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Tripura: Comrade Bijan Dhar: Untiring Fighter

CPI(M) CENTRAL Committee member, convener of Tripura Left Front Committee, former state secretary of Party Tripura unit and, an eminent socialist ideologue Comrade Bijan Dharhas breathed his last at the dawn of October 11, 2021, while in treatment in a private hospital in Kolkata. He was 71 years old. He was a chronic diabetic patient for the last 40 years.  He is survived by his wife Ila Dasgupta, daughter Gopa Dhar, many relatives and his innumerable admirers.

Farmers Mowed Down to Death by BJP Minister’s Cars in Lakhimpur Kheri

IN a brutal and inhuman attack on peacefully protesting farmers led by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) at Tikonia in Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh on October 3, 2021, a convoy of vehicles associated with BJP's union minister of state for home Ajay Mishra Teni, his son Ashish Mishra Teni, and other goons ran over several farmer protestors. It is reported that one of the farmers was shot dead by the son of the union minister. Four farmers and one local journalist were killed in the incident, and several others were seriously injured.

Uttar Pradesh: State Conference Resolves to Intensify Struggles

THE 23rd state conference of CPI(M) concluded with the resolve to intensify the struggles and mass movements and expand the Party base.

On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2, the three-day conference started with a seminar in Allahabad. Speaking as the keynote speaker at the seminar, Prakash Karat, former general secretary of the Party, while remembering Gandhi said that today when we remember Gandhiji, we have to remember who were the forces behind his assassination.

Jammu & Kashmir: BJP Govt’s Development Claims Belied

THE People’s Alliance for Gupkar Declaration, in a statement issued on October 1, has said the claims of the BJP government that the abrogation of Article 370 and downgrading of a state with special status into two union territories has paved way for new industries, created new employment opportunities, decreased terror incidents, brought atmosphere of peace and security, nurtured democracy, eradicated corruption, brought new central laws for betterment of people in this region are nothing but concocted and fabricated stories while the ground situation bel

Kerala Collects Rs 6.06 Cr for Tripura

THE CPI(M)'s fundraiser campaign in Kerala to express solidarity to their comrades in Tripura who are fighting against the BJP fascist attack, has culminated in a huge success.  Party workers and sympathizers joined together in the hundi (bucket) collection on September 25and contributed Rs 6,06,52,223(six crores, six lakhs, fifty two thousand, two hundred twenty three rupees).

 

TELANGANA: CITU Padayatra Demands Minimum Wages, Restoration of Labour Rights

THE Telangana state committee of the CITU organised a 22-day padayatra covering a distance of 400 km across industrial hubs in the five districts around Hyderabad on the demands of minimum wages and restoration of workers’ rights. A four-member team consisting of S Veeraiah, P Jayalakshmi, Paladugu Bhaskar and Bhoopal undertook the padayatra. While travelling from Koyyalagudem to Pochampalli, the marchers came across a board at the entrance of a company which reads in Telugu: ‘Nee edupe naa edugudala’, or ‘As you shed tears, so I prosper’.

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