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Revolutionary Socialist Party

Revolutionary Socialist Party is a class of Marxist-Leninist political party in India.

The party was established on 19 March 1940. The party originated from the Bengali liberation movement Anushilan Samiti and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. The party had approximately 0.4% of the votes and three seats in the Lok Sabha elections during the period of 1999 and 2004.

Party has mass presence in the states of Tripura, Kerala and West Bengal. President of the party is T J Chandrachoodan. Its symbol is Spade & Stoker....
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Revolutionary Socialist Party News

Big fights, star candidates hallmark of Bengal's fourth phase

Posted On : Apr 28,2019,    5:26 pm
Kolkata, April 28 (IANS) The intensely contested Lok Sabha battle in West Bengal is set to witness some big fights that would determine the fortune of several star candidates, including two Union Ministers, in the fourth phase on Monday, when eight seats are up for grabs on Monday. View More..

1 killed in violence-marred Bengal polls (6th Lead)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    7:48 pm
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) One Congress worker was killed in clashes outside a polling booth as crude bombs were hurled in a bid to intimidate voters amid EVM malfunctioning at some place for the third phase of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal on Tuesday. View More..

1 killed in violence-marred Bengal polls (5th Lead)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    6:14 pm
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) One Congress worker was killed in clashes outside a polling booth, and hurling of bombs, bids to intimidate voters and EVM snags marred the third phase of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal on Tuesday. View More..

Nearly 52% polling in Bengal (4th Lead) (1 p.m.)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    3:24 pm
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) Amid reports of violence, hurling of crude bombs, intimidation and EVM failure, nearly 52 per cent of the electorate exercised their franchise in the first six hours of polling in phase three of the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal on Tuesday. View More..

35% voting in Bengal's 5 LS seats (3rd Lead)(11 a.m.)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    1:26 pm
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) Amid a few stray incidents of violence, intimidation and EVM failure, close to 35 per cent electorate cast their votes in the first four hours of polling in phase three of the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal on Tuesday. View More..

Bengal polls over 16% votes in 5 LS seats in 2 hrs (Second Lead, correcting intro)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    10:46 am
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) Over 12,00,000 voters cast their votes in the first two hours of polling in West Bengal on Tuesday as 16 per cent voting was reported till 9 a.m. in the third phase of the seven-phased polling in the state. View More..

Bengal polls over 16% votes in 5 LS seats in 2 hrs

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    10:30 am
Kolkata, April 23 (IANS) Over one lakh voters cast their votes in the first two hours of polling in West Bengal on Tuesday as 16 per cent voting was reported till 9 a.m. in the third phase of the seven-phased polling in the state. View More..

Polling begins in phase three of Bengal LS polls (pls release at 7 m)

Posted On : Apr 23,2019,    7:04 am
Malda/Murshidabad/Balurghat, April 23 (IANS) Men and women of various age groups queued up before polling booths, as voting began at 7 a.m. for five West Bengal constituencies in phase three of the Lok Sabha polls on Tuesday. View More..

Bengal polls phase three crucial for Congress

Posted On : Apr 22,2019,    5:16 pm
Murshidabad/Malda, April 22 (IANS) The high-octane Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal reach an exciting third leg on Tuesday, as the poll caravan rolls to the culturally rich South Dinjapur and then moves to Malda -- famed for its mouth-watering mangoes --before entering Murshidabad in South Bengal, which was once the capital of the Nawabs of Bengal, Bihar and Odisha. View More..

TMC faces Left legacy, BJP's ascent in Balurghat

Posted On : Apr 21,2019,    3:38 pm
Balurghat (West Bengal), April 21 (IANS) With a long pending railway project, lack of development, scarce job opportunities and rampant infiltration and smuggling in the region, West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) has its task cut out in retaining the Balurghat Lok Sabha constituency in the face of formidable challenge from the BJP and the traditionally strong Left outfit, RSP. View More..

More central forces in second phase in Bengal: EC

Posted On : Apr 17,2019,    10:22 pm
Kolkata, April 17 (IANS) Stating that security of voters and polling officials was its topmost priority, the Election Commission on Wednesday said there would be sufficient number of central forces as also state police for the second phase of Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal on Thursday. View More..

For whom the 'political' bell tolls as campaign gets into top gear in Kerala (News Analysis)

Posted On : Apr 17,2019,    12:24 pm
Thiruvananthapuram, April 17 (IANS) With just a week to go for the polls, the three political fronts are sweating it out but also exhibiting supreme confidence that this time, it will be different in Kerala. View More..

Tripura Left calls polling in 1st phase a 'farce'

Posted On : Apr 14,2019,    6:12 pm
Agartala, April (IANS) Reiterating its demand to hold repoll in 464 of the 1,679 polling stations in the Tripura West Lok Sabha constituency, the CPI-M led Left Front opposition on Sunday demanded free and fair polling in the Tripura East seat which goes to the polls in the second phase on April 18. View More..

Once formidable Left Front in choppy waters again?

