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Archive for July 28th, 2009

37th anniversary of com. Charu Mazumdar’s Martyrdom

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Born in a progressive landlord family in Siliguri in 1918, he not only dedicated his entire life to peasants’ cause but also authored the historic 1968 Naxalbari uprising.

Son of an active freedom fighter, Charu Majumdar or CM rebelled against social inequalities even as a teenager. Later,  he joined All Bengal Students Association affiliated to Anusilan group.Dropping out of college in 1937-38 he joined the Congress party and devoted himself in organising bidi workers. He later crossed over to CPI to work in its peasant front and soon won respect of the poor and downtrodden of Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling. Soon an arrest-warrant forced him to go underground for the first time as a Left activist.

Although the CPI was banned at the outbreak of the World War II, he continued his organizing activities among peasants and was elected to the CPI Jalpaiguri district committee in 1942.The promotion emboldened him to organise a ‘seizure of crops’ campaign in Jalpaiguri during the Great Famine of 1943, more or less successfully. In 1946, he joined the famous Tebhaga movement and embarked on a militant struggle in North Bengal. The stir shaped his vision of a revolutionary struggle. Later he worked among tea garden workers in Darjeeling.For taking the road of the intertwined revolution, the CPI was banned in 1948 and CM was put behind the bars for next three years.

CM’s growing ideological rift with the CPI came to fore after the party’s Palghat Congress in 1956. The ‘Great Debate’ across the communist world in the late 50s propelled him to mull a revolutionary philosophy suiting Indian conditions.He was again jailed during 1962 for criticising the Nehuru Government’s notorious attempt of Chinese expansion. Read the rest of this entry »

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Martyrs Week begins from today, Maoist posters & banners every where in Orissa

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Chhattisgarh Naxal Report by Deba Prasad Dash; Malkangiri: The C.P.I(Maoist) has kicked off the martyrs week celebration here on Tuesday by triggering two blasts that damaged two mobile towers at Tandapalli and Padmagiri areas under Malkangiri police limits at the early hours today.

While,the damaged mobile tower at Tandapalli belongs to Airtel , the tower at Padmagiri belongs to Reliance communication. With the beginning of the week long celebration,Maoist posters & banners urging the people to join hands with them in their war against the police seems found every where in the district.

Organised in the memory of party founder late Charu Majumdar and their killed comrades,the Maoists have reportedly erected about 70-80 permanent and temporarymartyrs domes in their strong holds of Chitrakonda,Kalimela,Bhejangwada,Motu,M.V-79,Podia,Mathili and Govindpalli to commemorate the celebration.The nearest Martyrs dome has been erected at Kangrukonda some 15 km from the district headquarter town. The Maoist posters put up at the Chitrakonda market area.cpi maoist poster

The road communication between Kalimela-Motu was come to halt as the red rebels blocked the road at several places by felling trees.The vehicular traffic between Malkangiri and Jeypore was also affected as very few buses were seems plying on the route despite no road obstruction.

According to reports,many top Maoist cadres have arrived at Malkangiri and are moving from one village to the other to mobilize the support of the villagers to make the celebration sucessful. Keeping the possible Maoist violent activities during the week long celebration,red alert has been sounded in the district and armed and civil police personnel’s have been put on high alert across the district.Police sources here maintained that the cops are ready to prevent any untoward incident during the martyrs week.Police patrolling has further been intensified in the sensitive areas.

Orissa Diary

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Security forces lathicharge tribal women in Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Security forces use batons to disperse women in Lalgarh

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Lalgarh (PTI): Shortly after a three-member team of the Trinamool Congress, including two Union ministers, visited Lalgarh demanding withdrawal of central forces, a procession of tribal women was alledgedly lathicharged by the police.

A huge procession of the women supporters of the People’s Committee against Police Atrocities headed for Lalgarh police station at around 4:00 pm with placards and posters demanding withdrawal of the central forces and police from Lalgarh, The Lalgarh police station was recaptured from Maoists through their operation since June 19.

“There were at least 300 women, mostly tribals who were prevented from entering Lalgarh police station. We had to fire four teargas cells to disperse them,” top police sources said.

There were sounds of firing and mine explosion from the nearby villages, the sources said. “We are yet to determine the exact area from where the sounds came.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Now, land agitations hit Gujarat

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


nepalThe situation is not as bad yet but Gujarat looks all set to get its own Nandigram and Singur. The Narendra Modi government is currently facing stiff resistance from villagers in at least five districts against its decision to hand over agricultural and grazing lands to industrial houses.

The protesters have gathered under the banner of Gujarat Lok Samiti, which has floated the slogan — Jaan denge, zameen nahin (We will give up our lives, not our land).

The agitations are on in Mahuva taluka of Bhavnagar, Vadodara Jala village of Junagadh district, Mocha village of Porbandar district, Anwarpura village of Patan district and Zarpara village of Kutch district.

