Academics and activists appeal to the CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat to release the report of the internal enquiry within the CPI(M) on TP Chandrasekharan's murder.
RMP leader Comrade T.P Chandrashekharan was brutally murdered near Onchiyam, in Kozhikode district of Kerala on May 4, 2012. His first death anniversary is being observed across the state by progressive and democratic minded people. Questions raised by TPC’s murder continue to remain unanswered by the CPI(M) leadership.
An analysis of Jangipur by-election results and emerging political trends in West Bengal.
A blog post on the recent expulsions of three comrades - two of them, Pragoti editorial team members - from the CPI(M).
Events in the Delhi unit of the CPI(M) have taken an unfortunate and a regressive turn with the expulsion of Albeena Shakil, women activist and former student leader from JNU, from the party for alleged "anti-party activities". A short blogpost carrying information on the events.
Prasenjit Bose writes: Many issues have been raised in the debate surrounding my resignation from the CPI (M) on 22 nd June protesting against the decision to support the Congress led UPA’s nominee in the Presidential elections. This article is an attempt to provide further clarifications on the context in which the decision was taken and explain its political objective.
The General Secretary of the NCP, D P Tripathi recently defended the CPI (M) politburo decision to support Mr. Pranab Mukherjee for the Presidential elections. This blog by a former Executive Committee member of SFI-JNU unit is a rejoinder to Tripathi's essay.
Former convenor of the CPI(M) research cell, Prasenjit Bose had resigned from his party on the issue of support to the candidature of Pranab Mukherjee for the post of president. He has issued an appeal to the CPI(M) politbureau reacting to the Trinamul Congress' extension of support to Mukherjee's candidature that was announced recently. The statement is carried below.
Prasenjit Bose writes a rejoinder to the CPI(M)'s official position on the Presidential Elections.
Editors: This article has been published in the context of the ongoing debate on the Presidential elections. This is not necessarily endorsed by the Pragoti Editorial Team.