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Archive for August 3rd, 2007

FARC and ELN united in operation

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007

Author: FARC-EP and ELN

Tuesday, 24/07/2007

Like in 1999, today the FARC-EP and the ELN we followed together facing the narco terrorist punitive forces of the state that they look for to leave without bread the present and future generations. The victorious battles conducted jointly against the common enemy, imperialism-government-Para Military is example of unity of the guerrilla in the combat.

PART MILITARY: “the FARC-EP and the ELN unite their forces in the Catatumbo”

In front military Northeastern of the ELN and Column Resistance Bari FARC-EP

Army of National Liberation

The government army comes conducting a civic-military operation in the zone from catatumbo, fulfilling orders of the allied government and the narco paramilitary oligarchy to the empire. Everything with the objective to guarantee the expropriation and operation of the natural resources and to open passage to the macro projects of monocultures of multinational and imperial interest.

In such sense I exercise national but it seems I exercise of occupation that runs over, it sacks, it threatens, it moves, assassin and it disappears to humble settlers of the region, restricts free mobility, it blocks the food entrance, it carries out bombings and strafing on zones farmers and natives.

The legitimate and valiant answer of the town in arms in the last two months has been the following one:
Low known I exercise bourgeois enemy of the town.

Popular minings of defense (20), Died: 10, Hurt: 15, Harassments and shocks (17), Died: 9
Hurt: 12, Ambushes (1), Dead, hurt and disappeared: 20, between dead a helicopter pilot

Cars pump: (2) unemployment of the traffic to vehicular between convention-tarra and Ocaña-teorama by space of two days each one.

Armed propaganda and detents: 6 aserrio, san Pablo, tarra, cartagenita, Mira Flores, valve.
Sabotage to the oil infrastructure: 4 blasts to the pipe line sewer lemon and petroleum’s of the north.
Total losses of the army in the operation *alacrán*: 66

The parts of dead and captured guerrillas presented/displayed by the commandos of brigades 15 and 30 the president, to the troops and the public opinion are false; the captured and dead are humble farmers of the region, inadvertent facts that are past, by the municipal and departmental authorities.

In our rows we have had 3 slightly wounded, 1 dead, two radios 2m and 1 lost gun.

The victorious battles conducted jointly against the common enemy, imperialism-government-Para military is example of unit of the guerrilla in the combat to the time that becomes a referring one for other regions of the country in the important search of the popular and insurgent unit.

We commemorated the 43 years of the invincible fight by La Paz and the socialism and inspired by develops anti colonial, anti-imperialist and anti oligarchic emancipator of our liberating parents. We ratified the persistence by the guerrilla unit, our combat summarizes the dignity dreams and hopes of the Colombians hasty and vilipendiados by its governors, this example of resistance it summons to the unit and it fights popular, including a the members of the troops and of police anointed of sacred love to Colombia and the town. By a new government and the great mother country that I inspire the heroic fights of the Simón liberator Bolivar, incontrovertible necessity of the generations of the present and the future.

In Bolivar we were all.
Mountains of Colombian nor-Orient.

In front military Northeastern ELN
Column resistance Bari FARC-EP

Julio of the 2007

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YS Raja Sekhar Reddy made Mudigonda as another Nandigram

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007

Eight persons were killed and eight others injured in police firing and related incidents when the Andhra Pradesh bandh called by the Left parties turned violent in Khammam district on Saturday afternoon.

Tragedy: The bodies of the victims of the

police firing at Mudigonda village, Andhra Pradesh,
being taken to hospital.

According to the police, six persons were killed in the police firing, one woman died due to injuries sustained in police lathi charge and another person came under the wheels of an ambulance and died when the ambulance was rushing the injured persons to the district headquarters hospital. Three of the eight injured persons were in a critical condition and they were undergoing treatment at the district hospital at Khammam.

A Left activist at a protest in
Hyderabad on Saturday.

Chief Minister Dr Y S Rajasekhar Reddy announced a judicial inquiry and suspended the Additional Superintendent of Police Ramesh Babu and transferred the Superintendent of Police Rajeev Kumar Meena.

