Thirty-seven years after the 1984 genocide:
The Struggle Continues for Justice and an End to State-Organised Communal Violence and Terror

Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 26 October, 2021

The 1st of November marks the 37th anniversary of the genocide of Sikhs in 1984. From early morning on that day, for three days and nights, a systematic and gruesome mass murder of Sikhs was carried out in Delhi, Kanpur and other towns.

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Kisan andolan – Present situation and the way forward

Third meeting organized by Mazdoor Ekta Committee

More than a year after kisans in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and other parts of India began their agitation against the three anti-kisan laws passed by the central government, and nearly 11 months after the kisans began their protests at the borders of the capital, the central government continues to arrogantly reject this entirely just demand of crores of our kisans, who toil to feed our people. However, the kisans are united and determined to take the struggle forward, to all parts of the country.

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Protest action against unemployment and rising prices

Communist and Left parties organized a protest march in Delhi on September 30, against the all-sided and growing attacks on the livelihood and rights of the working people. The protest action was organized at Jantar Mantar. The protest was jointly organized by the Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPIM), Communist Party of India-Marxist Leninist (CPIML), Communist Ghadar Party of India (CGPI), All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) and Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP).

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Delhi state workers’ convention calls for strike on November 25, 2021:
Unite in struggle against the growing attacks on our livelihood and rights!

We are publishing here a report received from Mazdoor Ekta Committee, of the convention held by the Trade Unions Coordination Committee.
The Joint Platform of Trade Unions of Delhi held an important convention on September 30 in New Delhi. The convention assessed the grave situation facing the workers of Delhi, particularly those in the informal and unorganized sector. It gave the call for united struggle against the growing attacks on our livelihood and rights.

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