Massive Mahasammelan of Mahagatbandhan in Bihar Serves Charge Sheet on Nitish Kumar Govt, Gives Big Joint Struggle Call

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By Chandan Kumar, New Delhi/ Patna

On June 5, 2022, the 48th anniversary of Jayaprakash Narayan’s ‘Total Revolution’ call given in 1974, the Mahagatbandhan of Bihar held a massive Mahasammelan of over 7000 people at the Bapu Sabhagar in Patna. It was organised jointly by the RJD, CPI(M), CPI and CPI(ML-L). The people had come in large numbers from all districts of Bihar.

It was presided over by RJD leader and Leader of the Opposition in the Bihar assembly, Tejaswi Prasad Yadav, and was addressed by CPI General Secretary D Raja, CPI(ML-L) General Secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya, CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Dr Ashok Dhawale, CPI Central Secretariat member Atul Kumar Anjan, CPI(ML-L) Polit Bureau member Rajaram Singh, CPI(M) Central Committee members Lalan Choudhary and Awadhesh Kumar, CPI(M) MLA Ajay Kumar, and many others. A brief online speech by RJD President Laloo Prasad Yadav was also screened.


The Mahasammelan released a damning charge sheet against the Nitish Kumar-led BJP-JD(U) state government, and all the speakers also came down heavily on all aspects of the disastrous Modi-led BJP-RSS central government, calling upon the gathering to launch mass struggles and political campaigns to defeat both these regimes.

It was decided to launch united mass struggles, beginning with huge district level demonstrations on August 7 against price rise, unemployment, corruption, the move to cancel 29 lakh ration cards, and other burning issues of peasants, workers and the people.

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