Mazdoor Ekta Lehar condemns the brutality of the police who have fired upon peasants in Maharashtra and lathi-charged peasants in Punjab.Continue reading
Only the Rule of Workers and Peasants Can Guarantee Development for the Toilers, with Due Care of the Environment and the Interests of Future Generations!
Statement of the Maharashtra Regional Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, July 2011
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Confidentiality Act is a legacy of British colonial rule
Interview with Comrade P.K. Sharma about the Strike of Bank workers
The Confidentiality Act is a legacy of British colonial rule, like the Land Acquisition Act. The law exists from the epoch when we were enslaved to the white man.Continue reading
Documents of the 4th Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party of India
The Fourth Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party of India was convened in the last week of October, 2010.
The Fourth Congress consisted of delegates from all across the country and from Indians resident abroad. The majority of delegates were from the working class. About half of them were less than 25 years of age and about a third of them were women.
The Report to the Fourth Congress was presented by Comrade Lal Singh on behalf of the Central Committee elected by the Third Congress. It was discussed at length and adopted by the Congress. It has been edited for publication by the decision of the Fourth Congress.
The Fourth Congress elected the new Central Committee which held its fi rst meeting and re-elected Comrade Lal Singh as the General Secretary and Comrade Prakash Rao as the Spokesperson of the Party.
This publication also contains the Resolutions adopted by the Fourth Congress.
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Documents of the 4th Congress of CGPI
The Fourth Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party of India was convened in the last week of October 2010.
The Report of the Fourth Congress was presented by Comrade Lal Singh on behalf of the Central Committee elected by the Third Congress. It was discussed at length and adopted by the Congress. It was been edited for publication by the decision of the Fourth Congress. This publication also contains the Resolutions adopted by the Fourth Congress
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Air India Unions come together to fight to save Air India
On June 9th , 2011, 10 unions representing the different sections of the employees of Air India, including, pilots, aircraft technicians, ground staff and cabin crew, Aircraft Engineers, radio officers and flight officers,Service Engineers as well as the officers came together at Mumbai and decided to form the “Core Committee of Joint Forum of Air India and IndiaContinue reading
Workers resist factory goons
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
Condemn state repression of farmers
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
Millions of workers celebrate May Day throughout the world
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
I support the air India pilots strike
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