The incident occurred in Modigunda village in Khammam district when a group of CPI-M and CPI activists and local people took out a rally, pitched tents on the road and set up a blockade in support of the bandh. They turned violent, pelted stones on policemen and tried to attack the local revenue office. The police resorted to lathi charge and later opened fire to quell the riotous mob, a senior state police official said.

Home Minister K Jana Reddy termed the police firing”unfortunate” and conveyed his sympathies to the members of the bereaved families. He said that a high-level inquiry has been ordered in the police firing incident and basing on the inquiry report, action would be taken against police personnel involved if they were at fault

The chief minister, however, quoted local legislator and minister for health and family welfare S. Chandrasekhar to say that an underground Maoist couple was leading the protest, which led to the violence.

Elsewhere in Andhra Pradesh, sporadic incidents of violence marred the state-wide bandh called by Left parties to protest against indiscriminate police lathi charge on their leaders and activists during the picketing of district collectorates across the state on Thursday as part of their ongoing “Bhoo Poratam.”

The Telugu Desam Party and Bharatiya Janata Party also extended their support to the bandh call given by the Left parties.

The CPI-M and CPI leaders demanded the state government to implement the recommendations of Koneru Ranga Rao Committee in toto. The committee was appointed by the Congress government to examine the various land laws and suggest ways and means for improving the implementation of these laws.

The other demands include land for the landless, house-sites for the poor, an independent commission to monitor the distribution of lands in the state, an ombudsman to check irregularities in the weaker sections housing scheme and withdrawal of all the cases registered against the Left leaders and activists and poor people ever since “Bhoo Poratam” was launched on May 2.

Revolutionary author Pendyala Varavara Rao described YS Rajasekhar Reddy as fascist. Telangana Rashtra Samithi leader K Chandra Sekhar Rao described Rajasekhar Reddy as worse than Napoleon.

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Martyrs week respons

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007


PARALAKHEMUNDI, July 29: The Martyrs’ Week ~ called by the CPI (Maoist), which started yesterday did not have much impact on Gajapati district as the police had been deployed in full force and there was high alert in almost all places. Certain areas which had been termed as “hyper-sensitive” has commandos armed with “shoot-at-sight” order.

A maoist meeting in Bihar( a file photo)

Posters written in Telugu have sprung up in certain places of Rayagada and Gosani blocks. The people of Parida, Gothei, Kinchilingi, S Karadasingi and Gandahati villages and in some places near the Mahendragiri hills found the posters pasted at a few selected areas and immediately alerted the police. On the other hand, the bandh call called by the CPI and the CPI-M in Andhra Pradesh to protest against the killing of their supporters in the Kha-mmam district during the bhoomi paratam agitation, had its impact on Gajapati. SNS

Bihar Jails placed on high alert

PATNA: Having been caught unawares during the November 13 naxal attack on Jehanabad jail in 2005, the jail authorities are not willing to leave anything to chance.

It was quite evident when all the jails in the state were put on high alert from July 28, the date on which Charu Mazumdar, one of the founder-members of Ultra’s movement was killed.

Laxmaunpure-Bathe monument

The CPI (Maoist) is observing a martyr’s week in his memory.

“Special vigil is also being kept on jails located in Gaya, Bhagalpur, Patna, Sitamarhi and Motihari in the wake of intelligence reports hinting at a possible Naxal attack,” said IG (Prisons) Sandeep Paundrik on Sunday.

Giving details of the special measures taken, he said, SPs of respective districts have also been asked to depute additional security personnel on the jail premises to counter any possible attack apart from the additional lighting arrangement done in the jails. “Leave of all those posted in different jails has been cancelled,” Paundrik added.

Maoists blow up railway signal system in Andhra Pradesh

Kuneru (AP), July 29: Maoists on Sunday blew up a railway signal system in Vijayanagaram, damaging property worth rupees three million.

About 20 Maoists, including five women, blew up the cab
in at Kuneru railway station in Vijayanagaram, where signalling system was installed.

The Maoists also set on fire the records of the railway station.

“They were 15 to 20, out of whom five were women. They took control of the station. They set all the records on the fire and blew up the signalling system,” said Trimurti, Station Master.

Maoist left a note pasted on the wall of the railway station demanding their leader Dharma alias Bhupati, who was arrested on July 23 by Andhra Police, should be presented before a court immediately.

