Tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets of Athens and other cities in Greece in the last week of September 2011 to protest against a fresh round of attacks on their livelihood being launched by the government.Continue reading
Protests spread in the US against big banks
Hundreds of protestors marched on the New York homes of wealthy billionaires who sit on the boardrooms of the banks and other financial institutions of the US on October 11, 2011.
The protesters chanted "Banks got bailed out, we got sold out" and "Hey you billionaires, pay your fair share" and carried signs that "We are the 99 percent."Continue reading
Mass protests on October 7, at the Manesar Industrial estate
The immediate cause for this action is the continued attacks on the workers by the management of Maruti-Suzuki and Haryana government
Workers of Maruti-Suzuki struck work insider the factor when 1600 casual workers were prevented from entering the plant by the management and goondas attacked the workers.Continue reading
Second Consultative Meeting of Organisations Fighting against Privatisation, Liberalisation and Globalisation takes place in Mumbai
On September 30, representatives of 13 Unions and organizations met in Mumbai. The leadership of Lok Raj Sangathan, All India Loco Running Staff Association (AILRSA), Indian Commercial Pilots Association(ICPA), Air India Aircraft Engineers Association(AIAEA), Western Railway Motormen’s Association(WRMA), All India Service Engineers Association(AISEA), All India RailwaContinue reading
Condemn the attack on Prashant Bhushan!
Unite in defence of the Right to Conscience!
Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 13th October, 2011
The Communist Ghadar Party of India condemns in the strongest possible terms the savage physical attack on the respected lawyer and activist, Prashant Bhushan, when he was giving an interview to a TV channel on October 12, 2011.Continue reading
Comrade Gursharan Singh
Comrade Gursharan Singh, the renowned cultural activist, dramatist and revolutionary intellectual passed away at the age of 82 on September 27, 2011. Mazdoor Ekta Lehar mourns his untimely death and extends its profound sympathies to the bereaved family of Comrade Gursharan Singh.Continue reading
Petrol price hike is an attack on the living standards of millions of working families!
Withdraw customs and excise duties on oil and all its products, to bring down the retail price!
Statement of the CC of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 23 September, 2011
Whenever the price of petrol or diesel is raised the government claims that it is because of the “unaffordable subsidy”. This is a blatant lie because petroleum product consumption is being heavily taxed in our country and not at all subsidized. The “subsidy” in the central budget is less than one-tenth the total taxes collected from petroleum products.Continue reading
Meeting on “Sovereignty – in whose hands?”
The question of where sovereignty lies and should lie, in a modern society, has been posed very starkly by recent developments in our country and throughout the world. A public meeting was organized on 11th September 2011 by Lok Raj Sangathan in Delhi on this important issue. It was attended by activists from the movement for empowerment of people.Continue reading
Support the just struggle of the workers of Maruti Suzuki!
An attack on one is an attack on all!
Statement of the Delhi Regional Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, September 19, 2011
This is a decisive struggle which will have bearing on workers rights all over the country. Because the workers are fighting for the right to organize themselves into a union of their choice, a union that will defend their interests..Continue reading
Tenth anniversary of invasion of Afghanistan
Imperialists, get out of Afghanistan!
Nations and peoples of Asia, Unite to put an end to criminal imperialist aggression!
Ten years ago, on 8 October, the US imperialists launched a brazen military invasion of Afghanistan, in the name of waging a “war on terror”.Continue reading