Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)

Socialist Unity Centre Of India (Communist)

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Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)

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The Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist), previously called the Socialist Unity Centre of India, is a communist party in India. The party was founded by Shibdas Ghosh in 1948.


SUCI(C) considers itself as the only genuine communist party in India, and follows a Marxist-Leninist ideological line formulated by Shibdas Ghosh. The party rejects political ideas such as glasnost and perestroika as revisionist, and claims to uphold the original intent of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, and the thoughts of Ghosh.

SUCI(C) holds that India is a capitalist country. In line with that analysis, the party works toward a socialist revolution, rather than a people's democratic revolution (like the Communist Party of India ), a national democratic revolution (like the Communist Party of India) or a new democratic revolution (like the Naxalites).

The 1<sup>st</sup> SUCIParty Congress was held in Kolkata in 1988. The 2nd party congress was held from 11–17 November 2009 in Ramlila Maidan, New Delhi attended by thousands of participants from 22 states and observers from several foreign countries. The current political line of the party was formulated in the 2nd party congress. The party's name was changed from Socialist Unity Centre of India (SUCI) to Socialist Unity...
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