Lakhs of people turned out through the state of Kerala in response to the call given by the Left & Democratic Front to protest against demonetization and attempts to dismantle the cooperative banking sector.
The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the action of the Madhya Pradesh police and administration in preventing the Chief Minister of Kerala, Comrade Pinarayi Vijayan, from attending a felicitation function in Bhopal.
An exhibition exposing the actual face of the RSS was inaugurated here in New Delhi today by CPI(M) General Secretary, Sitaram Yechury. Titled “Mounting Terror: The Real Face of the RSS” the exhibition seeks to give a glimpse into the history of the violent activities of the Sangh in Kerala, which identified in the Communists, especially the CPI(M), a bulwark foiling its communal and regressive agenda.
One should never ignore the fact that the so called political violence in Kerala, particularly that of Kannur is being sought to be made a subject of discussion all over the country with a political motive. The political motive is to create an impression that law and order is in dire straits in the state of Kerala.
The just concluded Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal meeting of the RSS in Hyderabad, Telangana, has repeated its fabricated charge against the CPI(M) and its `so-called’ violence against the RSS cadres in Kerala.
Continuing its murderous attacks on the CPI(M), RSS goons hurled bombs at the house of A Ashokan, Koothuparambu Block Panchayat President and a member of the Cheruvancheri Local Committee (Kannur) of the CPI(M), on October 22.
The CPI(M) state committees in West Bengal, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Assam are scheduled to meet to prepare a detailed review of the CPI(M)’s performance in the elections and the post election political situation arising in these states. On the basis of these review reports prepared by the state committees, the Central Committee will conduct its review at its forthcoming meeting from June 18-20.