Resolutions: Passed by the Central Committee of CPI(ML) Liberation in its meeting held on 15-16 June 2024 in Patna

  1. The CC welcomes the Lok Sabha election results as a mandate against Modi's dictatorship and BJP’s quest for political hegemony, and resolves to continue our fight for democracy and the Constitution. The CC also congratulates the Party candidates Comrade Rajaram Singh and Comrade Sudama Prasad for their victory in Karakat and Arrah.

Protest in Darbhanga against BJP Legislator’s Criminal Intimidation inside a Polling Booth

A BJP MLA threatened muslim women voters inside a polling booth on the day of the poll for the parliamentary elections and tried to instigate communal tension. The said legislator from Jale in Darbhanga illegally entered inside a polling booth in Devra Bandhauli and misbehaved with women voters. He also forced women to remove their hijab. CPIML Legislative party leader in Bihar Mahboob Alam has said that there was a plan to instigate communal tension in connivance with the police.

Protests on 20 June against Prosecution of Arundhati Roy and Sheikh Showkhat Hussain under UAPA

CPIML has called for protest actions against the Delhi LG’s sanction to file chargesheet against noted writer and activist Arundhati Roy and Sheikh Showkat Hussein in a 14 year case. In utter disregard of the spirit of the 2024 mandate Modi 3.0 has started on the same note of persecution and repression. The Modi government’s continued assault on free speech and democratic rights should be opposed and protested.

Yogi’s Bulldozer Must be Stopped in Akbarnagar, Lucknow

The CPIML condemned the UP government's drive to build a river front on the Kukrail river in Lucknow's Akbar Nagar in which 1,100 houses have been demolished with bulldozers in the name of beautification. State party secretary Sudhakar Yadav said that bulldozer raj continues in the state even after the Lok Sabha election which has given a mandate against the Yogi government’s bulldozer raj. It was the defeat in Uttar Pradesh due to which the BJP fell short of a full majority at the Centre.

Chhattisgarh Mob Lynching: CPIML Demands Speedy Justice and Compensation for the Victims

On the night of June 6, two people, Tahseen Qureshi and Chand Mian were killed and another person was seriously injured in an incident of by mob lynching of cattle traders in Aarang tehsil of Chhattisgarh’s Raipur district.

Condemning the increasing violence and attempts towards communal polarisation in the state, the CPI(ML) said that ever since the BJP government has come to power in Chhattisgarh the hands of criminal and right-wing goons has been strengthened.

End Israel's Genocidal War against Palestinians in Gaza!

On June 1, several students-civil society organisations, along with hundreds of the citizens of Delhi and All India Students' Association activists, came together at Delhi's Jantar Mantar demanding an end to Israel's genocidal war against Palestinians in Gaza. The protesters saluted the steadfastness of the people of Gaza and the whole of Palestine in the face of war crimes, massacres and brutality by Israeli forces.

Judicial Inquiry Demanded into the Encounter Killing of Ten Adivasi Villagers in Bijapur

Representatives of many political parties and organisations in Chhattisgarh have demanded judicial inquiry into the alleged encounter of 10 tribal villagers in Pedia village of Bijapur. The incident took place on 17 May where security forces claimed to have killed 12 Maoists in an encounter. The family members of ten villagers who were killed protested before the Bijapur district magistrate office saying their family members had gone to the forest to collect tendu leaves but they were killed by the forces in the fake encounter.

Convention on ‘Role of Advocates in the Independence of Judiciary’

The Bihar chapter of All India Lawyers’ Association for Justice (AILAJ) organised a convention in Advocates’ Association Hall in Patna High Court on 19 May. A large number of advocates attended this event presided by Senior Advocate and Bihar Bar Council member Yogesh Chandra Verma. This was conducted by AILAJ Bihar convenor Adv. Manju Sharma.