Yes, under Jayaprakash Narayan, a big figure who I met through my uncle also but he had flirted with the left earlier but didn't stay there. I think he was put off by the communist lack of interest in democracy. Then among the Communist Party representative Satyen Sen S-A-T-Y-E-N S-E-N. Like everyone in Bengal, he was known by some nickname and my uncle was called Kankar, he was called Lankar L-A-N-K-A-R and that was his name so Lankar Mama as we called him because we don't distinguish between the cousin of mother and the brother of mother. So he was quite close to the family. He was in the Communist Party, stayed on, very dedicated. In fact after the Partition, he was very critical of people who moved from East Pakistan to India because he thought it was our duty stay on there and construct a secular egalitarian society. So he stayed on.