Campaigns & Struggles

The irular settlement in kothattai village in parangipettai taluk, cuddalore dist has been renamed from vaikalmedu (meaning banks of canal) to seng

Our Comrades organised a rally in Cooch Behar demanding prevention of black marketing of chemical fertilisers, purchase of paddy at govt subsidised

Thousands of women and men demonstrated at the Bundu block headquarter in Ranchi, Jharkhand against corruption in govt schemes and for issuing of S

“The Narendra Modi-led RSS/BJP regime is sharpening attacks on the federal structure of the constitution, as Maharashtra is experiencing consistent

The 23rd CPI(M) Gujarat state conference concluded at Ahmedabad today with election of a 30 member state committee including 7 women, 3 invitees an

CPI(M) WEST Bengal state 26th conference has called upon the Party workers to be ready for militant struggles in the coming days.

Documents and Booklets

Political Resolution

Adopted at the 23rd Congress
April 6-10, 2022  Kannur

RESOLUTION

(Adopted by the 23rd Congress on April 9, 2022)

Oppose the National Monetisation Pipeline

Press Releases

Views That Matter

The only way of addressing this runaway inflation is for the government to clamp down on profiteering and hoarding, expand the public distribution system to bring various commodities in its ambit (like cooking oils, vegetables, milk, etc) and to step up wheat as well as other grains’ procurement.

The past eight years have seen increasing economic hardship for families of common people.

In the recently held Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, where the ruling BJP was victorious, a bizarre phenomenon emerged.

Parliamentary Arena

Over the years, several journalists have lost their lives while reporting about human rights violations, corruption and for doing their job. In 2018, three journalists have lost their lives, the latest of them being veteran Kashmiri journalist Shujaat Bukhari.

The central government controls social development programmes like MGNREGA, ICDS but has no commitment to them and is curtailing budgetary allocation.

In the North East Indian States bamboos grow abundantly in the forest and plains. There are many restrictions in cutting trees from forests. So many people are growing bamboos in their private land for commercial purposes.