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Start talks, stop Operation Green Hunt: Arundhati Roy

Posted by Admin on April 25, 2010

The Imphal Free Press

by Seram Rojesh

NEW DELHI, April 24: In a public meeting organised by the Forum Against War on People at the Gandhi Peace Foundation on 24th April 2010, various organisations and individuals unequivocally demanded an immediate and unconditional stop to Operation Green Hunt and the plunder of people’s resources.

Prof. Randhir Singh, prominent political thinker and former Head of the Department of Political Science in University of Delhi, noted that “the present government has armed itself with all kinds of armed forces in its war against people. In many parts of the country the behaviour of the Indian state can only be described as a terrorist state.

Much has been made of the recent killing of 76 CRPF personnel in Dantewada. But what were they doing in that place? Is it not to repress the people and take away their land and resources to make way for the big corporations? People’s democratic verdict has been repeatedly flouted by the ruling classes.

So the people need extra-parliamentary sanctions to pursue the democratic aspirations of the people. Without extra-parliamentary sanction to defend, the people will not be able to fight for democracy.

What is happening in this country is part of a much larger story unfolding. Whether it is Congress or BJP, they are part of furthering the neo-liberal capitalist path of development. In contrast, the people’s alternative path of development has to be pursued and struggled for.”

Badshah Mandi from Jangalmahal (Lalgarh) in his speech stated that “Police is resorting to indiscriminate firing, torture, imprisonment and killing of the people of Lalgarh. Rape and torture is being used, people’s health centers built by the PCPA have been occupied by the paramilitary forces, the medicines have been taken away. Lalgarh has created an alternative to the governments run by the CPM, UPA or NDA, since the development policy of these governments is nothing but the policy of genocide. The sufferings of the adivasi people are the result of these government’s policies. The people of this country are suffering from state violence for more than last 60 years. The question of violence should not be reduced to armed struggle alone; the question is much deeper. The struggle is not between the Maoists and the paramilitary forces, but between the people and the Indian govt., between the ‘development’ polices of the government and people’s alternative development.” Aparna of the CPIML (New Democracy), gave more instances of atrocities on the people’s struggles all over the country in the name of fighting Naxalism/Maoism. People fighting for even their constitutionally mandated rights in Kosambi and Ghoorpur in Uttar Pradesh, Kalinganagar, Narayanpatna, Jagat Singhpur and Niyamgiri in Orissa are facing the brunt of this war on people. When people raise their voices against government’s pro-corporate policies, the government led by the Union Home Minister P Chidambaram sends armed forces to crush them.

The meeting also raised its opposition to the wars waged by the Indian state on the people of Kashmir and the North East. Malem of Committee for the Protection of Democracy, Manipur (CPDM) said, “We have been raising our voice against the Indian state’s war on people for a long time. The people’s struggle for freedom in Kashmir, Manipur, Nagalim, Asom and other places against the state is going on for many decades.

The military offensive waged by the Indian state must be immediately stopped.” Prof. Jagmohan the nephew of Shaheed Bhagat Singh pointed out that this war of the people against the anti-people policies against the anti-people character of the Indian government has reached Delhi through Kashmir, North East and the rest of the country as people have risen in revolt.

The disparities between the rich and the poor have become so intense and sharp that the genuine anger of the people cannot be held back for long.

Varvara Rao, the revolutionary poet reminded the audience of the violation of its constitutional obligations by the government. He said that the Naxalites have always showed keenness from 1987 till today to sit for talks with the government to address people’s basic issues like land, irrigation, education and health. But the government’s policies have failed to address the problems faced by the oppressed sections of the society. In comparison, the Naxalites/Maoists have established a pro-people alternative model of development.

Arundhati Roy asked, is the government ready for talks? The government is claiming that it is ready for talks, only the Naxalites are not interested. However the reality is that the government badly needs war, not peace.

