On the issue of these dams, government is trying to portray that this issue is that of a conflict between the rural and urban population. Government is trying to portray that it has great concern about those living in cities. But this is a big lie. Working people living in cities neither get neither water nor electricity.Continue reading
BSNL workers plan strike action
It is a fact that in the whole period of privatization of Telecom services, the government deliberately ensured that the private players captured the major profitable sectors in the metros and other towns, while BSNL services were downgraded in precisely these areas. So we have the situation that in the countryside, in the hills, in the remote areas of our country, it is BSNL services that work, while in the big cities, the BSNL services are kept at inadequate levels to favour the private players. The government and management have ensured that private players can access BSNL networks without compensating it for the same.Continue reading
Congratulate the Prime Minister for telling the truth
Respected editor,Continue reading
Lessons from 1984 massacre of Sikhs
I thank the CGPI for so succinctly bringing out important lessons from the gruesome massacre of Sikhs in 1984.
Here I would like to bring out how the state and its apologists have been trying to confuse and put the blame on the people, while absolving those guilty of such massacres.Continue reading
Condemn the Maruti management for its vicious anti-worker propaganda campaign!
It is the Maruti Suzuki management that should be in the dock. The workers and their unions should take the Maruti management to court for attempting to bribe worker leaders and for violating labour laws. This would be a fitting reply to the vicious anti-worker-campaign.Continue reading
Suzuki Power Train Union has chosen the path of struggle
Three suspended leaders of Suzuki Power Train located in Manesar alleged that the management was exerting enormous pressure on them to submit their resignation. The management were offering them a big bribe to give up their struggle.Continue reading
The Working Class Must Fight For the Reorientation of the Economy!
Statement of the Maharashtra Regional Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, November 2011
The result of the two decades of the so-called economic reform program since 1991 – the globalisation through liberalisation and privatisation program – has been highly uneven and lopsided economic growth.Continue reading
The Massacre of November 1984 Shall Never be Forgotten!
Statement by the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, October 22, 2011
Twenty seven years ago, on November 1-3, 1984, the rulers of India carried out the cold blooded slaughter of thousands of innocent people belonging to the Sikh faith, in Delhi, Kanpur and other places, following the assassination of Indira Gandhi.Continue reading