AIPF Demands Action against Perpetrators of Silger Killings and Compensation for Victims


All India People's Forum has demanded strict action against the officers and jawans responsible for killing and injuring innocent adivasis in Silger (Sukma) in Chhattisgarh, and proper compensation for all the victims. The State government should take responsibility for the incident and take steps to avoid repetition of such incidents.

Covid Help Centre Distributes Rations Demand Day


AIARLA observed Demand Day across the country on 17 May amidst the 2nd wave of Covid. Responding to the countrywide call given by the organization, Demand Day was observed with full adherence to Covid protocol at homes, work places and offices in various Districts. CPIML activists also participated in the Demand Day program. The demands were raised through dharnas, posters, slogans and social media and a memorandum addressed to the President was sent.

Letter to The Election Commission of India 0n Blatantly communal hate speech by BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari

The CEC,
Election Commission of India

Subject: Blatantly communal hate speech by BJP candidate Suvendu Adhikari

We are sure that you have noted the communal hate speech by BJP’s candidate from the Nandigram constituency of West Bengal, Suvendu Adhikari, which has been widely reported in the media.

CPIML Demands Enquiry into Death of 6 Workers in Khagaria School Building Collapse

The CPIML legislative party leader Mahboob Alam condemned the Bihar government's attempt to whitewash the heart-wrenching death of 6 workers in the Khagaria school compound wall collapse by calling it an accident. He said that this is not an accident but the result of sheer negligence. The Chief Minister cannot hush up the truth by giving Rs 4 lakhs compensation to the victims' families. He demanded a full enquiry by a committee constituted by the Assembly.

Joshimath Disaster: CPIML Demands Prosecution of NTPC Authorities For Negligence

Below is the text of the letter written to the Inspector In-Charge, Kotwali Joshimath, District Chamoli. This letter was sent by registered post to Joshimath Thana because the Thana in-charge was away in disaster-affected Tapovan and the Deputy Inspector who was present in the Thana expressed his inability to accept this letter in the absence of the in-charge.