Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala police has given a shocking report that say around 500 Maoists have infiltrated the CPI(M) and held various positions in the party that is in power in Kerala. This has led the party to begin an investigation into the matter.
The recent arrest of two Maoist activists from Kozhikode, who were working for the communist terror group under the grab of CPI(M) members, has opened the eyes of the ruling communist party of Kerala. The CPI(M) drew flak as their own members were found to be working for the ultra-left banned outfit the CPI(Maoist).
Faction meetings of the CPI(M) will begin soon and will include members of the youth wing and the students’ wing of the party. The meeting is mainly to root out the Maoists who are members of CPI(M) and to make a course correction in the party.
Meanwhile, the CPI(M) will oust Alan Shuhaib and Taha Fazal from the party for their involvement with Maoists. The duo was arrested by the police and charged with the stringent UAPA for being in league with the banned CPI(Maoist).
The party has also designated a 3-member commission to investigate the matter.
The Maoists are posing a threat to Kerala with many encounters between the police and the banned organization in the forests of Palakkad and Wayanad. Recently, many Maoists were gunned down by the elite police commando force, Thunder Bolts. However, instead of applauding the police for their work, they are continuously coming under criticism by many leaders and members of the mainstream communist parties.
It seems the communist terrorists, Maoists, have found a safe haven in CPI(M). They could lead normal lives, far from the watch of police, while secretly spreading the philosophy of Maoism.