CPI(ML)’s Jaynagar block committee, Koderma district, organised a protest against the attacks on the para teachers by the Raghuvar government in Jharkhand and expressed solidarity with their demands. The protestors also demanded the release of the teachers who had been arrested during teachers’ agitation. The pressure of the people’s protest
A united campaign against war mongering- ‘War, Chhod na Yaar’ (Say No to War my friend) was called by more than 30 organisations on 9 November at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. The 9 November programme was preceded by screening of anti-war films and holding discussions at several venues in Delhi.
CPI(ML) Darbhanga district committee and AIARLA started an indefinite land rights satyagraha in front of the Darbhanga Collectorate from 20 October 2016 on the issues of giving possession over the lands to parcha holders (allottees), land for the landless, and legal land rights for people who have been settled on
Comrade Dipankar Bhattacharya, CPI(ML) General Secretary visited Chandigarh on 12-13 November. During his two days visit he addressed a meeting of the CPI(ML) Union Territory Committee of Chandigarh and a meeting of students and youth comrades. A get together of intellectuals and activists was also organized on 13 November where
CPI(ML)’s state level cadre meet was held at Tanjore on 6 November 2016. More than 150 cadres from all over Tamil Nadu participated in this meet. The party cadres discussed ‘November revolution and its relevance to India’, an article published in Theepori (Party’s Tamil organ). During the meeting, ways and
A Public meeting to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Russian revolution was held at Tanjore on 7 November 2016. It was titled- “Prepare for Indian revolution in the light of Russian revolution”. The meeting was presided by Rajan, District committee member of CPI(ML) and addressed by State committee member Desikan,
On 22 October, thousands of adivasis participated in the ‘Mahakrosh rally’ against the amendments in the SPT and CNT acts responding to the call of Adivasi Sangharsh Morcha (comprising of 40 adivasi organisations). In order to stop the thousands of adivasis joining from Khunti, the police fired in which the