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Archive for June 20th, 2009

Release Asit Kumar Sengupta and all Political Prisoners Now

Posted by Admin on June 20, 2009

 On the afternoon of 22 January 2008, the notorious Chattisgarh police raided the home of comrade Asit Kumar Sengupta and took him away. The same evening, they again raided in large numbers and searched his house for 2 days. His wife was detained for questioning. The police seized all the copies of the revolutionary internationalist journal `A World to Win’, publications of `Puravaiya Prakashan’, all the books in his personal library and the disk of his PC. Violating the norms laid down by the Supreme Court, his arrest was formally registered only after 2 days. He has been accused of waging war against the state in association with a banned organisation, theCPI (Maoist).

 Who is Asit Kumar Sengupta? Why is he declared as an enemy of the state?


Awakened to radical politics through the 1960s mass struggles and mobilisations in West Bengal, Asit was attracted to the revolutionary movement through the Naxalbari armed struggle of 1967. Since then, his revolutionary cultural activism and work as a propagandist, begun at the age of 20, has never ceased; up till this arrest. Read the rest of this entry »


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Stop police brutality

Posted by Admin on June 20, 2009

The Indian state is mobilizing its forces to crush the just struggle of the tribal people of Lalgarh, West Bengal. In the last 24 hours, West Bengal’s state police and 11 companies of Central paramilitary forces have started to move towards Lalgarh.

In November 2008, the tribal people (adivasis) of Lalgarh rose up against decades of abuse by the police and goons of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the ruling party in West Bengal. This is the same phoney “communist” party that has tried to give away peasants’ lands in Nandigram and Singur, only to be beaten back and exposed by determined struggle. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh: Rally calls for peace

Posted by Admin on June 20, 2009

KOLKATA: The conscience-keepers of the city its intellectual brigade were out on the roads again on Friday, this time calling for peace in


Lalgarh and the rest of Bengal. Banners in hand and slogans on lips, they marched from Gariahat to Rashbehari crossing.
“The government stand is not acceptable. A police attack will lead to bloodshed and innocent persons will be killed. After the landmine blast last November, police atrocities have increased. What was the government doing when Maoists settled down in the villages? The matter should be settled through talks. We want all sides to stop violence,” said Aparna Sen, film celebrity. Read the rest of this entry »

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