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Friday October 21, 2011 05:25:55 PM, IANS

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New Delhi: A day after Muammar Gaddafi was killed, the Left parties Friday accused the US-NATO combine for launching a "blatant aggression" for a regime change to gain control over oil reserves and for strategic dominance.

"The main aim of the US-NATO intervention in Libya has been fulfilled with the killing of Gaddafi," the Communist Party of India-Maxist (CPI-M) said in a statement.

"From the outset, the blatant aggression of the US-NATO was to effect a regime change in Libya even though it was proclaimed as an intervention to save the Libyan people and for establishment of democracy."

The party labelled the West's claim that Gaddafi's killing marked the end of despotic rule as "sheer hypocrisy" and contended that "it is the US and its allies which prop up the most despotic regimes".

The party argued that it was for the Libyan people to decide what type of government and political system they want.

"This is not something which can be imposed by the US and NATO by force of arms."

The CPI-ML (Liberation) blamed NATO-backed fighters for Gaddafi's killing "in cold blood". It was "ironic that such a blatant war crime is being welcomed by the imperialist US and its allies".

"The US-NATO aggression on Libya is yet another instance when the imperialist quest for oil and strategic dominance in the region is being dressed up as an altruistic support for democratic regime change," said party general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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