New Delhi

Stand up in solidarity with Delhi's sanitation workers

DELHI East Municipal Corporation's sanitation workers are on strike for 28 days with the demand of payment of due wages, regularisation, safety equipments etc. Nonfullfilment of these just demands exposes BJP's real intentions behind the 'Swachh' slogans. PM Modi campaigns for BJP in MCD polls but is silent when Delhi's sanitation workers are not paid due wages! Instead BJP is playing politics with Delhi's AAP Govt which too had declared as an election promise to regularise all contract workers, and is yet to fulfil this promise.

Statement on SC verdict to deport seven Rohingya refugees to Myanmar

THE CPIML expressed deep concern and shock at the decision of the Supreme Court to deport seven Rohingya refugees from India to Myanmar. The Supreme Court has, disturbingly, accepted the argument of the Government of India that these men are "illegal immigrants", dismissing the facts which show that Rohingya people are not recognized as citizens in Myanmar and are therefore stateless.

CPIML welcomes Release of Gautam Navlakha

 

CPIML welcomes the Delhi HC order setting aside civil liberties activist Gautam Navlakha's transit remand and releasing him from house arrest. The Delhi HC order, like the dissenting Supreme Court verdict, holds that the arrest was illegal and in violation of the Constitution, and that the transit remand was approved by a magistrate without application of mind.

On verdict on Bhima Koregaon arrests

A majority verdict of Supreme Court by the CJI Dipak Mishra and Justice Khanwilkar has refused to order an SIT investigation into the arrest of five human rights activists by the Maharashtra police in the Bhima Koregaon case. Instead it has directed the Pune Police to go ahead with its investigation and has ordered four more weeks of house arrest for the activists, during which they may approach lower courts for bail.

Attack on Swami Agnivesh By BJP Thugs in Jharkhand: Latest Instance of Mob Rule in Modi Raj

ON the very day the Supreme Court has come down strongly on the Government of India and State Governments for allowing a veritable mob lynching epidemic in India, a mob of BJP Yuva Morcha thugs attacked the 80-year-old anti-communal and human rights campaigner Swami Agnivesh in Pakur in Jharkhand.