Such as: Communal Violence, State Terrorism, Black Laws

Racist attacks in the National Capital Region on students from Africa

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 15/04/2017 - 12:52

NOIDA protestAccording to media reports, on 27th March, a gang of persons forced their way into a residence of Nigerian students in Greater Noida, in the National Capital Region of Delhi. They demanded the right to search the students' refrigerator. They alleged that the Nigerians were cannibals and accused them of murdering a local youth.


Communal conflicts being stoked up in Assam

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 01/04/2017 - 15:43

On March 6, an organization named Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samannay Samitee (NIBBUSS), organised a day long rally and demonstration in Silpathar town in Assam, demanding that the names of Hindu Bengalis be removed from the list of D-voters (doubtful voters). It is reported that the demonstrators attacked and vandalized the office of the AASU (All Assam Students’ Union) and injured several AASU activists.


Protests against land acquisition in Jharkhand

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 17/03/2017 - 12:29

The BJP government of Jharkhand is pulling out all stops to welcome Indian and foreign multinationals to plunder the land, labour and rich mineral resources of the state. Over 200 MOU's with Indian and foreign capitalists were signed on 16-17 February at a Momentum Jharkhand Investors' Summit 2017.


This is nothing but state terrorism!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 27/01/2017 - 21:19

Numerous individuals accused of being terrorists are languishing in jails in various parts of the country. Many among them are released several years later when the courts rule that they are innocent. The “1st People’s Tribunal” was set up on 2nd October 2016 to allow such individuals to present a description of their condition. A report based on the victims’ narrative submitted by the jury was released in New Delhi on 10th December 2016. This report has been published by “The Innocents Network India”.


32 years after Operation Blue Star:

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 17/06/2016 - 03:30

Condemn the fascist attack of the Indian state on the people of Sikh faith!

The brutal attack by the armed forces of the Indian state on the Golden Temple – the holy shrine of the Sikhs – on June 6, 1984, was condemned at a public meeting organized by Lok Raj Sangathan in New Delhi on June 5, 2016. The hall was filled to more than capacity. A large number of youth and students were present.


Youth organisations launch joint campaign against communalism and fascism

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 02/04/2016 - 02:30

Seven youth organisations — All India Youth Federation (AIYF), Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI), Revolutionary Youth Association (RYA), Hind Naujawan Ekta Sabha (HNES), All India Democratic Youth Organisation (AIDYO), Revolutionary Youth Front (RYF), and All India Youth League (AIYL) — have initiated a country wide united campaign against communalism and fascism. Many other youth organisations have also joined this campaign. Together, they have decided to organise conventions, human chains, and other forms of protest to highlight the concerns of youth at the grave situation facing the people of our country.


Navnirman of India

Submitted by bk on Sun, 14/02/2016 - 12:04

The statement of the CC of the CGPI dated 23-1-2016 entitled `On the occasion of Republic Day 2016: Unite, organise and lead the struggle for the Navnirman of the Republic!' in the February 1-15, 2016 issue of MEL is an important piece of reading that has analyzed the key features of the political economy, based on the principles of dialectical materialism and class struggle.


Onward with the Struggle to punish those guilty of demolishing Babri Masjid!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 05/12/2015 - 20:52

Unite and fight for a State that would guarantee prosperity and protection for all!

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 5th December, 2015

The demolition of Babri Masjid exposed the fact that communalism and communal violence had become an unwritten policy of the Indian State.  It is not the religious beliefs of anyone that is to blame.  It is the ruling class and its method of rule that is responsible.

The dispute over Babri Masjid was deliberately reignited by the Indian big bourgeoisie to divide the people on communal lines.  The aim was to disrupt and paralyze the struggles of the working class and people against the all sided attacks being launched on their rights, as well as to suppress dissident factions within the bourgeois class.

Communal violence and incitement of competing sectarian agitations based on religion and caste were all deployed to create a climate of mayhem and chaos, within which the unpopular policy changes could be pushed through.  This is the real explanation for the rapid escalation of communal and sectarian violence in the nineties. 


