May Day message to end class discrimination by uniform education & dignity of all human beings

National Panthers Party joined the international celebration of May Day hoping that India and all its provinces (including J&K) shall respect the international guarantee of human rights and labour laws so that every citizen in India shall feel the taste of human dignity and equality. This was the resolution carried by a special May Day session held by the National Panthers Party at Jantar Mantar this afternoon.
Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party expressed deep concern on the growing division of classes and people in the country which shall prove a disaster to peace and democracy in India. Prof. Bhim Singh said that neo-capitalist-bureaucratic class has emerged in the country whose children are being given colonial education in the so-called private schools like Sanskriti & G.D. Goenka where entry fee is fixed under the table in lacs. A child of a labourer studies in a government school having no equipment or sitting facilities even. A child of a labourer and farmer going to the government schools cannot match a child of a capitalist, bureaucrat or a class-1 officer. The majority of the children of the working class taste the neglect from the day one when they enter the school and watch other children studying in special care through the video & television. This shall add to a worse class conflict in future unless appropriate remedial measures are taken by the politicians surviving at the mercy of multinationals and privileged bureaucrats.
Prof. Bhim Singh also expressed shock that even minimum wages act has not been implemented in J&K. He said that laws which suit the ruling clique in J&K are taken in without any delay and implemented in J&K whereas those laws which favour the general public but do not suit the privileged class of the ruling party are kept out on the pretext self rule under the excuse of Article 370.
Prof. Bhim Singh said that the labour class which include India’s 80% farmers have been living the life of the ‘wretched of the earth’ and have been neglected in every sphere of development. Their children have no source to even purchase their books. ‘Mid Day Meal’ is the biggest fraud being committed with the children of labourers & farmers class. This is mockery of the entire working class and a joke with their future. Can a child looking for Mid Day Meal in school match a child studying in Sanskriti or Goenka like schools in the country?
Prof. Bhim Singh said that 90% population in the country belongs to the labour and farmers class whereas they have literally no representation in the Rajya Sabha and not even an iota of representation in the Parliament. This discrimination must end so that the democracy survives in India. He appealed to the working class to join the Samool Kranti which is the only way to realize equality and equity for all through ballot.
Panthers Party also organized May Day Special meetings in Jammu, Srinagar, Lucknow, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Telangana, Chennai and other places.