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Drug Policy-Obscuring the Central Issue

November 30, 1985 battle, the overall repercussions of the current confrontation between the two parties can hardly be congenial to the success of the CPI(M), i e, the Left Front, candidate. If it manages to snatch this traditional CPI(M) scat after its spectacular performance in the Lok Sabha elections, the Congress(l) would thereby score a political and moral victory over the Left Front in the state. This would certainly cloud the entire political perspective of the CPI(M)'s draft political resolution which visualises the Left Front government's steady advance as the main political lever of political successes for the CPI(M) and its allies. The by-election due on December 16, that is just about a week before the CPI(M) congress, is indeed a critical test for the party, Drug Policy Obscuring the Central Issue A Correspondent writes:

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