Meeting against Communal Violence organised in Gohana, Haryana

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Wed, 26/08/2015 - 12:41

The continuously growing communal violence poses a big challenge to the revolutionary movement of workers and peasants. Why are communalism and the incidents of communal violence growing? What is their source? How can they be stopped? It is absolutely necessary today to take up these questions for discussion to respond to the call of the times to correctly lead the worker-peasant movement to deal with communalism.


Acquittal of security personnel guilty of Hashimpura massacre:

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Wed, 01/04/2015 - 23:30

Down with state terrorism!

On March 21, a trial court at Tis Hazari, Delhiacquitted the 16 Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) personnel who had been facing trial for the cold blooded murder of people of the Muslimcommunity in Hashimpura area of Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, 28 years ago.


Massive show of protests against State Terrorism

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Wed, 17/12/2014 - 03:30

22nd Anniversary of the demolition of Babri Masjid

Protests and demonstrations across the country marked the 22nd anniversary of the demolition of Babri Masjid. From Kolkatta to Malegaon and from Dehradun to Coimbatore, people came out on the streets in hundreds of thousands to demonstrate their anger with what happened 22 years ago – the criminal act of the demolition of the Masjid and the communal killings organized by the State in its aftermath.

Delhi witnessed a massive rally from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar that culminated in a 3 hour meeting at which speakers from about 30 organisations condemned the criminal act and committed to unite against state terrorism and fight for the renewal of Indian Society.

Starting from 10 a.m. in the morning, hundreds of people began assembling at Mandi House. The numbers swelled and by about 11:30 a.m. the rally began with thousands of protestors marching in a disciplined manner behind the main banner, which boldly declared, ‘Unite against communal hate-mongering and violence, state terror and for rebuilding a just society!’ and ‘An attack on one is an attack on all!’ Representatives of all the organisations were with the main banner as the rally proceeded towards Jantar Mantar. Militant slogans of “Down with State Terror” and demanding punishment of those guilty of the crime reverberated in the air.


Release Irom Sharmila immediately!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 02/09/2014 - 03:30

Repeal the Armed Forces Special Powers Act!

With deepest outrage, the CGPI condemns the utterly unjustifiable arrest on August 22, 2014, of Irom Sharmila, the brave activist from Manipur who has been relentlessly fighting for over 14 years for the repeal of the draconian Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA).


Language controversy revived:

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Wed, 02/07/2014 - 01:30

Divisive and diversionary tactics

The ruling class is geared up to push ahead full steam with capitalist reforms. The new government has lost no time in announcing measures that have gladdened the hearts of the big bourgeoisie, while stepping up the exploitation and oppression of the working class and people.


Good times for big capitalists means hard times for workers and peasants

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 17/06/2014 - 03:30

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 4th June, 2014

"Sab ka saath, sab ka vikaas!" (Together with all, for the development for all!) This is the slogan with which the BJP led by Narendra Modi has swept to power at the centre, capturing 52% of the seats and reducing Congress Party to a small minority in the Parliament.


Leaflet issued by the Indian Workers' Association of Great Britain

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 17/06/2014 - 00:30

Join the Demonstration in Hyde Park, London

Condemn Indian Army’s ‘Operation Blue Star’ 1984

Mark the 30th Anniversary of Sikh Genocide!

Demand justice for the people of Punjab and the rest of India!

On 6th June, 1984, tanks, mortars, missiles and sophisticated guns roared in a pre-planned concerted operation to crush the ‘enemy’.


Unite against the targeting of migrant workers by the capitalist state

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Mon, 02/06/2014 - 00:30

During the election campaign for the Lok Sabha, Prime Minister designate Narendra Modi made a number of speeches in West Bengal and Assam threatening to deport "illegal Bangladeshi immigrants" when BJP came to power. He is neither the first nor the last political leader of India to target Bengali Muslims in India.


Condemn the Army verdict in the Pathribal false encounter case!

Submitted by sampu on Sun, 02/02/2014 - 00:30

No to army rule in Kashmir!

