Labour Day

2023-04-26 18:06:18

In India Labour Day or May Day was started to be celebrated first in Chennai on May 1, 1923. The Labour Kisan Party of Hindustan initiated this. The leader of the party, Comrade Singaravelar organized two meetings to celebrate this event. One meeting was held on Triplicane Beach and the other took place at the beach opposite Madras High Court. In the meeting, Singaravelar approved a resolution which indicated that the government should announce a national holiday on May Day or Labour Day in India. This was the first time a red flag was hoisted in India. Labour Day is a very significant holiday in different country in the world and in India also. Here are some reasons why it is so much significant to the population. 1. When they work in an organized, concerted way. Then workers become very powerful –Labour Day is a day that unites workers together and reminds them of their power when they act in unity. 2. Workers can often feel ignored, mainly when they do vigorous or otherwise emotionally and physically taxing jobs. Labour Day is a day when workers can feel respected for the work that they have done all over the year. 3. On Labour Day, workers and their needs and rights are in focus. This day can be a motivation for refining workers’ efforts. They learn about their rights and campaign and make movements. In this way, they can make secure a better life for themselves and their families. 4. Economic data about growth, output, input, and productivity can often be unclear. The men and women who essentially power the economy with their work. So On Labour Day, we are reminded that the economy is something that affects us. Real men and women are essential for that. 5. The awesome majority of countries celebrate Labour Day on the same day, May 1st. This means that this day does not just bring together workers in India. But it also gives a sense that workers all over the world. which unites them through their common struggle and their common experiences. 6. This day is important as it enables workers to take some much-needed rest from their work and collect their thoughts, spend time with their loved ones, or just recover their energies. 7. This day motivates people to get to work and to work hard. This will help to retain the economy going. It also encourages men and women to follow their chosen careers, to do their best at them. In this way, they contribute to their society. We know that the worker receives minimum pay by selling his own labour. That is the reason why International Labour Day is celebrated all over the world. So this day is to promote and encourage international labour associations. Thus, it is a special day to appreciate and recognize their contribution to society as they are certainly well-deserved.