The Jharkhand State Secretariat of the CPI(M) has strongly condemned the act of the Jharkhand State Government to falsely implicate villagers including leaders and activists of CPI(M) in the case of police firing on October22,2016 at Saiko village of Khunti district.
A delegation of leaders of the Left parties visited Saiki village of Murhu Block under Khunti District, where police fired indiscriminately on tribals waiting for vehicles to go to Ranchi to participate in a mass meeting organised by 42 tribal organizations on October 22,2016.
The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the police firing in Seko village in Jharkhand’s Khunti district yesterday
A meeting of left parties held on October 22 at CPI(M) State Centre to review preparation for Jharkhand Bandh on October 24,2016.
The Left Parties CPI (M),CPI, CPI( ML), Marxist Coordination Committee, SUCI ( C) have strongly condemned indiscriminate firing by Police- causing death of at least 4 persons and injuring several villagers who were in sit-in demonstration at NTPC mining area at Barkagaon in Hazaribagh district ,demanding proper compensation and employment for the displaced.
Left parties in Jharkhand severely condemn the indiscriminate police firing on farmers at Gola in Ramgarh District protesting against forcible acquisition of agricultural land for Inland Power Plant on 29th August.
On July 5, 2016, the Judicial Magistrate of Ranchi has ordered one year imprisonment for J.S. Majumdar, CPI(M) Central Committee member and former secretary of Jharkhand State Committee, Suphal Mahto, State Secretariat member and former Secretary of Ranchi District Committee along with other 18 activists of CPI(M), including Amit Mahto present M.L.A of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha.
A meeting of Left Parties of Jharkhand held on May 7, decided to observe a Statewide Bandh on May 14
It is a case not just of two persons being hanged to death by a lynch mob, but the constitution of India itself that is being hanged. This is a case which requires the direct intervention of the National Human Rights Commission, therefore this memorandum to you.
These young men were cattle traders and were on their way to a market with a herd of buffaloes when they were beaten up and hanged to death from a tree by so-called cow protection vigilantes. This incident happening within 100 kms of the state capital of Ranchi is reminiscent of the Dadri lynching not long ago.