New Delhi

CPIML Statement on the Bihar Elections

 

Even though the NDA has managed to secure a narrow win in Bihar, the Bihar Assembly elections, the first major elections held in the shadow of Covid19 pandemic and the brutal, painful lockdown, have sent out very inspiring messages for all forces fighting for secure livelihood, dignity and rights of the people and the future of India as a secular democratic republic.

CPI(ML) Central Committee Deplores Modi's Misleading and Evasive Statement, Calls for Observing a Day of Mourning and Respect for Fallen Soldiers on 22 June

MODI's speech at the 19 June 'all party meeting' raised more questions than it cared to answer. The only fact he accepts is the one that has sadly become incontrovertible for all: twenty Indian soldiers including a colonel have been killed in hand to hand combat with Chinese troops. Subsequently ten soldiers including four officers have been released by China, even though India never admitted that any of our soldiers were missing or captured by the Chinese side.

Statement on Gas leak tragedy at LG Polymer Plant in Visakhapatnam

CPIML demands strict action against LG Polymer and government officials for negligence!

The Accountability for this Disaster Must be Fixed.

Victim Families Must Get Proper Compensation and Care.

Modi government must care for safety and environmental regulations and  withdraw proposed Labour Code Bills including ‘Code on Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions’!

CPIML Liberation stands in solidarity with people of Venezuela and Cuba against the United States-backed imperialist aggression

AMIDST the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the biggest health crises in recent history, the United States of America (USA) continues to spread its imperialist tentacles endangering the lives of millions of people across the world.  From Latin America to Africa to Asia, the policies of regime change, brutal sanctions, and overt and covert aggressions by the US has caused devastating consequences and suffering to the people.

Solidarity with Gautam Navlakha, Anand Teltumbde, and All Political Prisoners Arrested in Bhima Koregaon Case

THE arrest of activists and scholars Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) over ridiculously trumped up charges in the Bhima Koregaon case on Ambedkar Jayanti, 2020, is a day of shame for India's democracy. The fact that both of them, senior citizens above 60, will be incarcerated in cramped, overcrowded jails during a pandemic that poses a threat to the lives of the elderly, is especially shameful.