CPI (M) central committee meet begins in Hyderabad

The central committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) began its three-day session in Hyderabad on Monday by adopting a resolution against the ordinance promulgated by the Centre amending the Land Acquisition Act.

It termed it as “utterly anti-farmer and anti rural poor in its substance”. Party general-secretary Prakash Karat placed the “Draft Review Report on the Political Tactical Line”, in the morning session on behalf of the Polit Bureau. Several central committee members participated in the discussion.

The resolution against the Land Acquisition Act said, “The central committee condemns the ‘black’ ordinance amending the Land Act of 2013, brought by the Modi Government and calls for the widest mobilisations of the kisans and rural poor to force its reversal.”

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