What should people do in the face of the dangerous course of the economy?
Lok Raj Sangathan's meeting on 28th September on the subject, “The dangerous course of the Indian economy: what should people do?” drew a large number of workers, students, women and activists. More than 200 people, including a large number of youth, participated in the meeting.
In the referendum held on September 18 for the people of Scotland to decide whether they wanted independence from the United Kingdom, a full 45% of those who voted showed that they preferred to separate.
On 13th September, activists from different organizations who had gathered to participate in a discussion organized by Lok Raj Sangathan and Kamgar Ekta Chalwal in Mumbai , unanimously condemned the policy of US Imperialism in Asia.
Call to build a mass movement to oppose the anti worker, anti national course of the bourgeoisie
Nearly 3000 trade union leaders and working class activists from different sectors of the economy from all regions of India participated in an All India Convention in New Delhi on September 15, 2014. There were representatives of the AITUC, CITU, HMS, AIUTUC, TUCC, UTUC, HMS, INTUC, BM
Lok Raj Sangathan and All India Save Education Committee have been agitating to oppose the closure of the only government-run primary and senior secondary school, the Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, in Burari in North Delhi. Parents and guardians of the affected students are also participating in the protest actions in large numbers.
NLC located 200 KMs from Chennai, operates the largest open-pit lignite mines in India, presently mining 24 MT of Lignite and has an installed capacity of 2,740 MW of electricity. It is part of Profit making Navratna group of Public sector Companies.
The people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir are facing the brunt of unprecedented floods. Lakhs of people are marooned on the roofs of their homes, as the river Jhelum and its tributaries have overflown their banks and much of the Kashmir Valley is submerged under water. A week after flooding began, news reports indicated that over two thirds of Srinagar is under water.
This document, What Kind of Party?, was presented by
Comrade Lal Singh on behalf of the Central Committee
of the Communist Ghadar Party of India to the Second
National Consultative Conference held December 29-30, 1993.
The first part of this pamphlet is an analysis of facts and phenomena to identify and expose the real aims behind the Note Ban. The second part is devoted to a critical appraisal of the government’s claims that it will reduce inequality, corruption and terrorism. The third part is what Communist Ghadar Party believes is the real solution to these problems and the immediate program of action towards that solution.