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Hello, Bastar — The Untold Story of India’s Maoist Movement By Rahul Pandita

Posted by Admin on June 19, 2011


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When Ganapathi and Kishenji took to Arms

 Hindustan Times

The following is an edited extract from the chapter, The Return of the Spring Thunder. Situated on the southern edge of the Adilabad district, Tappalpur appeared to be a quiet village. But a group of about a dozen men, who lay low outside a mansion on the evening of 25 September 1976, knew that it was not quite so. The village was ruled by the 65-year-old landlord GV Pithambar Rao, one-time MLA, who now devoted all his time to managing the affairs of his lands.

The Velama caste to which Rao belonged was known for its aversion to engaging in any form of productive work. In fact, there is a saying about the Velamas that even if burning coals land on their thighs, they would expect their bonded labourers to remove them instead of saving themselves.

Around that time, 14 per cent of Adilabad’s population was tribal, with Gonds constituting three-quarters of it. The district was also home to the Sringareni collieries, the biggest in south India. But only about six to seven per cent of their employees were tribals. Big industrial houses had business interests here in products such as coal and bamboo.

There was a lot of unrest among the landless poor, who were at one time landowners but had lost their land to money-lenders, who had come from Maharashtra and other parts of Andhra Pradesh. In many cases, the poor tribals had cleared large tracts of forest land for agriculture, after paying bribes to the revenue and forest officials.

Later, the same forest department officials began evacuating the tribals from the forest area, denying them even the little sustenance that came through cultivation.

It was in such circumstances, Naxalites allege, that rich landlords like Pithambar Rao made life even more difficult for the poor. Rao had been on the hit list of the Naxalites for some time — according to a rebel who was a part of the hit team — because of his alleged cruel ways of dealing with the poor peasants of Tappalpur.

The Naxalites accuse him of being drunk on money and political power, and of committing a number of atrocities including the raping of womenfolk. The Naxalites even go to the extent of saying that in those days no family would agree to a marriage alliance for their daughter from anyone in Tappalpur because of Rao’s reputation.

Apart from this, the Naxalites had another major axe to grind with Pithambar Rao. In 1972, two peasants, Bhumaiah and Kishta Goud were arrested for murdering a landlord in Adilabad, and were later sentenced to death. Civil rights groups had tried their best to save them from the gallows (even Sartre had demanded their release) but in the middle of the Emergency, on 1 December 1975, the two were hanged in the Mushirabad jail-becoming the first to be hanged in free India (after Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse). Read the rest of this entry »

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LIST OF POLICE KILLINGS IN DANDAKARANYA (From 10 Aug 2009) IN OPERATION GREEN HUNT

Posted by Admin on June 12, 2011



(Updated on June 1, 2011. Yet, it’s incomplete as we are still unable to record every incident of killing taking place almost on a daily basis. Some incidents of killings have completely gone unreported. Some people were abducted and their whereabouts were not revealed till now by police.)

SO, OUR STRAIGHT QUESTION IS WHY THIS HUE AND CRY OVER KILLINGS OF POLICE, SPO AND PARAMILITARY FORCES, WHO ACTUALLY ARE THE MERCILESS KILLERS OF INNOCENT ADIVASI PEOPLE?

AND WHY NOT ‘NO TEARS’ ON THESE LIVES LOST (GIVEN BELOW)?

DO ASK THE RULERS OF OUR COUNTRY WHO RECITE ‘DEMOCRACY’ AND ‘CONSTITUTION’ ON EVERY BREATH…

WHO HAD KILLED THESE PEOPLE AND WHY?

POLICE KILLINGS IN DANDAKARANYA (From 10 Aug 2009) IN OPERATION GREEN HUNT

Date

No. of People Killed

Name

Sex/Age

Native Village

Site of killing

Block/ District

How were they killed?

10-Aug-09

6

Oyam Sagar

M/30

Vecham

Between Oukyam and Vecham villages

Bijapur

All were caught and shot dead. Out of them the only girl Somli was our unarmed comrade. Rest were innocent peasants

