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On July 5, 2016, the Judicial Magistrate of Ranchi has ordered one year imprisonment for J.S. Majumdar, CPI(M) Central Committee member and former secretary of Jharkhand State Committee, Suphal Mahto, State Secretariat member and former Secretary of Ranchi District Committee along with other 18 activists of CPI(M), including Amit Mahto present M.L.A of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha.
The Haryana state secretariat of CPI(M) has said that the strike of power employees on 29-30 June against privatization is totally justified and is in public interest.
Hussainiwala (Ferozepore): Thousands of students and youth marched to the memorial of great martyrs- Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev at Hussainiwala on the Indo- Pak border near Ferozepore. The students and youth organizations of the Left parties paid tributes by putting flower garlands at the statues of the martyrs.
Khatkar Kalan (Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar): The Four Left Parties of Punjab CPI, CPI(M), CPM Punjab and CPI(ML) Liberation organized an impressive conference at Khatkar Kalan, native village of Shaheede-E-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh to observe the 86th Martyrdom day of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev on 23rd March, 2016. Comrades Ram Singh Noorpuri, Kapur Singh Jadli and Kulwant Singh Sandhu presided over the conference. A large number of women also participated in the conference.
The fresh controversy over interstate distribution of river waters and completion of Sutlej-Yamuna Link (SYL) canal is very unfortunate. Interstate issues should not be allowed to yet again affect the cordial relations between the people of various states.
The state committee of CPI(M) condemns the brutal killing of a young boy by the dominant caste forces for having married a girl from a different caste. Sankar (21) hails from Udumalpet of Tiruppur district of Tamilnadu.
Mr Amit Shah, don't try your dirty old tricks in Kerala. Keep away.
Context: the former BJP Kerala State President Mr. V. Muraleedharan is contesting from Kazhakoottam assembly constituency in Thiruvananthapuram district.
Problem: Mr Muraleedharan will certainly lose by a large margin to the LDF candidate.
The party has said that the atmosphere of suspicion, fear and insecurity still persisting in the state was a matter of deep concern. It was disturbing that some nefarious forces are still engaged in caste polarisation for their petty political interests.