20 March Monday

Spectacular Start To CITU All India Conference in Bengaluru

Web Desk(Tvm)Updated: Wednesday Jan 18, 2023

Shyamal Chakraborty Nagar (Bengaluru)):  Unfurling flag for the 17th All India Conference in Bengaluru, the CITU called upon to  put up a united front of class struggle against communal forces.  The All India President K Hemalatha hoisted the flag.

The  National Conference event flagged off with cultural program that began at 9 am Wednesday at Gayatri Vihar Palace grounds in Shyamal Chakraborty Nagar. The torch brought  from  KGF Martyrs Memorial was lit at the conference ground. This was followed by Guard of Honor by the Red Army members and then the floral tributes ceremony.

General Secretary Tapan Sen delivered  keynote address marking inaugural of the Delegates meeting at Ranjana Nirula - Raghunath Singh Forum.  Pambis Kiritris, the General Secretary of World Federation of Trade Unions and CITU leaders delivered felicitation speeches.

Imbibing lessons  from success of the united labour - farmer protests, the conference will explore ways to strengthen united struggle.  The conference at Hi-Tech city of Bengaluru will become venue to important decisions on how the trade unions will tackle modern time challenges way forward.  .

1570 delegates from all over the country are participating in the conference, of which 600 are from Kerala. Decisions to come will include united mode of fight against neoliberal policies of the Modi government.

The five-day conference will conclude on 22nd culminating with a public meeting at National College grounds.