Emla Pandru

M/25

Choukanpal

Hapka Lingu

M/25

Tati Lakmu

M/25

Etepadu

Tati Aitu

M/45

Karam Somli

F/16

Timmenar

13-Aug-09

2

Madkam Sannu

M/45

Keshmundi

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

Killed in fake encounter

Podiyam Somdu

M/30

7-Sep-09

1

Kunjam Bhima

M

Duvvalkarka

Duvvalkarka

Dantewada

caught and shot dead

7-Sep-09

1

Madkam Raju

M/20

Timmenar

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

8-Sep-09

4

Sodi Sona

M/55

Gollagudem

Gollagudem

Dantewada

caught and shot dead but encounter not declared

Sodi Bheemal

M/45

Sodi Aite

F/25

Madivi Deval

M/50

13-Sep-09

1

Kavasi Sukram

M/25

Keskuttul

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

17-Sep-09

1

Madivi Deval

M/30

Singanmadugu

Singanmadugu

Dantewada

caught and killed in cold blood and not declared

17-Sep-09

5

Dudi Muye

F/70

Gachampally

Gachanpally

Dantewada

caught and killed in cold blood and not declared

Madivi Adamal

M/45

Madakam Chulal

M/45

Madivi Jogal

M/60

Madivi Gangal

M/70

beaten unto death and not declared

17-Sep-09

5

Paddem Deval

M/25

Gattampadu

Between Nallabelly and Gollapally villages

Dantewada

caught and killed in cold blood

Dudi Pojjal

M/15

Sodi Masal

M/20

Tuniki Sinnal

M/35

Palachelima

Sodi Shanesh

M/43

17-Sep-09

1

Dudi Adamal

M/35

Paidagudem

26-Sep-09

3

Kalmu Gangi

F/50

Poojarikanker

Between Poojarikanker and Gunjur villages

Bijapur

caught separately when they were working in fields and shot dead

M/

Gunjur

M/

22-Sep-09

2

Sukhram Koudo

M

Kosronda

Kosronda

Kanker

SPOs killed these persons and thrown away their deadbodies in same village Kosronda. They put a poster to paint it as a Maoist killing

Lachhan Dhurwa

M

1-Oct-09

12

Madivi Bajaru

M/40

Gompad

Gompad

Dantewada

Killed in indiscriminate firing and not declared

Soyam Subba

M/35

Madivi Yenka

M/50

Soyam Subba

M/20

Soyam Jogi

F/18

Kartam Kanni

F/23

Madivi Mutti

F/10

Madivi Deval

M/35

Gopalpuram (AP)

Kartam Mutta

M/40

Chintaguppa

Musaki Deva

M/

Kunadabba

Kunjam Arly

M/17

Velpocha

Musaki Muka

M/32

Nulkatongu

1-Oct-09

1

Muchaki Handa

M/40

Dabba

Dantewada

caught and shot dead

7-Oct-09

1

Madakam Raju

M/20

Timmenar

Kamulur

Bijapur

This student activist was caught and shot dead

13-Oct-09

1

Podiyam Somdu

M/45

Kutul lakka

Kutul lakka

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

17-Oct-09

2

Kovasi Sukram

M/45

Kankagudem

Kankagudem

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

Madkam Sannu

M/45

23-Oct-09

1

Shyambatti @ Batti

F/20

Gattakal

Anjreli

Narayanpur

Caught in Padangal village and taken to Narayanpur. Police tortured and killed in cold blood. Her body thrown away in Anjrelli village and declared as encounter

24-Oct-09

1

Madivi Ungal

M/20

Gundam

Pusubaka

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

24-Oct-09

2

Sodi Gangi

F/40

Pujarikanker

Pujarikanker

Bijapur

raped and killed

24-Oct-09

2

Musaki Kosa M/25

Gunjur

Gunjur

Bijapur

caught and shot dead

Sodi Unga M/22

8-Nov-09

1

Gandam Sukram

M/38

Nangalgudem

Dantewada

Killed and declared as road accident

8-Nov-09

2

Dirdo Madka

M/60

Kachlaram

Kachlaram

Bhopalpatnam/Bijapur

indiscriminately fired and killed

Kovasi Suklu

M/65

10-Nov-09

7

Madkam Hunga

M/45

Tettemadugu

Killed at two different places

Konta/Dantewada

caught and shot dead

Madkam Hidma

M/30

Dudhi Rajal

M/50

Kartam Aital

M/30

Doragudem

Madkam Badral

M/25

Dokpad

Vendo Mangdu

M/27

Madivi Jogal

M/35

Palodi

15-Nov-09

1

Mansu Dhurwa

M/14

Markanar

Near Koelibeda

Kanker

7th Class student of Koelibeda High School. Killed in cold blood and declared as an encounter

20-Nov-09

1

Madkam Deva

M/40

Burgum

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

Killed in fake encounter

24-Nov-09

2

Madivi Baman

M/11

Pangodi

Pangodi

Usur/Bijapur

These persons were father and son who were caught and shot dead

Madivi Sadhu

M/11

27-Nov-09

1

Madkam Mangu

M/25

Hiroli

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

3-Dec-09

1

Madivi Budhram

M

Korinjed

Kachlaram

Bhopalpatnam/Bijapur

caught and shot dead

11-Dec-09

7

Kunjam Hurra

M/18

Gumiyapal

Sammeli

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

caught when they were asleep and taken away to Kirandul. Next day shot dead at a nearby village

