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Protest against FDI
Today 7 Left parties of Delhi state that is CPI, CPIM, CPIML, SUCI(Communist), AIFB,CGPI and RSP held a massive protest against FDI decision by the RSS-BJP Central Government at Jantar Mantar at Delhi. This protest was joined by hundreds of men and women from all walks of life. This protest was addressed by Amarjeet Kaur ,CPI national secretary, Dhirendra Sharma, Secretary, Prof. Dinesh Varshney Assistant Secretary CPI Delhi state and National Council members of CPI, Brinda Karat CPIM Politburo member, K.M.Tiwari, Secretary CPIM, Delhi state, R.K.Sharma,SUCI(C) secretariat member ,Pratap Samal, Secretary SUCI Madhya Pradesh and Birju Naik Secretary CGPI.                          While addressing Amarjeet Kaur CPI said that FDI permission by Central Government without discussion in parliament is a attack on the rights of workers, retail traders, small and medium scale industries. FDI implantation will directly hurt the lar
Surrender to IMF-WB Dictates
Press ReleaseThe Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has issued following statement to the media on relaxing the FDI norms:            “The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India expresses serious concern on relaxation of FDI norms, that will adversely affect the country’s security as well as sovereignty.            After accepting the status of junior partner of USA, during his recent visit to USA, prime minister Narendra Modi has taken the most dangerous step of allowing hundred percent FDI in crucial sectors like defence, pharma, single brand retail trade, broadcasting carriage services, civil aviation and many more.            Though the government is claiming that these changes in norms of FDI will bring investment and increase job opportunities, in reality it will have adverse im
CPI on Pay Commission
Press ReleaseThe Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has issued the following statement to the media demanding upgradation of pay scales of central government employees:            “The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India expresses serious concern over the callousness of the Narendra Modi government in implementing proper hike in the emoluments of central government employees. The present hike of 14.3 per cent is the lowest compared to all the earlier pay revisions.            The Central Secretariat also feels that the minimum wage of Rs. 18,000 is much lower than Rs. 26,000 demanded by the employees. The difference between the highest and lowest wage has become much wider.            The Central Secretariat urges upon the government to have detailed discussion with the trade unions
Reply from Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh
COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIACentral OfficeAjoy Bhavan, 15, Com. Indrajit Gupta Marg, New Delhi-110002Telephone: 23232801, 23235058, Fax: 23235543, Email: cpiofindia@gmail.comGeneral Secretary: S. Sudhakar ReddyNew DelhiMay 25, 2016Shri Dr. Raman SinghHon’ble Chief Minister,Government of Chhattisgarh,Chief Minister’s Secretariat,D.K.S. Bhavan, Mantralaya,Raipur, Chhattisgarh - 492001Dear Shri Raman Singh jiI am writing to express my deep anxiety at the false charges that the Chhattisgarh police is drumming up against a visiting delegation comprised of CPI and CPM members, and professors from Delhi University and JNU. A delegation comprising of Vineet Tiwari, Joshi-Adhikari Institute, CPI member, New Delhi, Sanjay Parate, Chhattisgarh State Secretary CPI-M, Archana Prasad, Professor Jawaharlal Nehru University and CC member AIDWA, and Nandini Sundar, Professor, Delhi University who does not belong to any political party visited Bastar Division from 12 to 16 May 2016. The focus of the vis

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