Shyamal Chakraborty Nagar(Bengaluru) : In 2023, the country is set to witness brilliant advancement through united movement of workers and the farmers, said CITU General Secretary Tapan Sen. The All India Conference will mainly discuss measures to enhance intervention potential by drawing on CITU's independent strength with that of other trade unions and farm workers organisations, said Tapan Sen.
The only way to resist the anti-people, anti-labour and anti-national policies of the BJP government is to fight unitedly. Recent experiences indicate that such joint resistance in different parts of the country has borne fruits. In Karnataka, united protest made it possible to prevent sale of BEML. In Maharashtra, the privatisation of electricity sector was effectively blocked by united strike of the employees. Jammu and Kashmir too achieved similar successes through collective protests.
Globally, India’s position as a self-reliant economy is dipping. The policies being pursued are those that exclusively benefit the foreign imperialist forces. And, to undermine collective protest against this, the BJP deploys hate-based communal politics, said Tapan Sen.
The delegates have put forward effective views and suggestions in the discussion on reports, said Tapan Sen, adding that, the congregation has commemorated the anniversary of first national strike of Independent India. The All India Democratic Women's Association President, PK Sreemati, felicitated the CITU All India Conference on Thursday.