CPIML organized statewide protests on 3 June against the Bihar government’s arbitrary decision to dissolve Panchayats and carry on the work of Panchayati Raj through an Advisory Committee, instead of extending their tenure by 6 months through an ordinance. The party protested against this undemocratic step from the Party office and other places in Patna and various Districts.
In response to the call given by the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) and trade unions to observe 26 May 2021 as Black Day for Indian Democracy, All India Kisan Mahasabha, AICCTU and CPIML organized protests across all the states.
Responding to the call given by various people's organizations and opposition parties, thousands of people across Uttarakhand are raising their voice. A protest dharna from homes was organized from 11 am to 12 pm on 8 May 2021 with the slogan, "Each and every patient is the government's responsibility! Either provide treatment for the sick, or resign from power!"
CPIML organized Demand Day across Bihar on 28 April 2021 on the following issues: guarantee oxygen beds for all Covid patients; reserve 50% beds for Covid patients in all government and private hospitals in Patna; arrange 500 beds and 100 ventilators in District hospitals; set up temporary hospitals and appoint doctors and other health workers without delay or make alternative arrangements; speed up Covid testing.
CPIML organized statewide protests across Uttar Pradesh on 25 April against the government's failure to curb Covid deaths. The protests were held between 12 noon and 1 pm at houses, party offices and work places while observing Covid protocol. Protesters held placards with slogans and demands, posted pictures and videos on social media, and memorandums were sent via email from many Districts to the government.
CPIML and RJD jointly organized a protest on 30 March at Ghanta Chowk in Bhagalpur against the brutal beating to death of Irrigation department employee Sanjay Kumar by the police at Barari Thana. Mahagathbandhan activists protested by burning Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's effigy and raising slogans against the brutal killing and demanding the repeal of the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill 2021.
Responding to the 'FCI Bachao' (Save FCI) call given by the Samyukt Kisan Morcha, CPIML and All India Kisan Mahasabha organized dharna protests across Uttar Pradesh on 5 April.
Bharat Bandh was organized on 26 March 2021 across the country.
Dhikkar Diwas Observed in Bihar: MLAs Brutally Beaten Inside Assembly, Police Raj Act Forcibly Passed
The first use of the Bihar Special Armed Police Bill 2021 was perpetrated inside the Bihar Assembly itself on 23 March 2021.
Shattering all rules and traditions of the constitutional and parliamentary system, police and goons entered the Assembly, brutally beat up opposition MLAs and pushed them out, after which BJP-JDU passed the draconian Bihar Special Armed Police Bill 2021 changing Bihar into a Police Raj.