KOLKATA: ON the occasion of birth centenary of Comrade P Sundarayya, an exhibition on his life and work was inaugurated in Muzaffar Ahmad library in Ganashakti Bhavan. The poster exhibition was inaugurated on August 5, the birthday of Comrade Muzaffar Ahmad.
In the exhibition, outline of PS’s life from his childhood has been portrayed through photos and graphics. His extraordinary work among the masses, the period of first expansion of the Communist Party in southern India were highlighted through excerpts from different books. A great part of the exhibition is obviously devoted to Telengana Peoples’ Armed Struggle. PS’s role in the fight against revisionism, then again against sectarianism has been detailed. Along with posters, some of his books and Bengali translation of his pamphlets have been displayed. His important articles in Peoples’ Democracy and other Party organs were displayed as photographs.
Biman Basu inaugurated the exhibition. CPI(M) state leaders were present. The exhibition will continue in Ganashakti Bhavan upto August 12. However, according to suggestions by senior Party leaders, the exhibition may travel to districts.
West Bengal state committee of CPI(M) has decided to observe PS birth centenary in a fitting manner, specially through programme of Party education. On September 14, there will be a central public meeting in Kolkata to be addressed by Party general secretary Prakash Karat.