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Wednesday 22 February 2012

the greatest moment of left oriented peoples after 1990 in Pakistan: 82nd Birth day of Leader

On 21 Feb, 2012 Awami Tahreek arranged huge gathering of Peasants, Farmer and Labor. In this gather more than one lack people attended the conference. The 50 percent were women participated in gathering. This gathering was called on the occasion of 82nd Birth Day of Mr. Rasul Bux Palijo who is founder of leftist party Awami Tahreek in Pakistan. Top leftist leadership participated in the gather. It was the greatest moment of left oriented peoples after 1990.

The Awami Tahreek (Peoples Movement) was formed on March 5, 1970 in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. Leading theoretician Rasul Bux Palijo was elected as its first General Secretary. It is a political party devoted to non-violence in its democratic struggle to attain freedom of People through the scientific and revolutionary tenets of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. Over the years, Awami Tahreek has emerged as the foremost Democratic Left force in the country. It believes that a comprehensive overhauling of society is required in order to deliver the benefits of a welfare state to the masses. Awami Tahreek stands for equal rights for all citizens without distinction of sex, class, color, language, faith and creed. The Party has been able to effectively withstand the imperialist propaganda offensive in the aftermath of the setback and reverses to socialism internationally.  The courageous battles fought under the Awami Tahreek's leadership, its role in the anti-imperialist, anti-establishment, anti-martial law and anti-feudal struggles and struggles on people's issues over more than three decades, found reflection in historical support of masses in movements like: Neelam Band Karyo Movement, Sindhi Voter Lists Movement, MRD, Journalist Movement, anti-urban terrorism movement and above all in Anti Kalabagh Dam, Judiciary restoration movement  and Thal Canal Movement. The Tahreek is strict in opposing capitalism, imperialism, army rule, dictatorships, terrorism, corruption, racism, gender discrimination and religious bigotry. The Party also promises the elimination of feudalism in accordance with the established principles of socialism to protect and advance the interests of peasantry. The Awami Tahreek has consistently championed the cause of the unity of the motherland, of all castes, communities, minorities and ethnic groups inhabiting our vast and diverse country. Ever since its foundation it came forward as the builder of Muslim-Hindu-Christian unity, as a fighter against communalism and riots, as a defender of the just rights of all the minorities, Sindhi peasantry  and off all working classes of the country.

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