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difference CPI and CPM?

ANSWER TO THE ABOVE QUESTION The original communist party in India which was then known as Communist Party of India (C.P.I.) underwent a major split in 1964 following the 1962 Chinese Aggression of India. Pro-Chinese moderates and activists went out, forming their own communist party, the Communist Party of India (Marxist), which later came to be known as C.P.M. On the next round, the activists went out, forming Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist), now being known as C.P.I.M.L. The schism and splitting are continuing. Really Marx, Lenin or Mao had nothing to do with these breakings away, it was all outcomes of denial of internal democracy and equality to members of the party. During the major split in 1964, almost all leaders continued in CPI and the majority of ordinary members went out to the newly formed CPM, perhaps to breath at last. The CPI has always been considered a pro-moscoist party though the CPM during the years has shed off pro-chinese inclinations. It well knows that the pacifistic Indian mind won't tolerate aggressive revolutionary tendencies. Both these two major communist parties have since then found their sequestered shades in the Indian democratic parliamentary process. But the chief difference between CPI and CPM now is thought to be the degrees of cadre quality they retain. Because it is a communist party with lesser people, the CPI has been somewhat successful in retaining rudiments of communist style cadre quality. But in it's haste to become a massive popular party, CPM adopted the policy that any one can take membership in it, which caused it's cadre quality to loosen fast. With regard to membership, it is now a democratic party in which any one can take membership. But as regard to discipline, though it is now a democratic party, it adheres to cadre party discipline laws allowing no freedom of speech to members, which contradiction is the sole reason for the turmoil now in that party. As it would seem, there are no prominent ideological and theoretical differences between these two parties. Actually they share partnership in a National Alliance as well as sharing cabinetships in two states. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_CPI_and_CPIM#ixzz1ZuKRQtAP

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