Indian Vanguard

  • April-May-June 2011

    Peoples March 2011- April May June 01 copy
  • Who is the problem, the CPI (Maoist) or the Indian State?

  • Democracy’ at its worst !

  • Narayanpatna: Fact Finding Report

  • Interview: Aruna Roy

    The State wiil fail if the army and air force are used against the maoists

    Interview with Aruna Roy

  • The Heart of India is Under attack- Arundhati Roy

    Arundhati roy 22

  • Peoples March, Novemeber

    Pm Nove 2009 Issue 1101 copy

  • Debates on Lalgarh

    Debates on Lalgarh copy

  • Interview: Koteswar Rao

  • Green Hunt: Fact finding Report

    FFR Green Hunt copy1

  • Govt at war with Maoists to aid MNCs: Arundhati

    Arundhati roy 2

  • Stop Green Hunt

    Let us deman copy

  • Interview: Ganapathi

  • Statement against Military offencive

  • Singur to Lalgarh via Nandigram

    Singur to Lalgarh via Nandigram 3

  • Confronting Guns of Peace: Bastar Faces its Worst Crisis

  • Lalgarh: A hopeful spark

    Revolut copy

  • Maoist Images

    naxal_gadar2

    Gaddhar in a pro CPI Maoist Rally

    More>>

  • Lalgarh Images

  • People’s Truth

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.

IE

Advertisements

One Response to “CPIM leader Karat wants to use legal option against Maoists”

  1. Rajarshi Chaudhuri said

    After the election fiasco all these CPI(M) leaders are continuously talking about rectifying their mistakes – but nobody is taking any positive measure. This is only because they lost their edge for leftist struggle and transmigrated to a class of opportunists.

    Now Karat and Buddha – the revisionist humbugs – are in all-out war against poor people abandoning the thought of combating the Naxalites politically.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: