On November 7, a public meeting was organised in Delhi to condemn the ongoing genocidal war unleashed by Israel against the Palestinian people. The meeting was jointly organised by the CPI, CPI(M), CPI(ML), RSP, All India Forward Bloc, and the CGPI.Continue reading
Call of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 12 November, 2023
Workers and peasants need to become the rulers of the country and reorient the economy to ensure secure livelihood and prosperity for all. We need to ensure that the democratic and human rights of all members of society are protected, without exception.
Workers at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai have been protesting since the end of October. They are opposing the pacts signed by the Indian Railways with two multinational companies, for the manufacture of 200 Vande Bharat sleeper express trains. All trade unions, irrespective of political affiliation, have come together to oppose the privatisation pacts, including the BJP affiliated Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS).Continue reading
Women construction workers have raised a national charter of demands which includes the demand for a monthly minimum wage of Rs 26,000, and equal wages for equal work.Continue reading
Comrade S.K. Kulshreshtha passed away on 5th of November after battling a life threating disease for nearly a year.Continue reading
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, November 5, 2023
The path shown by the October Revolution remains the only way to liberate human society from the dangerous and destructive course on which it is headed.
A meeting was held on November 1 in New Delhi, to mark 39 years after the gruesome genocide of Sikhs. Political and social activists, people from all sections of society, including a large number of students and youth participated in the meeting.Continue reading
On October 27, the UN General Assembly voted overwhelmingly in favour of a resolution calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. 120 countries of the United Nations voted in favour of the resolution, while 14 voted against it. 45 countries abstained.Continue reading
Thousands of sugarcane farmers from Western Uttar Pradesh have been carrying on an agitation since 18th October. They are demanding that the sugar mills pay their dues for the previous crushing season (2022-23) amounting to around Rs 4,000 crore. Farmers are angry that while the new sugarcane crushing season (October 1, 2023- September 30, 2024) has already started, they have not yet been fully paid the dues for the previous year.Continue reading
Colliery Mazdoor Sabha of India (CMSI) recently held an anti-privatisation convention in Asansol in West Bengal. The focus of the convention was to highlight how the Central government was trying to privatise different operations of this industry. The Central government has already sold 37% shares of the public sector Coal India Limited.Continue reading