Polit Bureau Member, Brinda Karat, has written a letter to the Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Harsh Vardhan today demanding the withdrawal of the suspension of certain rules of the PCPNDT Act.
Despite the express mandate of law, the names and addresses of all arrested persons are not being displayed at the Police Control Room
While hearing a plea by Brinda Karat, Member of the Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) and K.M.Tewari (Secy Delhi State Committee) the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vishal Pahuja has directed the DCP, New Delhi to submit a report on the non-filing of FIRs against BJP leaders Shri Anurag Thakur and Shri Parvesh Verma for delivering hate speeches in Delhi recently, during the campaign for the assembly elections.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member, Brinda Karat has addressed a letter to Hardeep Puri, Minister for Urban Development demanding that the demolished Guru Ravidas temple is rebuilt and the samadhis are restored in their original place. The full text of the letter is being released for publication.
A CPI(M) delegation comprising of Brinda Karat and Subhashini Ali (PB members), Surinder Singh (Member, State Secretariat, CPIM) and Jagveer Bhatti (District Committee member, CPIM) visited Naya Bas and Chindraoti villages in Siyana block, Bulandshahar on January 5.
Marxist, XXXIII, 3, July-September 2017
Marxism and the Struggle for Women’s Emancipation
CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury and Polit Bureau Member Brinda Karat met the Chief Election Commissioner this evening seeking his intervention to ensure that counting is resumed in three booths of 23-Dhanpur assembly constituency of Tripura from where Chief Minister Manik Sarkar is contesting. Counting was stopped following the BJP’s objections.
On June 29th, the papers carried your statement, as Chief Minister of Haryana, condemning the murder. You also declared a compensation of Rs. Ten lakhs. Unfortunately no compensation whatsoever has been received by the family from the Government.
We are releasing the full text of the letter written by CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member Brinda Karat to the Prime Minister demanding ensure speedy withdrawal of the order issued by the Ministry of Environment & Forests which undermine the legal provisions for the protection of forest dwelling tribal communities and other forest dwellers.
Brinda Karat, Polit Bureau member of the CPI(M) visited Insha, in the hospital in Delhi where the 14 year old Kashmiri girl student has been admitted since July 24th.