1) Call for making the September 2 All India Strike a success; 2) Against the proposed New Education Policy of the Modi government framed with the aim of corporatization and saffronization of education; 3) Condemning the Hindutva onslaught on Dalits and minorities in the name cow and beef, and in solidarity with all the oppressed; 4) Solidarity with the people’s struggle against nuclear plants including Koodankulam; 5) Demanding resolution of the Kaveri water dispute taking both the people of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka into confidence; 6) Condemning the military repression on the Kashmiri people and demanding resolution of the Kashmir question based on people’s right of self-determination; 7) In support of the workers’ struggle against the unlawful lock-out of the New Rubber Tools and Dye Product at Hosur; 8) In solidarity with the with genuine demands of the struggling Street Flower Vendors in Krishnagiri district .
Seventy five comrades who were active in the CPI(ML) Liberation and other left parties in the past and who accept the Party program and Constitution of the Party attended the Special Conference which decided to start the membership campaign and formation of area, local and branch committees. The meeting decided to strengthen the activities in the trade unions and among the agricultural workers
The meeting discussed the national situation when the corporate-communal raj of Modi govt is intensifying the miseries and oppression of the masses and emphasized the importance of strengthening the DPF. The meeting finalized the 7th November mobilization program at Delhi. A sub-committee was constituted to draft handbill and the slogans to be sent to all constituents for finalization. The meeting appealed to all constituents to mobilize maximum number of comrades and organize a vigorous campaign in all the areas to make the program really effective.
The meeting declared solidarity with the 2nd September All India Hartal. It called for rejecting the draft New Education Policy of the Modi government. It condemned the growing atrocities against dalits, adivasis, women and all other oppressed sections and called for political solution to the Kashmir issue involving the people.
The meeting decided to hold discussions with other remaining struggling left and democratic forces and dalit/adivasi forces based on the CMP, and to win over them to DPF. The meeting called on the constituent organizations active in UP, Punjab and Delhi to chalk out common minimum program based on the concrete problems of the states and to organize DPF at state level for contesting the coming elections with the objective of building people’s alternative
In 2011 the first attempt was made to coordinate the slum dwellers movement at all India level in a meeting held at Bhubaneswar which adopted a Charter of demands. In 2015 the 2nd coordination meeting was helded at Bhubaneswar and the Declaration was adopted. Keeping this Bhubaneswar Declaration as a basic understanding, it was decided to coordinate the urban poor for their livelihood and housing right at all India level. Presently organisations from 6 states are part of this coordination, from many other states like Tamilnadu, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, UP, Jharkhand, MP etc. activists have come forward to expand their activities.
The meeting decided to observe 15th August as All India Protest Day raising demands if the Bhubaneswar Declaration. The meeting decided to strengthen the activities in all states in the coming days and to maintain living contact. It is reported that Constituent organisations observed 15th August as All Inida Demand Day with the slogans: Even after 70 years of Independence, crores of Indians are deprived Food, Employment and Shelter; Ban Slum Demolition/Eviction; Scrap Smart City projects. Guarantee Employment/Livelihood; Ensure Housing Rights Close to their work place.
He asked the government to make a clear distinction between large-scale encroachments of government lands by powerful politicians, mighty landlords and influential religious institutions and the bagair hukum lands that had been cultivated by poor and landless farmers for a living. “No governments after Devaraj Urs took the land and housing issue seriously. Instead of clearing the large scale encroachments, these governments have been harassing and attempting to evict bagair hukum farmers. Lakhs of applications seeking regularisation of bagair hukum lands by their genuine tillers are piling up and gathering dust in government offices,” he said. The Bengaluru agitation raised 15 major demands including five acres of cultivable lands to every landless farmer, a home or residential plot to every homeless family and regularisation of bagair hukum lands to their genuine cultivators, he added.
Following state level campaign by KRS (AIKKS), TUCI, Karnataka Janasakthi, DSS and more than 25 organizations who had formed the struggling committee for land and housing for all landless and huseless people of Karnataka turned in to a massive mobilization which marched more than 3 kms to the state secretariat.
The revenue minister came to the maidan where the march had reached and discussed with the leaders assuring immediate steps to start distribution of land and housing on priority basis. The leaders warned the state administration that unless these steps are not immediately taken the Horatta Samithi shall launch direct action. This militant rally raising their demands has inspired the landless people for preparing themselves for direct action for land and housing.
of India, PUCL, SDPI, TUCI, Komu Souhard Vedike, Karnataka Jana Shakti, DSS (Parivarthane) and other organisations participated in it.
In the context of increasing hotspots all over the world and a large number of countries led by US and Russia including the hostile governments of India and Pakistan have compiled huge nuclear stockpiles it is a significant movement which should be strengthened