Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxists (CPI-M) Start Stirring for a Week

Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxists (CPI-M) Start Stirring for a Week

Correspondent

LAKHIMPUR: Communist Party of India (CPI), India, in support of the demands raised to control the soaring prices of all important commodities, mitigate flood and erosion problems, and solve the burning unemployment problem. The Communist Party-Marxist (CPI-M) and two more leftist parties have jointly launched a series of week-long incitement programs.

As part of the incitement program, these parties staged “Gana Bikhyobh” in the town of North Rakinpur on Friday. First, party activists led by Arup Kalita, CPI General Secretary of the Rakinpur District Commission, and Amiya Kumar Hundique, CPI-M General Secretary of the Rakinpur District Commission, gathered at the CPI office in North Rakinpur Town. Then they held a protest rally in the town and demonstrated for several hours in front of the Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary’s office.

Through the same series of turmoil, these left-wing parties further strengthened the public distribution system (PDS) by withdrawing sub-taxes and surcharges on petroleum products for state and federal CPI, erosion, and flooders. Requested to supply. Necessities such as rice, wheat, flour, dal, mustard oil, salt and sugar have introduced legislation to increase MGNREGA funding and implement schemes to pay unemployment allowances, both in rural and urban areas. Employment, filling all vacant posts in the government sector, providing compensation for flood and erosion-affected families, stopping construction of the Suban Siri Lower Hydropower Project (SLHP) People living downstream of the Suban Siri River The safety of the is ensured. Political parties also demanded that the financial assistance given to families unable to pay income tax be increased to rupees. 7,500.

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