CPIM
01/21/2017 at 16:43. Facebook
CPI-M Polit Bureau member,West Bengal State Secretary Comrade Surjya Kanta Mishra addressed a huge gathering at Contai, Purba Mednipur on the occasion of 37th AIKS District Conference. Comrade Mishra categorically said that the protest and movement on the Bhangor issue will continue. He demanded an independent investigation of the Police firing and the death of two innocent villagers. CPI-M...
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CPIM
01/21/2017 at 14:50. Facebook
#DeMonetisation

By now it is clear to everyone that demonetisation is a total failure.
CPIM
01/21/2017 at 14:43. Facebook
CPI (M) Seeks Sub Plan for 52 per cent BCs : Comrade Tammineni

Comrade Veerabhadram demanded that TRS Government should implement reservations to BCs as per 52 per cent population and come up with a separate "Sub Plan" with adequate funds. Welcoming the government decision to offer 12 per cent reservation to Muslim Minorities he asked the chief minister to justice to the BCs, SC, ST and...
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CPIM
01/21/2017 at 10:40. Facebook
Comrade Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami Speaks in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly!

While speaking in Jammu and Kashmir assembly on issues related to state of health infrastructure in the state and country, he urged the government to ensure proper funding for the same. He said that the health sector should not be seen as profit making venture.
CPIM
01/21/2017 at 09:21. Facebook
Alipore Court has unconditionally released to all our Comrades and has rejected the case against them. The vindictive politics of the Mamata led Government has been exposed once again. Comrade Sujan Chakrabarti said the protest will continue. CPI (M) Salutes all Comrades.
CPIM
01/21/2017 at 07:13. Facebook
The MP, MLA and leaders of the ruling TMC went to jail on being found guilty in the chit fund scams which stole the hard earned money of the common people. While our leaders and activists have been taken to custody for protesting against the Police firing at Bhangar, South 24 Pargana which took lives of two innocent villagers. 135 Comrades have spent the last night at chilling cold of Lalbajar...
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CPIM
01/21/2017 at 06:06. Facebook
Protest rallies hit the street in various parts of the state following the arrest of 135 Comrades along with Comrade Sujan Chakraborti and Kanti Ganguly who were protesting the death of two innocent villagers during Police firing at Bhangar, West Bengal.
CPIM
01/21/2017 at 05:31. Facebook
#DeMonetisation
CPIM
01/21/2017 at 05:08. Facebook
CPI-M Remembers Comrade Lenin!
A Great Revolutionary and Leader of the Masses!

Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, popularly and endearingly called Lenin, was born in the city of Sinbirsk in 1870. He joined a Marxist circle at an early age and became a seasoned and matured Marxist in a short period. He united all the Marxist workers in St Petersburg in 1895 and carried to them the revolutionary message...
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CPIM
yesterday at 14:43. Facebook
Following are some photos from Jharkhand where the All India Kisan Sabha and CITU organized programs on the issue of #Demonetization and inadequate supply of new currency notes. The absence of alternative arrangements has resulted in crumbling of Economic activities.
CPIM
yesterday at 12:07. Facebook
Comrades Sujan Chakraborty, Salim and Comrade Kanti Ganguly have been arrested while protesting in front of Milan Mela Prangan, Kolkata on the issues of Bhangor. CPI-M condemns this autocratic behaviour of the TMC government. On one hand the police is busy in brutal oppression of the people protesting, on the other hand leaders raising their voices are being arrested. Shame!
CPIM
yesterday at 10:37. Facebook
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CPIM
yesterday at 10:15. Facebook
Two people were killed and several injured in the Bhangor area of South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal on Tuesday as police had opened fire on the protesting villagers opposing construction of a Power Grid sub-station in the area. Police & ruling TMC miscreants ransacked villagers house & tortured even women & children. Comrades Salim, Kanti Ganguly and Sujan Chakraborty had visited the...
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CPIM
yesterday at 10:08. Facebook
CPI(M) organised a protest against PM Modi and Andhra CM Chandrababu Naidu for bring in policies which are helping PayTM, a private firm. CPI (M) AP State Secretary Comrade Penumalli Madhu participated in the agitation in Vijayawada and burnt the Govt's effigy.
CPIM
yesterday at 08:21. Facebook
This is What left stands for unlike other parties who spend money of the people in their lavish travels.

The Tripura chief minister set-off from Guwahati on Saturday and reached the cyber city early on Sunday after a nearly 3,000 km long railway journey. Sarkar straightaway left for Bagalkot,

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Tripura CM says no to flight, travels 3,000 kilometres in train to Karnataka | Bengaluru NYOOOZ

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CPIM
yesterday at 03:30. Facebook
Comrade Dinanath Singh Yadav addressed a public meeting in Baburi, Chandauli in support of CPI-M candidate Comrade Shri Prasad. Comrade Prasad is candidate from this constituency for upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.
CPIM
01/19/2017 at 14:15. Facebook
CPI-M Flays Centre, State on Rohith case

During his Mahajana Padayatra at Warangal rural area, CPI-M State Secretary Comrade Tammineni Veerabhadram sought to know as to why the government failed to arrest those who were involved in the death of Rohith Vemula of HCU. Garlanding a photograph of Rohith, he slammed the Centre and State Governments for colluding to avoid punishing the guilty in...
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CPIM
01/19/2017 at 11:23. Facebook
Oppose Disinvestment in General Insurance

The CPI(M) strongly opposes the clearance given by the Union Cabinet for disinvestment of shares in the 5 public sector general insurance companies. The decision is to disinvest by 25 per cent shares in each of these companies.

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Oppose Disinvestment in Insurance

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CPIM
01/19/2017 at 11:11. Facebook
#LeftAlternative

The Government that Ensures Development of All Sections of the Society!
Towards Inclusive Development!