Working Class Issues

CITU 17th All India Conference at Bengaluru Reception Committee Formed

KARNATAKA state committee of CITU kick-started the preparations for hosting the 17th all India conference of CITU at Bengaluru on January 18-22, 2023, with the formation of a reception committee meeting on July 5, 2022, at the Secretariat Club, Bengaluru. CITU president, K Hemalata, inaugurated the meeting in which she placed the present situation in which the conference will be held. The meeting was presided by the CITU state president, S Varalakshmi.

18th Congress of WFTU: Pull the Future Out of the Mud of Capitalism

THE 18th Congress of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), which was held in Rome, Italy, from May 6-8, 2022, asserted that the future belongs to the world of work and of struggles. It called upon the working class of the world to unite and march forward in the time tested line of class struggle and proletarian internationalism. Recalling the lines of the revolutionary poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, the Congress affirmed that ‘the future will not come by itself’.

Towards the National Convention of the AICCWW

THE 12th Convention of the All India Coordination Committee of Working Women, AICCWW(CITU) which was scheduled to be held in April 2020 but had to be postponed due the pandemic, is now being held on May 21-22, 2022 at Ranjana Nirula Nagar, Nisha Roy-Shibani Sengupta Manch, Tagar Dey Hall, Binani Bhawan, Kolkata, West Bengal. Nearly 300 working women from various sectors and the CITU state presidents/general secretaries will attend the convention.

CITU: MAY-DAY MANIFESTO 2022

On this May Day, the International Day of Working Class Solidarity,

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Warmly greets the workers and all toiling people in the world, who have been fighting to protect and to regain their hard won rights and benefits under severe attacks by the big capitalists and their agents in governance

CITU Welcomes Supreme Court Order on Gratuity for Anganwadi Workers and Helpers

THE Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), in a statement issued on April 27, has  congratulated the movement of the anganwadi workers and helpers in general and Gujarat State Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Union (CITU) and All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers (AIFAWH) in particular for their consistent struggle which has brought them this historic victory.

Huge Raise in Diesel Price for Bulk Buyers: Another Attack on Public Transport System, says CITU

THE Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), in a statement issued on March 21, has condemns the hike of Rs 25 per litre of diesel for the bulk buyers. Opposing this hike vehemently, CITU said this is  yet another attack on the state transport undertakings and other bulk users, the burden of which will be passed on to the mass of the people using public transport and such other services.

Haryana: Anganwadi Workers Protest Near CM’s Residence

AS the state-wide strike of the anganwadi workers and helpers in Haryana enters its third month, they staged a mahapadav near chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s residence in Karnal on February 14, demanding the government to resume talks with the agitating workers. Over 30,000 anganwadi workers and helpers from 18 districts took part in the programme. They also took out a rally in the city, raising slogans against the BJP-JJP coalition government in the state.

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