Thousands of workers join the May Day 2011 Rally in Delhi

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.

Glimpses from the Rally....

Clockwise from Top: 1) Mazdoor Ekta Committee (MEC) contingent participating in the Rally, 2) Joint May Day Committee delegates sitting on the dias, 3) Workers listening to the speeches by the TU leaders, 4) & 5) Workers and TU leaders paying homage to worker comrades killed in fire in a factory in Piragarih in Delhi, 6) Com. Bijju Nayak of MEC addressing the Rally)

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