Ambedkar Jayanti: Defeat the BJP to Save Democracy and Constitution

Paying tribute to Babasaheb Ambedkar on his death his birth anniversary on April 14, a public meeting organised by INDIA Alliance in Charpokhari block in Arrah’s Agiaon. Before the meeting, a life-size statue of Ambedkar was unveiled by CPIML General Secretary Dipankar and other leaders at Maulabagh welfare hostel in Ara. Several ex-students and current students of the hostel joined to fulfill their long-awaited dream of having an Ambedkar statue in the hostel campus.

Carry Forward Phule's Revolutionary Legacy and Resolve to Strengthen the Struggle for Social Justice

On the 197th birth anniversary of Jyotirao Phule, the warrior of the fight for social equality in India, CPIML organized programs across the state with the resolve to save the Constitution and democracy. On April 11, garlands were laid on the Phule’s statue at Daroga Rai Path in Patna.

AICCTU Demands High Level Inquiry into Chhattisgarh Bus Accident

A joint team of All India Central Council of Trade Unions (AICCTU) and Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha visited Kumhari in Durg district to investigate into the horrific bus accident which was carrying distillery workers. The accident took place on April 9 led to death of 12 laborers and about 20 laborers are in critical condition. Three women workers were among those killed. All these workers were employed by Kedia Distillery, who mostly used to travel to and from Bhilai by the company bus.

Trailblazing ‘Janata Coupon’ Campaign by CPIML Puts People Over Corporate in Elections

With call of ‘People's coupons, not clandestine corporate bonds,’ ranks of CPIML are visiting houses of people as part of ‘Har Ghar Chalo’ campaign requesting for vote and a contribution of Rs. 20. At a time when, electoral bonds and corporate donations to political parties have dented the electoral process in India, Janta Coupon campaign will put people over corporate. 

Police Violence on Plus-two Students

Protesting against the notification to discontinue plus-two (intermediate) classes being held in colleges from April 1 issued by the Bihar Education Department, hundreds of students marched to the office ruling JD(U) on March 1. The march was met with heavy police repression, and several students were injured, including AISA activist Hemant Raj in the police lathi-charge. CPIML MLA Rambali Singh condemned the police action and said that the BJP-Nitish government is hell-bent on destroying the lives of students and the education system in Bihar.