CPI(M) in States

Surjya Kanta Mishra, leader of the opposition in the West Bengal assembly wondered why the Shyamal Sen Commission report on the Saradha scam was not being made public.

Setting another example of its alternative pro people policy look out and what can be done even with meagre resources, the Left Front
Government in Tripura became the first state in the country to introduce cash subsidy on mustard oil and pulses for all the families

The West Bengal Left Front committee has strongly protested against the winding up of the Shyamal Sen Commission

CPI(M) candidate J.P. Gavit has won the Kalwan (ST) assembly seat in the elections to the Maharashtra assembly. The Party has won this seat in Nashik district for the seventh time.

Chairman of the West Bengal Left Front, Biman Basu, announced that seventeen Left parties will hold a joint convention in the second week of November against communalism.

In the last one week from October 5 to 12, impressive rallies and public meetings of the CPI(M) were held in all the 20 constituencies.

CPI(M) Polit Bureau member and leader of the opposition in the West Bengal assembly, Surjya Kanta Mishra has demanded that “Mamata Banerjee should tell the people of Bengal whether she supports forces active against the secular identity of Bangladesh.”

Prakash Karat made a fervent plea for sending Left members to Assembly to raise issues of working masses, push forward the struggle for alternative policies and healthy politics in Haryana.

The CPI(M) Delhi State Committee has congratulated the people of Bawana Resettlement Colony for standing unitedly against the dastardly attempts of the RSS-BJP to incite communal violence.

The Punjab State Committee of the CPI(M) has strongly condemned the cold blooded murder of two young dalit brothers at Jamalpur in Ludhiana district.