Jalandhar: A new political party under the banner of Revolutionary Marxist Party of India was launched on Saturday in its foundation conference convened by Comrade Mangat Ram Pasla of CPM Punjab.
The foundation conference held at Desh Bhagat Memorial Complex, Jalandhar was presided over by Comrade Raghbir Singh (Punjab), N Venu (Kerala), K Gangadaran
(Tamil Nadu), Rajindra Pranjpe (Maharashtra), Tejinder Singh Thind (Haryana), Kuldeep Singh (Himachal Pradesh) and Inderjit Singh Grewal (Chandigarh).
In addition to representatives from all the districts of Punjab, delegates from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and UT Chandigarh also participated in this conference. Pasla said that the party would be guided by the philosophy and principles of Marxism-Leninism and it will earnestly strive to transform the present Indian society into a casteless and classless society free from all types of social, ethnic and gender oppression and discrimination.
The conference adopted a constitution of the party and elected 23 member Central Committee comprising Comrade Mangat Ram Pasla, Harkanwal Singh, Raghbir Singh, Gurnam Singh Daud (Punjab), N Venu, T L Santhosh, K S Hariharan, K K Rema (Kerala), K Gangadaran, M Rajagopal, C Chellasami, P Amavasai (Tamil Nadu), Rajindra Pranjpe, Sanjyot Raut, Ramesh Thakur (Maharashtra), Tejinder Singh Thind, Mandeep Ratiya (Haryana), Inderjit Singh Grewal (Chandigarh) and Sudarshan Kumar (Himachal Pradesh).
Four seats have been kept vacant for Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Delhi. Comrade Mangat Ram Pasla was elected as General Secretary of this committee. The conference resolved to get the party registered with the Election Commission of India (ECI) immediately.
The conference also adopted a political vision document highlighting various issues confronting the country and its people and resolved to spare no effort for mobilising the masses to oppose neo-liberal policy frame work of Modi Government. They announced to fight back the communal offensive of RSS, to pressurize the government for controlling prices of essential commodities and of public utility services, to curve corruption and mal-administration in the country, to get the employment avenues generated in a big way, to eradicate casteist oppression, and oppression on minorities, dalits, women and Adivasies, to oppose attacks on democratic rights.
The comrades also informed to work on the norms and forms, to awaken and arouse the masses against the ever increasing intervention of imperialist forces in the affairs of our country, to strengthen unity and integrity of the country and to resist dilution of federalism, to safeguard ecology from wanton destruction and to strengthen proletarian-internationalism.
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