Communiqué of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India

The Fifth Plenum of the Fourth Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India was held on 28 th December, 2006, shortly after the conclusion of the 25 th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the party.

The Fifth Plenum of the Fourth Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India was held on 28 th December, 2006, shortly after the conclusion of the 25 th anniversary celebrations of the founding of the party.

The plenum unanimously assessed this event as a landmark not only for the life of our party, but for the cause of emancipation of the working class and people of our country. It applauded the contribution of all the party organisations across the country, who had worked tirelessly and with great revolutionary enthusiasm for the success of the celebrations. It decided to immediately release for publication in the party press, the keynote address delivered by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of the CGPI, at the 25th anniversary celebrations, whose main message was that Workers and Peasants want Revolution – Communists have to Lead the Way.

The Fifth plenum assessed very positively the Consultative Conference organised by the Party on the economic program of democratic renewal of India. The comrades of the party from different regions and different areas of work participated actively and enthusiastically in this Consultative Conference. The Fifth Plenum decided that this important work of enriching and further developing the economic and political program of workers’ and peasants’ rule must be taken forward without letup.

The Fifth Plenum called on the party organisations in different regions to step up their agitation, propaganda and organising work within the working class. It called on the entire Party to work untiringly to ensure that on May Day this year, our working class marches in unison in all the industrial centers of our vast country around its own economic and political program.

The plenum took important decisions towards developing the work amongst the peasantry, the women, and the youth during this year. It concluded in a militant revolutionary atmosphere. Full of great pride in the work of the Party in these 25 difficult years and conscious of the great challenges ahead, confident in the line of march of the Party, all the comrades left the Plenum with renewed determination to turn the year 2006 into a year of decisive advance for the working class movement in India.

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