Monday, December 22, 2014

CPIM Manipur State Conference

CPIM Manipur State Conference of the was held at  Loushambam Yaima Hall in Soyam Satradhari Khul,Imphal, from December 15 - 17

The three day conference which began on December 15 was attended by elected delegates from branch, local and district committees, and guided   by CPI (M) central committee member Khagen Das, also the convenor of the Left Front in Tripura, who was assisted by Gautam Das, editor of Desher Khatha daily, the mouthpiece of the Tripura State Committee of the party, it added.

Khogen Das while inaugurating the conference emphasised on “the need for the left parties to strengthen its party organisations and mass fronts to challenge the onslaught of the BJP against the minority communities and working classes of the country, it said. Appealing the delegates to keep vigil against the communal and divisive forces in Manipur, Khogen Das cautioned the communal activities of the rightwing forces shouldn’t be allowed in the country for its unity and integrity. He concluded his address by expressing hope that the Manipur State unit of CPI(M) will be a pivoting force in the future struggle to defend the interest of the working class and toiling people of Manipur, it added.

The State Conference also elected a 13 member new State Committee and 3 permanent invitees.Sarat Salam was re-elected as State Secretary, Kshetrimayum Santa, Yumnam Ratan and Sougrakpam Roma Devi as Secretariat Members of the new committee.

The Conference of the party adopted special resolutions on the condition of workers, on employment and education, on central sponsored projects in Manipur including irrigation, on National Highways and Railways, on atrocities on women, on MGNREGA, on Communal Harmony and National Unity and Integration, on AFSPA and Black Laws, on Protection of NER people in the mainland of India, on Corruption and nepotism, on electoral reform, on a legislation to protect Land and people of Manipur etc.

The conference unanimously condemned the bomb blast that killed two persons and injured some persons on the morning of 15th December at MG Avenue, Imphal and appealed to the people of Manipur to maintain peace and harmony.

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