Rally in eastern India for social improvements (+photos)

With the support of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), CPI(M), DYFI members at the event demanded social improvements for poor communities in West Bengal, a state located in the eastern part of the country, and ruled by the Trinamool Congress, from West Bengal. According to information sent to Prensa Latina.

The Insaf Yatra was a nearly two-month-long march that began in November in Cooch Behar municipality and ended in late December in south Kolkata's Jadavpur district.

According to DYFI's social media post, its aim was to demand a solution to the need for jobs, and seek compensation for migrant workers, unemployed teachers and other poor communities in the state.

Meenakshi Mukherjee, DYFI's state minister, expressed disappointment in the state's policies because despite the government's promises, the situation in West Bengal has deteriorated further, she said.

DYFI is a progressive and forward-thinking youth organization inspired by democratic, socialist, and anti-imperialist principles that espouses the idea of ​​organizing young men and women in the South Asian country, according to its website.

It is a powerful movement that fights for a democratic and progressive social order, and the upliftment and betterment of the youth community as a whole, according to the organization itself.


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