The money generated by the mining industry can buy off the government, the political parties, thejudiciary, everything. This war is waged by Mr. Chidambaram on behalf of them. Who are the Maoists? They are the malnourished, hungry and poverty-stricken adivasis going through an acute struggle for survival. The government is using two guns to repress the people: ‘development’ and the media. The government is confident that similar to Telangana, Mizoram, Nagaland, Manipur or Kashmir, it will be able to crush the ongoing movements of the adivasis as well.

Calling for talks between Maoists and the government, writer Arundhati Roy on Saturday demanded an immediate ceasefire on both sides, formal halting of the combing operations and Operation Green Hunt, and resettling people who were rendered homeless in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada district.

Ms. Roy also demanded that details of memoranda of undertaking signed between the government and mining industries, involving tribal regions, be made public.

She was speaking at a public meeting here on ‘Indian state’s War on People and the Assault on Democratic Voices’.

It was organised by the Forum Against War on People, a forum of civil society organisations, parties, individuals and social activists.

While the death of CRPF personnel at the hands of the Maoists was saddening, one could not dismiss the alleged atrocities committed by the security personnel against tribals, Ms. Roy said.

Ms. Roy alleged that the government was not interested in talks as it claimed.

Randhir Singh, head of the Political Science department in Delhi University, said: “The political parties in India seem to have decided that neo-liberal capitalism is the way to proceed. The kind of development the government is practising in tribal areas can be labelled ‘developmental terrorism’.”

The challenge for the Maoists was to provide a viable alternative mode of development as opposed to the modes proposed by the ruling classes, he said.

Giving an account of the situation in West Bengal’s Lalgarh, activists claimed that owing to the presence of the joint security forces, people could not venture out to earn their livelihoods. They were routinely tortured on suspicion of being Maoists, and their women were harassed.

‘Great deal of trouble’

“Operation Green Hunt is causing a great deal of trouble. People are arrested without warrants, peaceful rallies are fired upon, women are insulted and basic health facilities are not available. The government does not allow anyone to enter this zone as it does not want its wrongdoings exposed,” said activist Badshah Mandi, who also claimed that developmental facilities built by the People’s Committee against Police Atrocities were routinely destroyed.

B.D. Sharma, former Commissioner of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission, said the basic conflict could be rooted in ownership of resources. “While the government behaves as if it owns the land, the tribals have traditional rights to the land.” According to the Supreme Court, the government did not have the right to hand over tribal land to others, he said.

Poet Varavara Rao said talks should take place between the government and the Maoists, in the same way the exercise was made possible between the Maoists and the Andhra Pradesh government with media and civil society efforts. However, “it is not possible for anyone to condone Maoist violence.”

Slams media

Speakers alleged that the media had not been accurate in reporting and presenting an analysis of the events related to the Maoists. Stress was laid on simultaneously calling a halt to “state atrocities on people” as well as Maoist violence.

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6 Responses to “Start talks, stop Operation Green Hunt: Arundhati Roy”

  1. Ritabrata Chakraborty said

    I think, Govt. will not take any step regarding talking with these tribal. So, we must bring our words up to Govt. So, Here in Kolkata we have to arrange frequently public meetings regarding this serious issue.Any forum who already formed for fight with these Capitalist Govt. must informed us or we, the people of these state, who think about that, must be accompanied under a roof, for give our support to these tribal people.
    Otherwise we can not make any change.
    Also, there would be another option, which already have taken some people, for fight with these tribal. We know that process. Yes, there would be some mistake,but in these way they can gather experience. They are now more experienced than before. And Mao Zedong told “From unexperienced to experienced one must go through a process”

