Tney know that there is not much substance in Ac recognition. Government will recognise you because of your strength. We have said that in accordance with the Indian tradition we want to rouse the power of the people. We want to rouse the power of the workers and thereby build up the strength of the workers to such an extent that the government will be able to func- * tion only if the worker permits. If the worker
decides to withdraw the recognition given by him to , the government, then it should not be possible for tfle-goveiriment to function even for a single day. If tfle^BMS1 comes to the conclusion that the government is not the Indian government in as much as it is not governed by toe interests of the people aod becanse of this if the worker decides to withdraw tB« recognition given by him to the government, thea it sabuld not be possible for the government to function-ev^ri for a day. We will build up such strength whertfin we have to decide whether the government teas our recognition or not ?
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; 0 In the wake of recognition* sometimes wrong typciof people assume the leadership, who collude mth the management, thereby causing losses to the wnMEkers; Therefore, we must have the capacity « to, correct such people. What is our goal? When a discussion arose in this respect in the year 1955, we said that we do not want to be just another central tr-ftdftunioa organisation just like the other trade union xnfatlisatioaJS existing at that time. It. is our ondeavottr that, about us it should be said that it is a