Campaigns & Struggles

On 71st Republic Day, a historic human chain was formed in Kerala. It was 620 kms long and saw participation of around 70 lakh people. It was kicked off at Kasaragod.

Rally of Com. K. Narayan, CPI(M) candidate from Andheri West Vidhan Sabha Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra assembly elections. Hundreds of people joined the first rally of their leader's campaign.

Comrade Gopin Soren, our candidate from Rajmahal Lok Sabha constituency in Jharkhand, is leading a strong campaign. He is holding small meetings at every nook and corner to popularise party’s alternative politics among the people. He is appealing to the people to defeat Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and to ensure CPI(M)’s victory.

On the call of Left Parties, people assembled on Feb 28 in Raj Ghat of Delhi appealing for peace and harmony in the city. The meeting was addressed by CPI(M) general secretary comrade Sitaram Yechury and Polit Bureau Member comrade Brinda Karat.

A delegation of Left parties led by Com. K K Ragesh CPI(M) MP, Com. Binoy Viswam CPI MP, Delhi CPI(M) State Secretariat members comrades Maimoona Mollah, Anurag Saxena, Asha Sharma and others visited the riot affected regions in North East Delhi

The CPI(M), which had recently won the Dahanu (ST) assembly seat in Palghar district in October 2019 with its young MLA Comrade Vinod Nikole, improved its position in these elections.

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Views That Matter

The situation of Indian economy and government’s finance was already precarious when the Coronavirus pandemic hit India. In that context, one of the few things that could be seen as a silver lining was that the government was sitting on massive stocks of foodgrain.

[The first part of this paper dealt with the impact of COVID-19 Lockdown on agricultural production, markets and public procurement. In the second part, we deal with the crisis of rural employment.]

Lack of preparation by the Central government for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a massive blow to India’s economy and has caused eno

Parliamentary Arena

Over the years, several journalists have lost their lives while reporting about human rights violations, corruption and for doing their job. In 2018, three journalists have lost their lives, the latest of them being veteran Kashmiri journalist Shujaat Bukhari.

The central government controls social development programmes like MGNREGA, ICDS but has no commitment to them and is curtailing budgetary allocation.

In the North East Indian States bamboos grow abundantly in the forest and plains. There are many restrictions in cutting trees from forests. So many people are growing bamboos in their private land for commercial purposes.