  2. On the basis of the thought-provoking reports, let me bring in the related issues that may help my Arsha Bharata come out as a model for the world as the largest welfare-state democracy.
    This post is a piece — written early, modified on May 21, 2010, modified on May 23, modified on May 24 — taken from my novel being written.
    Kobad Ghandy, a very high ranking Maoist, alumnus of Doon school, classmate of Sanjay Gandhi, member of a wealthy family in Mumbai, was arrested in Delhi, in September last year, for being concerned for poor people and for devoting his entire life time to uplift them, especially the Jungly Animals, the native Sindhustanis! He is still in Jail. How many years — if Binayak Sen spent two years there?
    Rajeesh of Hindu reported on May 2 on the demonstrations of thousands of tribals demanding the Govt to stop Green Hunt.
    According to the NEWSWING, the Union Minister of State for Agriculture on May 7, 2010, informed Rajya Sabha that upto 31st March, 2010, NABARD had sanctioned 191 horticultural projects in 22 states and some union territories. The outlay is Rs. 543.6 Crores — 512 Crores being grant — covering 1.56 lacs tribal families. The project duration ranges from 5-7 years, providing the grant ranging between Rs. 40000/- and 45000/- per family. Four projects in Jharkhand covered 4,000 tribal families. Under a TDF project 500-1000 tribal families are covered with 1000 acres of orchard plantation in clusters. . .
    My view on the Minister’s revelations:
    The amount not exceeding 45,000/- is small, I believe. Still, something is better than nothing, I agree.
    Even if the exaggerated figure of 1.56 lac (0.156 million) families are covered, the uncovered families are 19.844 million families — if the total tribal population is 100 million out of the 1.3 billion Sindhians.
    ———
    My request to Binayak Sen, Arundhati Roy and all intellectuals who are on their wavelengths:
    You are not Maoists, I know; you sympathize with Maoists.
    Dear Ma`am and Sirs,
    Call a meeting of yours. Request Kishenji to take part. Please try to bring about a change in his attitudes.
    Oh, dear Kishenji!
    Throw away your gun after the meeting. Get a PIED PIPE. Playing the pipe you can lure the ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY crore Indians, including the 70 crore who are the poorest in the world. Play the pipe to your supporters in JNU first and plead to them, “March with me to New Heaven And New Earth, not to the BAY OF BENGAL, not even to Dandi.” They will follow you; those in other Us will follow them; Karat will follow; Mohanji will; Rahulji will; the “one hundred and thirty” will. You will become the Planet’s Gandhi of the twenty-first century. Only you from Sindhustan — at this moment — can be that Gandhi. If you pooh-pooh me, that clever school girl of USA will become the Planet’s Gandhi, who asked her President, “Among the ones reincarnated, whom will you eat with?”, for which she got the reply, “I shall eat with Gandhi only, even though he may discourage me from filling my stomach beyond capacity!” — after which only the President proudly proclaimed to his white compatriots, “I’m a black man,” though his mother was white!
    Kishenji!
    I am not pooh-poohing you.
    Even if you succeed with your gun, your fate will not be different from that of Mengistu Haile Mariam of Ethiopia — that “Napoleon the Junior” of Orwell — where my innocent students had heartily-wrongly taken part in the revolution, whom I had been teaching after I taught in Kenya where I happened to meet and talk to Barack Hussein Obama Sr., THE FATHER OF THE Jr WHOSE SOLE HERO IS GANDHI, both drinking Russian Vodka, sitting on the opposite sides of a table in a Patel’s bar in Nairobi, an hour after OBAMA’s MAN TOM MBOYA was shot dead by Jomo Kenyatta’s man, so the news in Hindi was secretly revealed to me by Mr. Patel — with a warning, “Run back home; I’m going to close the bar because somebody said a hired Patel has done that, after which he has taken his flight to South Africa” — Obama wondering at the nonsense going on between the two Sindhians.
    Poor Patel! Somebody had just rumoured to him! Kenyatta’s man was a Kikuyu.
    Kishenji, Kenyatta’s act had a resemblance to the one of Napoleon of the ANIMAL FARM who had arranged the killing of Snowball who had fled to the New World, am I right?
    What happened to Napoleon’s Animal Farm?
    You want to be a Napoleon? Or a Snowball of Napoleon? Or a Gandhi of Godse?
    Be a Gandhi of Godse, Sir. I’m 77, Sir.

