Yet another May Day
On May 1 countries across the globe celebrate the achievements of the working class who are given a break to take out rallies with 'red' flag carrying...
On May 1 countries across the globe celebrate the achievements of the working class who are given a break to take out rallies with "red" flag carrying placard "Long Live Working Class".
May be some workers would get facilitated, few honchos may visit the housing colony (a rare for millions) and join the celebrations with them.
On all other days, those who work in shop floor, building constructions, road works or even those political workers who are left to fend for themselves.
Have those who have claimed up in the ladder in their own career or those owners or top political leaders think about these people.
Time and again leaders across globe have been asking captains of industry to introspect on whether fruits of labour are getting shared with working class which also applies to top political leaders in our country who have been going out of the way to please actors when it comes to sharing power at the cost of party workers in the name of "winnability" which is impossible without party workers.
Time has come for people in high position to set aside a day for "introspection" which can be held along on May 1 when workers are on holiday.
N Nagarajan, Hyderabad