CPIML in Bihar has written a letter to Mahagathbandhan parties RJD, CPI and CPM to appeal for a joint human chain across Bihar on 25 January on the eve of Republic Day in support of the ongoing farmers' movement.
CPIML MLAs participated in the protests at Patna in support of the countrywide trade union strike. They came out on the street after the conclusion of Assembly proceedings on 26 November. Earlier, the CPIML MLAs also protested in the Assembly and demanded the revoking of the anti-worker and anti-farmer laws in the Bihar Assembly.
Election Meetings in Bihar: The Government which had Evicted Poor is Sure to be Evicted by the Electorate
The charter presented by CPIML in the 2020 Bihar Assembly polls is in continuity with demands raised in the course of long struggles by the people of Bihar. Our charter reflects Bihar’s aspirations and determination to struggle for change. We hope that a new Government will be elected in the 2020 polls, which will work in the direction of this change. The CPIML is committed to struggling for the implementation of this people’s manifesto for change.
CPIML Submits Memorandum to Election Commission over New Election Guidelines
Conveying serious disagreements over the new election guidelines issued by the EC, the CPIML has once again submitted a memorandum to the Election Commission. Politburo member Dhirendra Jha and senior leader KD Yadav met the Chief Election Officer on 26 August 2020 and conveyed to him each point of disagreement.
Responding to the joint Left call, CPIML leaders and cadres hoisted the flag at various places across the country on 15 August and pledged to protect the Constitution and strengthen freedom and democracy in the country.
5 August 2020 marked one year of the abrogation of Article 370, the dissolving of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, and the caging of the people of J&K.