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Archive for August 12th, 2009

Plan for deploying IRB, Mass rallies in hill districts of Manipur

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

Category: Morung News

Mass rallies held in hill districts
Imphal, August 11 2009: Mass rallies were held today in the five hill districts of Manipur to demand withdrawal of the recent Cabinet decision for deployment of Manipur police commandos and India Reserve Battalion (IRBs) in the hill districts.

Anti-Commandos/IRB slogans filled the air of the entire hill districts of the state.

The rallies were organised by All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM), All Naga Students Association, Manipur (ANSAM), Kuki Students Organization (KSO-GHQ), Churachandpur District Students Union (CDSU), Naga Students Union, Chandel (NSUC), Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong (TKS), Senapati District Students Association (SDSA) and Zeliangrong Students Union, Manipur (ZSUM).

With a record participation of over 10,000 rallyists in Ukhrul district, the highest turn-out was in Ukhrul. The mass rally was held under the aegis of the Tangkhul Katamnao Saklong (TKS) and ANSAM. The rallyists converged at the DC office complex and a memorandum addressed to the Union Home Minister was handed over to the DC. Read the rest of this entry »

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Condemn the Brutal Murder of comrades Patel Sudhakar Reddy and Venkatayya!

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

Com. Sudhakar reddy (Right) & Ramakrishna

Com. Sudhakar reddy (Right) & Ramakrishna

Source: Peoples Truth

On May 23 The CPI (Maoist) and the Indian revolution had suffered another major and irreparable loss. On that fateful day, at about 10.30 am, comrade Patel Sudhakar Reddy alias Suryam alias Vikas, who is a member of the central committee of the Party, and another district-level comrade Venkatayya alias Prasanna, were arrested by the SIB goons of Andhra Pradesh police, were brutally tortured and murdered in the early hours of 24th. They were arrested from Nashik city in Maharashtra. The dead bodies of the two comrades were thrown in the Lavvala forest in Tadwai mandal of Warangal district, AP, and the usual story of an encounter was concocted. The Chief Minister, Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy who was in Delhi repeated this concocted police story without an iota of shame. The police claimed that one AK-47 rifle and a 9mm pistol were recovered from the dead along with three kit bags. To mislead the people as part of the psychological warfare waged by the state in its all-round war against the Maoist movement, a statement was issued by the APSIB in the name of the CPI (Maoist) spokesperson comrade Azad, to the effect that comrade Suryam (Vikas) had indeed gone to Warangal on some work. Later the CC of the CPI (Maoist) issued a statement disowning the statement given in the name of Azad and exposing the SIB’s psychological war. Read the rest of this entry »

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Three woman Maoists killed in fake encounter near AP- Orissa border

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

ensaaf_report Narasimha Rao

Visakhapatnam: Three woman naxalites were killed near Andhra Pradesh and Orissa police near Ramannaguda in Rayagada district of Orissa, about 30 to 40 km from AP border, on Wednesday morning.

According to information received by the Vizianagaram police, the dead included Potanapalli Subhdara, alias Swarna (30), wife of Maoist party’s Srikakulam divisional committee secretary Daya (Chamala Krishnamurthy) and Landa Rajeswari alias Sarada (26), wife of Gora Vallabha Rao alias Murali, Srikakulam divisional committee member. The third was said to be one Jeevani, aged aournd 20, of Rayagada, SP of Vizianagaram Y. Gangadhar said.

Reports said that the AP police tried to pick up Bhaskar and Daya along with two or three top Maoists leaders of Orissa in Rayagada district, who were reportedly meeting in a place between Rayagada and Gummada junction. But the top leaders either did not turn up or escaped while the three women were caught. The Police brought them towards AP border and allegedly shot them dead.