People in Kashmir and democratic minded people all over India are outraged by the clean chit given by the Army to its own personnel who were charged with the brutal torture and murder of 5 ordinary civilians in Pathribal, Kashmir, in March 2000.


Ukraine : US and Germany inciting anti-government protests

Submitted by sampu on Sat, 01/02/2014 - 21:30

Encouraged by the covert and overt backing of the imperialists of US and Germany, the anti-government protestors led by the opposition parties in Ukraine have been trying to overthrow the government of President Viktor F. Yanukovych by carrying out one provocation after the other.


Party school on constitution

Submitted by sampu on Fri, 17/01/2014 - 04:30

On December 25, 2013, the Communist Ghadar Party of India completed 33 years since its founding. The occasion was marked by celebrations organized by the party organizations in different regions of the country. The Central Committee had previously planned to organize a series of Party Schools in different regions.


We must build a system wherein state organized communal and terrorist violence will have no place

Submitted by vivek on Sat, 21/12/2013 - 15:29

I read your article entitled '21 years after the destruction of Babri Masjid: State organized communal violence and terror remains the preferred weapon of he ruling class' in the Dec.1-15, 2013 issue of MEL.


Growing fascist terror against people on the basis of religion and caste stems from the communal foundation of the Indian Republic

Submitted by vivek on Thu, 21/11/2013 - 12:46

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 16th Nov, 2013

Among all the parties in the electoral arena, Congress Party and BJP have earned the maximum trust of imperialism and the Indian big bourgeoisie.  They have demonstrated their ability to strike unprincipled deals and cobble together coalitions to align regional bourgeois groups with the agenda of globalisation through liberalisation and privatisation.  The Indian big bourgeoisie and the biggest imperialist powers of the world are keen to have one of these two trusted parties at the helm during 2014-19, in spite of their criminal record and the anger and hatred they have earned among the people.


Supreme Court rules in favour of “None of the Above” button :

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Thu, 17/10/2013 - 02:30

Necessity to carry out thorough going electoral reforms

On September 27, 2013, a three judge bench of the Supreme Court ruled that the Electronic Voting Machines (EVM’s) used in elections must have a “none of the above” (NOTA) button at the end as an option.


Indian state is communal and state terror is its preferred weapon

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Thu, 10/10/2013 - 09:31

Home Minister Shinde's missive to state governments

On September 30, 2013, Union home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde wrote a well publicised letter to all states and Union territories to "ensure that no innocent Muslim youth is wrongfully detained in the name of terror".


Unite and oppose state terrorism!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 20/07/2013 - 00:34

Israt Jehan, a first year college student of Mumbai and her friends were kidnapped and brutally murdered by the orders of top officers of the Gujarat Police and the Intelligence Bureau 10 years ago. Their murder was declared an “encounter”. For ten years, the families of Israt Jehan and her murdered friends have been fighting for justice.


Taking the struggle for justice to its logical conclusion

Submitted by vivek on Wed, 05/06/2013 - 16:20


I would like to the CC of the CGPI dated 7th May, 2013 `Acquittal of Sajjan Kumar in the 1984 genocide is a blatant act of injustice!' It is a particularly brave stand to take due to the bourgeois pressure to accept the ruling of some of their hallowed institutions including that of the juidiciary.


Condemn the terrorist bomb blasts in Hyderabad

Submitted by vivek on Tue, 26/02/2013 - 10:27

Both the principal parties of the ruling class, Congress Party and BJP, have very little credibility amongst the masses of working people. The bourgeoisie is hell bent on pushing ahead with the program of globalization through liberalization and privatization by attacking the livelihood and rights of the toilers and tillers. Polarising society on communal lines, spreading terror and breaking the unity of the people, and spreading jingoism against Pakistan are their favourite weapons to ensure that they can implement their plans.


