Chhattisgarh: State Conference Calls for Strengthening People’s Struggles

January 16, 2022

The 7th Chhattisgarh state conference of the CPI(M) was held on December 21-22, 2021 in Korba.

Inaugurating the conference and addressing the open session, Polit Bureau Member Tapan Sen said that the victory of the nationwide farmers' movement has changed the political agenda. This movement has shown that corporate plunder can be curbed, but for this the class struggle will have to be intensified by strengthening worker-peasant unity. It is the duty of every communist to organise and intensify mass resistance against the anti-people policies of the ruling class because the class struggle is the only weapon of fundamental change in society. We have won the fight against land acquisition and privatisation in the past, but now this fight has to reach its political end and ensure the defeat of the RSS controlled BJP in all the upcoming elections.

Concluding the state conference, Central Committee Member, Jogendra Sharma said that the organisation cannot be formed without organising mass struggles. The stronger the organisation, the more rapid the spread of mass struggles. This is the key to strengthening the CPI(M) and the Left in Chhattisgarh.

The conference elected a 23-member state committee with a vacancy of two seats. Sanjay Parate was re-elected as the secretary of state.