16 July, 2015
CPI(M) in States
16 July, 2015
Date : 17 - 07 - 2015.
LEFT PARTIES IN GOA TO JOINTLY OBSERVE JULY 20th – ALL INDIA PROTEST DAY
The Himachal Pradesh State Secretariat of The Communist Party of India (Marxist) strongly condemns the state government for cutting of apple trees in Kandroo in Theog and Mandhol in Jubbal-Kotkhai
About 150 state leaders of Four Left Parties of Punjab – CPI, CPI(M), CPM Punjab and CPI(ML) Liberation held a protest dharna at Chief minister Parkash Singh Badal’s residence at Chandigarh led by State Secretaries Comrades Hardev Arshi ( CPI), Charan Singh Virdi ( CPI(M), Mangat Ram Pasla ( CPM Punjab ) & Gurmit Singh Bakhtupur ( CPI(ML) Liberation ). The dharna was organized for lodging protest against the unresponsive attitude of the Badal government towards 15 point demand charter containing just and genuine burning problems of the people – workers, peasants, youth and women etc
A delegation led by Com Brinda Karat, Politburo member of CPI (M) met the Police Commissioner Mr BS Bassi todayand submitted a memorandum in connection with the communally tense situation in Sriram Colony (under PS KhajuriKhas). The delegation included CPI (M) Delhi State Committee members AnuragSaxena, P I Raveendranathan, MaimoonaMollah and residents of Sriram Colony – Rabia Begum, Nargis Begum, Anisa Begum, Meena Begum, Aijaz and Yaqoob.
The process of construction of IIT in Himachal Pradesh is going on in Kamaand area of district Mandi since September 2013. Presently around 650 workers are involved in this process since the beginning of process of construction no labour laws are being followed in this premier institute. Almost 2 years have gone and statutory and mandatory provisions have not been implemented. The role of state govt, District Administration and labour department has been under questions as these all three agencies remained mute spectators to execute the law of the land. Rather these all agencies have been in connivance with the construction company namely supreme construction company and petty contractors.
The J&K State Committee of CPI (M) has described the present Centre’s flood rehabilitation and reconstruction package grossly inadequate and squarely against the expectations of the affected people of Jammu and Kashmir.
As the campaign enters the final lap for the by-elections to the Aruvikkara assembly constituency in Kerala, the LDF candidate and former Assembly Speaker and minister M Vijayakumar is gaining more and more support from the people from all walks of life in a three cornered fight.
Chief minister Manik Sarkar met Prime minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday at South block to demand continuation of the special category status of the states of the North Eastern states.