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Communist League of India (Marxist-Leninist) is a communist revolutionary organization committed to socialist revolution as an integral part of world socialist revolution.

It upholds Marxism-Leninism-Mao-Tse Tung thought. Its ultimate goal is classless communist society organized on the principle: 'From each according to his/her ability, to each according to his/her need.'

Lal Salaam-1

In Lieu of An Introduction

We introduce this first issue of the English version of ‘Lal Salaam’. We do not commit ourselves to its regular publication, despite our desires to do so. Given the limited translation resources at our disposal and our pre-occupations, we cannot make such a commitment at this stage of our development. We believe in initiating things and then consolidating them as we go along.

The present issue of ‘Lal Salaam’ contains translations of the document of the 5th conference of the Communist League of India (Marxist – Leninist), held between 15th June and 21st June, 2002। It does not contain translations of all the documents passed at the conference। Resolutions on current events and the internal – organizational report have been left out. It contains translations of the evaluation of the International–National Situation, the Organizational Line, resolutions on Ideology and on the formation of an All-India Communist Party, and the homage to martyrs. If any discrepancy is found between the content of documents in this issue of ‘Lal Salaam’ and those passed at the conference, the Hindi version of these documents (published in ‘’) shall be treated as the arbiter.

Lal Tara-2

Lal Tara-2

    This essay, entitled "Problems of Indian Revolution, their Nature and Resolution", had been written by
25th August 1983 in its original Hindi form and was published in the second issue of the Hindi organ 'LAL
TARA' of the Communist League of India (Marxist Leninist) in December 1983.
     We wanted to get it translated in English and publish it at the earliest in the second issue of 'RED STAR',
the English organ of the organisation. But due to unavoidable reasons the work has taken about a year. We areextremely sorry towards the readers of 'RED STAR' for this delay.
     In this translation no changes have been made in the contents of the original Hindi text, though we did
come across some minor technical mistakes, which, however, certainly do not influence our propositions. Thisessay is the exact reproduction of the original as prepared on 25th August 1983 and as published in 'LAL TARA-2' (December 1983).
     The only corrections made in this English translation are in the statistical tables of chapter 11 where there
were some printing mistakes in the original Hindi essay.