A two member delegation of the CPI(M) consisting of General Secretary Sitaram Yechury and Central Secretariat Member Nilotpal Basu met the Chief Election Commissioner today to draw attention of the Commission to some serious concerns with regard to the forthcoming elections to the West Bengal legislative assembly.
This Plenum of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) notes with concern the grave situation in West Bengal. The last four and a half year misrule has totally discredited both the Trinamul Congress and the government headed by it.
The details of the Organisational Plenum have been finalized. Plenum will be held from December 27 to 31, 2015 at Kolkata. It will be attended by 436 delegates. There will be a Report on Party Organization and a Resolution which will be adopted at the Plenum.
The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) expresses its shock and profound grief at the sudden death of Comrade Hashim Abdul Halim, veteran leader of the Party. He was eighty years old.
Left Front snatched a significant victory today as it won Siliguri Mahakuma Parishad. Elections to three-tier panchayet in Siliguri sub division in Darjeeling district were held on October 3. Elections in Siliguri were peaceful except for some sporadic incidents. People of the rural and semi-rural areas, tea gardens squarely defeated TMC.
The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) condemns the brutal lathicharge on peaceful protesters in Kolkata on October 1. The Kolkata Left Front had organized a march to the Kolkata Police Headquarters at Lalbazar protesting against the deteriorating law and order in the city, police atrocities against Left Front workers and the hooliganism indulged in by the Trinamul Congress.
West Bengal observed a total General Strike on Wednesday braving terror and attack by TMC and state administration. Industries, shops and establishments, educational institutions remained closed
The Polit Bureau congratulates the working class of India for the magnificent strike they organized on September 2, 2015. The CPI(M) had extended full support to the strike and the demand charter of the ten central trade unions and national and state federations.
17 Left Parties of West Bengal, including the constituents of Left Front, began a three-day continuous stay-in demonstration at Rani Rashmoni Avenue, Kolkata from today August 17 in support of the nationwide strike on September 2