Every year on May 1, the world celebrates International Labour Day which is also known as International Workers’ Day. The day is marked to raise public awareness about workers’ rights as well as to recognise their accomplishments. On this day, India, like several other countries, observes a national holiday.
It is vital that individuals disseminate the word and spirit of this day in the same way that they would any other special day.
May Day, also known as International Workers’ Day, is celebrated in over 80 countries across the world on May 1. The purpose of the day is to commemorate the efforts and victories of the workers’ class and the labour movement.
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