Maoists operate in 13 of 29 states along the “red corridor”, referring to a stretch from the Indo-Nepal border to the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

According to Home Ministry, 76 districts in Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal are ‘badly affected by Maoist violence’.

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Heroic Martyrs of the India’s Revolution ( Random Images )

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007

Courtesy: Naxal Revoluton

Heroic Martyrs of the India’s Revolution ( Random Images )

Com Charu Mazumdhar

Com. Vempatapu Sathyam

Com. Panchadi Nirmala

Com. Panchadi Krisha Murthy

Puli Anjanna (Sagar) APSCS
October 1993

Com. Saroj Dutta

Hari Bhushan

Swarupa (Jyothi)
Seernaplli 5-2-92

Kongala Sudhakar Reddy

Muralidhara Raju

I.V. Sambasiva Rao (Master), CCM
28 Feb. 1997

Seetha (Nagulakonda)

Chintala Venkata Swamy
(Suryam) APSCM

Sneha Latha

Madhava Reddy

Gaddar at a Martyrs column

Naxalbari Lal Salaam !

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Land clash sets off tit-for-tat game- Left settles Nandigram scores with sack cry

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007

Mudigonda (Khammam), July 29: Handed its own Nandigram in Andhra Pradesh, the CPM is using it to settle the Bengal Nandigram scores.

Politburo member Sitaram Yechury demanded the resignation of Congress chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy for yesterday’s police firing in this village that killed four Left land activists and two by-standers.

“Reddy demanded the resignation of Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on account of police firing in Nandigram. He should quit on the same grounds,” said Yechury, who has rushed here with other Left leaders.

The CPM appears to have decided to use the tragedy at Mudigonda, 15km from Khammam town and 211km from Hyderabad, to polish its pro-landless image and offset its mistake in Nandigram.

Unlike Bengal, where the CPM is acquiring plots for industry in the face of Opposition-led farmer protests, the Marxists have joined theCPI in Andhra to agitate for land for the poor.

The firing happened during a Left bandh to protest the Congress regime’s failure to keep its poll promise of handing vacant government land to the urban homeless to build houses and the rural poor to cultivate.

A mob had attacked the revenue divisional officer’s (RDO’s) office at Mudigonda, burning documents and furniture, when the police caned them, fired tear gas shells and then 70 bullets.
Yechury and CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta claimed the police had fired on peaceful protesters.

Police hide

Mudigonda today bore close parallels with Nandigram. The administration seemed to have collapsed amid simmering public rage, with most personnel having deserted the police stations in Khammam town and Mudigonda, which are being guarded by the reserve police.

The police’s morale appears to have been hit after the government transferred Khammam police chief R.K. Meena and suspended his deputy, additional superintendent M. Ramesh Babu. A circle inspector and a sub-inspector, too, have been suspended.

The police may not have expected such a carnage. ASP Ramesh Babu, believed to have ordered the firing, left the scene in plain clothes, a resident said.

“He took off his uniform and escaped in a lungi and T-shirt borrowed from a constable,” said schoolteacher Harinarayan, 46.

The bodies are still lying in front of the collectorate. Since morning, supporters of the Left, who have called another bandh, have been descending on Khammam.

As in Nandigram, motley Opposition leaders — such as the Telengana Rashtra Samiti’s K. Chandrasekhar Rao and the Telugu Desam’s N. Chandrababu Naidu — are making a beeline for the carnage site.

But not a single Congress leader dared follow them. S. Chandrasekhar, a minister from the district, chose to slam the Left from his secretariat chamber in Hyderabad.

Housing irony

The site of the land battle, ironically, is a place where the government had been touting its showpiece housing project for the poor.

Mudigonda is dotted with 500-600 half-finished houses, being built under the Indiramma project, which features 25 lakh houses across the state, each with a portrait of Indira Gandhi in front.

The Left says the houses are too expensive at Rs 40,000-45,000 and wants free plots for the poor instead. The Congress accuses it of playing politics.


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Posted by Admin on August 3, 2007

Maoist Information bulletin [Published by International
Department , Central Committee,
Communist Party Of Nepal (Maoist)] extracts below.
Complete Information bulletin can be found at

The Worker
Organ of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
11th Issue Coming soon ! Contact to place your order.

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