International Labour Day 2023 : 1st May.

1st May is a globally recognized holiday that acknowledges the achievements of the labour movement. It is commonly known as International Workers’ Day or May Day, and is celebrated in more than 80 countries with a public holiday. The day, known as International Labour Day in many countries, honors the contribution of working individuals to society, emphasizing the importance of work and the steps taken by the labor movement.

History :

New York was the first state to introduce a bill recognizing Labor Day, while Oregon was the first to pass a law on it, on February 21, 1887. Later in 1889, the Marxist International Socialist Congress adopted a resolution for a great international demonstration in which they demanded that workers should not be made to work for more than 8 hours a day. Along with this, it was also decided that May 1 will be declared a holiday.

Qns : When is celebrated International Labour Day?

(A) 19th May
(B) 24th May
(C) 1st May
(D) 6th May

Ans : (C) 1st May

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