CPI(ML) condemns the banning of PFI and its affiliate organizations and views it as a pre-meditated measure of political persecution aimed at mass incarceration and harassment of Muslims
28th September, 2022
28th September, 2022
The battle lines for the Presidential poll 2022 are now clearly drawn. With the support of its NDA allies, BJP has fielded former BJP Odisha MLA and minister and Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu as the NDA camp's Presidential nominee. Most of India's opposition parties have chosen veteran leader Yashwant Sinha as the Presidential candidate of the combined opposition camp. CPI(ML) has extended support to the opposition decision and its MLAs in Bihar and Jharkhand will vote for the opposition nominee.
CPIML Liberation, All India Students Association along with concerned citizens and various progressive organizations of Delhi joined Peace March at Mandi House on 26th February. Protesters gathered at Mandi House, New Delhi and raised slogans against the military aggression by Russia and the US-NATO expansion in Europe. The protesters called upon the Indian government to immediately ensure the safe evacuation of all Indian citizens trapped in the crisis areas.
We are deeply concerned at the Russian displays of military aggression at the borders of Ukraine. The current crisis should be settled peacefully through negotiation, on a basis which recognises the right of the Ukrainian people to self-determination.
New Delhi, 29 January 2022
The The New York Times has published a detailed story today documenting the use of Israeli software Pegasus for illegal surveillance by governments including far-right ones. It specifically confirms what the Modi regime has yet to clearly state: that on Modi’s visit to Israel, Modi and Netanyahu “had agreed on the sale of a package of sophisticated weapons and intelligence gear worth roughly $2 billion — with Pegasus and a missile system as the centerpieces.”
No drugs were found by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) in Aryan Khan's possession, yet he is in prison. Why? This is a question every decent citizen of India should be asking - because if we silently watch the state make a mockery of the law and Constitution to victimise a citizen today, that mockery will become the law tomorrow and India will be the victim.
The CPIML condemns in the strongest terms the lynching of a Dalit man Lakhbir Singh at the Singhu border, allegedly by a Nihang Sikh outfit, as well as the continued attempts by members of this outfit to justify the barbaric crime and intimidate the family members of the victim.
The CPIML condemns in the strongest terms the brazen sexual assault by Delhi Police personnel against women student activists on 10 October. The students were protesting outside Home Minister Amit Shah's official residence demanding that Union minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Mishra Teni, accused in an FIR of conspiring to murder protesting farmers, be sacked from his post. Women personnel of the Delhi police lifted the clothes off two women students - AISA activists Shreya K and Neha Tiwari - and kicked them repeatedly in the private parts.