AIDSO supports Thursday’s general strike

All India Democratic Students’ Organisation (AIDSO), a student-wing of the Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist), extended its support to the all-India general strike scheduled for Thursday. It also appealed to the student community to actively participate in the agitations called by farmers’ and workers’ organisations to oppose the anti-people legislations recently enacted by the Union government.

“The anti-people and pro-corporate policies of the successive governments have gathered a new momentum under Narendra Modi government which is hell-bent on serving its corporate masters by sacrificing the interests of the common people it was elected by. The privatisation of strategic and profit-making Public Sector Units has taken a new pace. The recently-enacted and amended legislations are essentially a part of the sustained anti-people approach of the government and we need to resist it,” Suresh G. and Ravikiran J.P., Ballari district president and secretary of the AIDSO, said in the memorandum.

They also called upon the people, especially the student community, to oppose the National Education Policy – 2020, that would fasten the commercialisation of education.

Disclaimer: This post has not been edited by our staff and is published from a syndicated feed. The Original Source of this post can be found at Source link


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


EPFO extends deadline to submit life certificate by pensioners till February 28

The pensioners who could not submit their life certificates till November 30 deadline, would get pension every month till...

ED may quiz Raveendran early next week

Agency to serve a notice for the third time after he failed to turn up at its office twice The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is...

India-China faceoff: Indian Navy’s MARCOS deployed near Ladakh’s Pangong lake

Amid the ongoing stand-off between India and China, the Marine Commandos (MARCOS) of the Indian Navy have been deployed in the Pangong lake area...

More Articles