Saturday, 17. November 2018

comunistaOn the second anniversary of demonetization, the Indian economy is yet to recover from the disaster imposed on our economy and the people by Prime Minister Modi.

All the claims that it would unearth lakhs of crores of rupees of black money and end corruption have proven to be utterly false. On the contrary, with 99.4 per cent of the banned notes back in the system, it is clear that demonetization has, in fact, been the avenue to convert black money into white helping the most corrupt. On the other hand, crores of people dependent on daily cash transactions have been devastated and more than 35 lakh workers in the unorganized sector have lost their livelihood.

comunistaThe National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India issued on November 8, 2018 the following statement to the Media:

The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India condemns the brutal killing of local party leader and Sukma district Janpad member Com Durva Kalumu on November 7 by the goons of the rival candidates while he was returning at around 4 p.m. after campaigning for Manish Kunjam who is contesting from Konta assembly constituency in Chhattisgarh.

comunistaThe Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) strongly condemns the gunning down of five people in Tinsukia district in Assam yesterday.

The environment of hate created and fanned by the RSS/BJP in Assam lies at the root of the murders yesterday. Apart from the state government failing to ensure the protection of law and order, these killings are part of a larger campaign of hate and violence. This must be put a stop to.

The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India condemned the dissolution of the Medical Council of India by the nationalist RSS-controlled BJP government.

According to the statement of the Communist Party of India (CPI), the dissolution of the Medical Councli was done in such hurry that the government had to bypass Parliament. The Party noted that 'under Modi’s ordinance raj, regulatory bodies like the MCI which is responsible for ensuring high standards in medical education and good ethics in medical practice have become obstacles in government’s plan to fully commercialise and privatise education, including professional ones. Now instead of Democratic elections, it will be only nominated body.'

The WFTU International Trade Union Congress of Energy and Chemistry Industry Workers celebrates its opening today September11, 2018, in Trivandrum, India with the presence of WFTU General Secretary George Mavrikos, the leadership of CITU, local leaders and many delegates from the sector.

More than 150 delegates from 30 countries of the 5 continents are participating to this congress which is of great importance for both for the workers in this sector and the working class all over the world; moreover, the workers of the sector globally are expecting the resolutions and the action plan of the Congress which will trace the new upward course of this Trade Union International.

The WFTU expresses its sincere condolences to the people of India and the popular strata of Kerala for the tragedy and damages caused by the disastrous floods that are affecting the area.

More than 350 citizens lost their life during the floods and incalculable damage in buildings and infrastructure has been inflicted. At the same time, thousands of people are feared to be trapped and others are struggling to survive, having lost their houses and belongings.

The Executive Secretariat of PAME (All Workers Militant Front) on behalf of the class trade unions and the movement of Greece, expresses its solidarity with the more than 400.000 land workers in tea plantations of Darjeeling in India.

The striking land workers are demanding wage increases. The present wages are poverty wrinkles while on the other hand the monopolies are continuously increasing their profits.

Communist Party of India (Marxist) calls upon the Central and state governments to cease the growing lawlessness and anarchy in Tripura.

Following the death of a 11 year old student in West Tripura district of India on June 26, murderous attacks were unleashed by the RSS/BJP in the name of "child lifters". Attacks targeted some local Muslim hawkers as well as activists of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Later, the BJP state government blocked the internet and social media for 48 hours in order to suppress the information of the violent attacks reaching people.

The Communist Party of India declared that the police attack towards anti-sterlite protestors in Tuticorin is 'State sponsored terrorism'.

On 22nd May, in Tuticorin, a coastal district of the state of Tamil Nadu, a peaceful protest against the Sterlite Copper Plant was subjected to a murderous police attack. The police fired at the protesters killing 13 and injuring more than a 100 people. Hundreds are also reported missing. The people were demanding clean air for breathing and clean water for drinking and irrigation. Six days after the incident the Tamil Nadu Government ordered ‘permanent closure’ of the plant based on the Water Act of 1974 on behalf of 'larger public interest'. The plant was sealed by the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board whose Chief Minister said, “we have taken this decision as a mark of respect t the feelings of the people”. 

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