As BJP grows east and south, CPM frets about ‘ominous development’, says rise in literate state like Kerala makes it ‘doubly serious’
TMC ‘slightly ahead’ of Left, says state CPM secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra.
The former CPM leader conceded that there remains a doubt on “what use would I be of to the party”.
Yechury said the CPM will contest the polls mainly with the CPI and CPI (Marxist-Leninist).
Yechury termed the exercise by electoral officers as “strange” and expressed concern about the possible misuse of such a database.
Yechury said that the government has found a new way of bypassing Rajya Sabha where it is in a minority by declaring most of legislative measures as “money bills”.
Yechury is still working out of his old office and does not seem to be in a hurry to move to the general secretary’s room.
Sitaram Yechury accused BJP government at the Centre of encroaching upon the rights of the elected government in Delhi.
CPI(M) head Yechury maintained during the interview that the party’s decision to oppose the nuclear deal was correct.
The investment policies will not work because it will not create productive capacity and there is no purchasing power with the people, says Sitaram Yechury
An article in the Organiser asks whether Sitaram Yechury will be able to deal with the factionalism in the party’s Kerala unit.
Yechury said that there will be a countrywide campaign to tell the people about the situation in Bengal.
Rajeeve retired on April 21, along with the CPI’s M P Achuthan. Since the Rajya Sabha was prorogued, the House could not bid them farewell.
CPM won’t separate struggle against neoliberal policies from fight against Hindutva.
CPM must overcome defeatism, refresh itself to dominate debate.