The Left parties call upon all their units in the country to observe December 6 as a Black Day and to strengthen in the current context the struggle against communal polarisation being patronised and encouraged by the central as well as many BJP led state governments.
A meeting of left parties was held at CPI(M) State Committee Office today, attended by Gopikant Baksi, State Secretary CPI(M), K.D.SIngh State Secretary CPI, Janardan Prasad of CPI(ML) and Ramesh Prajapati of SUCI(C).
Four Left Parties of Punjab - CPI, CPI(M), RMPI and CPI(ML) Liberation strongly condemned the brutal repression let loose on Panjab University students yesterday who were protesting in front of the Vice chancellor office against the steep fee hike by the University
As the Central Government is criminally overlooking the misery of the of the common people, the Left parties have decided to launch a week long All India mass mobilization programme from November 24 to 30.
A delegation of leaders of the Left parties visited Saiki village of Murhu Block under Khunti District, where police fired indiscriminately on tribals waiting for vehicles to go to Ranchi to participate in a mass meeting organised by 42 tribal organizations on October 22,2016.
A meeting of left parties held on October 22 at CPI(M) State Centre to review preparation for Jharkhand Bandh on October 24,2016.
The Left Parties CPI (M),CPI, CPI( ML), Marxist Coordination Committee, SUCI ( C) have strongly condemned indiscriminate firing by Police- causing death of at least 4 persons and injuring several villagers who were in sit-in demonstration at NTPC mining area at Barkagaon in Hazaribagh district ,demanding proper compensation and employment for the displaced.
The convention demanded free education and health facilities, 10 marla plots to rural homeless poor, houses for the urban poor, and round the year work to MNREGA workers. The convention decided on an action programme to hold Day & Night dharnas all over Punjab in front of Deputy commissioner’s offices from 07-09 August , 2016.
Eight Left Parties of Punjab organized a state level convention at Deshbhagat Yaadgar Hall, Jalandhar on 23rd February, 2016 on the issue of divisive politics and communal attacks by rightwing organisations in the countr
Four Left Parties of Punjab – CPI, CPI(M), CPM Punjab & CPI(ML) Liberation will hold a massive march to assembly during the budget session on 28th March, 2016 to focus the realization of 15 points agenda programme for democratic development of Punjab. It was decided in a meeting of the State Coordination Committee of the Four Left Parties held here today at Chandigarh on January 11.