  3. Let me go ahead with my yearning put on show in the previous comment.
    Digvijay Singh has a soft corner for Qinists*. I can understand.
    Rahul has soft corner for poor tribals, SCs, STs, Kalavati, Bill Gates, . . . People laugh at him, I know. Even Karat and Yechury ridicule him. All think he is after popularity.
    Is he a person to be hated?
    All people are after popularity and/or money, all over the world.
    Then why can’t our people — Digvijay Singh, Rahulji, Soniaji, Mohanji, Anthony, Mayaji, Nitishji, Naveenji, Mamataji, . . . — be after p and/or m? Only they can save the NEO-MANOR FARM of Mohanji.
    Otherwise it will turn into the Animal Farm of Orwell where Napoleon butchered fifty million animals.
    Or it will turn into the HWANG HO FARM of QIN:
    Qin — standing on a platform in a huge rye field and facing the countless mass of animals — had ordered them: “Eat less, LEAP FORWARD, march fast and arrive at HWANGHOPIA where is spread out your OPIA.” The animals leaped forward, forward, forward. They reached the edge of a cliff. Result? A major fraction didn’t know that they were leaping down into the fathomless marsh. The CATCHER IN THE RYE hadn’t turned up! End result? Drowning of sixty million animals!
    Thank God a huge majority didn’t leap down! The survivors made a long round-trip — in effect a GREAT LONG LEAP BACKWARD; and reached the starting point from where DENG SHI HUANG took them forward.
    Deng could do so because his shortness was admired by the animals, which had been once ridiculed by Qin — which they had hated:
    Deng had once stood up in the PIG’s ASSEMBLY showing the rest that he was voting against a QIN LAW put to be voted through; and Qin said, “Unanimously passed, since none of you are standing up.” Deng raised his hand in protest. Qin said, “Oh, you’re not only sitting but also congratulating me!”
    How about Modiji, Mr. Mehta? He does a lot to help people, I know. But to me, he is dangerous; I can’t worship him; he is more dangerous than the Qinists.
    * Qin – Mao

  4. Still another comment from me:
    Chapter Seven – 7 — of the novel being written by me — comprises my views on Sindhu as the nation of humans and humanoids-working-as-animals. The humans belong to the richest in the world. They have become rich by starving and exploiting the majority of in the world. The starving and exploited humanoids-working-as-animals work for them.

    Let me present it.

    The actual humanoid population — population of humans and of animals who do jobs that humans do — of the Sindhustani Neo-Manor Farm is about 130 crore of which 60 crore are humans and 70 are animals, so I read from newspapers.

    Let my green-mind’s eye work. Let me explain the simple-reliable pieces of information collected by my eye — with my Sindhustani humanoid-farmer’s simple arithmetic, and simple proficiency in economics and social demographics.

    Let the humanoid population of Mohanji’s Neo-Manor Farm be, and remain at, 1 billion (100 crore), until March 31 of this fiscal year — excluding: the kids born and to be born this fiscal year; the aged ones of the population that died and will pass away; and all those like me doing absolutely-no-work for the concerned humanoid families, being ready to pass away.

    Hey, novelist! Don’t treat me as a stupid person; the premise flaunted is not out of my stupidity; it is out of simplicity of this farmer-statistician.

    Out of this 1 billion, let us assume: that 600 million humanoids — housewives, children and each one of the elders acting as a housewife-child-combined — do only home-working; that they feed on what is earned by 400 million workers, two in a family working for five on an average — 1 for 2.5.

    We Sindhian population of the Neo-Manor Farm comprises a diverse mass. We include Mukesh Ambani, Azim Premji, Sudha Murthy, Amar Singh, Mayaji, Sharukh Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Arundhati roy, my son, my wife, kangaroo-Munyappa-the-auto-driver, his wife kangaroo Gowri our domestic servant, her kangaroo parents and siblings in rural Karnataka far away . . ., the jungli animals in Bengal in regions such as Midnapore . . ., and similar ones in jungles in Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Orissa and Andhra . . . Our actual (not exaggerated) average per capita income, applicable to the current financial year, is ~ Rs. 40,000. It works out to: Rs. 100,000 as the average earning of one of our workers (40,000 X 2.5); and Rs. 40 trillion as the GDP, the yearly national income.

