Telangana: Secular Values under Threat

“SINCE the BJP assumed office at the centre, secularism is facing threat, and in the name of CAA divisional lines are being drawn all over the country, “CPI(M) Polit Bureau member, B V Raghavalu said. The communist party from its inception is fighting for the protection of democratic and secular rights, uninterrupted. In Vanaparthy district, Amarachinta, the centenary of the struggle of the communist party was organised on February 16th.

TRIPURA: On Quadripartite Agreement for Permanent Settlement of Reang Refugees

A QUADRIPARTITE agreement was signed in New Delhi on January 16, 2020, for permanent settlement of Bru or Reang refugees, who were ousted from Mizoram and took shelter in different camps in Tripura. The four parties of the agreement are the union government, Mizoram government, Tripura government and leaders of the Reang refugees. The meeting for signing the agreement was presided over by the union home minister and the chief ministers of the two states and refugee leaders.

MAHARASHTRA: CPI(M) Protests against Modi Regime’s Policies

AS per the CPI(M) Polit Bureau call for June 16, the Party in Maharashtra mobilised over 13,200 people at 203 centres in 60 tehsils of 21 districts on the four major demands directed against the Modi-led BJP central government. It was the largest mass action by the Party in the last three months of the Covid-19 lockdown and was covered by sections of the mainstream media in some districts and by the social media widely.

AIDWA Demands Justice for Kanpur Shelter Home Girls

THE All India Democratic Women’s Association, represented by its national vice president Subhashini Ali, and by the Kanpur district committee president and secretary of AIDWA, Neelam Tiwari and Sudha Singh,  have submitted a memorandum to the chairperson of National Human Rights Commission on June 24, on the notice issued by the NHRC to Uttar Pradesh DGP and chief secretary regarding Rajkiya Bal Sanrakshan Griha, Kanpur.

AIDWA Demands TN Govt to Appeal against Acquittal of Honour Crime Accused

THE All India Democratic Women's Association, in a statement issued on June 23, has expressed shock at the Madras High Court's judgement on the appeal regarding the honour killing of Udumalai Sankar, Tamil Nadu acquitting the main accused.  It is to be recalled that Kausalya, who belongs to the socially dominant BC (Thevar) community, had married Shankar, a dalit youth of Udumalpet in Tiruppur district, in 2015. On March 13, 2016, the couple was brutally attacked by a three-member gang near Udumalpet town bus stand.

Lakhs Participate in June 16 Protest

Lakhs of people participated in the June 16 protest programme called by the Party demanding relief to the people who are badly hit by the Corona crisis and the resultant lockdown. These protests were held across the country observing the regulations and restrictions prevailing in each area, maintaining physical distancing, wearing protective masks etc.


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