With great sadness we report the deaths of three prominent leaders of the Indian community in Britain over the last month. Comrades KARAM SINGH KIRTI, AVTAR SINGH SADIQ and HARBHAJAN SINGH DARDI were highly-regarded leaders of the Indian Workers’ Association (Great Britain). They devoted their entire lives to the fight against racism and imperialism, for the unity of the working class in its struggle against exploitation and for its social emancipation.
LALKAR sends its heartfelt condolences to the IWA(GB), to the families and friends of the departed comrades, with the hope and expectation that others will take up the banner of proletarian internationalism that these comrades held so firmly and keep it aloft. This is the only true tribute that these comrades deserve and would have wanted.