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Centre must take calculated risks in Kashmir: CPI


‘Situation is much graver than it appears to be' Describing the situation in Kashmir as “much graver” than it appeared to be, the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Wednesday said the Centre needed to take “calculated risks” to defuse it. Sharing experiences of his visit to Jammu and Kashmir as part of the all-party delegation, party MP Gurudas Dasgupta said the anger of the people of the Valley was not “unsubstantiated.” He demanded the withdrawal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) selectively, the release of all political ...


CPI activists in Chhattisgarh being targeted, says D. Raja


NEW DELHI: Communist Party of India national secretary D. Raja will tour Dantewada and Jagdalpur in Chhattisgarh where the police are targeting his party cadres in the name of combating Maoists. Besides interacting with key CPI functionaries in the area, Mr. Raja has requested to meet Chief Minister Raman Singh about why the police was arresting activists of a “national and legitimate” party, and alleging that they were Maoists. “It is a deliberate attempt to target the CPI and terrorise the tribals of the region, particularly by a senior police official of the ...


Left Front should not run like one-party rule: CPI


The Communist Party of India (CPI) Sunday said West Bengal's ruling Left Front should not 'run like a one-party rule'. CPI general secretary A.B. Bardhan, without naming anyone while taking a dig at the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), here said that every party should get its due respect. 'Currently we are having a Left Front government in the state. We are also part of this. We have to prepare for the coming assembly elections from now. The big party has to come forward and take the initiative. The Left Front should run like a front and not like a one-party rule. While ...


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CPI NC Calls For United Resistance To Growing Fascistic Offensive
The National Council of the Communist Party of India that concluded its three days session here in Party headquarter Ajoy Bhavan on July 17, has noted with serious concern the growing fascistic offensive, both politically and economically, of the Narendra Modi government and has called for concrete initiatives to organize united resistance by uniting all Left, democratic and secular forces. It has also urged the Party rank and file to organize ideological campaign to counter the Sangh Parivar offensive fully backed by the Union Government.            The National Council meeting preceded by the two days meeting of National Executive was presided over by Dr. Nara Singh, secretary of Manipur State Council of the Party. General Secretary of the Party Com. S. Sudhakar Reddy piloted the main document on political and economic developments during past six months since last National Council meeting in January held at Guntur in Andhra Prad
CPI National Council Meeting Adopted Three Resolutions
COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIANational Council MeetingOn July 15-17, 2016 at New DelhiResolution on In Support of 2nd September 2016 All India General Strike            The National Council meeting being held in New Delhi from 15th – 17thJuly 2016 supports the call of the Central Trade Unions and independent employees federations for All India General Strike on 2nd September 2016 against anti-labour and anti-people policies of BJP led NDA government. This call was given by National Convention of Workers held on 30thMarch, 2016.            The Convention noted that the attitude of the government is profoundly negative and hugely challenging to the working class. Despite CTUs readiness to resolve the 12 point charter of demands pertaining to government taking meaningful steps to curb price rise of essential commodities, generate employment, stopping FDI in core sectors of economy and
CPI National Council Meeting Adopted Three Resolutions
COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIANational Council MeetingOn July 15-17, 2016 at New DelhiResolution on J & K DevelopmentsThe National Council in its meeting at Delhi from 15th to 17th July 2016 takes serious note of the deteriorating confrontational situation in Jammu and Kashmir since the killing of three youth who joined separatists including Burhan Wani taking away 33 lives of mostly young people who are on protest on streets. About thousand people have been injured and three hundred protesters have injuries in eyes.            The State government of PDP-BJP has failed to reach to the people and the confrontation between protesting people and the police has aggravated in furthering the alienation of Kashmiri people. The calculated silence by the ruling alliance in the state and the central government for the reasons best known to them has done great damage to the peaceful environment of the state. The politics of social-cultural de-
CPI Condemns Attacks on Dalits in Gujarat
Press ReleaseThe Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has issued the following statement to the press:The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India condemns strongly the treatment being meted out to Dalit boys and the politics being played around it in Gujarat. The state government did not take cognizance of the matter till large scale protests erupted in the state with angry youth coming out on the streets. The Chief Minister visited after nine days of the ghastly event. Allowing these issues to remain unattended seems to gain electoral advantage in the mind of BJP leadership.It is widely known that huge meat consignments are exported from Gujarat by various private companies mostly owned by the majority community and nobody even raised any issue, but it is the Dalit community people who are being made the target of caste hatred. The atrocities on Dalits are on rise in all BJP ruled states and the central and state governments have the moral responsibili



 
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