(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
March 16, 2008
Communist party of greece
The Communist Party Of Greece - Central Committee, KKE vehemently condemns the recent attacks on CPI(M) offices and leaders by RSS-BJP and resolutely expresses its solidarity with the Indian communists. We express our deep concern over the political practices that BJP forces resort to.
We note that both the unprecedented assault on the headquarters of the Central Committee of CPI(M) as well as the coward raid on the house of the CPI(M) Karnataka state secretary takes place just after the triumph of the Left Front in Tripura elections and few days before the 19th Congress of your Party.
It is clear that reactionary forces do not feel comfortable with the growing activity and influence of the CPI (M). These attacks also confess the failure of last year’s anti-communist campaign - to no avail: communists cannot be intimidated.
The KKE demands strong action against all those behind the attacks, and guarantees for the unhampered activity of the communist parties in India.
We kindly ask you to convey our solidarity and best wishes for a quick recovery of all injured comrades.
NWP & SAPF
The National Workers Party (Pakistan) UK and the South Asian Peoples Forum Bradford strongly condemn the brutal attack at the central head quarter of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on March 9, 2008. The dastardly attack by hundreds of workers of the fundamentalist organisation, BJP and RSS in which a number of party comrades were injured was an act of terrorism. The fundamentalists, who are trying to hold the reins of power, cannot escape of their responsibilities. The also condemned the dastardly attack on the house of the state secretary of Karnataka state committee of the CPI(M), V J K Nair on March 10, 2008. They said, these heinous acts are part of the policy by which the undemocratic forces are trying to capture the power by spreading fear and terror and by obstructing democracy and people’s participation in the affairs of the state.