Remove MD of Women and Child Development Corporation in Bihar

CPIML and All India Progressive Women’s Association have strongly condemned the demeaning statements of Harjot Kaur, Chairperson and MD of Bihar’s Women and Child Development Corporation, made during an interaction workshop with school girls in Patna. AIPWA said that the apology given by Harjot Kaur is not enough and she must be removed from her present post immediately. She had spoken with a BJP-ised mindset showing her indignation towards the girls she was supposed to work for their welfare.

Scheme Workers to Hold Rally in Delhi on 28 Nov

National Federation of ASHAs and Scheme Workers affiliated with AICCTU has decided to hold a rally in national capital on 28 November. The major demands to be raised through the rally and the campaign which is ongoing in different states include raising the minimum wage, giving an employee status, pensions and social security.

AICCTU leader V Shankar and Rajiv Dimri told in Allahabad on 22 September that a nationwide campaign is being conducted for these demands.

MLA Manoj Manzil’s Investigative Visits to BIMHAS and Other Hospitals in Bhojpur

Manoj Manzil, CPIML MLA from Gadhani in Bhojpur has consistently been raising the issue of poor plight of health services in Bihar. While his observations have made a mark in the public health discourse in the state, the effective improvement in the government run hospitals to a substantial level is yet to be seen. Thank to his consistent activism that some very meager changes are visible inside the hospitals particularly in his constituency in favour of common patients who see him a savior in difficult times.

Raids on PFI is a conscious attempt to spread Islamophobia and demonise Muslims: AILAJ

On 22nd September 2022, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Directorate of Enforcement (ED) and State police units conducted raids on the offices of Popular Front of India (PFI) in what they state has purported to be a “terror crackdown”, and has arrested several of its leaders and members. However, the complaint filed by an officer of the Crime Banch, on which basis an FIR has been registered in K.G.

Raids on CPIML offices in Darbhanga is result of police panic due to increasing people’s movement

CPIML Politburo Member Dhirendra Jha, addressing the press conference on 26 September, said that raids on CPIML district and block offices in Darbhanga are the result of police panic. The demolition campaign against of poor, despite government instruction against such move shows BJP mentality of administration. Police stations are connected to land mafia and liquor mafia. In dozens of villages next to the Bahadurpur police station police station, such illegal businesses are rampant under the supervision of police.

AISA Participates in Global Climate Strike Day in Bengaluru

Several youth and students, including AISA came together to commemorate ‘Global Climate Strike’ in Bengaluru September. Farmers who have been protesting the forcible acquisition of their lands in Devanahalli by the KIADB for the past several months also joined the climate strike and spoke at this protest. The participating organisations expressed their solidarity with these farmers and recognised their role in fighting climate change.