your understanding of the relationship between a party and a mass organisation as well as winning/losing elections is warped and outdated. If the SFI is to be a channel between the party and the JNU students, the water in that channel should not flow only in one direction: i.e. from the party to the students. when JNU students voice their concerns through election mandates, the party should also listen. when the party stops listening to election verdicts and starts abusing the voters as "middle class", "petty bourgeois" etc. it only reflects political bankruptcy. that is what has happened in west bengal too.
if SFI in JNU is middle class, what are two former JNUSU Presidents from the SFI JNU doing in the Polit Bureau of the working class party?? there is nothing wrong in being a student from the middle class who consciously adopts a working class outlook. the problem really is with dull party hacks like you who waste their time posting sectarian comments in this website against the JNU students on behalf of the CPIM, thus alienating them further away from the party. don't you have anything better to do??
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