    The value of one Usa $ in the foreign exchange market was Rs. 46.31 on Friday. Let this farmer’s imagination take into account: the previous turmoils in the market; and an expected lack of confusion in the near future. Imagining so, I take the current rate as the average rate for this financial year. If so, the average earning of one of our workers is ~ Usa $ 2,159; and the nation’s income for this year is $ 864 billion.

    In fact, the exchange rate has been calculated in a very stupid way.

    For example:

    The fact is that: one dollar can buy in Chicago, in the “early apple season”, one medium-sized apple of average quality; I must take Rs. 46.31 there to buy that typical apple for my daughter Pat; I can buy four apples of that size and quality for my Sarah in Bangalore in the early apple season of India.

    The genuine (not exaggerated) currency exchange rate must be @ ~ Rs 12 per $ — the rate virtually approved by the International Monetary Fund, based on the ppp (purchasing power parity).

    The genuine yearly national income is, then, Usa $ 3,333.333333333 billion which is ~ $ 3.333 trillion.

    The ppp will be the same for the next year, I believe.

    Basing on various claims of our experts, I claim: Sindhian per capita income will jump t0 Rs. 45,000 by next year — to ~ $3.750 trillion as the national income.

    By “~” I mean “approximately”.

    ———-

    Basing purely on ppp and on my farmer’s proficiency, let me do the calculations on the jump.

    The jump will be from:

    per capita income of Rs. 926.2 million — ~ $77.2 million — applicable to 10,000 humans haut en haut, en haut [ high up, up ];

    per capita income of Rs. 46.31 million — ~ $3.86 million — pertinent to 90,000 humans jaloux [jealous];

    pci of Rs. 4.631 million — ~ $0.386 million — earned by 0.9 million humans flamboyant [grandiose];

    and pci of Rs. 463,100 — ~ $38,592 — pocketed by 9 m humans clinquant [glitzy].

    That means:

    The average daily income of a human being of the first group of 10,000 is Rs. 2.54 million; the daily wage of each worker in that category is more than Rs. 6 million; and the daily income of a family is more than Rs. 12 million.

    AND

    The combined workforce of four million humans working at the top of our pyramid, working for ten million including themselves, take home ~ Rs. 21.77 trillion (~ $1.814 trillion) annually. In other words, the per capita income of the first 10 million out of the 1000 million Sindhians is Rs. 2,177,000; the average daily income of a human being of that ten million is about Rs. 5,960.30 ($496.69); the daily wage of each worker in that category is Rs.14,900.75; and the daily income of a five-member family of a couple of husband-and-wife-workers is Rs. 29, 801.50.

    One-tenth of this daily family income ($248.35 ~ $250) of the richest Sindhians is the daily-family-income of a run of the mill Sindhian nurse working in the Usa, along with her hubby doing some sundry job there, together working for, say, five members of the family — with their two school-going children and the mother of the nurse.

    Let me make crystal clear the figures of the run of the mill nurse:

    With this daily income, the nurse and family live a life there as if they were living sort of upper middle class life with Rs. 3,000 per day amongst the Humanoids in Sindhu.

    And with its ten times, our ten million humans — the first category of our humanoids — are living a swanky upper-class Usa life in Sindhu.

    ———-

    Look! Out of this category of humans that we are talking about, there are those who are very, very rich! Well, I shouldn’t be jealous of them.

    The second sub-category of ninety thousand Sindhian humans — well, I can’t describe — have a daily family income of Rs. 633,949.35

    The third sub-category of nine hundred thousand are Up-Upper Class humans, earning a daily family income of Rs. 63,394.93.

    The last sub-category of 9 million humans are only towards Upper Class! — making a daily family income of Rs. 6,339.49.

    ———-

    Ah, in a nutshell: 1000 million humanoids-combine of Sindhustan together can make only Rs. 40 trillion (40,000 billion).

    Ten Thousand humans (0.001% of the total humanoids) amass Rs. 9,262 billion (23.2% of Sindhu’s amassing).

