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KASARAGOD:  The three-day district conference of the CPI, which will formally begin at Chattamchal here from February 11, will discuss the emerging political scenario in the state and the developmental aspirations of Kasaragod. The CPI, after the previous district meet at Neeleshwaram in 2015, had successfully intervened in matters of public interest, district secretary Govindan Pallikappil told a press conference here on Wednesday.

CPI national executive member K E Ismail would inaugurate the meet, being hosted as a precursor to the 23rd party congress in Kollam from April 25, on Sunday evening. The “Red Volunteer” march would reach the venue of the meeting on that day, he said.

The two-day party delegates meet at the Panchajanyam auditorium at nearby Thalaklayi would get under way with party national executive member Binoy Viswam opening the conference.

Senior party leaders, including Ministers E. Chandrasekharan, V.S. Sunil Kumar, P. Thilothaman, and Pannian Ravindran and Satyan Mokeri would take part in the delegates session scheduled to be attended by 163 representatives.

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