Monday, 31 October 2011

Images of Formula 1 car rally is slap of capitalism on face of farmers Socialist Party held one-day protest dharna at Rajghat




































Formula 1 car rally is slap of capitalism on face of farmers Socialist Party held one-day protest dharna at Rajghat



Press Release 


The Socialist Party held one-day protest dharna at Gandhi Samadhi, Rajghat, on 30 October 2011 against the Formula 1 car rally at Greater Noida, U.P.  In party's view, this event is a slap of insult on the face of farmers who are struggling against acquisition of their lands in Noida and other parts of the country. It is a vulgar entertainment on the dead bodies of farmers who have committed suicide as a result of neo-liberal policies. Claims that the organisers and sponsors are making that this event has graduated India from a developing to the developed nation; India has come up strongly on the world map; the sin of corruption in Common Wealth Games has been washed away etc. – only indicates their insensitive and narrow mind. The idea of having Formula 1 rally in India had entered with the entry of new economic policies two decades ago. The organisers kept trying to hold this event in different cities of like Kolkata, Hyderabad, Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai. Finally, they got permission and facility in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, which has become a battle field between the land hungry corporate and the farmers. This clearly states that Mayawati, Chief Minister of U.P., who achieved her political clout in the name of dalits and their Messiah Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, is in full support of capitalism along with other mainstream parties and leaders.
The Socialist Party has no strength to stop the car rally. But the party would like to convey the message from the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi that the nexus of governments, corporate houses and so-called civil society is reinforcing capitalist-consumerist ideology and system in the name of Gandhi. This is an insult to Gandhi. The ruling elite, who has fully embraced corporate capitalism, must stop this double speak. The protest dharna was organised to make deprived sections aware against the designs of the corporate capitalism and its beneficiaries in India. Dharna was attended by SPI's General Secretary Dr. Prem Singh, Delhi unit Convener Renu Gambhir, Justice Rajinder Sachar, senior socialist leaders Dr. Raj Kumar Jain, Shyam Gambhir, Dr. Mohammad Yunus, Rakesh Kumar, Kedarnath, DUTA Vice President Dr. Harish Khanna, Supreme Court advocate Anil Nauria, senior journalist Arun Tripathi, Secretary of Samajwadi Shikshak Manch Dr. Bikram Singh and activists of Socialist Yuvjan Sabha (SYS).  
   
Dr. Prem Singh ( General Secretary)

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Images of Satyagrah Abhiyan

Satyagrah Abhiyan 2 October Delhi gate to Chandani  chowk

Satyagrah Abhiyan 2 October Delhi gate to Chandani  chowk

Jansabha on Batala house

Satyagrah Abhiyan 9 October Jansabha on Batala house

Satyagrah Abhiyan 9 October Jansabha on Batala house

National Executive Committee meeting of Socialist Party (India)

Dear comrade
The next National Executive Committee meeting of Socialist Party (India) will be held in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh).
Venue: Dr. Lohia Mazdur Bhawan, Dr. Tuphail Marg, Narahi, Lucknow.
Date : 5 November 2011 (Saturday)
Time : 11 am to 5 pm

Agenda of the meeting:

1.      Confirmation of minutes of the last National Executive Committee meeting.
2.      State-wise report on the Satyagrah Campaign held from 2 October to 12 October 2011.
3.      Election of party's Parliamentary Board.
4.      Discussion on election related code of conduct.
5.      Resolution on education.
6.      State-wise information about party organisation related activities.
7.      Socialist Yuvjan Sabha (SYS) progress report.
8.      Co-option of some more members in the National Executive Committee to ensure proper representation of states and sections of the society .
Sir, being an important member/sympathiser of the Party, please attend the meeting as a special invitee. You are further requested to attend the state convention to be held on 6 November 2011 at 11 am.

Prem Singh
General Secretary

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

National Executive Committee meeting of Socialist Party (India)


Dear comrade
The next National Executive Committee meeting of Socialist Party (India) will be held in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh).
Venue: Dr. Lohia Mazdur Bhawan, Dr. Tuphail Marg, Narahi, Lucknow.
Date : 5 November 2011 (Saturday)
Time : 11 am to 5 pm
Agenda of the meeting:

1.    Confirmation of minutes of the last National Executive Committee meeting.
2.    State-wise report on the Satyagrah Campaign held from 2 October to 12 October 2011.
3.    Election of party's Parliamentary Board.
4.    Discussion on election related code of conduct.
5.   Resolution on education.
6.    State-wise information about party organisation related activities.
7.   Socialist Yuvjan Sabha (SYS) progress report.
8.   Co-option of some more members in the National Executive Committee to ensure proper representation of states and sections of the society .

Please make it convenient to attend the meeting.

Prem Singh
General Secretary


Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Press Release


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Date: 4 October 4, 2011
Press Release

Condemnation of Police raid at Kavita Srivastava's residence

The Socialist Party condemns the police raid conducted at the residence of Rajasthan PUCL General Secretary Kavita Srivsatava. The raid by the Rajasthan Police, made on the behest of the Chhattisgarh Police with heavy force has made it amply clear that its intention is to instill fear into the civil rights groups including PUCL. Police action based on unconfirmed and ambiguous charges made against civil rights activists shows the fast changing face of the India state. It is turning into a Police state that ensure the looting of national resources by corporate houses. Which ever the party/government at the centre or at the state, all governments, irrespective of party line, have come together to suppress those civil and human rights activists who fight against this loot.
The present Police action lays bare the Congress claim to secularism. Kavita Srivastava, under the aegis of PUCL, has sent a report to the National Human Rights Commission about the communal riots at Gopalgarh, Rajasthan. This report reveals the involvement of Congress leaders in the riots.
PUCL was formed by Jaiprakash Narayan who, throughout his life, adhered to the principle of non-violence. PUCL too does not support violenece in any form. However, in opposing all shades of violence, it also questions state violence. The corporate serving governments are unable to accept any opposition to state sponsored violence and attack in retaliation.
Socialist Party is of the conviction that a political struggle alone can offer a challenge and change to this oppressive character of the Indian state and mainstream politics.


Dr. Prem Singh
General Secretary and Spokesman
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