Statewide Protests in Uttar Pradesh against Hate Speeches

CPIML organized statewide protests in Uttar Pradesh on 7 January 2022 to demand arrest of the persons who spread communal venom through hate speeches in ‘Dharm Sansads’ and to ban such events that harm democracy, secularism and our Constitution. A memorandum was sent to the President with these demands. The kind of speeches that were made at the so-called Dharm Sansad in Haridwar on 17-19 December 2021 were an open call to spreading hate and communal violence.

CPIML Legislative Party Meeting In Bihar

The CPIML legislative party has started preparing to effectively take on the Nitish government, which that has failed on every front, in the coming budget session. A meeting of the legislative party was held at the residence of Deputy Leader Satyadev Ram on January 3. Legislative party in-charge Rajaram Singh was also present at the meeting along with MLAs legislative party leader Mehboob Alam, Satyadev Ram, whip Arun Singh, Virendra Prasad Gupta, Rambali Singh Yadav, Sandeep Saurabh, Manoj Manzil, Amarjit Kushwaha and Gopal Ravidas.

Andhra Pradesh CPIML Conference

The state conference of Andhra Pradesh was held on 18th and 19th of December on the occasion of Com. Vinod Mishra’s 23rd Martyrdom Day. The conference began with paying tributes to Comrade Vinod Mishra. The conference was inaugurated in an open session by the General Secretary Com Dipankar. The representatives of Left parties greeted the conference.

A 7 member presidium led by Comrade Harinath conducted the conference proceedings.

Left Parties organize Statewide Protests in Uttar Pradesh

Left parties--CPIML, CPI-M, CPI and Forward Bloc--organized statewide protests in Uttar Pradesh on 28 December 2021 on demands including curbing inflation, providing employment for youth, repeal of 4 labour codes, dismissal of MoS Health Ajay Mishra Teni responsible for the massacre of farmers in Tikonia, ending oppression of adivasis, dalits, minorities and women, arrest of hate speech makers at the Haridwar religious conclave and establishment of rule of law.

Oust BJP, Save UP Rally in Sikandarpur

Addressing an 'Oust BJP, Save UP' rally at in Sikandarpur on 19 December, Jeeradei (Bihar) MLA Amarjeet Kushwaha said that the autocracy of the Modi-Yogi governments has ruined the people, inflation, unemployment and corruption are rife, and the law and order machinery is openly working in favour of dominant privileged sections. He called on the people to oust the Yogi-led BJP government from Uttar Pradesh and vote to ensure victory for CPIML candidate Shriram Chaudhury from Sikandarpur.

CPIML in Gram Panchayat Elections in Gujarat

CPIML led the fight in the Gram Panchayat election in Kaprada and Dharampur Taluka, Valsad District with the slogan 'Adivasiyon ka ek hi nara, Jal jangal jameen hamara' (the sole slogan of adivasis, water, forest and land are ours). At every step in the campaigning for this election CPIML activists courageously faced threats from BJP-Bajrang Dal (and even Congress in some places) goons and presented to the people a narrative of the difficult struggles carried out by CPIML for forest rights for adivasis and other issues.