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Capitalist greed and the communal Indian State have ruined Uttar Pradesh!

The alternative is workers’ and peasants’ rule and the Navnirman of India!

Call of Communist Ghadar Party of India on the occasion of elections to the Uttar Pradesh Assembly, 1st February, 2017

The election campaign for the 403-member Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh is dominated by the same old divisive and diversionary slogans which have led to communal massacr

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Election under army rule and blockade is an insult to the people of Manipur!

Fight for workers’ and peasants’ rule and a new voluntary Indian Union!

Call of Communist Ghadar Party of India on the occasion of elections to the Manipur Assembly, 11th February, 2017

The Election Commission has announced 4th and 8th March as the dates for election to the 60-member Legislative Assembly of Manipur. The election process is to take place in unusually difficult conditions, caused by prolonged trade blockade and the Note Ban, in addition to the fascist reign of terror by the central armed forces.

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15th anniversary of Gujarat genocide:

A blatant exposure of the communal nature of the Indian State

Fifteen years have passed since the state-organised genocide in Gujarat. In spite of the attempts of vested interests in India and abroad to brush it under the carpet, the failure to render justice to the victims remains a burning issue. The demand for truth and justice continue to be raised by the victims as well as all men and women of conscience.

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Court verdicts in the Gujarat Genocide cases

On 3rd February 2017, a trial court in Gandhinagar district of Gujarat, acquitted 28 persons accused of arson and rioting during the genocide of Muslims in the state.

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Krishi Budget presented at the Second Kisan Sansad

A kisan sansad was organised by the Jai Kisan Andolan of Swaraj Abhiyan on 1st February 2017 at the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. This initiative was taken in the face of consistent disregard by the central government of the miserable conditions of farmers. The following points were included in the budget proposals of this Kisan Sansad.

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Union Budget 2017-18:

Fulfilling capitalist greed by further robbing the people

Finance Minister Jaitley presented the Union Budget for 2017-18 as being a pro-poor and pro-peasant budget. However, the real agenda is to enhance capitalist profits through a number of tax, expenditure and policy measures.

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National Convention of Railway Trade Unions:

An important step forward in the struggle against privatization of Railways

On February 1, 2017, unions representing different sections of rail w

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Massive Joint Demonstration of Engine Drivers and Guards

The Joint Action Committee of the All India Loco Running Staff Association (AILRSA) and the All India Guards Council (AIGC) organised a massive dharna at the Parliament to press for their demands.

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Truth behind the 2012 violence at Maruti Manesar factory

Four years after hundreds of Maruti workers were arrested, as the trial of Maruti workers approaches its final stage, the truth is getting exposed. Facts reveal that it is the capitalists and not the workers who are to blame.

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Opposition to the privatisation of Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited

The employees of Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited are strongly opposing the announcement of privatisation of this public sector enterprise. Through a letter to the Prime Minister dated 5 February 2017, the All India Aviation Employees Union has expressed its opposition to the company being made a private company.

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On the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the Indian Republic:

We need to rebuild the Republic on an entirely new foundation

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 24th January, 2017

The Indian Republic is in reality the opposite of what it claims to be, in every respect.

 The Preamble of the Constitution declares that "WE, THE PEOPLE of INDIA" have solemnly resolved "to constitute India into a sovereign, socialist, secular democratic Republic". The reality is that it is not the people of India who adopted this Constitution but an unrepresentative communally constituted Assembly which was formed under British colonial supervision.

According to constitutional experts, the expression socialist republic means "a republic in which there is freedom from all forms of exploitation, social, political and economic".

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Truth and lies about the tax system in our country

The Finance Minister and other official spokesmen and ideologues of the capitalist class deliberately hide and distort the reality that it is workers, peasants and other working people who produce the wealth which the capitalists and landlords appropriate, and that the State robs the working people even further through massive and ever increasing burden of taxes.

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Struggle against forcible land acquisition in West Bengal

Villagers in Bhangor in South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal have been waging a determined struggle against forcible land acquisition, since the last week of December 2016. Villages of Khamarait, Machhi Bhanga , Tona and Gazipur in the area have witnessed mass meetings and protest actions by thousands of villagers.

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Privatisation of four public sector drug companies:

Oppose the sale and privatisation of public property!

On 28 December 2016, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Central government decided to sell off four public sector drug companies. Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd. (HAL), Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (IDPL), Rajasthan Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (RDPL) and Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

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Condemn the move to privatise BEML

The Central government has approved 26% strategic sale of the Public Sector Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) as part of the privatisation program.

At present the government controls 54% of the shares of the company. If the strategic sale is carried out, the company will go into private hands.

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Countrywide protests again demonetisation

Trade unions gave a call to observe 28th January 2017 as an “Opposition Day” to protest the difficulties caused by demonetisation. Many protests were organised across the country. Trade Unions organised protests at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Various sections of workers participated in this.

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State employees in Rajasthan in struggle:

Call to intensify struggle after the State government reneges on assurances

Vote for strike against privatisation and contract system

The process of voting on the call for an all Rajasthan strike given by the All Rajasthan State Government Employees Joint Federation started on 16th January 2017. This was kicked off in Hanumangarh district.

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Brutal state terror in Chhattisgarh:

Human rights activists attacked by Bastar police

The police and security forces of the state in Chhattisgarh have launched a vicious campaign to harass, vilify, intimidate, arrest and persecute all those who have been investigating the gross human rights violations of the adivasi people there, courageously bringing out the truth and fighting for justice and punishment for the authoritie

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Coal mine tragedy in Jharkhand:

Brutal neglect of the safety of the colliery workers

Nearly 100 workers are believed to have been buried in a massive earth cave-in that occurred on December 29, 2016, at the Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL) Lalmatia colliery in Godda district of Jharkhand, 400 km from the state capital Ranchi.

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It is not merely some politicians but the Indian State which is communal

Statement of the Central Committee of Communist Ghadar Party of India, 8th January, 2017

On 2nd January, the Supreme Court of India passed a ruling that “No politician can seek vote in the name of caste, creed, or religion," and that “such actions would be against the secular ethos of the Constitution and amount to corrupt poll practices.”

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