he CPI(M) extends its support to the call of the central trade unions for a general strike on September 2.
September 2 Strike
People of Kerala once again rose to the occasion to make the all India strike a grand success. The whole state remained stand still and the normal life was affected. Factories, offices both government and private, shops and establishments remained closed. No public transport was functional throughout the day.
West Bengal observed a total General Strike on Wednesday braving terror and attack by TMC and state administration. Industries, shops and establishments, educational institutions remained closed
The Polit Bureau congratulates the working class of India for the magnificent strike they organized on September 2, 2015. The CPI(M) had extended full support to the strike and the demand charter of the ten central trade unions and national and state federations.
One of the defining features of India’s working class, and perhaps an in-built obstacle to its advance, is that women are either confined to the most ill-paid, insecure and vulnerable jobs, or they are simply kept out of the workforce
When the state becomes oppressive, the strike becomes a necessity. The All India General Strike on 2nd September is therefore the need of the hour; it is the fight for fundamental rights.
17 Left Parties of West Bengal, including the constituents of Left Front, began a three-day continuous stay-in demonstration at Rani Rashmoni Avenue, Kolkata from today August 17 in support of the nationwide strike on September 2