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Archive for August 15th, 2009

SHRC seeks report on injured Maoist’s custody

Posted by Admin on August 15, 2009

HYDERABAD: Even as the family members of CPI-ML (Maoist) Srikakulam district secretary S Kistaiah alias Daya, who is reportedly in the custody of the anti-Naxal force, Greyhounds, demanded that he be produced in the Court, the AP State Human Rights Commission (APSHRC) today directed Vizianagaram SP Y Gangadhar to submit a report on the matter by tomorrow.

Daya was said to have been injured in an encounter in which three woman Maoists were killed on the Andhra- Orissa-Border (AOB) recently.Sources said that the combing parties of Greyhounds could nab him as he was in no position to move.

The police, however, denied that Daya was in their custody.“Daya should be produced in the court immediately If anything happens to him, only the State Government will be responsible.

The Home Minister should give a reply on this matter,’’ Daya’s mother S Chandramma said.The elderly woman approached the APSHRC this morning and submitted a petition to APSHRC chairman B Subhashan Reddy based on which he issued directions to the district SP.“I came to know (about Daya being in police custody) only this morning,’’ she said.

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Martyrs week: A report from Orissa

Posted by Admin on August 15, 2009

Martyrs colum-040003THE 36TH death anniversary of Naxalite leader Charu Mazumdar ended after a week-long commemoration on August 3. CPI (Maoists) leaders encouraged tribals at a public meeting close to Chhatishgarh (bordering Malkangiri district of Orrisa) to work hard in the fields for better paddy production, to maintain cleanness in their villages and to always drink boiled water.

Opposing the Government Policy of introducing country liquor, the Naxal leaders urged the tribals who attended the meeting to stop consumption and sale of liquor for the better cause. As many as 70 permanent pillars were erected to remember their comrades in Malkangiri district and 500 temporary pillars were erected by their followers and sympathisers. They even gave a call to people join its Liberation Guerrilla Arm to fight for the better society.

Posters were pasted on important junctions in remote villages under Mathili block urging the village heads, ward members, block and zilla parishad chairmen to ensure that the CRPF would not enter tribal villages for a combing operation. They also warned the elected representatives that if they failed to do so, they would be eliminated.

The Maoists even decided to blow up the bridge on river Kolab at Kiang inaugurated by the then chief minister of Orrisa, Biju Patnaik. This bridge strengthens the communication facilities for about seven panchayats including Tentuligumma, the residential village of a great tribal freedom fighter Laxman Nayak who was hanged to death in 1942. They also barred construction of a school building at Chitrakopa under Kamarapalli Gram Panchayat of Mathili Block under DPEP Funds as they suspected that the building would house police camps and not school children.

In a separate incident, the Maoists also condemned the brutal killing of three tribal youth from one family due to their suspected affiliation with a rebel faction.

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Maoists call Black Day today

Posted by Admin on August 15, 2009

Express News Service

ROURKELA: The CPI (Maoist) outfit has given a call to observe Independence Day as ‘Black Day’. Secretary of the Dakshin Chhota Nagpur Committee of the outfit identified only as Samarjee over telephonic communication intimated to some local newspaper offices about the outfit’s diktat.

Samarjee acting as spokesperson for the outfit said the ‘so-called’ freedom was meant for capitalist forces while the poor and downtrodden were yet to be freed from the bondage and taste the fruit of real freedom. Exhorting all to hoist black flags he warned the violators would be punished severely.

Security forces in the Sundargrh district on the Orissa-Jharkhand border continue to be on high alert for the Independence Day tomorrow

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Starvation claims five lives in drought-hit Bihar districts

Posted by Admin on August 15, 2009

LAL_630_30Shoumojit Banerjee

PATNA: Starvation has claimed five lives in two drought-afflicted districts in Bihar, despite measures taken by the State government to provide 1.26 crore food grains to Below Poverty Line (BPL) families.

A woman and her infant died in Jhanwatola village in Nalanda district on Wednesday. The deceased, Phulmati Devi, who belonged to the Maha Dalit community, was a farm labourer.

Sources said that despite being “yellow-card” holders, Maha Dalit families in the village were out of work for months and were not provided rations.

Meanwhile, three people have died in Jehanabad district due to acute hunger in the last three days. The deceased were identified as Kunti Devi, Charittar Dom, and Janardan Mahto. Read the rest of this entry »

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CPI-ML Fast-unto-Death Dharna Ends

Posted by Admin on August 15, 2009

CPI-ML Fast-unto-Death Dharna Ends. Photo by Shashi UttamPatna: August 11, 2009

The 2-day fast-unto-death by the Communist Party of India (ML) activists in Patna came to an end on Tuesday when party leaders Prof. Nawal Kishore Chowdhary and CPI-ML politburo member Ramjatan Sharma offered them fruit juice urging them to cancel their fast.

The members of the party had been on fast since last Sunday to press for their demands including stepping up on flood and drought relief efforts in Bihar, lowering the crime rate in the state, and implementation of the recommendations made in the Land Reform Commission report.

“The NDA government led by Nitish Kumar is a government of big landowners and land thieves where the welfare of the poor, dalits, and backwards have no place in the society,” said Sharma. Read the rest of this entry »

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