It is in defence of a parasitic and exploiting minority and against the public!
Statement of the Central Committee of the Communist Ghadar Party of India, January 15, 2015
The 26th of January this year marks 65 years since the adoption of the Constitution of the Indian Republic in 1950. The word republic means rule of the people, by the people and for the people. However, the reality in front of us is a Republic that is anti-people. It is diametrically opposite to what a Republic is defined as.read more
There is great anger amongst workers, peasants, women and youth at the invitation extended by the Modi government to US President Barack Obama to be the Chief Guest at the Republic Day Parade on January 26, 2015.
The Communist Ghadar Party of India calls upon all communist parties and groups, all anti-imperialist and progressive parties and organisations, to pour all their energies into organizing united protest actions as a powerful manifestation of the resolute opposition of the entire Indian people to US imperialism. > read more
On 17 December, 2014, US President Obama announced that his government and that of Cuba will take steps to normalize relations with each other. > read more
The Communist Ghadar Party of India condemns the horrific events that took place in Paris at the office of the Charlie Hebdo media house, and at the Jewish Kosher deli that took place early January 2015. The CGPI extends its heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims at this senseless tragedy. Nothing can justify such blood letting, no matter what the provocation is.> read more
The country wide strike by over 5 lakh coal miners which began on January 5 ended on January 7 following negotiations between the government and the trade unions representing the coal miners.> read more
Prime Minister Modi’s cabinet promulgated the ninth ordinance on Wednesday 6th January. Earlier, it had promulgated eight ordinances relating to land acquisition, the cap on foreign investment in insurance, coal mining license allocation, changes to the TRAI Act and other issues. > read more