CPI(M) Haryana secretary has asked all its units to conduct a week long campaign on the issue of worsening law and situation in the state.
In a press note, party has expressed deep anguish over alarming rise in serious crimes all over the state.
Sexual crime against women has assumed serious proportions causing grave insecurity to them in general and particularly those belonging to socially weaker sections of society.
Party will organise protest actions, village and mohalla level meetings from October 6 to 13 against callous attitude of law enforcing agencies and ruling party leaders in the matter of ensuring security to common people through effective curbs on crime.
Party will also seek community efforts in isolating the criminal elements and would demand strict action for offences like gangrape.
CPI(M) has reiterated its criticism of the distorted and bankrupt nature of neo-liberal development path resulting not only into economic disparities and joblessness but also giving rise to organised crime, marginalisation of disadvantaged sections, caste hostilities and their social oppression.
Party has also demanded the chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda to issue a public statement over unabated spate of crime incidents against women all over the state.