The following is an audio recording by Jagadish G Chandra from the New Socialist Alternative. Topics discussed include the joblessness situation in India, price rise, demonitisation, the reformist role of left parties and the need to fight back against the neo-liberal assault of the Modi govt.
The following is an audio recording of a recent discussion amongst the members of the New Socialist Alternative. Jagadish G Chandra spoke on the political developments in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and potentially dangerous situation developing in the country with the victory of BJP in UP & the appointment of Yogi Adityanath as the Chief Minister.
Public Event – 28th Feb, 2002. Town Hall, Bangalore
The following protest is being organized by Peoples’ Solidarity Concerns – Bangalore, which includes the New Socialist Alternative (CWI-India). For more information, visit event page on facebook.
Remember Godhra: It is fifteen years since the horrible events that engulphed not just Gujarat, but the entire country and communities, particularly the Muslims of this country. The society was torn apart, when lawlessness and the trampling of democracy was blatant and the blaze of communalism was parching all human feelings in every nook and corner of this country.
With a gross mishandling in the clearing up of the massive oil spill near the shores of Marina and Ennore and the brutal murder of a dalit girl Nandhini – the Tamil Nadu politics is once again in appalling decay! In addition, the staged power handover to the late Jayalalithaa’s aide and the AIADMK general secretary V.K. Sasikala has again stirred quite a lot of people around. And this is looked down with contempt and disgust by a lot of ordinary people.
The article below was published in the January issue of Red Star, the monthly newspaper of the United Socialist Party (CWI) in Sri Lanka. The party’s general secretary, Sritunga Jayasuriya, outlines the mounting tension in the country as the government, led by the United National Party, tries to force through harsh neo-liberal economic reforms. The president, Maithripala Sirisena, and his supporters in the SLFP (Sri Lanka Freedom Party) are working together with the UNP in their onslaught against workers and students.