Elections, whether for the central parliament or state assemblies, will remain a tool for legitimising the rule of the bourgeoisie until and unless the domination of parties backed by big money power is ended; and the political process is transformed to bring decision-making power into the people’s hands. Only then can the economic system be transformed from being oriented to fulfil capitalist greed to being oriented to fulfil the people’s needs.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.
The second anniversary is an appropriate time to look back and sum up the lessons of the valuable experience that has been gained. All organisers of workers and peasants must do so, with the aim of preparing for the class struggle ahead. Our goal is to win victory over the bourgeoisie, headed by the monopoly houses.Continue reading
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 22 Nov 2021
Striking the pose of a great statesman, Prime Minister Modi announced on 19th November that the three farm laws will be repealed soon. He apologized to the people of the country for not being able to convince some kisans about the benefits of these three laws. He claimed that these laws are especially for the benefit of small farmers, hiding the fact that they are designed to benefit monopoly capitalist companies. He promised to continue working “for the country”, while his government continues to work for the Tatas, Ambanis, Birlas, Adanis and other monopoly capitalist houses.
Thirty years ago, on 24th July, the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh presented the first budget of the Congress-led government headed by Narasimha Rao. Finance Minister Manmohan Singh declared that the balance of payments situation was precarious, with foreign currency reserves not enough to even pay for one month’s imports. … He then unveiled a program of major changes in policies, laws and regulations relating to trade, investment and the public sector, broadly in line with the prescriptions of the World Bank and the IMF.Continue reading