Anil Biswas (politician)

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Anil Biswas
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Anil Biswas
Born (1944-03-02)2 March 1944
Died 26 March 2006(2006-03-26) (aged 62)
Nationality Indian
Other names Keru
Occupation Politician

Anil Biswas (nickname "Keru"; 2 March 1944, Karimpur, India – 26 March 2006, Kolkata, India) was an Indian politician. He was the secretary of the West Bengal State Committee of Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) and member of the party's Polit Bureau beginning in 1998. He was the editor of Marxbadi Path the theoretical quarterly in Bengal. He hailed from a village in Nadia District of West Bengal. He was known to be a deft strategist of the party.

He died on 26 March 2006 after being hospitalised by a brain haemorrhage on 18 March.

His body was donated to NRS Medical College and Hospital according to his last wishes. He is survived by his wife Gita and daughter Ajanta.

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