Farmers’ Struggle Underlines the Path of Bigger Things to Come! Make All Out Efforts to Strengthen the Upsurge!

10 December 2020

The farmers’ march to Delhi started from Punjab, Haryana was attacked so fiercely, as another enemy force by RSS/BJP and their Central and Haryana state governments that the farmers’ had to fight for advancing every inch forward. Still they reached Delhi’s border on 27th and started the Delhi Gherao program. Today, on the 16th day of the struggle, they have rejected the Modi government’s offer to  make some cosmic amendments to the 3 black acts for total corporatization of the agricultural sector.  They have called for intensifying the struggle and a country level protest day on 14th December. This upsurge of the farmers of India against the corporatization shows that trying to overcome all efforts of RSS to maim and disarm the people through Manuvadi Hindutva Brahmanical offensive, more than 500 farmers’ organizations under All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) are creating history, reflecting the vast changes that have taken place internationally and in our country, along with the struggling masses of Latin America, Africa and Asia, they have come out on the streets, waging street battles with the state forces, and showing the way forward.

Now it is the task of the working class organizations who have already organized a successful general strike demanding repeal of the four labour codes to come out with a campaign to achieve this goal as well as in solidarity with the farmers’ struggle. Similarly, as seen on 8th Bharat Bandh, the students, youth, women and oppressed peoples are also coming forward to support the struggle. The revolutionary left forces should strive hard to mobilize all these forces to consolidate the struggle. Let us dare to put in to practice the path of mass upsurge more powerfully.

#standwithfarmerschallenge 

The Communist movement in India has a history of almost a century after the salvos of October Revolution in Russia brought Marxism-Leninism to the people of India who were engaged in the national liberation struggle against the British colonialists. It is a complex and chequered history.