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Black Day Observed at Parliament Street on October 3

 


New Delhi, October 3, 2023: A large number of workers, employees, and farmers gathered at Parliament Street in New Delhi today to observe a black day against the government's anti-people policies. The rally was organized by several trade unions and farmers' organizations.

Communist Party of India (Marxist) Politburo member Hannan Mollah, All India Kisan Sabha general secretary Anuraag Saxena, All India Trade Union Congress leader Rupesh Verma, and other leaders addressed the rally.

In their speeches, the leaders condemned the government's policies, which they said were aimed at benefiting the rich at the expense of the poor. They also criticized the government's decision to cancel the permission for the rally at Parliament Street and allot Jantar Mantar instead.



"The government is scared of our protest," said Mollah. "That is why they cancelled our permission for the rally at Parliament Street. But we will not be intimidated. We will continue to fight for the rights of the people."

Saxena said that the government was trying to suppress the voice of the working class and the peasantry. "The government is trying to destroy the public sector and hand over our resources to the corporate sector," he said. "We will not allow this to happen."

Verma said that the government was trying to divide the people on the basis of religion and caste. "The government is trying to destroy the social fabric of our country," he said. "We will not allow this to happen."



The rally concluded with the participants passing a resolution condemning the government's policies and demanding that the government reverse its decisions.


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