Srinagar, August 27: CPI (M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami on Friday filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court praying for early hearing to his plea of petitions which include challenge to Centre’s decision to abrogate provisions of Articles 370 and 35A and J&K Reorganisation Act-2019.
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On 24th August five female contract teachers in West Bengal, tried to commit suicide in protest against their transfer to places far off from their homes. The teachers were rushed to NRS hospital, where the condition of two is reportedly serious. Com. Sujan Chakraborty, CPI(M) central committee member along with Com. Anadi Sahu, general secretary of the West Bengal unit of CITU visited the hospital and spoke to the doctors and police officers present.
CPI(M) Kerala State Secretariat member and Kerala Industries Minister P Rajeev participated in the Onam celebrations at Mamalakandam Elambalassery tribal village in Kothamangalam , Ernakulam.
A CPI(M) delegation comprising of MLA Comrade Ajay Kumar visited flood affected areas in Samastipur of Bihar and met families which have been affected. Relief operations are being carried out by the Party in the Area and relief materials are being distributed.
Land erosion at the banks of the Ganga River, Harishchandrapur, Malda in West Bengal caused massive damage to the surrounding villages. Heavy rain lately has worsened the situation. A delegation of Malda District Committee of the CPI(M) visited the place, extended their support to the victim families.
Health Minister of Kerala Com. Veena George said the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine had been given to more than half of the state's population. According to the projected population of 3.54 crore by 2021, 50.25% (1,77,88,931) have been vaccinated with the first dose. The target was achieved within 213 days of the start of vaccination in the state on January 16. The Minister lauded all the health workers, officials, people's representatives and other volunteers who have been working even for the state's vaccination drive.
On August 14, 2021, the 114th birth anniversary of the legendary Kisan leader of the famous Warli Adivasi Revolt from 1945-47, one of the founders of the Maharashtra Rajya Kisan Sabha in 1945, a member of the CPI(M) Central Committee for over 25 years, and the first and only woman President of the All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS) from 1986 to 1989, Comrade Godavari Parulekar, was celebrated through various programmes held at Talasari in Palghar district.
Protest demonstrations were carried out across the state with the demands of free vaccination for all, unhindered supply of medicine, injections, ventilators and oxygen, Rs 7500 for every family outside income tax ambit, immediate stop Central Vista construction work, utilisation of PM Cares fund in procuring vaccine and more. Pictures from Bhopal, Gwalior and Guna.
Red Volunteers stand with people, for the people and for the people like none other in West Bengal.
CPI(M) Bihar State Committee Finalises Names of Candidates for 4 Constituencies Party Will Fight in Upcoming Bihar Elections.