Given the widespread shock over PM' s statement, the government has now issued lengthy clarifications, one from the PMO issued through the PIB and the other through the spokesman of the MEA. These clarifications, with their own share of self contradictions, have not only failed to clear the air but have only added to the confusion
It is imperative that both the Governments immediately initiate high level talks to defuse the situation and advance the process of disengagement on the basis of the agreed understanding on maintaining peace and tranquility on the border.
CPI(M) General Secretary, Sitaram Yechury, is leaving today morning for China to attend a workshop commemorating the 200th Birthday of Karl Marx at the invitation of the Communist Party of China.
Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), is proceeding to Beijing tomorrow morning at the invitation of the Communist Party of China. He would be participating in the high-level meeting convened by the CPC – “The CPC in Dialogue with World Political Parties” to be held at Beijing from November 30 to December 3, 2017.
Report on Political Developments
Since the Last Central Committee Meeting
(Adopted at the Central Committee Meeting held on
January 06-08, 2017 at Thiruvananthapuram)
The Communist Party of China as a political organization is the largest in the world in terms of membership and governs the most populous country in the world. In 2011 as the CPC marked its 90th founding anniversary, the Party was at anew starting point.
Sitaram Yechury, General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) is in China attending the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP) organised in Beijing, China from 13 to 16 October 2015. He spoke in the Conference, organised under the theme 'One Belt-One Road Initiative'.
The CPI(M) and the CPI express their concern at the continued growth of tensions around the Line of Actual Control in Ladhak. This dispute must be resolved peacefully through negotiations urgently, safeguarding India’s interests. Both our Prime Minister and the Minister for External Affairs have expressed confidence of arriving at a solution through talks. India has in fact described the latest developments as a “localized affair”.