CPI(M) in States
The CAG Report on the three private power distribution companies in Delhi has exposed the fraud practiced by them in collusion with the Sheila Dikshit Government and the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC).
It is shocking to note that instead of allowing merit to prevail both the previous BJP and incumbent Congress governments are bent to allow mediocracy by allowing 3rd division students to be appointed as teachers.
At a press meet held in Visakhapatnam, CPI(M) MP Jitendra Choudhary, CPI(M) Andhra Pradesh state secretariat member Ch. Narasinagrao and Visakhapatnam dist. secretary K. Lokanadham, condemned the TDP government in Andhra Pradesh and BJP-led NDA government at the Centre for paving the way for corporate loot of precious natural resources.
In a move of blatant repression, the Andhra Pradesh police arrested CPI(M) State Secretary P Madhu on August 12 morning as he got down from a train in Srikakulam. He was moved from one police station to another and detained for more than 10 hours
Four Left Parties -- CPI, CPI(M), CPM (Punjab) and CPI(ML)-Liberation -- organized a big Convention at Barnala in Malwa Region of Punjab on 10th August, 2015 to seek suggestions for deciding the future form of struggle on the 15 points Charter of Demands.
This incident depicts, how frenzy based superstition and blind faith can reach the peak of cruelty and violence. This heinous killing took place late night of 7th Aug, 2015 a day before state was to celebrate Tribal Day.
Expose: The BJP has used photographs of persons killed inside bomb-making units of RSS in Kannur to accuse the CPI(M) in Kerala of violence The RSS and BJP have sponsored an exhibition in New Delhi on the 4th and
5th of August 2015 on “communist violence” in Kerala. The purported aim is to argue, as Mr Amit Shah did at the inauguration, that CPI(M) in Kerala is unable to tolerate dissent and practices the killing of its political opponents. It has presented many photographs in the exhibition, mostly of deceased BJP activists.
The Punjab State Secretariat of the Communist Party Of India (Marxist) has strongly condemned the terrorist attack at Dina Nagar police station killing seven persons including S. P. (Detective), Baljit Singh and three security personnel and three citizens and wounding 10 others.