While Haribhushan, who suffered from bronchitis and asthma as well, died on June 21, after contracting Covid, Sarakka died the next day.
The draft report reflected what the district-level leaders and candidates contested in the election wrote in their analysis and shared with the state committee.
The PDP will hold a meeting on June 20 to discuss the invitation of the Centre to political parties of Jammu and Kashmir for talks, party president Mehbooba Mufti said.
Modi was lauding 'freedom of thought and liberty' while presiding over a regime which has set a record in preventive detentions, a CPI(M) editorial said.
The CPI(M) condemns the BJP government's partisan use of the IT Ministry and the police raids on Twitter's offices as acts of blatant intimidation.
Bureaucrats were fond of her as she was endowed with great clarity of thought, telling them what she wanted to do and then giving them enough leeway to get it done
CPI(M) leader who defeated Mamata Banerjee 32 years back, blames TMC supremo for rise of RSS in Bengal
Disagreeing that there is any pro-BJP wave in West Bengal, the former academic, blames the rise of the saffron party primarily due to anti-incumbency against the TMC.
Bengal polls 2021: Tie-up with TMC in Bengal suicidal for Left, might lead to BJP's victory, says CPI(M)
The strong discontent against the TMC and its "thuggish misrule" and attitude to Mamata Banerjee and her party on the part of the Left will drive all the anti-TMC voters into the arms of the BJP.
Noting that the party will seek rescheduling of the session on the first day itself, Yechury said main policies related to the budget or economy can be passed.
The Left outfits are marching to Nabanna, demanding jobs and industrialisation in the state, among others.
The incumbent Trinamool blames it on the vitriolic anti-Mamata mentality of the CPM, which in their desperation to see the Trinamool defeated, aligned with the devil.
Politics is botany in West Bengal. A political garden war is on between two distinct floral species: the blooming lotus versus two leaves and flower clinging to its grassroots.
After letdown in Bihar, Congress must keep Bengal seat-sharing talks realistic: Dipankar Bhattacharya
As part of the seat-sharing deal in the Mahagathbandhan in the recently concluded Bihar elections, the Congress fielded its candidates in 70 out of 243 seats in the state and managed to bag 19.
It is believed that around 40-50 per cent of the strength in the outlawed CPI (Maoist) comprises of women.
CPI-M 22nd Party Congress: Sitaram Yechury gets fresh term as General Secretary, a little more elbow room
While 80-plus S Ramachandran Pillai was given special exemption and retained in the PB, A K Padmanabhan was dropped.