After 2 weeks of procedural wrangles between the BJP and the "opposition", the Lok Sabha debated on the Gujarat genocide. The debate merely confirmed the politicians of the ruling class as charlatans with no concern for the people or their lives, livelihood or dignity as human beings. Even more, it confirmed the bankruptcy of parliamentary democracy.Continue reading
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Struggle against globalisation through liberalisation and privatisation
Roadblocks to the struggle of the working class and peasantry in developing the alternative
The struggle of workers, peasants, working people, women, students and other broad sections of the toiling masses is growing in scope and intensity. Working masses are actively seeking an alternative to the course of globalisation through liberalisation and privatisation.Continue reading
LRS conference in Mumbai: Important step in strategizing against privatization
In the last two years the move to privatize public sector units through divestment to individual capitalists has picked up momentum. Already Modern Foods, Bharat Aluminium (Balco), Computer Maintenance Corporation (CMC), VSNL, Hindustan Zinc have been privatized and more are on the anvil.Continue reading
Stop the privatisation program!
End the anti-labour and anti-social offensive!
Keynote Speech at LRS Conference on Privatisation & Anti-Labour Offensive, April 2002
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Stop privatisation! Defeat the anti-social offensive!
Statement of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, March 14, 2002
All over the country, workers and working people are protesting against the onslaught on their livelihood and rights. A fierce clash is developing between the working class and the ruling big bourgeoisie.Continue reading
Blame the State, not the people, for the communal massacre in Gujarat!
Statement of the CGPI, March 3, 2002
The terrible communal massacre in Gujarat, where hundreds of men, women and children have been burnt alive by organised communal gangs, has roused the anger of the masses of Indian people. Who is to blame for this communal violence? What must be done to prevent such crimes?Continue reading
March 8, International Women’s Day
Organise against injustice and for peace!
Sisters in struggle,Continue reading
All-India Conference on Rights
A Timely and Historic Initiative
People’s Voice hails the Conference on Rights organised by Lok Raj Sangathan in Delhi on February 23-24, 2002. It is a timely initiative given the atmosphere of tension and terror that is spreading in India and on the global scale, with rights being curtailed by the state authorities in the name of waging war on terrorism. It is a historic initiative in the sense that this Conference pulled together all the theoretical and philosophical justifications for the defence and affirmation of rights, both individual and collective, based on the best of Indian thought and of scientific and democratic thought and political experience on the world scale.Continue reading
On the Right of Nations to Self-determination
Presented by representative of CGPI at All-India Conference on Rights, New Delhi, February 23-24, 2002
The question of the rights of nations is one of the most crucial facing us at the present juncture. A truly incendiary situation prevails in our country, our region and the globe, and it is connected to a large degree with the denial or violation of national rights.Continue reading
Conference on Rights in Delhi
Arming the people with the modern definition of rights
When the State, instead of guaranteeing the rights of citizens, becomes an instrument for their suppression, then it is essential for the people to organise in order to realise their rights. This was the main running theme of the discussions at the All-India Conference on Rights organised by Lok Raj Sangathan in New Delhi on February 23 and 24, 2002.Continue reading