Month: March 2016
Pillar of the Revolutionary Movement and Builder of Resistance Struggle – Red Salute to Com. Rayala Subhash Chandra Bose (Ravi)
One of the main pillars of revolutionary communist movement in erstwhile Andhra Pradesh (now Telengana and Andhra Pradesh) and one of the main builders of Godavari Valley Resistance Struggle, Member of the Central Committee of CPI(ML)-New Democracy and Secretary of its Telengana State Committee, Com. Rayala Subhash Chandra Bose (Ravi) breathed his last at about 7 PM on March 9, 2016. With his death, CPI(ML)-New Democracy and the revolutionary movement of India has lost one of its foremost leaders and the struggling people of the country have lost one of their foremost fighters.
Com. Ravi died in harness. He suffered brain hemorrhage while he was summing up the discussion in a meeting of Telengana State Committee. He was immediately rushed to a hospital where doctors advised he be taken to Hyderabad. However, he was declared dead on arrival in Hyderabad hospital.
Com. Ravi symbolized the finest qualities of a revolutionary communist. His simple and disciplined life, his ideological conviction in Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought, his undaunted commitment to New Democratic Revolution, his organizational methods of taking everybody along while adhering to strict discipline, his willingness to take up arduous and risky tasks, his willingness to endure every hardship and offer every sacrifice in the interest of revolutionary movement made him stand out as one of the finest leaders of the revolutionary movement of the country.… Read More
The Central Committee of the CPI (ML) New Democracy dips its red banner in salute to the memory of Com. Rayala Subhash Chandra Bose (Ravi), member of the Central Committee and Secretary of the Telengana State Committee of the Party, who left us on the evening of 9th March 2016 (this evening) following a massive brain stroke. Com. Ravi was part of the revolutionary movement for decades and has been Secretary of the AP (now Telengana) State Committee of the Party for 27 years. His loss is a grave loss to the Party, the revolutionary movement and to the struggling people. The CC calls on all party ranks to rally and intensify the revolutionary movement. This will be the only real homage to our comrade.
Central Committee CPI (ML) New Democracy 9th March 2016… Read More
Union Budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley does not address any concern relating to the economic growth nor takes any step to ameliorate the deteriorating conditions of the people. It does not address the questions of peasant distress, industrial stagnation or the rising economic burden on the common people.
The Budget exercise of Indian Govt. has lost much of its importance due to year round increase in taxes and levies as also jugglery of figures. Incomes are inflated to balance the figures and expenditures are announced to hear plaudits from apologist commentators. However the money is not spent and thus people are fooled without any exertion on the part of the Govt. Govt. makes big announcements to hide continuing slowdown of economic growth, the announcements which are never implemented. Schemes are renamed (after Sangh icons), regrouped under different head to show increased allocation and tricks of the kind are galore in Jaitley’s Budget. Appropriate noises are made of care for the peasants and common person but all the benefits accrue to less than 0.1 percent of the super rich. Homilies are paid to the poor with loud mouth but the fine print discloses the real bonanza for the super rich.… Read More
(New Democracy News Service)
Anti-austerity mood of the people of European countries manifested itself once again in Ireland where parliamentary elections witnessed resounding defeat of the ruling coalition of Fine Gael and Labour Party. Like in Spain elections have not given majority to any party. However gains made by Fianna Fail, Sinn Fein and different other groups have unmistakably demonstrated mood of the people against cut in govt. expenditure. Verdict in Ireland conforms to the trend being witnessed in different European countries which experienced severe recession and had to implement austerity measures.
Ireland has been hailed as a success story by the apologists of the present system for having come out of recession. Over last two years, Ireland has recorded highest growth rate among European countries. However, this growth has come about by increasing the burden on the working people and conditions of the people except in middle class areas of the capital Dublin have deteriorated. Despite trumpeting of Ireland’s supposed success, people burdened rejected the policies which increased burden over them. Worst sufferer was junior ruling coalition partner Labour Party which people punished for implementation of austerity policies despite their support base being biggest sufferer of the same. Biggest gain was made by Sinn Fein and Fianna Fail which had campaigned against these policies.… Read More