Revolutionary Youth Association Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revolutionary_Youth_Association

Revolutionary Youth Association
Formation23 March 1990
TypeYouth organisation
Legal statusActive
HeadquartersCharu Bhawan, U-90, Shakarpur, Delhi-110092
38,000 (2017)
National President
Manoj Manzil
National General Secretary
Niraj Kumar
AffiliationsCPIML Liberation
IPF (1990-1992)

Revolutionary Youth Association (RYA) is the youth wing of Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation).[1] RYA is one of the biggest left wing youth association in India. RYA is biggest left wing youth association in the Indian state like Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Uttarpradesh, etc. The RYA was established on 23 March 1995. Sixth National Conference was held in Varanasi on 15–16 December 2018. The Conference elected Manoj Manzil as National President and Niraj Kumar as General Secretary along with a national council of 75 members and 9 Central committee members.[2]

The RYA states that it supports universal dignified employment, equitable education, civil liberties, freedom and equality for women, social justice and secularism. It also says that it supports democratic values and the role of science. The RYA also states that it favors establishing ties with other left wing youth groups, especially in Asia.[3][4]

The RYA states that it opposes fascism, Dictatorism , anarchism, statism, criminal and NGO trends, as well as attempts to divide Indian youth on caste, class, religious and ethnic divides.


  1. ^ https://cpiml.net/ Communist Party Of India (Marxist Leninist) Liberation
  2. ^ "RYA (Revolutionary Youth Association) (@ryaindia)".
  3. ^ "Student-Youth".
  4. ^ "Youth protests for employment see overwhelming response in Bihar". 28 January 2022.