The CPIML Uttar Pradesh observed statewide Protest Day on 7 June against police repression in Sonbhadra. The party sent a memorandum to the Chief Minister demanding the release of paralyzed party activist Mohd Kalim, removal of Robertsganj Chowki in-charge and justice to the victims through a judicial enquiry into the entire incident, including the beating up of the activist and his daughter in the Thana.
A 12-member Chhattisgarh Bachao Andolan delegation on the way to Silger in Bastar on 6 June was stopped at Nelsanar Thana on the borders of Bijapur District and was prevented even from going up to the Bijapur District HQs. The delegation raised slogans for one hour at the Thana against the administration’s attitude and broke the barriers to try to proceed to Bijapur on foot, but the police prevented them and they had to return to Raipur.
The Covid Help Centre in Patna run by CPIML, AISA and RYA entered its 37th day on 30 May 2021. Its volunteers have now started a Covid protocol awareness campaign in addition to distribution of ration packets among the urban poor in Patna facing lockdown-induced distress.
The Covid Help Centre run by CPIML-AISA-RYA entered its 30th day on 22 May 2021. For the past 30 days volunteers from the Centre have been continuously running a relief campaign for needy daily workers, construction workers, footpath vendors and others who are bearing the double brunt of Corona and lockdown-induced difficulties.
The relief campaign is led by Samta Rai, Ghalib Kaleem, Vinay Kumar, Kumar Divyam, Anant Shaswat, Neeraj Yadav, Pratik, Sameer and other students and youth.
After the postmortem report in the Faizal Hussain case in Unnao, CPIML Uttar Pradesh State unit said in a statement on 23 May that this is a straight case of murder by the police, therefore there must be strict action against the Bangarmau SO and the entire Thana in order to provide justice to the family of the deceased victim.
AIPWA General Secretary Meena Tiwari informed that few days ago the matter of gangrape of a woman Covid patient undergoing treatment at Patna's Paras Hospital came to light. The charge was brought by the victim's daughter. Later, we got news of the woman's death. Clearly this is not an ordinary case but prima facie appears extremely suspicious. Therefore AIPWA demands a high level enquiry into this entire matter.