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Jan Ekta Jan Adhikar Andolan (JEJAA), the biggest platform of class, mass and social organisations in India, calls upon the all the citizens of the country to massively participate in the ‘Jan Ekta Mashal (Torch Light )’ Procession on the evening of 30th October 2017 being organised throughout the country to defend the democratic fabric of the country and for the rights of the people and in support of the growing struggles of different sections of the people against the neoliberal imperialist economic policies of globalization, liberalisation and privatisation and the communal, divisive politics of hate and violence.

The torch light procession will be organized by the activists of JEJAA at Panchayath, Taluk and District head quarters across the country. The participants will take pledge to isolate the communal forces and unite against the Neo-liberal policies that has brought the country in to deeper economic crisis under the present BJP led NDA Government.

This campaign will strive for People’s Unity, People’s Rights, People’s Resistance- Jan Ekta, Jan Adhikar, Jan Pratirodh and advance towards building political alternative at the All India level comprising the entire toiling people of the country against the RSS-BJP combine and the NDA Government that represent the interests of big capital and land lords and succumbing to the pressure of Multi-National Corporate Companies.

JEJAA extends all support to the three days mass relay dharna before Parliament by the Central Trade Unions and Federations on 9-11 November 2017 and the March to Parliamen ton 20th November 2017 by the platform of peasant organisaitions.
All sections of the people including workers, peasants, petty traders, agricultural workers, students, youth, women, employees, adivasis, dalits, minorities, other socially oppressed sections, writers, cultural activists, intellectuals and all secular progressive citizens are requested to join the torch light procession.

In Delhi, a candle March will be held at 5pm at Shahidi Park, Delhi Gate on 30th October 2017.

Signed by
Hannan Mollah, Amarjeet Kaur, K Hemalata, Atul Kumar Anjan , Rajeev Dimri, Satyavan, Manoj Bhattacharya ,Dr.Sunilam, Anil Choudhury, Nikhil Dey, Marium Dhawale, Annie Raja, Kavita Krishnan, Tirumalai, Vikram Singh, Gautam Modi, K Madhuresh Kumar, Roma Malik and P Krishnaprasad ( Members of the Co-ordination Committee)

Issued by
Hannan Mollah
For Co-Ordination committee

Friday, 27 October 2017 18:23


The Central Trade Unions met on 26th October 2017 and took stock of the preparations for the three days relay dharna before Parliament on 9th to 11th November 2017.

The meeting noted that the preparations are going on well and the responses from all over the country are beyond expectation. Accordingly the meeting decided to make conducive technical arrangement at Delhi.
The meeting urge upon the Government to be positive towards the 12 point charter of demands jointly formulated by all the trade unions. Simultaneously the meeting also appealed to the administration to extend necessary cooperation for organising and holding the programme on the decided dates peacefully and democratically at Parliament Street.


Friday, 15 September 2017 10:00

CITU congratulates the peasants of Rajasthan

Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) congratulates the farmers of Rajasthan who have compelled the BJP government in Rajasthan to concede to their major demands through their resolute struggle.

Thousands of farmers participated in the ‘mahapadav’ at district headquarters across the state since 1st September. Rasta rokos were held for 3 days bringing life to a standstill in around 20 districts.

All sections of the common people, particularly the workers and their trade unions extended unstinted support to the struggle of the kisans in the state under the leadership of All India Kisan Sabha. This has forced the adamant government of Vasundhara Raje to call the leadership of the All India Kisan Sabha for talks and concede some of the major demands.

The state government agreed waive loans up to Rs 50000 which would benefit 8 lakh farmers and to purchase groundnut, green gram and urad dal at minimum support price (MSP) at all district headquarters within 7 days, withdraw the hike in electricity rates for drip irrigation, pay the arrears of SC/ST/OBC scholarships immediately, relax the restrictions on the sale of cattle, take measures to protect crops from stray cattle and wild animals etc. The government has also agreed in principle to increase pension to Rs 2000 per month and write to the government of India seeking implementation of Swaminathan Commission recommendations on MSP.

Sunday, 10 September 2017 08:27

Defence Sector Privatisation

Sunday, 10 September 2017 07:59


Friday, 08 September 2017 18:41

2017 September

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Friday, 08 September 2017 18:19

2017 June

Friday, 08 September 2017 18:18

2017 March

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