Current Issues

Dadri: Check Communal Designs

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement on June 8, 2016.

THE Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the nefarious designs of the BJP and the Hindutva communal forces who are once again seeking to raise communal tensions by utilising the so-called beef consumption in Bisara village in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh. The killing of Mohammad Akhlaq and the attack on his family is now sought to be diverted to the issue of cow slaughter and beef consumption.

Stop BJP-RSS Attacks in Kerala

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement on May 22.

THE BJP is levelling false allegations about violence by the CPIM) against BJP workers in Kerala. BJP workers have held a demonstration at the Central Committee office of the CPI(M) and indulged in vandalism.

The BJP leadership is adopting a hypocritical and dishonest position about what has actually happened in Kerala.

RSS attacks in Kerala

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement on May 19, 2016.

THE Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the murderous attacks launched by the RSS in various parts of Kerala following their miserable defeat in these elections.

In one such attacks, bombs were hurled at an LDF victory rally in Dharmadam constituency, which elected CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Pinarayi Vijayan, killing one CPI(M) worker and seriously injuring five others.

Tackle drought on war footing

THE Supreme Court of India has held the central government accountable for the failure to put in place comprehensive steps in dealing with one of the worst droughts that the country is facing in recent memory. The Court also criticised the state governments of Bihar, Gujarat and Haryana for an “ostrich-like attitude” to drought-hit areas. The Court issued a series of directives to the central government and the states on tackling the drought as a disaster.

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