Party Congress

C.C. Communique

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) met online on January 30 & 31, 2021.  It has issued the following statement:

Kisan Struggle

The Central Committee hailed the continuing massive kisan struggle demanding the repeal of the retrograde farm laws and the legislation of MSP for all crops as the legal right of all farmers in the country. 

The Central Committee extended its full solidarity and support to this struggle.

P B Communique

The Polit Bureau discussed the draft political-organisational report to be presented to the 22nd Party Congress to be held at Hyderabad from April 18 to 22, 2018. This will now be put before the Central Committee at its forthcoming meeting from March 28 to 30, 2018 and after its adoption will be placed before the Congress.

Central Committee Communiqué

The Central Committee expressed its deep concern at the wide-scale and heavy damage to crops in North India due to unseasonal rains. These rains have damaged the Rabi crop and aggravated the distress of farmers. This will lead to a further shortfall in food production. The Central Committee demanded that the Central Government and the concerned state governments take immediate steps to provide sufficient compensation and relief to the affected farmers.

P.B. Communiqué

The Polit Bureau conducted an in-depth review of the political-tactical line which the Party has been pursuing. A review report will be placed in the next Central Committee meeting. This is a preparatory step towards preparing the Draft Political Resolution for the Party Congress to be held next year.

P.B. Communiqué

During the nearly two months of the Narendra Modi government, it has become clear that the government will adopt policies for the benefit of big business and international finance capital. The direction of the Union Budget for 2014-15 is to provide concessions to the corporates and the upper classes at the expense of the poorer sections. It is a trajectory for significant privatization of the economy through large-scale sale of public sector shares and greater reliance on public-private partnership. The fiscal deficit will be reined in only by expenditure cuts and squeezing the people further.