At the time of the establishment of the Congress Socialist Party (CSP) on 17th May 1934, in Patna, under the chairmanship of the patriarch of the Indian Socialist Movement, Acharya Narendra Deva, two goals were clear: to achieve the Independence of the country and to enhance the pace of the organised efforts towards establishing a socialist system.
In this era of globalisation-liberalization- Vikalpheen Nahi Hai Duniya. It was obvious for the neo-liberal ruling establishment to oppose this significant and relevant endeavour. But his idea of an alternative politics was blocked even by certain socialists, Gandhians and peoples' movement activists having vested interests.
Heard the Akashvani broadcast of the recognized, national political parties on 2nd February. In the broadcast of the Congress, CPI, CPM and NCP, the attempts to vitiate the communal atmosphere were primarily mentioned as well as the appeal to defeat the communal forces was made.
The Socialist Party observed one-day token fast on 12 October (Dr. Lohia's Death Anniversary) 2014 in all the states demanding the release of Irom Sharmila and repeal of the Armed Forces Special Power Act (Assam and Manipur) 1958.