In Vadodara Jala, the entire village is protesting against the recent acquisition of 650 acres of village ‘gauchar’ (land used for the purpose of grazing animals) by the Gujarat Maritime Board, Veraval, for transfer to L&T Port Sutrapala Private Limited to construct a private port. The acquisition was condemned by the Gram Panchayat after which villagers stalled work at the site.

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Janakeeyapatha: Malayalam Maoist Magazine June- Aug Issue

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


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Janakeeyapatha June- August issue

Janakeeyapatha June- August issue

Related post: Janakeeyapatha, Malayalam Magazine: April – May issue

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Maoist observes Martyr Week from 28th July to 03rd August in tribal areas of Orissa

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Martyrs monumentReported by Manoj Kumar Das; Koraput: Maoists Posters and Manifestos is being found in many places of Tribal-Dominated undivided Koraput for observing Martyr Week. Andhra Orissa Organization of Maoist Committee is going to observe Martyr Week from 28th July to 03rd August, 2009. On the eve of Martyr Week Maoist had issued a manifesto mentioning 10 Maoist leaders shot dead with false encounter by police personnel.

In this manifesto it is mentioned, in the name of false encounter Andhra Orissa Organization Of Maoist Committee leader Kailash Ramchandra and Sarita were shot dead inhumanly in the name of False encounter by police officials on 26th Dec. 2008, after the inhuman encounter the dead bodies were dropped at Parvatipuram on 27th Dec. 2008. In the manifesto they put their allegation that on 12th April 2009 during the attack over CISF base camp at Damajodi (Koraput) the Maoist Comrade Raju, Kirtty, Raghu and Sakhiram were shot dead during the exchange fire with police personnel. On January Police arrested 3 Maoist leaders and shot dead inhumanly infront of Tribal People. To give tribute to these Maoists who were shot dead by police personnel inhumanly, martyr week is observed.

In late 1972, July 28, Maoist revolution started under leadership of Charu Majumadar, who was arrested by Police, later on he committed suicide inside the custody of police for loosing patient out being tortured by police men. With the memory of the Past Maoist leaders this day (28th July) is observed as Martyr day or Death Day for Maoist. To make the Martyr Week a grand success the Maoist had requested each and every general public to co-operate with them.

On 2004, 21 armed communist parties, CPI (M) and MCC combined and formed Communist party, later on the Central and State Govt. interfered in the operation. Likely the manifesto brings out summery regarding the history and revolution act of Maoist.

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Karanataka: Maoists call for Martys Week in Malnad

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


CPI Maoist 9th Congress hall

CPI Maoist 9th Congress hall

Udupi July 28: Naxals have already announced that they will celebrate martyrs week from July 28 to August 3 which has caused anxiety among the public.

The Mattavu bomb blast incident that shook the entire State is completing four years. In the meantime, the Naxal activities are continuously on an increase in the Malnad region.
It was on July 28, 2005, Naxalites attacked on a police jeep at Mattavru. Mattavru is situated on the way to Hebri via Kabbinale route.

However, police had a narrow escape from the possible tragedy. They had retaliated but the attackers had already fled. The police vehicle bore extensive damages.

Apprehension

Naxals have already announced that they will celebrate martyrs week from July 28 to August 3 which has caused anxiety among the public. As a step to instill confidence among the people, local police and ANF personnel have started rigorous combing operations in the area. Home Minister Dr V S Acharya has recently instructed to deploy additional police force in the Naxal-infested areas.

Though no serious incidents occurred in Hebri surroundings after the Mattavu incident, such incidents are taking place in other places in the Malnad area frequently.

After the Naxalites attacked Seethanadi Bhoja Shettys house, no Naxal activities have taken place in the region. It was on the eve of the Assembly elections in the State, on May 15, 2008, Naxals murdered Shetty. And now, Naxals have announced martyrs week. There were also reports on Naxal movements in the area on July 11.Even after four years of the Mattavu incident, development is still a dream for Kabbinale villagers. Kabbinale coming under Mudradi Gram Panchayat in Karkala taluk is of 2,615.12 hectare area with 1,300 population.

Taluk Panchayat member Manujath Poojary representing Mudradi said development programmes could not be carried out in the area due to the strict regulations of the forest department. The Naxal Package could not be utilised because of the same reason.

A delegation of 7-tribal families had met former prime minister H D Deve Gowda soon after the Mattav incident and explained their miseries. Gowda had assured them of a helping hand. However, nothing happened thereafter.

Despite this, Mudradi GP tried its level best to develop Mattavu. The villagers got houses under Ashraya, Indira Awas schemes, solar electricity, agriculture equipment and the like. A sum of Rs 30 lakh has been released to Mudradi GP from 2006 to 2008 under the Naxal package, using which Nirani and Balladi roads have been developed. The village still has a lot of unfulfilled demands. It needs a government school, hostel, electricity connection to Mattavu, Mundani, Mudsalu, Parikallu, Beerabettu areas, bridges for Jeddugulelu and Balchar, and good roads. If any person falls sick here, then he should be carried on shoulder for many kilometres.

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