Workers of Ankur Udyog Ltd, a factory in the Bargadwa industrial area of Gorakhpur, were attacked by hired goondas of the management on May 3, 2011. The attack was organized by the factory owner to "teach the workers a lesson" for participating in a May Day rally. The capitalists association of Gorakhpur was incensed with the large scale participation of workers in the May Day rally in defiance of the dictate of the capitalists.Continue reading
The Communist Ghadar Party of India condemns the brutal repression unleashed by the state against the farmers of village Bhatta-Parsaul in Greater Noida, and in several other villages along the proposed expressway connecting Delhi via NOIDA to Agra and Aligarh.Continue reading
The May Day demonstrations and rallies organised throughout the world show the feeling of solidarity of the workers worldwide, their resolve to fight for their rights and those of other toiling people while reflecting their growing realisation that the overthrow of the capitalist system and setting up a system where the toilers are the real rulers is a necessary condition for ending all the woes of unjust war, poverty, deprivation and injustice that pervades the world today.Continue reading
The Delhi High Court ordered the striking pilots back to work by declaring the strike illegal, and is initiating contempt proceedings since its order was not obeyed. It has remarked that if its orders are not obeyed, then it would lead to anarchy and a discrediting of the institution, and then everyone would do as they liked. Why does not the Court also ask this of the management, and in particular of the MD, Mr. Arvind Jadhav? The latter has now been named in several allegations amounting to corruption of the worst sort, including those listed in the article, and more recently in the sale of valuable land to private players.Continue reading
Anglo-American troops and intelligence agents – Out of South Asia!
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 5th May, 2011
Terrorism as a preferred tactic of imperialist geo-politics was first introduced in our region by the two superpowers, US imperialism and Soviet social-imperialism. After the expulsion of Soviet troops from Afghanistan, the American and British imperialists and their intelligence agencies, the CIA and MI5, became the principal sponsors of terrorist groups in west and south Asia, using them to topple regimes, infiltrate popular movements and destroy nations in their drive for unquestioned world domination.Continue reading
126th May day was held in various places in Tamil Nadu on 1st of May, 2011. Working class vigorously worked in organizing and participating militantly in these May day programs. Various organizations and parties held their programs separately across the state. Some programs were jointly organized.Continue reading
Thousands of workers participated in the Joint May Day Rally in Delhi. Carrying red flags and banners workers from various trade unions and workers organisations including Mazdoor Ekta Committee (MEC), AICCTU, AITUCC, CITU, HMS, UTUC, BEFI, AIRF, GIEAIA, NZIEA, NRMU and others marched along the traditional route from Ramleela Maidan to Town Hall.
Leader of various organisations addressed the rally including Com. Bijju Nayak of Mazdoor Ekta Committee, who exhorted the working class to unite against the capitalist system of maximum loot and plunder and intensify their struggle to become the ruling class.Continue reading
The working class has to fight to become the ruling class!
May Day Call of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 2011
Replacing one party or coalition by another in the existing capitalist democracy does not lead to any advance for the toiling masses. It does not change the capitalist orientation of the economy. It does not end the loot and plunder of our land and labour, nor the attacks on our rights. The only way the situation will change is if we who produce the wealth of India become her masters. Then and only then can we reorient the economy to provide prosperity and protection for all.
Question 1 : What is Communism?
Answer : Communism is the doctrine of the conditions of the liberation of the proletariat.
Question 2 : What is the proletariat?
Answer : The proletariat is that class in society which draws its means of livelihood wholly and solely from the sale of its labour and …
Bengal definitely needs change. The issue is this. Will replacing the Left Front government by a TMC Congress government address the problems of workers and peasants of Bengal? Or the entire political and economic system needs radical transformation? The Communist Ghadar Party of India firmly believes that the entire political and economic system needs radical transformation, a Navnirman of the Indian state and society. The line pursued by the CPI(M) and the Left Front it leads have been a biggest block to this Navnirman.Continue reading