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Archive for September 21st, 2009

CPI (Maoists) formation day celebrations peaceful

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

BHUBANESWAR: The 6th formation day celebrations of the outlawed CPI (Maoists) are being passing peaceful in all most all leftwing insurgency hit districts of eastern Indian State of Orissa on Monday, senior Home Department officials said here.

“So, we have not receive any untoward incident from South-Western, Southern and Western police ranges of the State while situation in Malkangiri, Koraput and Rayagada was by and large peaceful till last reports came in,” a senior police official said.

On September 21, 2004, the Maoist Communist Centre of India (MCC), People’s War Group (PWG) and the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) had merged to form the outfit, which has since been wrecking havoc in Orissa and all its neighbouring States including Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal.

Likewise the People’s Guerrilla Army and People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army of the two organisations also unified and became a strong People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army.

Police sources said that the leftwing ultras have pasted posters and banners in several districts seeking for a grand armed struggle against the ruling class people.

The CPI (Maoist) are often referred to as Naxalites in reference to the Naxalbari insurrection by radical Maoists in West Bengal in 1967. The Centre on 22 June 2009 (Monday) banned the CPI (Maoist) under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, calling it a terrorist organization.

Following the ban, the Maoists will now be liable for arrested under the UAPA. They are barred from holding rallies, public meetings and demonstrations, and their offices if any,will be sealed and bank account frozen. All Voice

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Centre unleashes ad war against Maoists

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

Two posters, part of the publicity campaign launched by the district police against the CPI Maoist-and to wean away girijans from naxalism the posters and a brouchre are being release.

Two posters, part of the publicity campaign launched by the district police against the CPI Maoist-and to wean away girijans from naxalism. (File)

Vinay Kumar

NEW DELHI: Taking the fight against left-wing extremism to a new frontier, the Union Home Ministry has sought to actively involve the print media directly by issuing advertisements depicting “cold-blooded killings” of innocent citizens by naxalites.

The first in a series of advertisements appeared in all national dailies on Sunday which carried seven photographs of innocent women, men and children who were brutally killed by naxals over the past three years.

In a bid to silence criticism regarding the authenticity and credibility of these photographs, all the victims have been identified and their villages and dates of killings have also been mentioned. The advertisements carry the tagline “Naxals are nothing, but cold-blooded murderers.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Coming up in UP: Grenede-proof police stations in Maoist area

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

A mineproof vehicle carrying the CoBRA unit forces patrol into the jungles of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

A mineproof vehicle carrying the CoBRA unit forces patrol into the jungles of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Police (UPP) is set to bring up bullet-proof and bomb-resistant well-equipped state-of-the-art police station for the
three Naxal-affected districts in the state. Conceived on the lines of similar police stations constructed by the Andhra Pradesh Police (APP) in the Naxal belt of the state, these buildings will include some technical elements of grenade-proof bunkers.

The government is also toying with the idea of floating some 30 special police squads to fight naxals. The new force is expected to be stationed at Sonebhadra and pressed into service in the adjoining two districts of Chandauli and Mirzapur for operations.

To begin which, these new police stations will be equipped with double mode standby power-supply and ration for the staff to last at least 10 days in case of an emergency. It will have armouries housed in well-equipped strong rooms with hi-tech security locking system and automatic alarm system connected to the district police control room 24X7. Read the rest of this entry »

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Poverty forces youngsters to join Naxal Movement, says Maoist commander

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

A senior Naxalite commander known as Comrade Kosa addresses about 5,000 tribal militiamen and supporters at an April rally near Bastar, India

A senior Naxalite commander known as Comrade Kosa addresses about 5,000 tribal militiamen and supporters at an April rally near Bastar, India

Gaya, Sept 20 – ANI: A Maoist commander has said that poverty is forcing the poor to turn to become naxalites. Paramjit, a platoon commander of Maoists in Bihar, said until the Indian Government becomes pro-poor they would continue their fight against the state.

He said utter poverty and illiteracy forced the Maoists to take up arms. “We never used to get bread, cloth and house. We had no money for treatment. There is no education for the poor,” said Paramjit. Paramjit claimed that the Maoists are fighting for the rights of poor farmers and landless labourers and in turn the rural people give their support to the cause of rebels.

“We like the locals. They are everything for us,” added Paramjit. Paramjit further said that rebels who have been denied their basic rights are taking them by force. He accused the Indian security forces for carrying atrocities against the ‘poor’ and ‘helpless’ people. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh: Founder member of the CPI ML People’s War District unit Killed in Bengal

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

ATaleofTwoEncountersDehradunandBatlaHouse.php_6Three killed in Lalgarh, Ananya Dutta

KOLKATA: Three persons, including a founder member of the district unit of the erstwhile People’s War Group (PWG), were killed in separate incidents in the areas adjoining Lalgarh in West Bengal’s Paschim Medinipur district since Saturday night.

Asit Sarkar, who became a senior district leader of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) after the outfit was formed following the merger of the PWG with the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) in September 2004, was shot dead by unidentified persons at Garbeta, District Superintendent of Police Manoj Verma told The Hindu over telephone. Mr. Sarkar had been earlier arrested in 2004, but was later released.

Sarkar’s family accused CPM for his murder at Sandhipur in Garbeta. Asit’s brother Somenath alleged, “Two prominent CPM leaders had threatened my brother and ordered him to stay politically neutral. But Asit was involved in sourcing relief for the homeless of Krishnapur in Chandrakona. After he was shot dead, the criminals moved through the village openly, brandishing firearms.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Nandigram: Stop extorting money from CPM activists, Trinamul on Maoist notice

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

21boy.jpgTrinamul on Maoist notice

– Threat over Nandigram ‘extortion’ PRONAB MONDAL AND ANSHUMAN PHADIKAR

Boys eat in a relief camp in Nandigram.(Jahangir Badsa)

Sept. 20: Maoists have warned that Trinamul Congress activists in Nandigram will “pay with their lives” if they don’t stop threatening and extorting money from CPM activists.

A senior Maoist leader has said Trinamul workers in Nandigram who were “torturing” poor villagers just because they were CPM supporters would soon have to face verdict in the “people’s court”.

Nandigram, which was once a Left bastion, had become the launch pad for Trinamul’s resurgence after the land acquisition backlash that paid the Opposition party rich dividends in the panchayat and Lok Sabha elections.

During Mamata Banerjee’s land movement in Nandigram, the government and the CPM had often alleged that her party had the active support of the Maoists. Trinamul had dismissed such suggestions. Read the rest of this entry »

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