CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on July 18, 2018
THE Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) strongly condemns the brutal attack on Swami Agnivesh in Pakur, Jharkhand. The guilty are identified as belonging to the BJP Yuva Morcha. As has now become the norm, the BJP state government can be expected to treat them with great leniency. The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) demands that proper and adequate medical attention be provided to Swami Agnivesh and that the culprits be punished immediately.
AN open daylight murder of democracy is taking place in the states of West Bengal and Tripura. Human rights and political freedom have come under severe strain. This is increasingly being seen all across the country as, for example, in the brutal suppression of dalit protests as well as use of draconian laws against human rights activists.
The CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on July 5.
THE central government has made fraudulent claims that the announced hike in prices of the minimum support price (MSP) for paddy and other crops is fulfillment of the promise for implementation of the Swaminathan Commission recommendations. The Commission had recommended how the cost of production should be calculated and that the MSP should be fixed on this basis with a 50 per cent profit margin for farmers.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on July 4
A FIVE member constitution bench of the Supreme Court headed by the chief justice has upheld the rights of the elected state governments and reversed the decision of the Delhi High Court which had held that the lieutenant governor was the “administrative head” of Delhi. The Supreme Court bench has now correctly held that the lieutenant governor is bound by the advice of the elected council of ministers of Delhi government.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statements on June 30
THE Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) firmly opposes the move by the present central government to replace University Grants Commission through proposed Higher Education Commission of India (repeal of University Grants Commission Act 2018).
CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury, in a statement issued on June 17, has said that he is joining the protest rally to the prime minister’s residence on June 17, to express serious condemnation over the manner in which federalism, a fundamental feature of our constitution, is being undermined by this BJP central government.
CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on June 19
THE decision of the BJP to withdraw from the coalition government with the PDP in Jammu & Kashmir at this particular moment has the potential of creating greater political instability in the state. It signifies the total political failure of the BJP’s approach in Jammu and Kashmir.