To the great shock of the entire trade union movement in Delhi, the health workers movement and CPIML comrades all over India, Comrade Ramkishan, All India Vice President of AICCTU and General Secretary of All India Health Employees and Workers Confederation (AIHEWC), suddenly passed away on 17 August 2021 while on a morning walk near his home in Sriniwas Puri, Delhi due to massive heart attack at the age of 72.
Veteran leader of State Govt employees' movement in Bihar and Jharkhand and CPIML Hazaribag District committee member Comrade Chandreshwar Prasad Rai, 76, passed away on 24 August. He suffered a sudden cardiac arrest. We mourn this unfortunate loss and pay our condolences to his bereaved family, friends and comrades.
Red Salute Comrade Chandreshwar Prasad Rai!
Senior CPIML leader from Pilibhit Comrade Allauddin Shastri passed away on 22 May 2021 in Lucknow. He was 89 and undergoing treatment for the past 2 months at the Lucknow Medical College. Comrade Allauddin Shastri was one of the pillars of the party in Pilibhit. His demise caused an immense loss. He has left with us a rich legacy of peoples struggles.
Comrade Bachha Singh, 80, of Sikti (Mashrak, Saran) in Bihar passed away on 11 May due to Covid. He was a comrade with a lifelong dedication to the party, the poor, and the working class. Even while working as a Survey Inspector in Dhanbad (Jharkhand) he remain dedicated for the party and the workers' movement. The demise of Comrade Bachha Singh is an irreparable loss to the party. The entire party stands in solidarity with the bereft family in this hour of sorrow.
Red Salute to Comrade Bachha Singh!
Always with the party in struggles and troubled times, senior leader from Champaran Comrade Ram Pratap Paswan is with us no more!
Comrade Zafar Javed, resident of Gopalganj and 62 years old, passed away on 8 May 2021 at a private hospital in Patna. Covid-19 snatched him away from us.
Comrade Zafar was associated with the party from his student days. Later he joined in the police department. He was employed in Mirganj Thana at Gopalganj. He rose to the rank of DSP and retired two years ago. His image was that of a fearless, committed and pro-people officer.