Posted On : Apr 14,2019,    11:20 am
Kolkata, April 14 (IANS) The CPI-M led Left Front (LF), which ruled West Bengal for 34 years at a stretch before suffering a crushing defeat in 2011, is now a divided house, with analysts foreseeing the coalition faring poorly in the coming Lok Sabha polls after the failure of the seat adjustment talks with the Congress. View More..

70% polling in Bengal till 3 p.m. amid stray violence (3rd Lead)

Posted On : Apr 11,2019,    5:18 pm
Cooch Behar/Alipurduar (West Bengal), April 11 (IANS) Amid sporadic incidents of violence, EVM glitches and allegations and counter-allegations of electoral malpractices, Cooch Behar and Alipurduar constituencies in West Bengal reported nearly 70 per cent polling till afternoon on Thursday as the Lok Sabha polls kicked off. View More..

Over 38% polling in Bengal till 11 a.m. (2nd Lead)

Posted On : Apr 11,2019,    1:58 pm
Cooch Behar/Alipurduar (West Bengal), April 11 (IANS) Amid stray violence and EVM glitches, Cooch Behar and Alipurduar constituencies in West Bengal polled over 38 per cent votes in the first four hours of polling on Thursday as the Lok Sabha polls kicked off in the country. View More..

18% votes cast in Bengal in two hours

Posted On : Apr 11,2019,    11:08 am
Cooch Behar/Alipurduar (West Bengal), April 11 (IANS) Amid stray violence and EVM glitches, Cooch Behar and Alipurduar constituencies in West Bengal polled 18 per cent votes in the first two hours of polling on Thursday as the Lok Sabha polls kicked off in the country. View More..

Will Bengal's Baharampur continue to bless Congress? (Constituency Profile)

Posted On : Apr 10,2019,    8:28 pm
Kolkata, April 10 (IANS) The Baharampur Lok Sabha constituency in West Bengal is set to witness a triangular battle between Congress' Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Trinamool's Apurba Sarkar and BJP's Krishna Juardar Arya in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. View More..

Will Bengal's Baharampur continue to bless Congress? (Constituency Profile)

Posted On : Apr 10,2019,    5:30 pm
Kolkata, April 10 (IANS) The Baharampur Lok Sabha constituency in West Bengal is set to witness a triangular battle between Congress' Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Trinamool's Apurba Sarkar and BJP's Krishna Juardar Arya in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. View More..

Tea gardens, former enclaves will vote in Bengal's 1st phase

Posted On : Apr 09,2019,    4:14 pm
Kolkata, April 9 (IANS) The residents of the former 51 Bangladeshi enclaves in Cooch Behar district, who formally became Indian citizens on August 1, 2015, and later cast their votes twice in 2016 -- first in the Assembly polls, and then in the Lok Sabha bypoll will for the first time, be voting to play a role in government formation at the Centre. View More..



About Revolutionary Socialist Party

   Revolutionary Socialist Party History

Revolutionary Socialist Party is a class of Marxist-Leninist political party in India. The party was established on 19 March 1940. The party originated from the Bengali liberation movement Anushilan Samiti and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. The party had approximately 0.4% of the votes and three seats in the Lok Sabha elections during the period of 1999 and 2004. Party has mass presence in the states of Tripura, Kerala and West Bengal. President of the party is T J Chandrachoodan. Its symbol is Spade & Stoker.

The Revolutionary Socialist Party is a revolutionary Marxist party who has specific program and major aim of the party is to systematize and lead the working class and its allies to defeat the rule of the capitalist class and to make a socialist society. All of the party's activities, methods and internal organisation are secondary to this aim and designed to serve it.

Party has long historical background. In the decade of 1930s, Anushilan movement had been attracted to Marxism. Minority section separated from the Anushilan movement and united the Communist Consolidation, and later the Communist Party of India. The party's basic ideologies are to hold true faith and loyalty to the constitution of India as by law established and to the principles of socialism, secularism and democracy and would uphold the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.

RSP has always had its throttlehold in West Bengal but it has branches in a total of 18 states. In Kerala, it is dominating the Kollam area with support of fishing groups. The party has 7 seats in the West Bengal state assembly, and 2 each in Kerala and Tripura. RSP is part of the Left Front in West Bengal and Tripura. In Kerala the party is part of Left Democratic Front.

The main objective of RSP is to transform human society from existing ground exploitation, war, domination and environmental obliteration, to a commonwealth of social ownership, unity and human liberty, and healthy living. In order to bring these changes, there is a need to conquer capitalism and its replacement by socialism an egalitarian society based upon a worldwide system of democratically planned production to fulfil human needs.

Major mass organization under the banner of party is United Trade Union Congress (UTUC), Samyukta Kisan Sabha (SKS, Peasants org.), Revolutionary Youth Front (RYF), All India Progressive Students' Union (AIPSU), All India United Mahila Sangha (AIUMS), Nikhil Banga Mahila Sangha (NBMS, women's wing in West Bengal).

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