(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
July 03, 2011
Orissa: CPI(M) Runs Law-Breaking Campaign
THE Orissa state unit of the CPI(M) has been running a campaign from the first week of June 2011, on several crucial issues facing the people. The major demands of the campaign are --- increase in the minimum daily wage to Rs 200, land and land patta to the landless, ration card to all the families and supply of essential commodities through ration shops, a master plan to provide employment to the unemployed youth, and increase in the allowance of old, widow and disabled persons to Rs 1,000 per month.
this process, 257 leading cadre of the CPI(M) went to jail at
A total of over 15,000 CPI(M) activists participated in this law breaking movement that has encouraged the people to intensify the agitation.
Meeting on June 19, the party’s state committee has decided to go in for law-breaking actions before the Orissa legislative assembly on July 15, during its monsoon session.
meeting also decided to hold meetings at all the district headquarters
the attacks on party members and supports in
The party state committee extended support to the ongoing movement against the land acquisition for the proposed POSCO steel plant.