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AIKS, TKMU and CITU observe Martyr’s Day, protest against BJP government


By TC News Desk

Agartala, January 19: The All India Krishak Sabha (AIKS), the Tripura Khet Majur Union (TKMU) and the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) on Friday observed Martyr’s Day at Paradise Choumuhani area here to pay tribute to the 10 workers, farmers and farm laborers who were killed by the Tamil Nadu police in 1982 during a nationwide labor strike called by the first central trade union.

The State Committee Secretary of AIKS, Pabitra Kar, criticized the BJP government for taking away the rights of farmers and workers and for trying to destroy democracy and constitution. He said that the BJP leadership is using the establishment of Ram temple as a pretext to divert attention from the real problems of the country and to play politics on religion. He said that the BJP government is trying to change the old Indian cultural mindset and to impose a religious culture on the people.

He also announced that workers, farmers, students and youth from 500 districts across the country will participate in a struggle program on January 26 to oppose the BJP government and its policies. He said that the fight will continue until the country is freed from misrule and injustice.

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