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TN: Demolition of a Caste Wall

Area: Valavanthan kottai

Village: Kachoor

Teshil: Oothukottai

District: Tiruvallur

There was a caste wall erected obstructing the entry to dalit dwellings by real estate lobby in the above village. It was demolished on September 15, 2022 by officials with police protection.

The Tamilnadu Untouchability Eradication Front (TNUEF) and the Tamilnadu Tribal Association spearheaded agitations forcing the authorities to act.

WB: Affinity for the Sangh Is Not Unrelated to Corruption Scandals

RECENTLY in a press conference, Mamata Banerjee, chief minister of West Bengal said, “RSS is not that bad; everything is done using the name of RSS.” Some of the mainstream media chose to ignore her remarks as they are forbidden to listen to such “risky” comments. Even if someone hears these by chance, they are forbidden to write or speak freely about these views. But the video went viral. There was no escape.

Assam: CPI(M) Holds Convention to Discuss Issues of People Living in Low-lying Riverbanks

CPI(M) Assam state committee organised a state-level 'Char-Chapori' Convention at Mandia in Barpeta district. Hundreds of people from different Char Chapori areas participated in the convention. A char is a floating island while chaporis are low-lying flood-prone riverbanks. The 'Char Chapori' areas of Assam are populated mainly by Muslim minorities. Party Central Committee member Isfaqur Rahman presided over the meeting.

TN: Let us put an end to Modi’s misrule: Prakash Karat

CPI(M) POLIT Bureau Member, Prakash Karat called upon the people to come forward to fight against the anti-people policies of the centre, which are assaulting democracy and democratic rights as well as weakening the rights of the states.

Prakash Karat was speaking at a mammoth meeting held at Chennai on September 5, as a conclusion of a week-long campaign organised by the Tamil Nadu state committee across the state with a slogan ‘’ Remove the darkness in India, Put an end to Modi’s Rule!”

Maha: DYFI Holds Jatha to Rajgurunagar

ON August 24, 2022, hundreds of activists of the DYFI in Maharashtra reached Rajgurunagar in Pune district from various districts demanding employment and against the continuous repression of democratic resistances in our country. August 24 is the birth anniversary of martyr Rajguru, who was hanged by the British along with Martyrs Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev on March 23, 1931. Rajgurunagar (named after Rajguru), originally called Khed, is his birthplace.

Massive Convention of Workers, Peasants and Agri Workers

THOUSANDS of workers, peasants and agricultural workers participated in the National Convention held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on September 5. The convention called by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) and All India Agricultural Workers Union (AIAWU) unanimously decided to strengthen the unity of these three class organisations and intensify joint combative actions against anti-worker, anti-farmer and anti-people neoliberal policies pursued by the ruling dispensation.

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