Centre of Indian Trade Unions
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Centre of Indian Trade Unions

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Full nameCentre of Indian Trade Unions
Members5 million
Key peopleDr. K. Hemalatha, President
Office locationNew Delhi, India

Centre of Indian Trade Unions, CITU is a National level Trade Union in India politically affiliated to the Communist Party of India (Marxist) as its trade union wing and is a spearhead of the Indian Trade Union Movement.[] The Centre of Indian Trade Unions is today one of biggest assembly of workers and classes of India. It has strong unchallangeable presence in the Indian state of Tripura besides a good presence in West Bengal, Kerala and Kanpur. They have an average presence in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

4th CITU West Bengal state conference poster

According to the provisional statistics from the Ministry of Labour, CITU had a membership of 3,222,532 in 2002.[1]

Tapan Kumar Sen is the General Secretary and K. Hemalata is the president of CITU. K. Hemalata was the first woman President in CITU who was elected after A. K. Padmanabhan.[2] It runs a monthly organ named WORKING CLASS.


  1. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 9 April 2011. Retrieved .CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Pioneer, The. "A first: Woman elected CITU president". The Pioneer. Retrieved 2019.

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Coordinates: 28°37?46.5?N 77°14?18.4?E / 28.629583°N 77.238444°E / 28.629583; 77.238444

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