Most of us in the country are aghast at the manner in which such brutal assault is mounted on the university community by the Telangana police in one of the premier Central universities of our country.
The manner in which the sedition clause is being used in this case underlines the necessity to scrap the sedition clause 124A in the Indian Penal Code. The CPI(M) demands the withdrawal of the cases against the opposition leaders and all others named in the FIR.
The newly-appointed Vice Chancellor, allegedly, under pressure from the Minister of the Union Cabinet belonging to Hyderabad and the consequent direction by the Human Resources Development Ministry, had taken this action of suspension from the hostels. The hunger strike was a protest against this action by the Vice Chancellor.
The CC discussed about current political situation. It noted that the three ordinances issued recently reveal the true character of the Modi government. Bowing to the demands of corporate lobby to dilute the Land Acquisition Act, it issued the ordinance bypassing the parliament. Similarly Coal Ordinance. The CPI(M) will join hands with all other political parties and organisations that are opposed to these ordinances and build a nationwide movement against these measures.
The Central Committee meeting on the second day adopted the Draft Review Report on the Political Tactical Line after a discussion. The Review Report deals with the past experience of the Political-Tactical Line and its implementation with a view to strengthening and expanding the Party’s influence and advancing the struggle for a Left and democratic front.
The Central Committee which began its three day session in Hydrabad adopted a resolution against the ordinance promulgated by the Modi government amending the Land Acquisition Act, which the Central Committee characterized as “utterly anti farmer and anti rural poor in its substance”