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പ്രകാശ് കാരാട്ട് | An Indian communist politician. The General Secretary of the CPI(M) since 2005.
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Karat defies BJP, says will wear 'anti-national' badge with honour
New Delhi, Feb. 15 : With the JNU protests taking a political colour post Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's claim that the event had the backing of LeT chief Hafiz Sayeed, CPI (M) leader Prakash Karat on Monday questioned the Centre's definition of nationalism and said that they would prefer to wear the 'anti-national' badge with honour. read more
CPI (M) being targeted for opposing 'Hindutva ideology': Karat
New Delhi, Feb. 15 : Taking potshots at the BJP-led government over the threat call received late last night at his party's office in Delhi, Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Prakash Karat on Monday alleged that they are being targeted for opposing the imposition of 'Hindutva ideology' in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). read more
'Biased' NIA should've opposed Aseemanand's bail: CPI (M)
New Delhi, Aug 12 - The Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) on Wednesday alleged that the NIA is taking a biased position on Swami Aseemanand and said that the agency should have opposed his bail in connection with the Samjhauta blasts case. read more
BJP pursuing 'Hindutva agenda' under RSS pressure: CPI (M)
Agartala (Tripura), Mar. 16 : CPI (M) politburo member Prakash Karat has accused the ruling BJP at the Centre of pursuing the Hindutva agenda under RSS pressure and said it is strange that those who had no role to play in the Indian freedom struggle had now become the proponents of nationalism. read more

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