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What is the guiding philosophy of the CommunistParty of India (Marxist)?
The communist party of India is one of the oldest party of the nation.
a. It was formed in 1925.
b. They rely on the principles of philosophers like Marxism and Leninism, secularism and democracy.
c. They are against secessionism ( Separation) and Communalism.
d. They believe that democracy could be achieved through parliamentary methods.
e. They promote the demands of the working class, farmers and the poor.
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