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DALLI-RAJAHARA-The Struggle Continues

DALLI-RAJAHARA-The Struggle Continues

DALLI-RAJAHARA The Struggle Continues N K Singh ON July 9 the pits of Dalli-Rajahara iron ore mines did not work because over 10,000 workers did not turn up. But they were not on strike; they had abstained from work because their leader, Shanker Guha Niyogi, had been released after 35 days' illegal detention on the orders of the Drug sessions court and they wanted to accord him a heroic welcorne. The acceptance of their immediate demands after a 19-day long successful strike which continued even after the police firing and large- scale arrests an obvious attempt to break the strike and the release of Niyogi has boosted the morale of the workers.

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