CPI(M) in States

Activists and leaders from 18 Left Parties marched towards the State Police Headquarter i.e Lal Bazar in Kolkata on 13 September 2017, demanding immediate arrest people accused in Narada Sting Operation and Saradha Chit fund scam. The nexus between TMC-BJP has delayed the investigation procedure.

Anitha, a medical aspirant who committed suicide1st September had scored 195.6 cut off in +2 board examination, but she could not get admission into medical college because of the destructive NEET policy of the central government.

A Janaakrosh March will be held on 19th September in Patna against the anti people policies of the State and Central government.

A sanctuary for a buffer zone project which will displace 168 villages has been decided by the Jharkhand Govt in Latehar district in total violation of the Forest Rights Act as well as the Wild Life Protection Act.

CPI(M) activists have been collecting funds to provide medicines and health care for the tribals suffering from Malaria epidemic in Visakhapatnam. Many people and small traders have responded with provisions, rice, pulses etc.

It has been decided to organize a State Level Convention on 30th July at
Ranchi. Different social organizations and mass organizations will be
invited. The issues of food security & employment are also to be discussed
in the convention.

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

The Himachal Pradesh state secretariat of the Communist Party of India Marxist CPI(M) has strongly condemned the state governments inept functioning which has now been fully corroborated even by the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report

Revolutionary greetings to all my comrades who are gathered here at this Telangana Samajika Sankshema Samara Sammelanam that marks the culmination of the Mahajana Padayatra.

CPIM contesting in RK Nagar By-election. Local committee secretary R.Loganathan (39) announced its candidate. CPI(M) state secratary G.Ramakrishnan, CC members T.K.Rangarajan and C.Sampath announced it to the press. "TN people need alternative to policies pursued by AIADMk, DMK, BJP and Congress. CPIM candidate will be the correct alternative choice before RK Nagar people" G.Ramakrishnan said.

He appealed Left and Democratic forces of the state to support CPI(m) candidate. He has asked CPI and VCK for support.