The Marxist Communist Party of India is calling for an event in support of Palestine

As part of the demonstration, members of the Central Committee and its political bureau will organize a sit-in this Sunday in one of the main arteries of New Delhi, the capital, according to what was spread on social networks.

In a joint statement with the Communist Party of India (CPI), the Marxist-oriented political organization expressed its displeasure with the country’s failure to vote on the eve of the UN General Assembly on a resolution tabled by Jordan demanding Israel’s immediate ceasefire against the Palestinians. Both groups affirmed that India has historically stood by Palestine unconditionally and also called for compliance with the resolution passed by 120 votes to 14 with 45 abstentions.

Signed by general secretaries D. Raja of the CPI and Sitaram Yechury of the CPI (M), the document also invokes earlier UN rules establishing two independent and sovereign states as a solution.

They also condemned Israel’s lack of respect for the decisions of the international organization when, after the approval of the document, the Zionist government attacked Gaza with several attacks and cut off all communications in the coastal enclave.

Making a similar claim, the All India Advance Bloc (AIFB) also issued a statement this Saturday, signed by its General Secretary, G. DEVARAJAN, to express its absolute solidarity with the people of Palestine in their struggle for survival and self-determination. .

The Progressive Party also condemned and demanded an end to the intrusion of the United States and its allies into the region, which it believed renders UN resolutions irrelevant.

On the other hand, the solidarity group Friends of Palestine, in a statement after a peaceful protest, ratified its demand for an immediate ceasefire, the lifting of the siege of Gaza and an international intervention to stop the brutal killing of Palestinians, including children and children. Women.

We call for the termination of all India’s ties with Israel and urge the international community to pressure Tel Aviv to respect international laws, the document said.

Friends of Palestine also pleaded with the Government of India to actively contribute to the liberation and statehood of Palestine as it is in the national interest and promotes India in a position of global justice.

According to Deputy Permanent Representative and Ambassador Yojna Patel, India abstained from the UN vote on protection of civilians and fulfillment of legal and humanitarian obligations due to the lack of a mention of a condemnation of the 7 October attack by Hamas on Tel Aviv.

The diplomat also expressed her appreciation for the international community’s efforts to reduce tensions and the delivery of humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza, as her country was doing, she recalled.


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