In the tradition of proletarian internationalism, working women and farmers from Tanzania express their solidarity with the women farmers of India who have been engaged in struggle for the last several months against pre-corporate farming bills from the Modi-led government
March 26 marked four months since the farmers’ protests began in India.
We take a look at a national shut-down organised by the farmers’ movement and trade unions, protests demanding unemployment and against last year’s labor laws, and the latest in the COVID-19 situation
Trade unions and farmers unions also protested in solidarity against the Modi-led govt’s plans of large scale disinvestment.
In this episode, we take a look at the ongoing farmers’ agitation on the borders of Delhi which has crossed a 100 days. We also look at a protest by automotive workers in the city of Manesar and the demands by visually challenged people in the State of Tamil Nadu
On February 18, farmers across India responded to the nationwide ‘rail roko’ (stop the trains) call.
The call to mobilization given by left students and youth organizations had also expressed its support for the ongoing farmers agitation against the pro-corporate legislation