Kanpur Conference - Only Communism Can Save India!

This paper, entitled Only Communism Can Save India! was presented by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000. The publication also includes the resolution adopted at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000.

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  • ear: Feb 2001
  • Author: CGPI
  • Languages: English, Hindi
  • Mediums: Print & PDF
  • Price: rs200 / USD $8
  • PDF attached.
  • See also: Kanpur Resolution

This paper, entitled Only Communism Can Save India! was presented by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000. The publication also includes the resolution adopted at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000.

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See also: Kanpur Resolution: 25 December, 2000:
"One working class, one program, one communist party!"

This paper, entitled Only Communism Can Save India! was presented by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000. The publication also includes the resolution adopted at the Kanpur Communist Conference, 2000.

The Kanpur Conference of India communists and patriots was convened on December 25, 2000, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Kanpur Communist Conference which resolved to the found the Communist Party on Indian Soil. This day also marked the 20th anniversary of the founding of our party, the Communist Ghadar Party of India. Our party took the decision to organise this conference at this time, to provide a common platform for all Indian communists to deliberate and develop the plan to bring the Indian working class to the centre-stage of political life today. We organised this Conference ass a step towards restoring the Unity of Indian communists in one party, as the main subjective condition for the victory of the struggle against the burgeoisie's anti-national and anti-social offensive, as well as for the victory of the revolution and socialism.

Cover photograph: Buda Bargad - an old banyan tree in Nanaji Park, Kanpur. On the branches of this banyan tree were hanged 133 martyrs of the First Ghadar of 1857-59 on one single day!

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