Condemn the cowardly hanging of Mohammed Afzal Guru!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sun, 17/02/2013 - 04:30

On the morning of 9 February, under the cover of utmost secrecy, the Indian state hanged Mohammed Afzal Guru and buried him inside Tihar Jail in Delhi.  His family and the rest of the country came to know only after the fact.  The execution of Afzal Guru was a shameless and cowardly act that cannot be justified in the name of law and justice.  On the contrary, the evidence shows


Working people of Dhule city in Maharashtra demand justice

Submitted by vivek on Sun, 17/02/2013 - 02:44

Rioting police caught on camera!

On 6th January six people of theMuslim faith were killed in the course of state repression unleashed by police in Dhule a city of Maharashtra.Many people suffered huge economic damage during that incident.The affected citizens have pointed out that even after 4 weeks of that incident the Maharashtra state government has not given any compensation to the


An appeal to men and women of conscience

Submitted by vivek on Sun, 17/02/2013 - 02:37

We, the undersigned, note that this Budget session of the Lok Sabha is being convened at a critical moment in the history of India. The blood of thousands of innocent victims of organised violence has not yet dried on the streets of Bombay, Surat, Delhi and other places, while lakhs have fled their homes, and returned penniless and destitute to the far corners of the country.


This Republic is a relic of the colonial raj

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 02/02/2013 - 04:30

India needs a modern democratic state

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 22nd January, 2013

The glaring contradiction between the voices being raised on Raj Path and on the jan path, between those in Parliament and those on Parliament street, reflects the inevitable clash between the forces of the Old and the forces of the New.  The old order is crumbling.  A new order is struggling to be born.  Those who benefit from the old order are using their power to prolong its life, to postpone its end for as long as possible.


Demonstration to demand that the guilty be punished, 20 years after the demolition of the Babri Masjid

Submitted by vivek on Mon, 17/12/2012 - 22:24

On the occasion of 20 years since the demolition of the Babri Masjid, around one dozen organisations held a protest demonstration on 6 December 2012 in Delhi. The protesters marched from Mandi House chowk to Jantar Mantar where the procession transformed into a public meeting. A street play, which exposed the way the State organises communal violence, was staged by a group of youth.


On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the destruction of Babri Masjid

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 04/12/2012 - 14:27

The Guilty must be Punished!

Communal nature of the State points to the Necessity for its Reconstitution!

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 4th December, 2012

Twenty years ago, on 6th December, 1992, the four century-old historical monument called Babri Masjid, located in Faizabad (or Ayodhya) in Uttar Pradesh, was demolish


The genocide of Sikhs in November 1984

Submitted by vivek on Wed, 17/10/2012 - 03:30

Those in power must be held accountable for their crimes

Those in positions of power and authority should be held accountable and guilty when they violate their duty and responsibility of providing safety and protection to the citizens. Only if law is based on the principle of command responsibility can parties and officials guilty of organising such crimes be convicted, and not merely the goons used to execute it.


Sixty-five years after independence from British colonial rule – the revolt continues!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 17/08/2012 - 03:30

Ghadar jaari hai!

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 12 August, 2012

Sixty five years after independence from the British, who is free in India today? Workers, peasants, intellectuals, women, religious minorities, nations and nationalities are all oppressed. The big bourgeoisie has used the state of the Indian Republic to become the most dominant and ruling force of society, and is dragging the entire country onto a dangerous path – colluding and contending with other imperialist powers, and has grown rich not only by domestic but also through external plunder. The time has come to negate this state which negates the rights and aspirations of all our peoples. This can be done if and only if the working class takes the lead.  For India to be free and independent, it is essential that every part our country, every section of our people, is free from oppression or discrimination of any kind.  On the 65th anniversary of independence, the Communist Ghadar Party calls on all… to unite firmly around the program to reconstitute the Indian Union on a voluntary basis, redefine democracy to empower the people!


Condemn the state-organised sectarian genocide in Assam!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Thu, 02/08/2012 - 04:50

Organising and sponsoring underground armed groups to carry out indiscriminate or sectarian violence, and then ordering the official armed forces to unleash terror in the name of restoring peace and order – this is the tried and tested method of rule of the Indian big bourgeoisie.  The Congress Party is the most experienced exponent of such divide and rule tactics, inherited from colonial times and further perfected since then.


