but chose to go alone with CPI in the Lok Sabha polls last year.
Ramakrishnan, criticising the cut in allocation to the health sector by the Centre, said the NDA Government's approach to the national health policy was skewed.
"The policy appears good. But how are they going to implement it. What is the plan to implement it?" he asked.
Citing a cut in the number of panchayat unions where the
MNREGA was being implemented now in the state from 385 to 98, he said the Centre's move would hit hard the rural farm labourers.
All such things were aspects of the faulty new liberal economic policy being pursued by the BJP like its predecessor the Congress and now the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu, he charged.