AIDWA Delegation meets Rape Victim

AN AIDWA delegation comprising Brinda Karat, Subhashini Ali, and other UP leaders; Seema Katiyar-secretary, Neelam Tiwari-joint secretary, Sudha Singh-vice president, Malti Yadav, Pushpa and Maimoona (Delhi) visited Shahjahanpur UP on September 26. 

Brinda Karat accompanied the family of the rape survivor to the Shahjahanpur district jail and met her. In a terrible act of inhumanity, she was arrested on September 25 on charges of extortion etc., brought against her by rape accused, a former BJP central minister, Chinmayanand. 

Maharashtra: CPI(M) Releases First list of Candidates

THE CPI(M) Maharashtra state committee has announced the first list of four candidates for the ensuring assembly elections for the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. The names of the candidates are as:

1. Solapur Central               Narasayya Adam

2. Kalwan (ST)                      J P Gavit

3.Nashik West                      Dr D L Karad

4.Dahanu (ST)                     Vinod Nikole

The Party has stated that the main objectives of the CPI(M) in this election are:

Haryana: AIDWA State Conference

THE 10th Haryana state conference of AIDWA was held on August 31-September1 at Bhiwani on the issues of drug abuse, liquor menace, patriarchal ideology manifesting in various formsand other issues confronting the people and the women in particular.

The open session was presided over by Shakuntala Jhakhad, state president of AIDWA and Shubha who is a famous poet and writer.

Kerala: LDF Wins Pala By-Election

IN Pala an assembly constituency which always stood with right wing especially with late K M Mani founder leader of Kerala Congress, LDF registered an emphatic victory in a by-election held on September 23. LDF’s nominee, Mani C Kappan, won with 2,943 votes. The election was necessitated due to the death of K M Mani who was the representative of Pala for last 54 years. In 2016 Mani won with a margin of 4,703 votes. In this election, NCP leader and LDF candidate, Mani C Kappan bagged 54,137 votes while UDF candidate Jose Tom got 51,194. NDA candidate, G Hari gets 18,044 votes.

HKS Surjeet Bhawan Inaugurated Permanent Party School to Train Cadres

H K S SURJEET Bhawan was inaugurated on October 2, 2019 at New Delhi. The bhawan will be a permanent party school for the cadres to be trained in the science of Marxism. The flag hoisting at the Surjeet Bhawan was done by S R Pillai, senior most Polit Bureau member of the CPI(M). The statute of Comrade  H K S Surjeet was unveiled by Biman Bose-PB member and the official inauguration of the building was done by Sitaram Yechury-general secretary of the Party.

Haryana: CPI(M) to Contest 7 Seats

THE following candidates were announced by the CPI(M) Haryana state committee for the ensuing state assembly elections.

1. Suresh Kumar                                 Adampur

2. Jagtar Singh                                                Tohana

3. Julana                                              Ramesh Chander

4. Bhiwani Khera®                             Ram Mehar (SC)

5. Kalanaur®                                       Kamlesh-woman(SC)

Left Parties National Convention

THE Left parties – Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation, Revolutionary Socialist Party  and the All India Forward Bloc – have organised an all India convention at New Delhi on September 20. They have given a call for week long actions throughout the country from October 10 to 16. On October 16th, there will be massive protest demonstrations in different parts of the country.

Rajasthan: Successful Mass Movement Against Attack on Girl Students

After a prolonged persistent struggle initially by the students of Sikar college in Rajasthan, and then led by the CPI(M) against the brutal cane charge on girl students; the demands of the struggle were eventually met by forcing the state government to transfer the district magistrate and the police chief. The agitation continued for over 24 days from August 28 when the students were attacked by the police.


TRIPURA: Police Permission for Dalit Rally Withdrawn at Last Minute

IN an unprecedented move, Tripura Police in Agartala had suddenly stopped a march convened by the Tripura Tapasili Jati Samanway Samiti (TTJSS) as part of an all-India protest call. A convention was organised on September 1 as part of it and the police permission was sought much in advance. But initially, they denied permission on the grounds that the date coincided with the day of by-election to the Badharghat assembly constituency. Then it was rescheduled for September 25.


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