Gujarat genocide

Submitted by vivek on Sat, 02/06/2012 - 00:30

The struggle to punish the guilty shall continue without letup!

The nightmare of February 28, 2002 and the days that followed still haunt the people of Gujarat and all those fighting for justice.


We mourn the passing away of our dear Comrade Prof Dalip Singh

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 12/05/2012 - 03:30

Prof Dalip SinghProf Dr Dalip Singh was a fierce defender of justice and human rights, and an outspoken opponent of state terrorism. In the period following Operation Blue Star and the genocide of Sikhs in 1984, Prof Dalip Singh worked closely with our party organizations to expose the false anti Sikh communal hysteria spread by the state and the Congress Party, and to build the unity of the people against state terrorism and state organized communal genocides.


Women must organise and wage united struggle to affirm their rights as women, as workers and as human beings!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 17/03/2012 - 04:30

Call of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 1stMarch, 2012

International Women’s Day, on 8th March, 2012, comes at a time when more and more women are coming out on the streets, in our country and all over the world.


Down with Anglo-American imperialist war preparations against Iran!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 17/03/2012 - 02:30

While tightening their economic pressure against Iran through punitive sanctions, the Anglo-American imperialists are simultaneously busy making preparations for outright military aggression as well. US president Obama’s recent statements about giving time to allow the sanctions to take effect are only a diplomatic ruse to fool world opinion.


International Women’s Day 2012

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 16/03/2012 - 23:30

Change not just the government, but the system!

Several organizations of women jointly organized a public meeting on Parliament Street on March 5, 2012 on the occasion of International Women’s Day

Working women from various areas of Delhi, students and women from all walks of life participated enthusiastically in the meeting


This crisis-ridden republic of the bourgeoisie must be replaced by a workers and peasants republic!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 17/01/2012 - 03:30

62 years ago, on 26 January 1950, the present-day Republic of India was proclaimed. This marked the consolidation of the state power of the Indian bourgeoisie, which had taken over power from the British colonialists when they were forced to leave because of the mounting struggles of the people of India.


Message of greetings from Comrade Lal Singh to all party comrades on the occasion of the New Year 2012

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Mon, 02/01/2012 - 04:30

Comrades, we have launched an important initiative to engage all communists in discussion on the urgent necessity for preparing the working class to take political power into its own hands. I call upon you to take up this task and spare no effort in taking this widely in every region of the country.Let us put pressure on everyone calling themselves communist to take a clear stand on this question— are they or are they not agreed on the urgent necessity to prepare the working class to take political power and establish proletarian democracy in place of capitalist democracy?


First Working Class Conference in Delhi initiates serious debate on the

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Mon, 02/01/2012 - 01:30

Way Forward: One Aim, One Program for Political Power!

An important and path breaking two-day conference was organized by Lok Awaz Publishers and Distributors in Delhi on 23-24 December, 2011. It was attended by activists and organisers of the working class, belonging to numerous trends and parties in the communist movement.


Criminalisation of Politics and the Necessity for Navnirman

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 02/12/2011 - 04:30

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 28 November, 2011

The task facing the working class and progressive forces is neither to build a secular front nor a third front, but the political front for people’s empowerment, for the Navnirman of the state and political process. 


Public meeting on lessons from the 1984 carnage of people of Sikh faith

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Thu, 17/11/2011 - 00:30

A public meeting was held on November 5, 2011, in the India International Center, New Delhi, to mark the 27th anniversary of the state organised massacre of Sikhs by the Congress Party and the state machinery. The meeting was organized by the Sikh Forum, which has been holding such meetings for the past 27 years to ensure punishment of the guilty.   


The Massacre of November 1984 Shall Never be Forgotten!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Wed, 02/11/2011 - 04:30

Statement by the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, October 22, 2011

Twenty seven years ago, on November 1-3, 1984, the rulers of India carried out the cold blooded slaughter of thousands of innocent people belonging to the Sikh faith, in Delhi, Kanpur and other places, following the assassination of Indira Gandhi.


