Marxist Communist Party of India

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Marxist Communist Party of India, MCPI was a political party in India. It emerged as a splinter group of Communist Party of India (Marxist). The party general secretary was Jagjit Singh Lyallpuri (former All India Kisan Sabha general secretary).

MCPI was active in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, West Bengal, Rajasthan, etc.

The principal mass organizations of the party were:

Ahead of the 2004 Lok Sabha elections MCPI participated in the front initiated by Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Red Flag and Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist).

In 2005 MCPI merged with other splinter groups to form the Marxist Communist Party of India (United).

Lok Sabha election results:

2004: 4 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, results see http://www.eci.gov.in/GE2004/pollupd/parties/MCPI(S)contest.htm#S01

1999: 7 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 120 220 votes

1998: 2 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 24 417 votes

1996: 2 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 33 900 votes

1991: 4 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, 1 from West Bengal, in total 43 085 votes

1989: 3 candidates from Andhra Pradesh, in total 100 300 votes

State assembly elections:

Andhra Pradesh 1999: 74 candidates, in total 132 601 votes

Bihar 2000: 6 candidates, 8861 votes

Rajasthan 2003: 1 candidate, 2 111 votes

Rajasthan 1998: 2 candidates, in total 542 votes

West Bengal 2001: 1 candidate, 2 014 votes

References[edit]

AIFDS All India Federation Of Democratic Student