Monday, January 20, 2014

CPIM West Bengal State Committee Calls for making 9th February’s Brigade Rally a Historic Success

CPI(M) West bengal State Committee has appealed to make the 9th February’s Brigade rally at the call of the Left Front a historic event. At the same time it has urged the party units to start the preliminaries of the forth coming Lok Sabha election by increasing the involvement in all aspects of public contacts, mobilizing the masses in the urban as well as in the rural areas, by creating movements and struggle to conduct and face the election.

The meeting of the CPI(M) West Bengal State Committee was held on Wednesday the 15th of January, 2014 in Muzaffar Ahmed Bhavan’s Abdul Halim Hall. The meeting was presided over party’s politburo member Surjya Kanta Mishra. Later in a press statement it has been said that in protest against attack on democracy, in retaliation against atrocities on women, abnormal price rise, against communal and divisive forces, against voluminous amount of corruption of the State and the Central Government and in favor of the essential demands of the laborers and the farmers, the call for the Brigade Rally of 9th February has been given. The rally to be held at a very important juncture of national politics is also going to uphold the strength of the alternative policy. The State Committee calls upon its workers so that the message of the rally reaches each and every family and also mobilizes people to be a part of the rally. Already the preparation and propaganda for the rally has started. In every district more rigorous campaign shall be fostered.

There was discussion on the preliminary preparation for the coming Lok Sabha election in the State Committee. State Secretary Biman Basu said, to increase the combating strength of the leftist forces in the whole of the Country, the success of the party in the forth coming election is of immense importance. One has to conduct this election struggle in a very cohesive manner by increasing the involvement of the party in every sphere and by increasing the mass contact, organizing the masses in urban and rural level, by creating movements and struggles one has to face the election.

The State Committee has also appealed to all to be vigilant about the working of the different communal and divisive forces in the State. At the same time by building up a class struggle one has to combat these divisive forces.

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