    Ten million humans (1% of the population) — including the 10,000 above — together make Rs. 21,770 billion (54.4 % of Sindhu’s making). Mr. Novelist, I prefer to call these humans anti-Sindhians.

    ———-

    The remaining nine hundred and ninety million humanoids (99% of the population) together make 18,230 billion only (45.575% of Sindhu’s making).

    Let me consider the Sindhian humans of these humanoids now. They are 450 million.

    Ninety millions first. How much do they earn?

    Their per capita income is Rs. 56,310 ~ $4692.50; together they make Rs. 5.0679 trillion; their daily family income is ~ Rs. 770.84.

    The daily family income of a run of the mill nurse and her husband in Sindhu together is less than two-third of this figure — not more than that.

    Though humans, I prefer to call the next section of humans — 100 million — the workhorses. Their pci is Rs. 40,100 ~ $3341.67; together they make Rs. 4.01 trillion; the daily family income of that category is ~ Rs. 548.94. Even this figure is a bit higher than a run of the mill nurse and her hubby can together make in Sindhu.

    The next category of 260 million humans — whom I jokingly call buffaloes — have Rs. 16,615 as the pci; they make Rs. 4.32 trillion; their daily family income is ~ Rs. 227.45; definitely, lower than half of what a run of the mill nurse and her hubby together make.

    ———-

    Now the animals who do jobs that humans do:

    The per capita income for 200 million Birds of Sindhustan is Rs. 14,400; they make Rs. 2.88 trillion; and their daily family income is ~ Rs. 197.13

    And the remaining 340 million cattle make Rs. 1.9521 trillion; their pci is Rs. 5741; their daily family income is ~ Rs. 78.59.

    ———-

    What will be the new figures — after the jumps from this year to the next?

    The per capita income of the top category of humans will go up by 20%; that of their first sub-category will jump by 30%!

    The per capita income of the cattle will go up from Rs. 5,741 to Rs. 5,913 — by 3%.

    I shall not ask silly questions on issues such as depreciation of money value. Enough of boring arithmetic!

    Let us ignore the issues affecting families of the cattle, such as over-milking of the cows, neglect of the calves, overuse of the bullock-carts and butchering of the old cattle.

    Each head of the cattle that is provided enough-and-not-enough grass & hay at the shed — including groundnut-cake given seldom or occasionally — at the cost of Rs. 15.72/day this year — will get stuff worth Rs. 16.195/day next year.

    ———
    “Oh, no!” say some economists. Our GDP will be nearly 5 trillion, so they claim. If so, the daily per capita income of cattle will be ~ Rs. 19.00, I believe, and of a member of the top 10,000 humanoids of Sindhustan will be Rs. 3,296,536.62

  5. sohail said

    mr. Kuruvilla M U ………
    it seems tht u r nt interested in the ground realities bt instead in the calculations which r and which were being made from the last thousand of years by people like u bt of no use sir………… instead cramming these type of calculations go and visit those sindhustanis or animals (acc. to u), what is their plight… it is very easy to sit in the ac room of ur house nd write such novels…. bt it is very difficult to go out there nd try to make something out of nthing sir ji………… nd about ur mr DENG, the progress shown by the world media about the china being making from past many years, it is the crop which was sown by QIN in those 25 years of his rule….. if he would have listened to those like DENG while passing out any law in the assembly thn china would nt have been what it is now sir ji…………. jaago sir ji…. u were being sleeping in ur 77 years life span sir, wake up nd face the hard realities…..

  6. AJIT KUMAR said

    NH47 expansion to 45 metres and the displaced ones
    Dear All, the plight of many of these people are not being heard because all the political parties in kerala want to seen as pro development .Instead of building a costal highway which will not break homes and disrupt peoples livelihood they want to build a source of income for the BOT and toll operator of the project . If they still want to continue with the Nh47 expansion then the right of revenue should bestow on the people who loose their land and livelihood . which should be done through a cooperative society or a SPV floated for the purpose .The right to collect toll should go to this cooperative society

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