Following Resolutions were passed in the Conference: 1) Against land acquisition and displacement, 2) Conservation of water, land, forest and environment, 3) To implement forest rights act 4) To struggle in favour of Barnavapara sanctuary struggle and struggling people of Bhangar, West Bengal, 5) Against false cases and exploitation of women, 6) Against killing and suppression of innocent tribals in the name of so-called Maoism and to release all the jailed tribals unconditionally, 7) To repeal CAMPA Act, 8) To struggle against the Land Revenve Amendment Act and other such laws which snatch the lands of tribals, 9) To follow the laws of PESA, 5th and 6th Schedule and SPTA Acts, 10) To arrest the murderers of intellectuals like Gouri Lankesh, Govind Pansare, M.M. Kalburgi, Narendra Dabholkar etc. and to save democratic values, 11) Against all forms of superstitions and fanaticism, 12) Against Bullet train, Vaadvan Port, Express Highway, Economic Corridor and against all corporate policies, 13) To struggle for equality and better life style, and 14) On Present National condition.
The All India Coordination Committee will lead struggles to fulfill these demands. 125 delegates from 9 states participated in this Conference. The expenditure in organizing the Conference was nearly 1 Lakh Rupees. The Conference concluded with lowering of the ABM flag amidst revolutionary songs and militant slogans. It was followed by a meeting of the newly elected committee. An assessment of the Conference and future planning was done in the meeting. The next committee meeting will be held at Palghar Maharashtra in the last week of March.
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