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Mr. Krushchev to the Indian Parliarment, 21 November 1955:
“We are often accused of trying to export communist ideas to other countries; many other stupid things are said about us. … The question arises of who launches these fabrications about the Soviet Union and why. They are launched by the reactionary circles so as to browbeat people by false rumours of a communist menace, to whip up war hysteria. … in our country far from all people are members of the Party or the Komsomol, and we do not strive for this. But the entire population of our country have united around the Communist Party, rightly regarding it as their organiser and leader. The people and the Party are inseparable in our country …”
Mr. Bulganin, and Mr. Khrushchev. “(x) Extracts from Speeches by Mr. Bulganin and Mr. Khrushchev on their Tour of India, Burma and Afghanistan, November-December 1955.” Documents on International Affairs 1955. Noble Frankland, ed. London: Oxford University Press, 1958. 486-503.