CPIM has become crime party: Naqvi

CPIM has become crime party: Naqvi

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said CPIM has become crime party and they do not believe in democracy. His comments came in the wake of alleged attack on RSS activists by CPIM workers.

Talking to media, Naqvi said the Communist parties are declining world over because they do not believe in democracy.

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