The Polit Bureau discussed the broad outlines of the contents of the Report and the Resolution for the Organisational Plenum to be held from December 27 to 31 of December, 2015 at Kolkata. The replies to the detailed questionnaire by the Party Centre to the State Committees have been received and the documents for the Plenum will be prepared incorporating these as well. The Polit Bureau will meet on 28th and 29th of October and the Party Central Committee from 13th to 16th of November to finalise the documents for the Plenum.
Comrade Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary, CPI(M) today expressed his fear that the BJP government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi might fan the flames of fundamentalism and deploy divisive tactics to garner Hindu votes in the forthcoming Bihar Assembly elections
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury stated that the actual control of Modi government lies with RSS. Addressing a public meeting commemorating birth centenary of Comrade Harkishan Singh Surjeet in Kolkata, on September 13, Yechury said that the BJP used to castigate the Manmohun Singh government by saying that its remote control lies with Congress President. But in case of Modi government, the RSS is its real control.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member and Kerala State Secretary, Kodiyeri Balakrishnan appealed to the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana Yogam to stand alongside the Party in the fight against the communal forces.
The Central Committee expressed serious concern at the rapidly deteriorating conditions of the people’s livelihood that are a direct result of the more aggressive pursuit of neo-liberal economic policies by the BJP-led Modi government.
It is shocking to note that instead of allowing merit to prevail both the previous BJP and incumbent Congress governments are bent to allow mediocracy by allowing 3rd division students to be appointed as teachers.
The BJP displays selective amnesia by forgetting that the Rajya Sabha functioned for just two per cent of the time in the 2010 winter session. The BJP then led the disruption demanding action against those involved in corruption belonging to the then UPA government led by Dr. Manmohan Singh. “What is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander” is wisdom of an old saying that the BJP refuses to learn from.
As part of the all India observance of the protest day call given by the six parties to expose corruption at high levels in the BJP central and various state governments, on July 20 in Kolkata at the call of 17 left parties a massive Anti-corruption rally was held.
In response to the all India call given by the six parties for the observance of an all India protest day on July 20 to expose corruption at high levels in the BJP central and various state governments in Tripura the central programme was organized at Agartala.
The comparison between the way that the Government agencies are conducting themselves in Teesta’s case are in stark and shameful contrast to the way that the Government is protecting the accused in the Vyapam and other cases involving top Government and ruling party leaders.