Meanwhile, it was alleged that Modem Balakrishna, alias Bhaskar who is a member of Maoists’ Andhra Orissa Border State Committee and Daya escaped from the scene during the exchange of fire.                               The Hindu

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The Lalgarh Revolt a ‘Festival of the Masses’

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

lalgarh 123 4.j443By Cherag on Peoples Truth

What has been taking place in Lalgarh during the mid-June period was a festival of the masses. It is a festival the like of which was not seen anywhere else in our country for a long time. People who had been oppressed and humiliated for a long time have stood up with arms, with their heads held high like a mighty storm and are attacking their enemies, and destroying their property, annihilating the most hated among them. The CPI (M) leaders and cadres–the most trusted stooges of the ruling classes, the revisionists and most notorious of the reactionary elements have been rightly identified as the main enemies of the people and they are being dealt crushing blows with ferocity. Never in the wildest of dreams could these enemies of the people think that they would be reduced to such a fate in a state where they had been lording over for more than three decades with sky-kissing arrogance. The heroic people of Lalgarh have targeted those symbols of power—the most hated CPM leaders and goons, those social fascists, their party offices and property. It was a scene worth beholding.

Locals describe the CPM cadre as the government’s rampaging bull. Thirty-two years of CPM has brought about no change in their way of living they say. The dirty primary health centre is in abysmal condition, there is not even drinking water, people have to travel a long distance to get basic medical care, the public distribution system has collapsed, wages are low, there is no infrastructure and acute poverty stalks the land. The chief occupation is agriculture; but there is no irrigation. The pent up anger of the masses has now burst forth.

A Festival of the Masses

On June 14, 2009, the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities procession started from Lalgarh, covered 11 kms and took control of 48 villages including CPM party offices in Dharampur—an apparently invincible CPM citadel used by the CPM hermads (armed CPI (M) goon gangs) for launching armed attacks on the people. This was preceded by intense firing between the CPM goons and the Maoist fighters for five days in areas such as Dharampur, Jirapara, Hodhodi and Bhaudi. An unspecified number of CPM goons (around 14) have paid the last penalty for their misdeeds, many such goons left their homes from the battlefront and the Maoists, according to press reports, have seized the weapons left behind by the miscreants. Then they attacked Sijua, a CPM stronghold that would allow them easy access to the Jindal’s proposed steel plant site at Salboni. So decisive was the power shift in Dharampur that CPM zonal secretary Anuj Pandey, a resident of the village and notorious tyrant of that area, had to flee out of sheer panic. Read the rest of this entry »

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Unite Against Imperialist-Reactionary Onslaught!, Press statement from CPI ML ( Naxalbari),

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

Nepal Maoist flagsPRESS RELEASE

Recent agreements entered into by the Manmohan Singh government with the United States and Pakistan are sharp examples of its servile eagerness to please Washington. The surrender to US imperialist demands, formally according them a position of superiors entitled to inspect India’s defence establishments, as the price for acquiring arms, has thrown away even the figment of sovereignty. As for the Indo-Pak agreement also, the imperatives of US interests, related to Obama’s Afpak policy, has set the terms and pushed both these regimes to wave the peace flag.

But the matter goes beyond this obnoxious repetition of the Indian state’s comprador character, no matter which party or alliance rules from Delhi. Imperialism and local reaction are preparing the grounds for a massive step up in their attacks on the people; they are planning an onslaught with its spearhead aimed at the People’s War led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist). The signing of these agreements is tuned to this counter-revolutionary plan, worked out with close guidance from US imperialism. Read the rest of this entry »

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Orissa: 3-pronged attack on Maoists

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009


Bokaro, Aug. 11: Security forces comprising over 700 armed policemen and led by three superintendents of police have launched a three-pronged combing operation to flush out top Maoist leaders from the hilly forests nestled between Bokaro, Hazaribagh and Giridih.

The exercise, said to be one of the largest in recent times, is being monitored by two inspectors-general and director-general of police V.D. Ram, with the objective of apprehending rebel leaders like Navin Manjhi, Prabal Manjhi, Ranvir and Kundan Pahan, all of whom were said to be hiding in the area.

