Activities

Lokayat Meeting (Pune)

Date: 3rd Aptil, 2011 (Sunday)

Activities of this week:

1) 14th April, Thursday,8:45am-10:00pm(Dr. Babasaheb Ambekar’s Birth Anniversary): Book Stall and Day Long Intensive Campaign on Nuclear Energy and its Hazards on Two Places, one in front of Ambedkar Putala near Pune Station and second is in Nigdi Chowk.

2) 16th April, Satday,6:00pm-8:00pm: Seminar on Politics of Nuclear Energy in India, its impacts and Alternatives by World Renowned Nuclear Scientists Dr. Surendra Gadekar and Dr. Vishnu Kamat in Bharat Itihas Sanshodhak Mandal.

“TARAPUR TO JAITAPUR YATRA”

A Rally Against All (Proposed & Working) Nuclear Power Plants in India from Tarapur to Jaitapur from 23rd March to 25th March.

We meet every Sunday from 4 to 7 pm , at Nal Stop, Law College Road, Opposite to Syndicate Bank, Lenovo Building.

2 Responses to Activities

  1. ramesh bhawar says:

    what about agricultural problems???????????

    • Rushal says:

      If we analyse the pattern of our agricultural today, it will soon become evident that all the problems in our production and farmers’ plight are a gift of the ghastly agricultural policies implemented by our government.

      Like all other sectors, these policies are obviously pro-corporate, and thus anti-farmers! There can be no other reason for 2 lakh farmers to commit suicide on a land which has seen agriculture flourish since times immemorial. Isn’t the agricultural crisis in India just a few hundred years old?

      So a genuine effort to improve our devastated agriculture can not afford to overlook the role of the current economic system.

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