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Withdraw UGC Circular

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on June 25

THE Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) is deeply concerned at the effort by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to push Hindi as a compulsory subject in all under graduate courses all across India.

CITU Opposes Govt’s Move to Reduce ESI Contribution

THE Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) denounces the decision of the government of India to reduce rates of contribution to Employees State Insurance Scheme (ESI). CITU, in a press release issued on June 14, said that the decision was unilateral and arbitrary and was a gross violation of the resolution made at the tripartite governing body of the ESI, held in September 2018.

KERALA: CPI(M) State Secretariat on Election Results

The following is the statement issued by the Kerala State Secretariat of CPI(M) on May 25

THE defeat in Lok Sabha elections in Kerala is a temporary setback for the Left. Party committees from state committee to booth level committees will review this in detail and will find out the reasons and the lapses. The Party will take corrective measures, whatever necessary, to regain the confidence of the people.

Road Transport Workers’ Federation Demands Withdrawal of IRDA’s Proposal

THE All India Road Transport Workers’ Federation, in a statement issued on May 21, has strongly condemned the proposal of the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) to enhance the third party insurance premium rates for the motor vehicles including agriculture tractors. The proposal is irrational, non transparent and highly exploitative. The proposal is made when the entire country is eagerly waiting for the parliament election results and the new government to take oath.

CPI(M) Polit Bureau has issued the following statement on February 25

Don’t Touch Article 35A
 
THE people of Kashmir valley and all shades of political opinion there are highly perturbed by reports of the efforts to do away with Article 35A of the constitution.
 
This has come in the context of the petitions being heard in the Supreme Court challenging the constitutional provision and the fact that the central government has not made its position clear on the matter.
 

Observe December 6 as `Defend the Constitution and Secularism Day’

Left parties – CPI(M), CPI, AIFB, RSP, CPI(ML)-Liberation and SUCI (C) – have issued the following statement on November 24

DECEMBER 6, this year, marks the 26th anniversary of the demolition of the Babri Masjid.  In the current situation, it is essential to observe this day in defence of secularism and democracy.

The RSS led outfits have begun a campaign to demand that the central government pass a legislation/ordinance to facilitate the building of the Ram temple at the disputed site at Ayodhya, bypassing the Supreme Court.

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