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Archive for August 1st, 2009

Peoples’ Truth, Voice of Indian Revolution Archive

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


Peoples Truth July 2009, Bulletin No.6

Peoples Truth July 2009, Bulletin No.6

Source : Banned Thought

People’s Truth — The successor to People’s March

In December 2007 the editor of People’s March, P. Govindan Kutty, was arrested and the magazine was suppressed and banned. After some time Govindan Kutty was released, and though still facing charges, in mid 2008 he began issuing a bulletin with the name People’s Truth, marked with the notation to be circulated privately. However, this bulletin has a lot of good information in it which will be of considerable interest to those following the development of the revolution in India. For this reason we are taking it on ourselves to make this new bulletin available to a wider audience. The newest issues available are listed first:

Related post: CPI (Maoist) Documents

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Chhattisgarh govt to modernise its police to fight the Maoists

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


CPI MaoistRaipur (PTI): In the wake of a spate of naxal attacks in the recet months, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Friday said new police stations and check posts will be created at several places and personnel will be given modern arms and equipment.

Special attention will be given on the modernisation of the police with the help of information and technology, the Chief Minister said.

Apart from raising confidence level among the security personnel, they will be provided with additional night vision binoculars, bulletproof jackets and other equipment, Singh told reporters after a meeting with state Home Minister Nanki Ram Kanwar and senior officials at the police headquarters here.

The meeting attended by Director General of Police along with additional director Generals, SPs and other officers was held to discuss law and order situation, naxal violence and other issues.

Announcing more recruitment of police officers in the ranks of SDPO and SHO, the chief minister said the officials have been instructed to work with better corodination with those security personnel deployed in naxal-hit areas.

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CPIM leader Karat wants to use legal option against Maoists

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


CPI Maoist RebelsMaking a departure from his stand, the CPM general secretary, Prakash Karat, urged Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee to use legal options for tackling the Maiosts in West Bengal.

Addressing a gathering of party members on Friday, he said, “The CM will have to tackle the problem according to the law.” Karat, who is in the city to address a party meeting to celebrate the birth centenary of Left stalwart E M S Namboodiripad, hinted that he has no objections against using the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Activities Act, under which Bhattacharjee has already taken action against Maoist cadres. Earlier, he had said the Marxists should fight the Maoists “politically”.

Earlier, when Bhattacharjee had accepted the Central proposal for banning the Maoist outfit with the imposition of UAPA, a section of Left leaders had criticised him. Karat, however, said: “It (Maoists) is a degenerated form of ultra-Left politics. They identify themselves with the LTTE and Jihadi groups in Pakistan.”

He also tried to encourage the demoralised Bengal cadres after its defeat in the Lok Sabha polls.

“Electoral reverses happen. True, we lost the polls, but we have to rectify our mistakes,” said Karat. “We have reviewed the results and will go to the people to admit our mistakes,” he added. “We are confident that we will be able to eliminate the wrong trends in the party,” said Karat, who will attend the crucial state committee meeting to be held on Saturday. Friday’s meeting was attended by senior CPM leaders, including Bhattacharjee and Finance Minister Asim Dasgupta.

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Orissa: Police panic at red rage

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


CPI-Maoist wall painting at Garu village situated at lathear district of Jharkhand which is around 120 Km from State Captial Ranchi asking people to boycott the election.

CPI-Maoist wall painting at Garu village situated at lathear district of Jharkhand which is around 120 Km from State Captial Ranchi asking people to boycott the election.

BHUBANESWAR: Just after Maoists killed two police personnel on Wednesday evening near the mining town of Daitary, their seniors immediately went
into “hiding”.

The Keonjhar SP switched off his mobile and showed up only the next morning at Anandapur to be part of the customary guard of honour given to the deceased before the bodies were sent to their homes. But for the help of some passers-by and local villagers, who took them to the hospital, both the bodies would have been perhaps devoured by animals from the nearby forest on that night. In the morning a so-called combing operation began.

This was no isolated case to speak volumes of the degree of panic and helplessness that has gripped the Orissa police in the face of escalating Maoist violence which has since spread to more than half of the state’s 30 districts. Police did the same thing a few months ago when extremists looted Nalco’s explosive storehouse atop Panchapatmali hill. Senior cops, camping at Nalco’s guest house at the time of attack, switched off all lights and hid on the rooftop. Read the rest of this entry »

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Nandigram: Maoists warn of fresh stir

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


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Nandigram22KOLKATA, 31 JULY: The Communist Party of India (Maoist) has started mobilising its cadres to launch a fresh movement in Nandigram alleging that “several demands” of local people have not been “fulfilled” by the government.

Taking a dig at the Trinamul Congress, the ultra-left outfit’s Nandigram zonal Committee has alleged that except “capitalising” the people’s movement in Nandigram, the Opposition party has done nothing to force the government to fulfil their demands.

The Maoist cadres have reportedly distributed leaflets in Nandigram in the past couple of days which stated that police officers and CPI-M leaders, “involved in gangrape and police firing in Nandigram on 14 March 2007” have not been punished and criminal cases lodged against farmers have not been withdrawn till date.

Terming the Trinamul Congress as a “B-Team of the CPI-M”, the Maoists urged the people of Nandigram and members of the Bhumi Ucched Protirodh Committee (BUPC) to take up arms again.

The CPI (Maoist) has alleged that Trinamul Congress leaders of Nandigram are “obstructing” people of Nandigram who have been demanding that “CPI-M leaders and police officers” who had “gang raped” women and fired upon people killing several of them on 14 March 2007, be punished. Read the rest of this entry »

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