The importance and dignity of the peasant uprising of Naxalbari is immense in the communist movement of South Asia. With the influence of China’s cultural revolution in 1967, the peasant’s movement in West Bengal’s rural areas was the voices of the struggles to stand and fight against the powerful state are still echoing.
The anti-liberation parties who denied people’s true power have always wanted to abolish this struggle of Naxalbari initiated under the leadership of the great Maoist leader Comrade Charu Majumder, but history has shown that the path of Naxalbari is the revolutionary path.
In the 50 years of Naxalbari uprising this year, we have undertaken a number of programs to highlight the significance of this fight of the people. Your participation and cooperation to make these programs successful is our wish.
Program: May 25, 2017. Thursday
Procession: 3pm In front of the National Press Club
Discussion meeting: 4pm Progress Conference Room
Mukti Bhaban, 2 Purana Paltan, Dhaka.
50 years celebration of Naxalbari peasant uprising
Contact: 01915 221980
Committee of 50 years celebration of Naxalbari peasant uprising