The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) met at New Delhi on November 13-14, 2021.
This CAG report is a total obfuscation of truth. This has, once again, reconfirmed the manner in which the independence and autonomy of constitutional authorities is being assaulted by this Modi government.
The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) demands that in order to get to the bottom of this mega scam and on that basis bringing the guilty to book it is imperative to conduct a high-level investigation.
In the light of these revelations, the Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) demands that the CVC be removed from office immediately and an enquiry ordered into the manner in which he dealt with the then CBI Director Alok Verma.
The hypocrisy of the Prime Minister and the BJP government lies in the fact that while they are pursuing corruption cases against leaders of the opposition, this government in these three years has not even implemented the law enacted by the Parliament to establish the Lokpal.
The study of the forms and functions of how political corruption is understood within capitalist societies has been an area of significant neglect within Marxism. There have been countless studies that have examined the ‘corrupting’ effect of capitalism and economic interests upon politics, but there has yet to emerge a systemic or cohesive Marxist understanding of political corruption as such
On August 1, 2015, the CPI (M) Maharashtra state committee organised an impressive rally of over 10,000 people as part of the nationwide campaign against the anti-people and pro-corporate policies, communal conspiracies and corruption scandals of the BJP-led Modi regime at the Centre, and the BJP-led Phadnavis regime in the State.
Thousands of people in Kerala enthusiastically took part in the massive nationwide protest called by Left Parties against the mounting corruption of BJP’s central and state leaders.
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.