In 2016 Elections for Left Assembly, results indicate that Left Front has won. All India CPM Leaders, Mr. Sitaram Yechury and Mr. Prakash Karat may be having tears of joy (Ananda bAshpams) in one eye for winning in Kerala, and tears of grief (rakta kannIru) for losing in Bengal. Even in Kerala, there are going to be in-fightings between the factions of Shri Achyutanandan its 92 years old Opposition Leader, and Shri Pinarayi Vijayan, its 71 years old Election Campaigner. Here is one news report which depicts the dilemma for CPIM: http://www.thenewsminute.com/article/vs-or-pinarayi-how-cpim-may-decide-keralas-next-cm-if-ldf-wins-43443 .
ABOUT LOSS IN BENGALIrrespective of successes or failures at the outings in the Elections to the Bengal Assembly, All India CPM, and its Bengal Unit, should not have entered into electoral adjustments with Congress. This is not because India is to have CONGRESS-MUKT-BHARAT (India liberated from the Congress Party), but because, such adjustments conflict with Marxist and Socialist goals. The real goal should be BOURGEOISIE PARTIES MUKT BHARAT.
By aligning with Congress in Bengal, CPM's top Leadership and its Bengal Unit have sent a very very bad message to the Bengal voters, that CPM is not truly leftist.
ABOUT VICTORY IN KERALAThere will be nothing to rejoice about this victory, irrespective of whether Shri Achyutanandan or Shri Pinarayi Vijayan becomes Chief Minister.
REASONS: State Governments in India cannot, really, do anything. Most Indian States are financially bankrupt, with probable exception of Maharashtra and Telangana. Indian Constitution and Indian Laws place larger burdens on States, when compared to Government of India. But whenver some good development takes place, Centre may try to take credit for that growth.
The performances of States are crippled by Centre, which interprets every event/incident which takes place in a State, on the basis of whether the State is ruled by itself (Party In Power) or ruled by Opposition. Everything done by a State ruled by an Opposition Party will be wrong in the eyes of the PIP at Centre.
In Telugu language, there is a verse by 13th Century Telugu poet 'Baddena', in his Sumati Satakam (A collection of 100 verses).
eppuDu tappulu vedakeDu ఎప్పుడు తప్పులు వెదకెడు
appurushuni kolva kUDad adi eTlannan అప్పురుషుని కొల్వకూడదది ఎట్లన్నన్
sappambu paDaga nIDana సప్పంబు పడగ నీడన
kappa vasimcu vidhamu kadarA sumatI. కప్ప వసించిన విధంబు కదరా సుమతీ.
ENGLISH GIST: A person should not serve a master, who relentlessly finds faults in servant's actions. The Poet gave the example of proof: It will be like a frog living under the hood of a snake. (Inference: The snake will devor or swallow it at any moment).
EXAMPLE OF SLAVERY OF MR. CHANDRA BABU NAIDU
Centre's help in all matters is undependable, even if a State supports party in Power at Centre. Example: Mr. Chandra Babu Naidu acts like a slave of the PIP at Centre. He has his TDP Cabinet Minister in the Union Cabinet. Yet, the PIP at Centre has gone back from the promises made by its own leaders, and the items included in its own Manifesto, on the help to be given to the Residual Andhra Pradesh, which was made a sort of orphan both by BJP and Congress jointly, by passing Bifurcation Bill in Lok Sabha, closing doors of the House.
STORY OF WOLF AND GOAT
In Telugu language, there is also a legendary story of 'wolf and goat'. Its gist:
A goat was drinking water at a stream. A wolf found it, and it wanted to kill it. It said to the goat:
'You are polluting the water which I am drinking. Hence, I shall punish you.'
The goat replied: 'I am drinking water downstream. You are drinking water upstream. How can I contaminate your drinking water?'
The wolf said: 'This stream belongs to our ancestors. You are stealing water from my property. Hence I shall punish you.'
The foolish goat ought to have run away. In the meantime, the wolf finished the goat.
The recent introduction of President's rule in Arunachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand proves this intolerance of the PIPs Centre (irrespective of whether Congress is in power or BJP is in power). History proves it: The first non-Congress Government of Nambudripad in Kerala, was removed during Nehru-Indira Gandhi regime.
WHAT SHOULD BE THE RIGHT COURSE for LEFT PARTIES?
Left parties should contest only Lok Sabha Elections to start with. They should concentrate only on principles of Marxism and Socialism. They must try to convince people about the advantages of REMOVING RIGHT TO PRIVATE PROPERTY, CONVERTING PRAYER HOUSES INTO RICE GODOWNS, CREATION OF CONSTITUENCIES ON THE BASIS OF PROLETARIAT CLASSIFICATION INSTEAD OF GEOGRAPHICAL CONSTITUENCIES, REDUCING THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION (probably conversion of prayer houses into food grain godowns), REMOVAL OF THE INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE, BRINGING UP ALL CHILDREN IN STATE-CARE, REMOVAL OF MONEY etc. etc..
The doubts of people should be cleared. It will not be easy to convince people. Yet, intellectual upgradation of the people alone, is the solution, even if it be late.
WHAT WILL BE THE appropriate TIME FOR LEFT PARTIES TO CONTEST TO ASSEMBLIES?
Winning in States and Rajya Sabha are also important for introducing drastic Constitutional Amendments. But coming into power in States, without coming into power at Centre will be futile. Proof: After ruling Bengal for nearly 35 years, CPM has finally reached where? It could not satisfy people. Today, both the people of Bengal, and Indian Citizens outside Bengal, blame CPM for the under-development in Bengal, as if other States are paragons of virtue, and Bengal alone is a hell.
DO YOU WANT DICTATORSHIP IN THE NAME OF COMMUNISM ?
LEFT parties can contest with one another. In course of time, people reject bourgeoisie parties. Keeping this principle in mind, we can encourage large number of Left Parties in India. On the basis of this principle, even CPI and CPM can AGREE to STAY SEPARATE, and COMPETE WITH ONE ANOTHER.
Subject to corrections and deletions. A lot more is to be added. To continue. सशेष. ఇంకా ఉంది.