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Martyrs

Sidhu Soren, CC Member of PCPA, CPI Maoist leader

Sidhu Soren, CC Member of PCPA Martyred on 26-07-2010, Goaltore - Lalgarh

Azad alias C. Rajkumar, PB Member of CPI(Maoist) Picked up from Nagpur and killed in a Fake encounter on 2.07.2010 near Jogapur in Adilabad district about 300 kilometers from Hyderabad

Lalmohan Tudu was picked up from his house by the West Bengal police and shot dead on 22.2.2010

Lalmohan Tudu, President of thePCPA was picked up from his house by the West Bengal police and shot dead on 22.2.2010

Sakamuri Appa Rao, AP state committee member of CPI (Maoist) martyred in a fake encounter on 11.03.2010

Sakamuri Appa Rao, AP state committee member of CPI (Maoist) martyred in a fake encounter on 11.03.2010

CPI(Maoist) Central Committee Member Patel Sudhakar Reddy Martyred on May 23, 2010.He was arrested in Nashik and  killed in Warangal district.

CPI(Maoist) Central Committee Member Patel Sudhakar Reddy Martyred on May 23, 2009. He was arrested in Nashik and killed in Warangal district of AP

Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangh (CMAS),  President Wadeka Singana  killed in police firing on 20th November 09 during a protest by its members in Narayanpatna, Orissa.

Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangh (CMAS), President Wadeka Singana killed in police firing on 20th November 09 during a protest by its members in Narayanpatna, Orissa.

Ajayda, Central Committee Member of CPI(Maoist)
Central Committee Member of CPI(Maoist), the beloved and respected senior leader  passed away suddenly on 15th August 2007 due to severe attack of cerebral malaria. Comrade Ajayda was attacked by malaria in the first week of August after his return from one of the Guerrilla Zones where he had gone to attend an important meeting.

Comrade Shamsher Singh Sheri, alias comrade Sher Singh Sheri, alias com. K.S., a Central Committee and Polit Bureau member of the CPI (Maoist) martyred on Oct. 30, 2005. The dangerous disease of cerebral malaria-jaundice combine attacked him in the harsh conditions of underground life, which got aggravated over time, and ultimately resulted in his death.

Com. Prasad CPI(Maoist) Central Committee Member

On May 23 2009, 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 CPI Maoist, and another district-level comrade Venkatayya alias Prasanna, were arrested by the SIB goons of Andhra Pradesh, were brutally tortured and murdered in the early hours of 24th. They were arrested from Nashik city in Maharashtra. The dead bodies of two comrades were thrown in the forest near Lavvala in Tadwai mandal of Warangal district and the usual story of an encounter was floated.


12 Responses to “Martyrs”

  1. Antonio said

    Honor y gloria al proletariado y al pueblo de la India, La sangre no destruye la tierra, sino la riega.

    Dar la vida por el partido y la revolución.

  2. google poogle said

    long live martyrs!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. amol azad said

    lal slaam martyrs.. you can die but ur thinking and your views can not die…

  4. Sanjay Baral said

    Andhra Pradesh police killed top Maoist leader Cherikuri Rajkumar alias Azad, an engineering postgraduate, on July 2 last year in an alleged fake encounter just three days after Naxalites mowed down 27 CRPF jawans at Narayanpur in Chhattisgarh.

    Less than a fortnight ago, the Supreme Court entertained activist Swamy Agnivesh’s petition which sought a judicial probe into Azad’s killing. The court issued notice to the government and said, “We cannot allow the Republic to kill its children.”

    The court’s unease at the mention of fake encounter was in sync with its post-Emergency sensitivity towards fundamental rights, portrayed lucidly in the Maneka Gandhi case by the same judges who had in ADM Jabalpur case chosen to look the other way when Justice H R Khanna’s monumental dissent was the lone voice on inviolability of right to life.

    The court’s abhorrence towards the alleged wanton killing of Azad was also in tune with its robust monitoring of Sohrabuddin fake encounter case. It displayed the importance the constitutional court attaches to right to life guaranteed to all citizens under Article 21, which says “no person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law”.

    The expression ‘person’ in Article 21 must include security personnel engaged in anti-Naxalite operations in the forests of West Bengal, Orissa and Chhattisgarh. They too have been killed. Though we can term it as occupational hazard for securitymen, will their mothers, widows and children not question the Republic for their irreparable loss?

    Azad was declared a threat to society and carried a reward of Rs 12 lakh on him. The same Andhra policemen who could have claimed the reward money could now be charged with murder. As the alleged fake encounter evoked sharp reactions from activists, one must sample the incidents from Maoist hotbeds months before Azad’s killing: February 15: Maoists fired indiscriminately at Silda camp of Eastern Frontier Rifles (EFR) in West Midnapore district of Bengal killing 24 paramilitary personnel April 4: A landmine blast triggered by Maoists killed 11 securitymen of anti-Naxal special operation group in Orissa’s Koraput district April 6: An estimated 700 armed Naxalites killed 75 CRPF men in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. A shocked home minister P Chidambaram said, “Something has gone very wrong” May 17: Naxalites blew up a bus in Chingawaram on Dantewada-Sukma road in Chhattisgarh killing 30, including 15 special police officers . The dead included women and children

    Something has really gone very wrong. For, no activist raised a banner of sympathy for the dead personnel who while attempting to establish rule of law were mowed down by those who had no regard for others’ right to life. In a no-holdsbarred war in Maoist controlled territories, 10,268 people , including civilians, security personnel and Naxalites, were killed during 2005-10 . One is not arguing that security personnel, expected to abide by rule of law in the face of gravest provocations, can resort to fake encounters.

    But, increasingly, authorities are finding it difficult to arrest the growing human tendency for revenge among the personnel, some of whom lose their bearing after witnessing periodic killings of colleagues in unfriendly terrain.
    Can the Republic allow such killings to go on? When a securityman kills a Naxalite , except according to procedure established by law, he will face possible murder charges. He should. But for how long as he sees his colleagues get butchered in Naxalite ambushes. Sooner the Republic finds answers, the better it is.

    • Sanjay Baral said

      Why have you kept a approval moderation component rats

    • R R Krishna Kishore said

      yes it is correct absolute
      violence by leftist insurgencies must be condemned on par with violence by security personnel
      azad encounter ensued a spate of petitions in courts
      this presents how powerful and independent our legal system is
      but we couldnot file petitions for maoist atrocities and killings
      FIRs booked and files probably dont move to courts

  5. Abhay said

    This is very heartening for the young people like us that atleast there is somebody who is helping the poorest of poor and campaigning against the expolitation of natural resources which belongs to the country. I am also a victim of monopolistic practices of rich and resourceful. I extend my support for the movement and help it in the apparently legal way.

  6. Indian said

    I wonder why these people have been termed as martyrs. They are the killers of humanity and enemies of their own people in the land of India.

  7. stt said

    lalsalam commreds YOU NEVER DIES LIVES IN OUR MIND

  8. babu chathan said

    naxalism,maoism and marxism all are absolutly failed and obseleted.stalin killed million of million poor farmers and labours naxals killed poor tribals in dandakaranya ,and destroyed school where studying in childrens of poor tribals. fell down arms and come back main streem

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