Gruesome confirmation of brutal state terror in Kashmir

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 16/09/2011 - 19:30

The horrific truth of the killing in cold blood of thousands of innocent Kashmiris has been confirmed yet again by the report of the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) which became public on August 17, 2011. The SHRC report has revealed unmarked graves in the three districts of Kupwara, Baramulla and Bandipore in north Kashmir.


Condemn the 13th July terror attacks in Mumbai!

Submitted by vivek on Sun, 17/07/2011 - 03:30

Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, 14th July, 2011

The Communist Ghadar Party of India condemns the terrorist attacks in three locations of Mumbai on 13th July, 2011

Yesterday's blasts come at a time when India and Pakistan are seriously engaging each other in dialogue to solve outstanding problems. The Pakistani government and people wants friendship with India at a time when Pakistan's sovereignty is in danger from the grave threats US imperialism is posing.


Documents of the 4th Congress of CGPI

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 02/07/2011 - 03:30

4th Congress DocumentThe 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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Condemn the deliberate inflaming of passions

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 01/02/2011 - 11:29


I am writing to thank you for the article entitled "Sri Krishna Committee submits report on Telangana: Condemn the deliberate inflaming of passions among the people!'' in the columns of the January 16-31, 2011 issue of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar. The article must be commended on many points, including its simple and scientific language, historical accuracy and the complete honesty of purpose.


Sri Krishna Committee submits report on Telengana: Condemn the deliberate inflaming of passions among the people!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 16/01/2011 - 10:30


The Sri Krishna Committee on Telengana submitted its report to the Central Government on December 30, 2010. It presents six options to deal with the problem, with one identified as the "most preferred option", and another identified as a second option. The other four options are termed impractical by the Committee itself. The Sri Krishna Committee had been set up by the UPA Government in February 2010 to allegedly assist it to arrive at a solution to the agitation in Andhra Pradesh for and against Telengana. Now, the ball is in the court of the UPA Government to hit which way it chooses.

Court judgment on Ayodhya: The guilty must be punished!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Fri, 01/10/2010 - 19:30

On September 23, the Supreme Court stayed the delivery of the Ayodhya judgment by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court, which was scheduled for September 24. The Court cited "disagreement between the two judges" as the reason for the stay, as one of the judges was reported to be in favour of conciliation.


Operation Blue Star

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 16/06/2010 - 11:30

Sir,Operation Blue Star was the opening of the flood gates to a massive onslaught that would be launched against Sikhs in the coming months and years, which would tear asunder the struggles of the peasantry and the common working people. The use of massive violence then paved the path to the dovetailing of the people of India into the agenda of the bourgeoisie.


Genocide of Sikhs in 1984 cannot be forgiven and forgotten!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 17/10/2009 - 01:30

Political Crimes need political trial and punishment!

Twenty five years have passed since the gruesome state-organised massacre of Sikhs in Delhi and other places in India, following the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 1st November, 1984.  The massacre of 1984 continues to be called a riot in the official records, which is a travesty of justice and a gross


Kashmir Elections — Indian state attempts to legitimise

Submitted by girish on Sat, 17/01/2009 - 00:30

The elections to the 87 member assembly of the state of Jammu & Kashmir were held in seven phases stretching over two months. These elections resulted in none of the partis gaining a majority. The National Conference emerged as the single largest party with 28 seats and the Peoples Democratic Party followed with 22 seats.


Youth programme on the theme "Freedom from Terrorism"

Submitted by girish on Fri, 16/01/2009 - 16:20

On the first weekend of the new year Hindi Naujawan Ekta Sahba organized competitions for youth and children in Sanjay Colony in South Delhi on the burning issue of terrorism under the theme "Nutan Varsha mein Aatankvaad se Mukti" (Freedom from Terrorism in the New Year). This was followed by a public meeting on the same theme.


Documents of the 3rd Congress of CGPI

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 01/03/2005 - 10:30

CGPI - 3rd Congress Report

Towards the Rule of Workers and Peasants and a Voluntary Indian Union

This document entitled Towards the Rule of Workers and Peasants and a Voluntary Indian Union contains the Report of the Central Committee presented by Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, which was discussed and adopted by the Third Congress of the Party, held in January 2005.

