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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Advocate and political observer Adv Jayashankar on his Facebook post has criticised CPM for the spiritual leanings of some of its leaders. He has made the comment against the backdrop of the reports that Kodiyeri performed Shatru Samhara pooja at his house.

“Can Communists love someone?”, Comrade EMS was asked this question. Yes…if it is for Communism –pat came the reply. This is party line. You can do anything for Communism.

In order to make great Indian revolution a success and make socialism a reality, many sacrifices will have to be made. Sometimes Shathrudosha Parihara Puja, Mrithyunjaya Homam, Sudarshana Kriya and even black magic will have to be done.

Sometimes such tactics may be needed to baffle bourgeois. That is why Kadakampally had darshan at Guruvayur temple and Sudhakaran wrote English poem on Sabarimala Shastha. Experts and fools will say many things but comrades should not believe that,” says his post

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