PB Statements

NRC in Assam: Ensure Justice for Excluded

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on August 31THE publication of the final list of the National Register of Citizens in Assam has resulted in 19.06 lakh (over 1.9 million) persons to be excluded from the list.  This huge number has roused legitimate fears that a large number of Indian citizens have been excluded.It is important now to ensure that all Indian citizens who have not found a place in the list are included.  For this, the following steps have to be taken:Firstly, the government should spell out what will be the status and rights of t

Dismantling Public Sector Banks

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on August 31, 2019THE Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) expresses its strong opposition to the decision of the government to merge 10 public sector banks to create four bank entities, thus, reducing the number of public sector banks from 27 to 12. Contrary to propaganda of universal financial inclusion, this will lead to further exclusion of crores of Indians.  India is already one of the most unbanked countries in the world.  This move will further push the small savings in rural India into the clutches of sleazy chi

Strongly Condemn This Brutal Killing of Adivasis

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on July 20THE Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the brutal killing of ten adivasi landless farmers, including three women by criminal land grabbing mafia in Umbha village, Sonbhadra district,  backed by the Uttar Pradesh government and administration. The adivasis have been tilling the land for the last seven decades but no government gave them the land pattas which was their right.

Travesty of Panchayat Elections in Tripura

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on July 12THE three-tier panchayat election to be held in Tripura on July 27, 2019 is witnessing a massive and widespread attack on the democratic process. During the nomination period, from July 1 to 8, candidates of the CPI(M) and other opposition parties were prevented from collecting and filing nomination papers by armed gangs of the BJP.  Bike-borne hoodlums of the BJP were stationed before the election offices, so that no opposition candidate could collect or submit nomination papers.

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statements on February 21

MEGHALAYA Governor Tathagata Roy, in yet another outrageous statement, has endorsed a call for boycott of Kashmir and Kashmiris in the wake of the Pulwama tragedy.  This comes at a time when Kashmiris, particularly students, in various parts of the country are being attacked, tormented and forced to leave. The governor holds a constitutional office. As the representative of the president of India, he is expected to act as the custodian of the Indian constitution.

Reject Roopanwal Commission Report

The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement on October 6, 2016.THE  Roopanwal Commission which was set up by the HRD ministry to ostensibly give a report on the developments in Hyderabad Central University leading upto the tragic suicide of Rohith Vemula has violated legal parameters and gone beyond its jurisdiction.


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