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Lok Sabha debate on Gujarat massacres: Parliamentary democracy stinks

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 17/05/2002 - 03:30

After 2 weeks of procedural wrangles between the BJP and the "opposition", the Lok Sabha debated on the Gujarat genocide. The debate merely confirmed the politicians of the ruling class as charlatans with no concern for the people or their lives, livelihood or dignity as human beings. Even more, it confirmed the bankruptcy of parliamentary democracy.


Blame the State, not the people, for the communal massacre in Gujarat!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sun, 17/03/2002 - 03:30

Statement of the CGPI, March 3, 2002

The terrible communal massacre in Gujarat, where hundreds of men, women and children have been burnt alive by organised communal gangs, has roused the anger of the masses of Indian people. Who is to blame for this communal violence? What must be done to prevent such crimes?


Document of 2nd Congress of CGPI: Program of the Party

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 01/12/1998 - 10:30

Program adopted by the Second Congress of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, October 1998 titled Workers, Peasants, Women and Youth. We constitute India We are her masters. An immediate program for the reorientation of the economy; political empowerment of the people; and the democratic renewal of India.

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Whither India?

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Sat, 02/03/1996 - 03:30

Whither India?The report Whither India? was presented by Lal Singh, General Secretary of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, on behalf of its Central Committee, at the Third Consultative Conference of CGPI held in Delhi on December 23-24, 1995.

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Call of the Martyrs

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Tue, 01/01/1985 - 10:30
  • ear: Jan 1985
  • Author: Hardial Bains
  • Languages: English, French, Punjabi
  • Mediums: Print & PDF
  • Price: rs80 / USD $6

The Call of the Martyrs - on the Crisis in India and the Present Situation in the Punjab, by Hardial Bains, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist). 

The call of the Martyrs deals with the present situation [1983] and its historical basis and explains the main content of the Indian revolution. It was the Indian martyrs who by their sacrifice immortalised the progressive and patriotic ideals of the Indian people, and today their spirit calls upon the people to carry the struggle through to the end...


Resolutely Condemn the Savage Communal and Fascist Terror Unleashed by the Indian Ruling Classes!

Submitted by cgpiadmin on Fri, 16/11/1984 - 00:30

Statement of CGPI, November 1984

Thousands of Sikhs have been brutally massacred in the unprecedented communal fascist terror unleashed by the Indian ruling classes immediately following the assassination of Indira Gandhi.



These Elections are a FarceInterview with Comrade Lal Singh, General Secretary of Communist Ghadar Party of India by Comrade Chandra Bhan, Editor of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar

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by Comrade Chandra Bhan, Editor of Mazdoor Ekta Lehar

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History of Ghadar PartyA Presentation of Communist Ghadar Party of India

100 years ago Ghadar Party was formed by Indians in the US.It was historic milestone in our anti-colonial struggle.

The goal of this party was to organise a revolution to liberate our motherland from British servitude and establish a free and independent India with equal rights for all. It believed this to be the necessary condition for our people to hold their heads high anywhere in the world.

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Call of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 30th August, 2012

Working class representatives from all over the country are gathering on 4th September, at a time when a titanic struggle is going on in our country. The struggle is between the majority of toiling and exploited people and a minority of exploiters. It is between the majority whose labour expands wealth and the minority who enjoy the fruits of wealth creation on the basis of their private property and positions of power.

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Call to the Working ClassDefeat the program of privatisation and liberalisation!

Fight with the aim of establishing workers’ and peasants’ rule!

Call of the Central Committee, Communist Ghadar Party, 23 February, 2012

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Necessity for the working class to take political powerThe initiating speech, at the working class conference on the Way Forward held on 23-24 December 2011, was made by comrade Lal Singh, on behalf of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India. The document entitled the necessity for the working class to take political power has been edited based on the discussion in the conference and is being published according to the decision the Central Committee.

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