Communist Party of India MarxistThe Communist Party of India Marxist abbreviated CPIM is a communist party in India. The party emerged from a split from the Communist Party of India in 1. The CPIM was formed at the Seventh Congress of the Communist Party of India held in Calcutta from 3. October to 7 November 1. How To Install Desktop Theme Pack'>How To Install Desktop Theme Pack. The strength of CPIM is concentrated in the states of Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura. As of 2. 01. 6, CPIM is leading the state governments in Tripura and Kerala. Megh Pahar by Suchitra Bhattachariya Bangla novel pdf file In the world of Bengali literature, Suchitra Bhattachariya is a very familiar name to Bengali readers. NATOK SAMAGRA Vol 2 by Manoj Mitra, Publisher Mitra Ghosh, ISBN 8172932537. Number of VISITORS 170750. Number of REGISTERED USERS Number of Writers 1267. Total Number of Poems 19147. Total Number of Prose 287. 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Buddhadeb Basu Books' title='Buddhadeb Basu Books' />The Communist Party of India Marxist abbreviated CPIM is a communist party in India. The party emerged from a split from the Communist Party of India in 1964. Amarbooks. com is a most popular online book library. If your want to read online, please click any book and wait few seconds. Under the government of the Indian National Congress party of Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India developed close relations and a strategic partnership with the Soviet Union. The Soviet government consequently wished that the Indian communists moderate their criticism towards the Indian state and assume a supportive role towards the Congress governments. However, large sections of the CPI claimed that India remained a semi feudal country, and that class struggle could not be put on the back burner for the sake of guarding the interests of Soviet trade and foreign policy. Moreover, the Indian National Congress appeared to be generally hostile towards political competition. In 1. 95. 9 the central government intervened to impose Presidents Rule in Kerala, toppling the E. M. S. Namboodiripad cabinet the sole non Congress state government in the country. Simultaneously, the relations between the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of China soured. In the early 1. 96. Communist Party of China began criticising the CPSU of turning revisionist and of deviating from the path of MarxismLeninism. Sino Indian relations also deteriorated, as border disputes between the two countries erupted into the Sino Indian War of 1. The basis of difference in opinion between the two factions in CPI was ideological about the assessment of Indian scenario and the development of a party programme. This difference in opinion was also a reflection of a similar difference at international level on ideology between the Soviet and Chinese parties. The alleged right wing inside the party followed the Soviet path and put forward the idea of joining hands with the then ruling party Indian National Congress. Whereas the faction of CPI which later became CPIM referred to this as a revisionist approach of class collaboration. It was this ideological difference which later intensified, coupled with the Soviet Chinese split at the international level and ultimately gave birth to CPIM. Hundreds of CPI leaders, accused of being pro Chinese, were imprisoned. Thousands of Communists were detained without trial. Those targeted by the state accused the pro Soviet leadership of the CPI of conspiring with the Congress government to ensure their own hegemony over the control of the party. In 1. 96. 2 Ajoy Ghosh, the general secretary of the CPI, died. After his death, S. A. Dange was installed as the party chairman a new position and E. M. S. Namboodiripad as general secretary. This was an attempt to achieve a compromise. Dange represented the rightist faction of the party and E. M. S. the leftist faction. At a CPI National Council meeting held on 1. April 1. 96. 4, 3. Council members walked out in protest, accusing Dange and his followers of anti unity and anti Communist policies. The leftist section, to which the 3. National Council members belonged, organised a convention in Tenali, Andhra Pradesh 7 to 1. July. In this convention the issues of the internal disputes in the party were discussed. CPI members, took part in the proceedings. The convention decided to convene the 7th Party Congress of CPI in Calcutta later the same year. Marking a difference from the Dangeite sector of CPI, the Tenali convention was marked by the display of a large portrait of the Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong. At the Tenali convention a Bengal based pro Chinese group, representing one of the most radical streams of the CPI left wing, presented a draft programme proposal of their own. These radicals criticised the draft programme proposal prepared by M. Basavapunniah for undermining class struggle and failing to take a clear pro Chinese position in the ideological conflict between the CPSU and CPC. After the Tenali convention the CPI left wing organised party district and state conferences. In West Bengal, a few of these meetings became battlegrounds between the most radical elements and the more moderate leadership. At the Calcutta Party District Conference an alternative draft programme was presented to the leadership by Parimal Das Gupta a leading figure amongst far left intellectuals in the party. Another alternative proposal was brought forward to the Calcutta Party District Conference by Aziz ul Haq, but Haq was initially banned from presenting it by the conference organisers. At the Calcutta Party District Conference 4. Buddhadeb Basu Books' title='Buddhadeb Basu Books' />M. Basavapunniahs official draft programme proposal. Save Blog Post As Pdf Wordpress here. At the Siliguri Party District Conference, the main draft proposal for a party programme was accepted, but with some additional points suggested by the far left North Bengal cadre Charu Majumdar. However, Harekrishna Konar representing the leadership of the CPI left wing forbade the raising of the slogan Mao Tse Tung Zindabad Long live Mao Tse Tung at the conference. Parimal Das Guptas document was also presented to the leadership at the West Bengal State Conference of the CPI leftwing. Das Gupta and a few other spoke at the conference, demanding the party ought to adopt the class analysis of the Indian state of the 1. CPI conference. His proposal was, however, voted down. The Calcutta Congress was held between 3. October and 7 November, at Tyagraja Hall in southern Calcutta. Simultaneously, the Dange group convened a Party Congress of CPI in Bombay. Thus, the CPI divided into two separate parties. The group which assembled in Calcutta would later adopt the name Communist Party of India Marxist, to differentiate themselves from the Dange group. The CPIM also adopted its own political programme. P. Sundarayya was elected general secretary of the party. In total 4. 22 delegates took part in the Calcutta Congress. CPIM claimed that they represented 1. CPI members, 6. 0 of the total party membership. At the Calcutta conference the party adopted a class analysis of the character of the Indian state, that claimed the Indian bourgeoisie was increasingly collaborating with imperialism. Parimal Das Guptas alternative draft programme was not circulated at the Calcutta conference. However, Souren Basu, a delegate from the far left stronghold Darjeeling, spoke at the conference asking why no portrait had been raised of Mao Tse Tung along the portraits of other communist stalwarts.