15 | 09 | 2019

Let’s stop pointing fingers at each other and making statements and behaving in a manner to get petty political advantage amidst barbaric Islamic extremists’ bomb attacks but overlook party politics at least for a short period and work according to a national agenda to avoid the country becoming a prey to this calamity says the Information Secretary of the JVP Comrade Vijitha Herath.

He said this participating in the debate on emergency regulations held in Parliament yesterday (24th).

wfdy 148The World Federation of Democratic Youth condemns the brutal attacks on Sri Lankan people causing deaths to the hundreds of innocent people and making several hundreds of people injured. We initially express our condolences to the families of the deceased and wish fast recovery to the injured.

In Sri Lanka, more than 300 people have been killed at suicide bomb attacks that occurred in eight places including hotels and Catholic Churches on Easter Sunday, April 21.

The statement issued by the Political Bureau of the People's Liberation Front (JVP) declares that they detest and strongly condemn this cowardly and barbaric attack. The statement reminds the government's responsibility to hold a prompt inquiry regarding the incident, reveal the truth to the country, take legal action against the perpetrators, and to prevent any distress that would occur in the country due to the incidents.

On behalf of the Communist Party of the Workers of Spain (PCTE), we want to express our sympathy with the Communist Party of India (Marxist) for the murder of comrade Ajoy Mondal, a 52 years old worker, whose corpse was found in a canal after being stabbed in the neck the same day he went to a party meeting.

The World Federation of Trade Unions expresses its solidarity with the working class of Bangladesh on the occasion of the 6th dark anniversary of the Rana Plaza bloody crime which had cost the lives of 1134 garment workers, including 851 women, on 24th April 2013. The collapse of the eight-story commercial building named Rana Plaza uncovered the murderous, barbaric and unsafe working conditions of an industry that creates profits of billions USD to the foreign and local bourgeoisie.

The Workers’ Party of Ireland has sent the following message of solidarity to the Communist Party and people of Sri Lanka following Sunday’s horrific bombing.

PAME condemns the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka and expresses its condolences to the Trade Unions and workers of Sri Lanka for the victims of the bombings of previous days.

The experience of workers around the world shows that such murderous acts are being exploited by mechanisms and states to promote policies and projects of imperialists and governments against peoples and workers.

The World Federation of Trade Unions, on behalf of its 97 million members in 130 countries of the 5 continents, expresses its sincere condolences to the families of the victims in Sri Lanka. We join our sadness and sorrow with the working class and people of Sri Lanka who faced this terrorist attack resulting in the unjust death of hundreds of innocent people.

It has been reported that despite reporting by the intelligence sections, the government did not take protective measures and the responsibility for the utter negligence should be borne not by one section but by the whole government including the cabinet says the Information Secretary of the JVP Comrade Vijitha Herath speaking about the brutal bomb attacks that were carried out at different places in the island yesterday (21st).

The cowardly and barbaric attacks, carried out with whatever intention, targeting civilians today in several places in the island should be condemned and detested states the JVP in a statement issued by the Political Bureau of the Party.

The JVP states it is the responsibility of the government to hold a prompt inquiry regarding the incident, reveal the truth to the country and take legal action against the perpetrators and adds that it is also the responsibility of the government to prevent any distress that would occur in the country due to the incidents.

The Workers Party of Ireland sends warm comradely greetings to the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and extends its best wishes and solidarity to the CPIM for the 2019 Indian general election for the 17th Lok Sabha.

This is a crucial election at a time of increasing threat to the secular state and growing communal division. The restraints on the functioning of Parliament, interference in the judiciary, attacks on freedom of expression, curtailment of the rights of the working class and poor farmers, attacks on secularism including the communalisation of education and extreme violence against citizens and progressive forces, including increasingly violent assaults against women, religious minorities, Dalits and others are symptoms of an expanding menace to democratic rights and the secular state.

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