Talk:Communist Party of India
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I have removed the image titled Image:Asf2003k.jpg|thumb|CPI badge shown adjacently fom the main article
as this is a symbol of the CPI (M) (Communist Party of India (Marxist)) and not the CPI. The CPI symbol comprises a sickle and a sheath of corn where as the CPI(M) symbol comprises a sickle and hammer.
- Please separate between election symbol and party symbol. CPI actively uses this symbol, but the elections symbol only at the times of election. On this picture you can clealy read (in Telugu) the name of CPI. --Soman 17:11, 10 July 2005 (UTC)
I've removed: CPI actively pursues policies to ensure that the masses of India remain in abject poverty, since the impoverished people are the traditional vote bank of the party. They oppose any attempts by the government to improve the indian economy. As it seems to be more than slightly POV. Feel free to cite a source for these allegations to reinstate. - FrancisTyers 15:11, 28 July 2005 (UTC)
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