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No legitimate administration in Tripura, murder of democracy: CPI(M) politburo says in New Delhi

TripuraThe CPIM Politburo has issued the following statement in New Delhi: India Bloc: The Politburo pledges to work for further integration and expansion of the India Bloc to strengthen efforts to protect the secular democratic character of the Republic of India, the Constitution, democracy, Has decided. Fundamental rights and civil liberties of the people. For this, it is necessary that BJP be kept away from control over the central government and state power. The Politburo decided to further strengthen these efforts. The Politburo reiterated the CPI(M)’s position in the last three meetings of the India Bloc in Patna, Bengaluru and Mumbai to organize a series of public meetings across the country and organize people to ensure the defeat of the BJP in the upcoming elections. Supported. , Efforts should be focused on further expanding the India Bloc and including important sections of the mass movements in this effort. Although all decisions will be taken by the leaders of the constituent parties, there should be no organizational structure that would hinder such decisions. One Nation One Election This will be a double attack on parliamentary democracy and federalism enshrined in our Constitution. The Modi government has appointed an 8-member committee headed by former President of India Ram Nath Kovind to recommend the way forward for implementing simultaneous elections for the Lok Sabha and state assemblies. Apart from significant amendments to the Constitution, such a proposal would either cut or extend the tenure of state legislatures to sync with the Lok Sabha elections. When a government loses its majority in the House, its continuation is illegal. If any central rule is imposed depriving the people of their right to choose their government, it is anti-democracy. CPI (M) strongly opposes this proposal. Adani case
Fresh evidence has emerged regarding manipulation of stock prices of its companies by the Adani Group, which demands a serious investigation and the Supreme Court, which is looking into the matter, has to ensure that there is no cover-up. . The Financial Times and The Guardian, based on inputs from the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, have revealed how two close associates of Vinod Adani used an investment fund in Bermuda and shell companies to buy millions of dollars worth of shares in Adani. Established. Companies. This is a blatant violation of the existing regulatory provisions.
Reports also suggest that SEBI was probing the case of offshore funding of Adani companies in 2014, but later closed the investigation. Election Commission Law The Modi government has circulated a draft bill on the appointment of election commissioners and related matters. The Bill negates the judgment of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court which had proposed that the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners should be appointed by a selection committee consisting of the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition in the Lok Sabha and the Chief Justice of India. The proposed law, to be considered in a special session of Parliament, will replace the Chief Justice of India with a Union Cabinet Minister, who will be nominated by the Prime Minister. This ensures government dominance over the Election Commission which is clearly undemocratic and undermines the efforts of the Election Commission to implement its constitutional mandate of conducting free and fair elections. CPI(M) urges all parties in India to oppose and defeat it. Bill in Rajya Sabha. J&K Terrorist Attack Politburo salutes the bravery and sacrifice of Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish Dhonchak and DSP Humayun Muzammil Bhat killed by terrorists during Operation Garol in Anant Nag, Jammu and Kashmir. This completely exposes the claims of Modi government to establish peace and normalcy in Kashmir.
The Politburo expresses its deepest condolences to the bereaved families. Murder of Democracy in Tripura The Politburo condemned the gross rigging in the by-elections of two Tripura assembly constituencies on September 5 by the ruling BJP. An extraordinary situation of terror had arisen under the direct supervision of the government and law enforcement officials. Complete rigging was resorted to. These elections should have been canceled and fresh elections should have been conducted under tight security arrangements. The Politburo condemned such spread of terror and murder of democracy by the ruling BJP in Tripura.
G77 Summit Following the G20 summit, the Modi government projected itself as a leader of the ‘Global South’. Nevertheless, the Indian External Affairs Minister who had announced to attend the summit in Havana, Cuba, himself remained absent. Apparently, as a subordinate ally of the United States, the Modi government decided not to travel to Cuba and have a ministerial presence at this most representative gathering of the ‘Global South’. The Central Committee meeting of CPI (M) has been called on 27-29 October 2023.

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