Expressing serious concern over the clashes between protestors and shopkeepers at Jalandhar on October 19, the Left Parties appealed for restraint in such situation against designs of the trouble makers and to maintain peace and communal harmony.
CPI(M) in States
Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) is in China attending the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) organised in Beijing, China from 1
The Left Democratic Front (LDF) in Kerala has in its manifesto for the local body elections released in Thiruvananthapuram today promised to provide basic services such as water and electricity for all besides strengthening the health and educational facilities.
The CPI(M) Punjab State Committee has called for maximum participation of people in the dharnas to be held at all district headquarters in Punjab on 12th October, 2015, in support of burning problems of peasants and agricultural workers.
Left Front snatched a significant victory today as it won Siliguri Mahakuma Parishad. Elections to three-tier panchayet in Siliguri sub division in Darjeeling district were held on October 3. Elections in Siliguri were peaceful except for some sporadic incidents. People of the rural and semi-rural areas, tea gardens squarely defeated TMC.
The left parties in Jharkhand, CPI(M), CPI, CPI(ML), RSP, SUCI(C). Marxist Co-ordination Committee met on Sept. 28, represented by their state secretaries and leaders have appealed to the people to maintain harmony and demanded stern actions against those responsible for the present situation.
The Union Minister for Defence Shri Manohar Parrikar gave a categorical assurance to a delegation of women officers of the Navy who met him today along with Brinda Karat (CPI(M) Polit Bureau member), that he fully supports the September 4 High Court judgement for their immediate reinstatement as permanent commission officers.
Comrade Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary, CPI(M) today expressed his fear that the BJP government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi might fan the flames of fundamentalism and deploy divisive tactics to garner Hindu votes in the forthcoming Bihar Assembly elections
The Haryana state committee of CPI(M) has hailed the Supreme Court order staying the draconian and arbitrary conditionalities pertaining to educational qualification and other extraneous conditions like failure of loan return electricity bills etc. for contesting the panchayat elections in the state.
Karnataka CM Siddaramayya claims his is an ‘AHinDa’ (Government of and for Minorities, Backwards and Dalits) Government. But every week events and developments confirm it is anything but true. Two incidents of atrocities on Dalits last week in which CPI(M) intervened bear it out clearly.