Widespread Protests Against Islamophobic Hate Speeches and Bulldozer Raj

CPIML organised protest rally in Kolkata, West Bengal on 12 June against Islamophobic hate speeches by BJP. General Secretary of CPIML Com. Dipankar Bhattacharya condemning the police brutality and killing of protesting youth Mudassir and Sahil stressed upon the need to resist the illegal Bulldozer raj with widespread protests. CPIML demanded immediate action against Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal for the hate speech under relevant Cr. P. C. sections.  

In Solidarity with the SSC Struggle in West Bengal

Com. Dipankar Bhattacharya along with Comrades Abhijit Mazumdar, Jayatu Deshmukh, Kartick Pal and Somenath Chatterjee expressed their support and solidarity for the ongoing SSC struggle in West Bengal. The battle in its second phase entered its 273rd day under the banner of Yubo-Chhatro Adhikar Mancha (Platform for Student-Youth Rights) and is going on uninterrupted at the Gandhi Statue near the Kolkata Maidan despite heavy police restrictions and occasional repression.

Hunger Strike by CPIML against Police Atrocities in Ranchi

CPIML organized a one-day hunger strike on 16 June 2022 in front of Bapu Vatika at Morhabadi Maidan in Ranchi against the continuing repression, after the brutal incident of police firing on muslim protesters on 10 June, against minority community and innocent persons by the administration and at the behest of a Sanghi-minded Governor and the silence of the State government.

Patna Bulldozer Victims Gherao Collector

A march was held on 8 June in front of the DM Patna office led by the CPIML City Committee and Zameen Bachao Sangharsh Morcha (Save Land and Housing Front). A few days ago bulldozers razed down homes built on private land on the banks of this ghat. A movement against this demolition is going on relentlessly, whereas the government is adopting a repressive attitude, claiming that this is government land.

Statewide Protests in Bihar Against Debt Driven Suicide Deaths

CPIML, AIARLA and Self Help Group Sangharsh Samiti organized statewide protests and observed 11 June as Freedom from Debt Day in protest against the collective debt-driven suicides of 5 persons from the same family at Mou village in Vidyapatinagar, Samastipur and the starvation-driven deaths of 5 persons from the same family who consumed poison in Patepur, Vaishali District.

Lohari: First Deceived, Then Submerged

On 26 April 2022 CPIML State Committee member Atul Sati, former Mahila Samakhya state director Geeta Gairola, senior journalist Trilochan Bhatt and Seema Sati and I went to Lohari. On one side are some ruined houses; houses on which the whitewashing still appears fresh, but everything else is in ruins. On the other side empty-eyed men and women sit hopeless in the courtyard of the Middle School. This is the scene that greets us in Lohari village.

Stop Burning Workers Alive Inside Factories

More than 27 people are dead and 29 are missing in a fire to a commercial building in Delhi's Mundka area 13 May. It is becoming clear that the fire was a result of the criminal negligence of the Labour department of the Govt of Delhi and the BJP-run MCD. This has also been corroborated by a fact finding team of trade union activists from AICCTU which visited the site and adjoining areas. The building was being used as a unit to assemble CCTVs and routers as well as for storing them.

Pooja Singhal Episode: Jharkhand Governments Consistently Protected Corrupt Officials

[CPIML MLA from Bagodar, Comrade Vinod Singh, recounts how he had flagged the corruption of bureaucrat Pooja Singhal way back in 2011 – and had pursued the issue since. Now that Pooja Singhal’s corruption has emerged as an issue that the Government can no longer avoid, the people of the state must ask current and previous governments why for over a decade the repeated warnings by MLAs like Vinod Singh from CPIML and Arup Chatterjee from MCC were ignored to allow a corrupt bureaucrat to flourish.]