Launched yesterday, the combing operation is being led from three sides by Bokaro SP Laxman Singh, Hazaribagh SP Pankaj Kamboj and Giridih SP Asim Vikrant Minj along with CRPF’s 26th battalion commandant V.S. Sharma.

Operation flush-out is supposed to continue till it fetches results, said sources close to Hazaribagh DIG M.S. Bhatia and coal belt DIG Prashant Singh, who were monitoring the movements of their men using sophisticated communication equipment to guard against messages being intercepted by the rebels. Read the rest of this entry »

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Chhattisgarh:4 Maoists killed in encounter

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

NIZAMABAD  : CPI ( MAOISTS) KILLED IN ENCOUNTER : A bullet that exited from the body of a CPI( Maoist) lies over his body at the site of the encounter at the foothills of the Mannala Gutta in Nizamabad -Karimnagar Border in Andhra Pradesh on Monday . ---Photo: P. V. Sivakumar / 07-03-2005

NIZAMABAD : MAOISTS KILLED IN ENCOUNTER ?: body of a CPI( Maoist) activist lies over his body at the site of the encounter? at the foothills of the Mannala Gutta in Nizamabad -Karimnagar Border in Andhra Pradesh on Monday . ---Photo: P. V. Sivakumar / 07-03-2005

Srinivas Reddy

HYDERABAD: Security forces shot dead four Maoists in a gun battle at a place between Midtur and Pechapal villages in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh on Monday night.

The exchange, in which the security forces established an upper hand, was between nearly 100 Maoists and more than 300 security personnel.

Billed as the first success of the security forces in recent times, the operation was taken up jointly by the police teams of Dantewara and Bijapur districts, the Special Task Force and the CRPF.

The teams were returning to their base camp when they chanced upon the Maoists and the gun battle ensued near Kokodi Nala.

The police believe at least one woman naxalite was killed in the fighting. However, her comrades took the body away.

Several injured naxalites were also carried inside the jungles, the police said.

Security forces recovered bodies of four naxalites, a rifle, two country-made revolvers, three ‘tiffin’ bombs and a hand grenade from the scene.

“It was a heavy gun battle. Our forces fired nearly 1,500 rounds of ammunition and it lasted for over two hours,” Inspector General R.K. Vij told The Hindu from Raipur. The Hindu

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Armed action against internal unrest?

Posted by Admin on August 12, 2009

LAL_630_29Source: Vikash Priyadarshini

‘Lalgarh’ has once again brought forth the issue of Naxalism. Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh quoted Naxals as ‘the biggest threat’ to our internal security. Questions that need to be answered before we go deeper into the debate are: What is Naxalism? What is the ideology behind this movement? From where it started, who propagated it? Why people are being part of this movement? What is their objective? For whom are they sacrificing their lives? Who are their enemies – political parties, capitalists, government? What makes them fight?

Naxalism is like a black box which had not been explored properly for years. Numerous definitions and reasons have been given by the people across the world to this violent movement. However in Indian context, it can be summarized as ‘the anger of masses against oppression’.

About three fourth of Indian population reside in villages. And most of these villages are just unaware of India success story, as the development boom and the buzz have still not touched these villages at all. So how successful this development story has been for India? Should this development should be limited to the urban India or should it be extended to the masses, to the people who can appreciate the worth to each single penny?

For past 60 odd years central government had been making a lot of policies for the upliftment of these areas indeed a fortune had been spent on paper for development of these areas. But the policies are decided by the people sitting in huge offices sitting far away from the village and masses. Making a policy and getting it implemented are mutually exclusive events, with the corruption at its best in these areas all recourses dry out before reaching the ground level. If you look at the red corridor across India, you would find that these are the most backward areas of the country. All the development indexes are pointing to zero in these areas. The majority (as much as 70%) of people work as landless labourers in the fields. Social evils like caste system are still very dominant. Places of worship, houses of upper caste people, schools and health facilities are still out of bounds for these lower caste people. There is no voice of these people at any level or forums. They are treated as no-ones or non existents in the society at all times. Read the rest of this entry »

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