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Youths urged to join Communist movement

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NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Feb 22 � �The public is weary of the government policies meant for the benefit of the corporate world at the cost of public services. The resounding victory of AAP in Delhi�s Assembly elections is the outcome of this public anger which can also be replicated in Assam. For this the youth must join the Communist movement for a viable alternative in the political space of the State.� This was stated by veteran Communist leader Saifuddin Ali Hazarika, who had rejoined the CPI after 23 years of wilderness, at the 22nd conference of the party�s Lakhimpur district committee here on Saturday.

The two-day conference began with the hoisting of the CPI flag at the party office by district president Girindra Upadhyay. A plenary session was held on that occasion on the premises of the CPI office and it was attended by Bhogeswar Dutta, state-level leader of the party.

Speakers at the session came down heavily at the economic policies of the Central government and its various stands on land acquisition, big dam construction and ending subsidies. They urged the youth of the State to join the Communist movement to bring social justice and economic independence of the masses, including free education and healthcare.

The meeting was chaired by Girindra Upadhyay where speakers like Rohinee Goswami, Sobheswar Phookan and Arup Kalita also delivered their lectures.

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Youths urged to join Communist movement

NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Feb 22 � �The public is weary of the government policies meant for the benefit of the corporate world at the cost of public services. The resounding victory of AAP in Delhi�s Assembly elections is the outcome of this public anger which can also be replicated in Assam. For this the youth must join the Communist movement for a viable alternative in the political space of the State.� This was stated by veteran Communist leader Saifuddin Ali Hazarika, who had rejoined the CPI after 23 years of wilderness, at the 22nd conference of the party�s Lakhimpur district committee here on Saturday.

The two-day conference began with the hoisting of the CPI flag at the party office by district president Girindra Upadhyay. A plenary session was held on that occasion on the premises of the CPI office and it was attended by Bhogeswar Dutta, state-level leader of the party.

Speakers at the session came down heavily at the economic policies of the Central government and its various stands on land acquisition, big dam construction and ending subsidies. They urged the youth of the State to join the Communist movement to bring social justice and economic independence of the masses, including free education and healthcare.

The meeting was chaired by Girindra Upadhyay where speakers like Rohinee Goswami, Sobheswar Phookan and Arup Kalita also delivered their lectures.