(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
June 30, 2013
CPI(M) Delegation in
delegation of the
CPI(M) led by Prakash Karat, general secretary, visited
The delegation had
the Central leaders of the CPC in
In these meetings,
the CPC leaders
appraised the delegation about the decisions of the 18th
National Congress of
the CPC held in November last year which had elected a new
the matters discussed were the plans
for doubling the GDP and the per capita income in the period
2010 to 2020. This
The CPC leaders
praised the role of the
CPI(M) in strengthening relations between
The CPC leaders informed the delegation that a mass line campaign involving the entire party is set to be launched. This campaign which will be undertaken at all levels of the party will go to the people with the decisions taken to achieve the goals set out by the party Congress. The campaign will also hear the views and suggestions from the broad masses which will help the party and cadres to correct and rectify any wrong trends.
asserted the need for
closer cooperation, economic ties and people to people
The CPI(M) delegation visited the office of the Central Commission for the Discipline Inspection of the CPC. It exchanged views with Li Yufu, deputy secretary of the Commission, on the work related to anti-corruption activities and for clean governance.
The delegation held talks with Ai Ping, the vice minister of the International Department of the CPC, where matters of mutual interest and the strengthening of relations between the two parties were discussed.
Prakash Karat also visited the History Research Centre of the CPC Central Committee and discussed with its Deputy Director General Gao Yong Zhong on the decisions of the 18th National Congress of the CPC and the building of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
visited two provinces
Meetings were held with the provincial party leaders in both the provinces where the delegation got to know about the steps being taken to implement the decisions taken at the 18th National Congress both at the party and government levels.
The CPI(M) delegation’s visit and discussions have strengthened the fraternal relations between the two parties.