Decoding Labour Ministers’ Conference
The Government of India organised a Labour Ministers’ conference at Tirupati on 25–26 August 2022 without any representatives of any central trade unions. The conference was virtually inaugurated by the Prime Minister Modi.
WFTU Condemns the Unacceptable Attacks Against Militant Trade Unionists in Italy
Issued on 20 July 2022, by
Report of the National Council Meeting of AICCTU Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 10-11 July 2022
National Situation and Our Tasks
Objections to the Draft Code on Social Security (Karnataka) Rules, 2021 and the Draft Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions (Karnataka) Rules, 2021
Observations of A Successful Strike and The Message of May Day 2022
Workers Resistance and AICCTU congratulates the working class of the country for making the all-India strike on 28 – 29 March 2022 a great success. The strike was made successful defying all machinations, threats, arrests, ESMAs and scores of intimidations not only by the Modi led BJP government but also by several non-BJP ruled state governments.
DECLARATION: National Convention of Workers
The National Convention of Workers held on 11th November 2021 at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi, at the initiative of Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent sectoral All India Federations and Associations, gave a call to the working people to heighten the ongoing united struggles to the level of resistance against the desperate pursuit of anti-worker, anti-farmer, anti–people, pro-corporate and anti-national destructive policies by the Government of India which has brought the lives and livelihood of the entire people and the country’s economy to the brink of disaster.
Roll Back The Policy of Selling The National Assets, Including The Proposed Sale of Air India.
(Letter written to Prime Minister of India by Platform of central trade unions against the sale of Air India to TATA)
On October 8, your Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey announced at a press conference that the Tata Sons subsidiary, Talace Pvt. Ltd., had won the bid for the national carrier Air India. So in its third attempt, Government of India (incidentally, all under the National Democratic Alliance regime), the earlier bids having been made in the early 2000s and 2017-2018, has managed to get rid of Air India.
Central Trade Unions, Independent Sectoral Federations and Associations Support Samyukt Kisan Morcha’s Call For ‘Bharat Bandh’ on 27 September 2021
The Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions, independent sectoral federations and associations congratulate the farmers of India who are relentlessly fighting demanding repeal of the three farm laws, withdrawal of the Electricity (Amendment) Bill 2021 and for legally guaranteed MSP for more than nine months, under the leadership of the Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM).
Monetisation Pipeline or Destruction of Infra in the Pipeline?
Demonetisation in 2016, ‘Asset Monetisation’ in 2021.