Attack on CPI(ML) Vehicle in Ara indicative of BJP’s Frustration

REACTING strongly against the attack on the CPI(ML) campaign vehicle at Nawada Ben in Udwantnagar, Ara Lok Sabha constituency causing knife injuries to four ML activists, CPI(ML) General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya said that this shows the BJP’s frustration. He said that the BJP has realized that it is losing the election in Ara in the same way that it is losing across the country. This incident once again reaffirms the fact that the BJP does not believe in democracy.

Com. Sushma Mehta files nomination from Palamu

IN the Palamu- Garhwa region of Jharkhand, the CPIML has waged a protected struggle against the upper caste feudal domination. The main identity of the party in Garhwa district, in Palamu Lok Sabha constituency has been one of waging struggle against any attack on the people. Just the last year, it was CPI (M)’s movements that ensured that the sand mafia responsible for the murder of a family belonging to the Yadav caste, was arrested.

Sankalp Sabha in Bagodar

A youth Sankalp Sabha (Pledge Meeting) was organized at Bhandar Tola Ghanghri Beko , Block Bagodar, Giridih District on 4 April 2019 on the occasion of the 17th martyrdom day of Shaheed Laldhan Mahto. A surge of people from across the Block participated in the meeting. Addressing the activists, supporters, and youth, CPIML General Secretary Com. Dipankar Bhattacharya said that this time it appears that a sea of people has decided to vote against the watchman-turned-thief (Chor Chowkidar) Modi.

Madras High Court Sets Aside Forcible Land Acquisition for Modi Govt’s Bharatmala project

Vindicating the stance of farmers and Tamil Nadu residents that the Salem Chennai 8-lane Expressway was arbitrarily conceived and being forcibly pushed through, a division bench of the Madras High Court set aside the forcible land acquisition for Modi's prestigious Bharatmala project in the state. The project was first announced at a press meeting addressed by Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari and Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy in February 2018.

Dr Ram Milan Yadav’s Statue Unveiled

THE statue of Dr Ram Milan Yadav was dedicated to the public at Islampur village in Faizabad on 1 April 2019. A meeting was organized on this occasion. Addressing the meeting, CPIML Central Committee member and AIARLA National President Shriram Chaudhury said that the statue of Dr Ram Milan Yadav, who had as far back as the 70s challenged the firmly rooted feudal dominance, would be an inspiration to the coming generations to fight against oppression and atrocities of all kinds.

CPIML Lodges Protest against Defacing of Charu Mazumdar's Statue by ECI officials in Siliguri

CPIML lodged a strong protest against the way in which Election Commission officials in Siliguri have covered the inscriptions etched on the pillar holding Comrade Charu Mazumdar’s statue at Subhaspally in Siliguri, West Bengal. The details inscribed on the adjacent martyrs’ column have also been covered with black plastic. This act by the ECI officials has nothing to do with the conduct of elections or with the Model Code of Conduct or anything related to the ongoing election.

False Charges against CPIML Leader in Madhubani

A campaign led by the CPIML Laukahi Block Committee was going on against the distribution of only 4 kg rice instead of 5 kg rice per person by the Public Distribution dealers, notice of which was being given to the Block Administration. In this sequence, a lock-out program was fixed for 3 pm on 20/12/2018 at the Kachnarwa dealer’s go-down in Belahi Bhavanipur Panchayat, notice of which was given to the Block Administration. The CPIML team arrived at the place on time, but even before reaching the godown, the dealer’s men attacked the CPIML activists on the street itself.

Workers Organize ‘Oust Modi, Save Livelihood’ Campaign

AICCTU’s ‘Oust Modi, Save Jobs, Save Livelihood, Save Rights’ campaign began on 10 March 2019 with a joint meeting of the District Committees of AICCTU and Bihar State Construction Workers Union. Prior to this, meetings had been organized at about half a dozen neighbourhoods and Chowks.