Material on Struggle at Maruti Suzuki – Gurgaon Workers News no.51

The current repression against Maruti workers is severe – since the unrest on 18th of July 2012 over 150 workers have been arrested, more than 500 permanent workers have been fired, more than 1,500 temporary workers might have lost their – or rather ‘this’ – job and over a thousand state and private cops have been stationed in and around the Maruti factory in order to secure industrial ‘peace’. Repression tends to focus our view and acts on itself – it forces us to react, instead of acting ourselves. These are difficult times for engaging in critical analysis of the struggles of our class. To criticise our own activities while the enemy attacks seems rather paradox or untimely – but we think it is necessary.

Towards a Workers’ Organisation (Part Two) / Material on Struggle at Maruti Suzuki – Gurgaon Workers News no.51

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