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The Central Executive Committee of the Democratic Youth Federation of India expresses its deep sorrow in the death of hundreds of people in the heavy rain and flood affected areas of Tamil Nadu. Thousands who are displaced are lost their home, clothes, and all other earnings and are not in access to food.

As a warning to the communal forces which are trying to eliminate the secular and religious culture of India and to spread message for saving India from the communal forces which are trying to create tensions in the society by bringing back the religion - caste - colour discrimination and inequalities, DYFI Kerala State Committee is organizing a state wide "Secular" March from 17th November 2015. DYFI Kerala will take out two parallel Secular marches in the State.  The march is divided into two zones as northern zone and southern zone.

Around 500 trees were planted in 6 districts Maharashtra by DYFI on 5th June on the occasion of World Environment day. Nanded, Solapur, Pune, Mumbai, Raigad and Aurangabad. DYFI Aurangabad plans to plant 1000 trees in this month.

DYFI-SFI joint Jatha in Haryana taking up issues on employment and education. This jatha was also organised in solidarity to the 2nd September workers' strike

THE 10th Maharashtra state conference of the DYFI held in Aurangabad City – the centre of the Marathwada region –  on October 9-11, 2015, resolved to rapidly expand the youth movement and organisation to meet the challenges posed by the murderous rightwing offensive. In connection with the conference, a massive youth rally and public meeting were organised on October 9 evening. Hundreds of DYFI activists from Aurangabad and nearby districts participated in the colourful rally. The rally also marked the culmination of two statewide Yuva Sangharsh Jathas led by the DYFI which converged in Aurangabad after touring 16 districts in six days. The venue of the public meeting, Sant Eknath Rang Mandir, was literally overflowing with people.