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    Govt in a turmoil over issues, CPI-CPM nexus tottering

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    Thiruvananthapuram: The government is in the thick of controversies of late debilitating even the stability of the coalition. Chief Minister and home department are the prime targets.

    Just as CPI lined up against the government more intensely than the Opposition, the lifeline link between CPI and CPM has weakened unlike ever.

    With Chief Minister and CPI leader are not ready for a rapprochement, other leaders are waiting for the intervention of Central leadership.

    CPI responded sternly to Maoist killings in Attapadi, and imposing of UPA on two students. CPI grouses that Chief Minister paid no attention to their demands.

    CPM, however, retorted that the stance taken by CPI only helped intensify the attack of the Opposition in the house.

    Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, the go-to man between two parties, who is currently under treatment abroad made matters difficult.

    CPI alleges that CPM is only interested in garnering its political advantages.

    CPI sought magisterial probe in the Maoist killing along the lines of Supreme Court order.

    Police lapses in the killing can be assessed only after magisterial, and crime branch report.

    Though LDF is against UPA, how an elected government could not implement the law, they ask.

    CPI is trying to corner Chief Minister further, even after he has disowned Chief Secretary’s article on Maoist killing, CPM camp grouses.

    CPI argues that since assuming power, police and home department have tarnished the image of the government, and the Chief Minster paid no attention to their recommendations.

    Chief Minister overly relies on his advisers and the police, but this cannot be allowed to continue, CPI argues.

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