Onward with the struggle to end the exploitation of workers and peasants!

Call of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India on May Day 2022

Comrade workers,

Today is May Day, a day of celebration for the workers of all countries. In our country, workers in all regions are participating in militant rallies, meetings, and processions. We are celebrating the victories we have won and discussing the lessons from the setbacks we have suffered.

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Kisan andolan – Present situation and the way forward

Sixth meeting organized by Mazdoor Ekta Committee

“The mood among the kisans is one of great optimism…” said Baldev Singh Sirsa, of the Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society. The Samyukta Kisan Morcha will carry forward the struggle for MSP for all crops and for the other demands, till they are realised, he said. Shri Baldev Singh Sirsa was the main speaker at the sixth meeting organised by the Mazdoor Ekta Committee (MEC) on the theme ‘Kisan andolan: Present situation and the way forward’. The Lok Bhalai Insaf Welfare Society is one of the members of the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), consisting of over 500 kisan organisations, which is leading the all-India struggle of kisans.

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On the Repeal of the Three Farm Laws:
Beware of the game plan of the ruling class!

Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 22 Nov 2021
Striking the pose of a great statesman, Prime Minister Modi announced on 19th November that the three farm laws will be repealed soon. He apologized to the people of the country for not being able to convince some kisans about the benefits of these three laws. He claimed that these laws are especially for the benefit of small farmers, hiding the fact that they are designed to benefit monopoly capitalist companies. He promised to continue working “for the country”, while his government continues to work for the Tatas, Ambanis, Birlas, Adanis and other monopoly capitalist houses.

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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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