New Delhi: After losing their stronghold in West Bengal and Kerala, the Communist Party of India CPI (M) aims to bring amendments in its ideologies, while keeping in mind the changing political scenarios in the country. The final shape to the process will be given by November.

Even though not many changes are expected in the ideologies, the CPI (M) leaders are giving a serious thought to the reasons behind the party debacle in West Bengal.

In a two-day politburo meet which ended on Tuesday, the CPI (M) leaders came up with their suggestions in this context. After giving the final shape to the ideologies, it will be placed before the party’s Central Committee between November 11 and November 13.

A team of leaders will prepare the final draft and present it to the central committee. The CPI (M) members held wide discussion on the draft prepared by Sitaram Yechury.

Meanwhile, the party supported Wall Street Movement and the protest held by the Maruti workers. Accusing Haryana government, the party leaders said that the state government along with Japan based company is exploiting the workers.

Raising questions on LK Advani’s ‘Jan Chetna Yatra’, the CPI (M) leaders said that BS Yeddyurappa arrest has revealed the corruption within the BJP and therefore, the party is no different than UPA. The party will protest against corruption, inflation and strong Lokpal Bill from November 1-7.

JPN/Bureau