The rise in the activities of the religious fundamentalism is of common concern to many countries in our region. Government of Bangladesh must make all efforts to restore peace, normalcy and tranquility.
Don’t Discriminate in Compensation
Smt. Brinda Karat, member, Polit Bureau of Communist Party of India (Marxist) had written the following letter to the Chief Minister of Delhi urging him to give compensation to the families of minor victims who were killed in the communal violence in north east Delhi.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau Member, Brinda Karat, has addressed a letter to Commissioner of Police, Delhi, Shri SN Srivastava drawing his attention to inaccuracies in the police account of those who were killed in the communal violence in Delhi in February 2020. The letter sent this morning, is being released to the press.
The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) is shocked by the brazenness with which the Delhi Police, acting under Home Minister, Amit Shah has tried to implicate prominent political leadership, academics, cultural personalities and activists in connection with the horrific communal violence in North East Delhi in February. No condemnation is strong enough for this act of crude partisanship and vengeance.
The Polit Bureau strongly rejects the suggestion of the Home Minister that this technology does not make distinction between caste, creed and religious identity of miscreants which, for the stated reasons, will no doubt be draconian and needs to be thoroughly rejected.
The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the communal incident at Atali village in Faridabad district of Haryana. The facts and circumstances leading to the incident clearly point out to the dangerous build up of communal polarisation in an area which is part of the National Capital Region
The Polit Bureau decided that the Party would organize all India jathas to project a national alternative. The Left platform on food, land and house sites, employment, education, health and the fight against corruption will be propagated. Jathas led by all-India leaders will cover the whole country in March 2013 and they will culminate in a mass rally at Delhi. The details of these jathas will be finalized at the Central Committee meeting to be held in Kolkata in January 2013.
The SIT investigation and report has been vitiated by the lack of application of mind and by the inability to comprehend the premeditated actions of the executive in Gujarat. The SIT findings exonerating Narendra Modi have been questioned by the report submitted to the Supreme Court by the Amicus Curiae. A fresh investigation into the role and actions of Narendra Modi should be conducted, so that the truth comes out and accountability is fixed.