Chattisgarh: CPI(M) participates in Human Chain

THE CPI(M) participated in the Human Chain in different parts of the state along with other mass organisations and Left Parties and took oath on secularism and on protecting the Constitution of India. The call was observed on January 30th. In Raipur, the capital of Chattisgarh, Sanjay Parate addressed the meeting after the Human Chain. He said the CAA is a divisive law that divides the country on the basis of religion and goes against the basic tenets of our constitution. He appealed to the people that the NPR questionnaire should not be answered.

Satyagraha call on Mahatma Gandhi’s martyrdom day

THE Left parties comprising CPI(ML)-Liberation, CPI and CPI(M) observed one day satyagraha programme in different parts of the state. This call was given against the attacks on the democratic rights of the people of the country especially after the unilateral passing of the Citizenship(Amendment) Act and the proposed implementation of the NPR and NRC. In Patna, the capital of Bihar, in front of the Gandhi’s statue, in Gandhi Maidan, leaders of Left Parties participated in the programme.

In Defence of Secularism and Pluralism: The Mumbai Collective 2020

THE constitution of India is the foundational document that guides our country's polity. For every Indian citizen, the constitution secures justice, freedom of thought, expression, belief, worship and faith as well as equality of status. The constitution was the outcome of our national movement for independence from colonial rule that involved people from all strata of Indian society. It is a matter of great concern, however, that many of these constitutional guarantees available to Indian citizens are threatened in the recent period.

DELHI: DU Teachers March to Parliament

TEACHERS of Delhi University marched to Parliament Street on February 10, to draw attention to their demands related to their service conditions, including pensions, promotions, permanency in jobs and unwarranted recoveries from salaries. A key demand of the over two month long DUTA agitation is the one-time regulation for absorption of ad-hoc and temporary teachers which will allow the regularisation of the services of the thousands of temporary/ad-hoc teachers.

TRIPURA: Badal Chowdhury Released on Bail

AFTER spending 86 days in police and judicial custody as a victim of political vendetta of the BJP- IPFT government, Badal Chowdhury, CPI(M) Central Committee member and deputy leader of opposition in state legislative assembly, finally got bail on February 1. Justice Arindam Lodh of Tripura High Court granted him bail as the police failed to submit chargesheet against him even after almost three months.

ODISHA: Big March against CAA-NRC-NPR in Bhubaneswar

ON January 30, the martyrdom day of Mahatma Gandhi, the state capital of Odisha witnessed an unprecedented march against CAA-NRC-NPR in response to a united call given by secular and progressive political outfits, social groups, academics, artists, students and youth under the banner of “We the People of India”. A peaceful gathering of more than 50,000 people solemnly reaffirmed their faith in the Constitution of India and took a pledge to uphold its all-inclusive principles and values at any cost.


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