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TELANGANA: ‘Atma Nirbhar has Become Atma Samarpan With BJP at the Centre’

CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury addressing an online public meeting on September 1, organised by the Telangana state committee of the Party, said that the inefficiency of the government and its policies are helping the corporates and capitalists to amass wealth during the pandemic while all the main sectors have been thrown into crisis.

KERALA: DYFI Activists Brutally Murdered by Congress Goons

TWO activists of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) were hacked to death by Congress criminals on Onam night in Venjaramoodu, Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. Comrade Haq Mohamed (28), President of Kalinginmugham unit and Mithilaj (32), joint secretary of Thevalakad unit, were killed. Emerging reports suggest that the murder was meticulously planned and professionally executed with our comrades being held down and stabbed through the heart. Eyewitness accounts state that a gang led by Congress criminals stopped the victims who were on motorbikes and attacked them.

Haryana: Movement of rural sanitation workers in the state

THE day of October 2, 2007, is important for rural sanitation workers in the state. The then Congress government appointed these employees on the same day through gram panchayats on a monthly honorarium of Rs 3,525 to keep the villages clean and tidy. The number of these employees in the state is about 11,000. The government gave the right to pay an honorarium to the gram panchayats, with this decision of the government, the foundation of forced labour and harassment was laid.

Haryana: Movement of rural sanitation workers in the state

THE day of October 2, 2007, is important for rural sanitation workers in the state. The then Congress government appointed these employees on the same day through gram panchayats on a monthly honorarium of Rs 3,525 to keep the villages clean and tidy. The number of these employees in the state is about 11,000. The government gave the right to pay an honorarium to the gram panchayats, with this decision of the government, the foundation of forced labour and harassment was laid.

Haryana: Movement of rural sanitation workers in the state

THE day of October 2, 2007, is important for rural sanitation workers in the state. The then Congress government appointed these employees on the same day through gram panchayats on a monthly honorarium of Rs 3,525 to keep the villages clean and tidy. The number of these employees in the state is about 11,000. The government gave the right to pay an honorarium to the gram panchayats, with this decision of the government, the foundation of forced labour and harassment was laid.

Drabu’s assertions on Gupkar Declaration not based on facts: CPI(M)

ON August 30, Gulam Nabi, secretary of J & K CPI(M) while reacting to the former finance minister, Haseeb Drabu’s assertions on the 'Gupkar Declaration' with reference to CPI(M), said it was not based on facts.

In an Op-Ed piece in Greater Kashmir, Drabu had questioned whether J&K CPI(M) had the blessing of the high command to be part of the Gupkar Declaration or it is a 'localised' show of solidarity.

WEST BENGAL: Tributes Paid to the Food Movement Martyrs

COMRADES all across West Bengal paid tribute to the martyrs of the 1959 Food Movement in Bengal by hoisting the Party flag, offering flowers at their memorial and delivering speeches.

The historic movement was constituted by thousands of farmers and workers of mills and common men who came forward on the streets, demanding the right to food, owing to the artificial scarcity of rice created by a nexus between the state government and landlords, rich peasants, rice mill owners, and traders.

AP: Rich Tributes Paid to Electricity Movement Martyrs

RICH tributes were paid to Comrades Rama Krishna, Vishnuvardhan Reddy and Balaswamy, on the 20th anniversary of the Martyrs Day of the Electricity movement, on August 28.  The three were brutally killed by the then Telugu Desam Party government, which hiked electricity charges heavily and was vehemently implementing the World Bank dictates by putting a burden of Rs1,000 crore on the people of the united Andhra Pradesh.

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