May Day Solidarity

The Left parties issued the following statement on May 1, 2021:

THE Left parties extend their solidarity with the international working-class on the occasion of May Day. Left Parties join our working class in the struggle to combat the pandemic and safeguard the rights of the working people.

TN: Doors Shown to BJP’s Anti-Federalism

THE people of Tamil Nadu resoundingly rejected BJP and its game plan to piggyback on the AIADMK to get a foothold in the state in the assembly elections. The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)-led Secular Progressive Alliance won with a thumping majority of 159 seats of  the total 234 while the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK)-led front was limited to 75 seats of which 65 were bagged by the AIADMK.

West Bengal: Woman Comrade Murdered

COMRADE Kakoli Khetrapal, a 52-year-old CPI(M) worker from Nabagram in East Burdwan's Jamalpur was hacked to death on Sunday, May 2nd. Trinamool Congress members, celebrating their election victory, entered her home while she was cooking and attacked her with a sharp weapon. Comrade Khetrapal died on way to the hospital. She was marked out for this brutal attack because she had worked as CPI(M)'s polling agent from Nabagram.

Red Salute to Comrade Kakoli

Stop the post-poll violence by the TMC on Left activists and Supporters

LDF landslide victory in Kerala

ENDORSING the achievement made by the Pinarayi government in the last five years and its effort to resist the communal forces, the people of Kerala have once again voted CPI(M) led Left Democratic Front to power with a thumping majority. LDF bagged 99 seats and Congress-led United Democratic Front was restricted to 41 seats.

Most of the LDF candidates won with huge margins, while some candidates lost by thin margins, especially in those where BJP transferred thousands of votes to UDF.

Ensure Uninterrupted Flow of Oxygen Universal Free Vaccination

Leaders of thirteen opposition parties issued a statement on May 2, 2021, on the acute demand for oxygen and universal vaccination in the country.

IN times of the uncontrollable surge of the pandemic across our country:

We call upon the central government to focus all attention in ensuring the uninterrupted flow of oxygen supplies to all hospitals and health centres across the country.

We call upon the central government to immediately launch a free mass vaccination programme across the country.

Covid Crisis in India: A Modi made Disaster- International Media Ridicules the Government

BELOW we present how the international media is viewing the second wave of the pandemic in India.

The second wave of Covid-19 has engulfed length and breadth of the nation leaving people and hospitals desperately sending SOS signals for beds, ventilators, Remdesivir and oxygen.

The international media from north to south condemned the Modi government for ineptly handling the pandemic situation in India.

The Guardian: The Indian prime minister’s overconfidence lies behind the country’s disastrous Covid-19 response

Tripura: On TTAADC Election outcome

TRIPURA Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council election was held on April 6, and counting of the election was held on April 10th.  Out of 28 seats, the newly emerged TIPRA (Tripura Indigenous Progressive Regional alliance) led by the grandson of the last king of the state, Pradyot Kishore Debbarman bagged 18 seats securing an absolute majority, ruling BJP won 9 and one independent supported by BJP won one seat.

Kerala: Timely intervention and Planning made the State Oxygen Surplus

CHETAN Kumar, also known as Chetan Ahimsa, is a Kannada film actor, public intellectual, and political activist, has written on his Facebook page: “Amidst the horror of India's lack of oxygen, the state of Kerala is a shining model. Kerala learned from the Covid crisis; spent money on oxygen factories; increased oxygen supply by 58 per cent; now supplying oxygen to Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Goa. Kerala is a model state and a real role model. For those who ask ‘if not Modi, who? Google Pinarayi Vijayan.”

Farmers at Delhi Borders Play Stellar Role in Helping People in Distress

IN the wake of the murderous second wave of the Covid pandemic, which has thoroughly exposed the all-around bankruptcy of the criminal Modi-Shah regime across the country and the world, the farmers at the Delhi borders are playing a stellar role in helping thousands of people in distress. This has put in sharp relief the remarkably sensitive and humanitarian aspects of the historic farmers’ struggle, which completed five months on April 26.


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