The four day 'Bataidar Kisan Adhikar Yatra' would tour
several parts of the state, including Ara, Arwal, Jehanaad,
Siwan and Samstipur and culminate in Patna on May 10, state
secretary of the party Nand Kishore Prasad and politburo
member Ramjatan Sharma told reporters here.
They said the party's demand was to ensure legal
rights of the sharecroppers and implementation of the D
Bandhopadhya Commission report on land reforms in the state.
The CPI-ML leaders charged Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
with 'surrendering' to feudal forces.
The party has decided to launch a movement against
Kumar who at the 'behest of landowning class' had dumped the
land reforms panel's report, they said.
Patna: The CPI-ML (Liberation) today
launched a four-day yatra in Bihar to educate the people about
the D Bandhopadhya Commission report on land reforms and the
rights of sharecroppers.
First Published: Thursday, May 06, 2010, 18:03