Madivi Joga

M/25

Barse Somdu

M/30

Midiyam Bhuma

M/35

Midiyam Sukka

M/17

Madivi Gutta

M/40

Tati Hidma

M/25

Aranpur

11-Dec-09

1

Sitaram Korram

M/

Toter

Toter

Narayanpur

dragged from his house and tortured and shot dead then declared him as deputy commander of the local squad

15-Dec-09

2

Veko Sombaru

M/30

Kotrapal

Kotrapal

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

caught and shot dead

Madivi Motli

F/25

21-Dec-09

3

Suklu Mandavi

M

Odsapara

Bijapur

A 150-member killer gang of SPOs and Police came from Bangapal and Kosoli Camps and picked these people from their villages and shot them dead

Lachhu Poyam

M

Karkaveda

Kosa Mandavi

M

30-Dec-09

2

Punem Pandru

M/45

Vechapal

Vechapal

Bijapur

These persons were father and son who were caught and shot dead

Punem Motu

M/20

7-Jan-10

1

Korsa Munna

M/18

Mankeli

Mankeli

Bijapur

Caught and killed

9-Jan-10

4

Madivi Bandi

F/34

Surpangudem

Near Chintalnar

Konta/Dantewada

caught and shot dead

Kalmu Paiki

F/25

Midiyam Gujja

M/18

Ursa Unga

M/20

Durvondarbha

11-Jan-10

3

Hapka Sombaru

M/17

Kotrapal

Kotrapal

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

Caught and killed

Emla Sukku

M/35

Boggami Raju

M/20

12-Jan-10

1

Madkam Joga

M/22

Kottagudem

Rangaiguda

Konta/Dantewada

caught and shot dead

15-Jan-10

2

Madkam Handa

M/25

Rangaiguda

Podiyam Raju

M/20

Permapara

17-Jan-10

1

Kalmu Chamru

M/35

Kaika

Kaika

Bijapur

Caught and shot dead

20-Jan-10

2

Mahesh Dhurwa

M/25

Kakbaras

Near Antagarh

Kanker

Police arrested these persons in Eekdand village on Jan 20 and killed after torturing them for sevaral days. Their dead bodies were found near a river on Jan 31 and a story concocted that unknown persons were killed.

Karthik Usendi

M/25

Kotul

23-Jan-10

4

Kunjam Motu

M/24

Kutrem

Between Kutrem and Kakadi hills

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

All of these innocent people were caught and killed.

Kunjam Bhima

M/25

Porokakad

Kunjam Hurra

M/20

Sammeli

Kadti Bhima

M/25

26-Jan-10

1

Nadugu Nureti

M/40

Kosronda

Raoghat/Kanker

picked up from his house and put an olive green uniform on him and killed in cold blood and then declared as encounter

29-Jan-10

1

Sudhakar Korram

M/22

Remawand village

Narayanpur

He was an unarmed member of our organization who was killed in indiscriminate firing and declared as encounter death

2-Feb-10

2

Emla Mangu

M/27

Paralnar

Paralnar

Gangalur/Bijapur

Caught and shotdead; Emla Mangu was PLGA member, while Lakshmi was village girl

Badse Lakshmi

F/20

3-Feb-10

7

Rama Kalmami

M/22

Takilod

Takilod

Bijapur

Police and SPOs team attacked village Takilod caught 14 people and selectevely Killed these 7 in most inhuman way

Asharam Emla

M/25

Jayram Emla

M/30

Anantram Veko

M/30

Motu Barsa

M/35

Raju Murami

M/20

Anatram Kalmami

M/2

3-Feb-10

1

Korsa Lakmu

M/40

Regadgatta

Cherpal

Bijapur/Bijapur

Caught and shot dead by joint forces

7-Feb-10

5

Santu Potai

M/25

Matala

Ongnar

Narayanpur

All of these were caught  and killed in cold blood

Phoolo Vadde

F/22

Ongnar

Kade Potai

M/20

Addempad

Ramoli Vadde

F/22

Onapad

Dalsai Korram

M/22

Mandoki

9-Feb-10

1

Punem Ungal

M/30

Pottenar

Pottenar

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

caught and shot dead

12-Feb-10

1

Kumili

F/22

Paiveru

Dumnar

Narayanpur

She was working in a farm run by Janatana Sarkar. SPOs and Informers caught her. They gangraped her and brutally beheaded

17-Feb-10

1

Kursam Pandru

M/20

Gornam

Gornam

Bijapur

caught and killed

2-Apr-10

1

Soma Kadiyami

M/40

Kandadi

Near Kesekodi

Kanker

Taken away from village and shot him dead in cold blood

4-May-10

2

Lalsingh

M/22

Nariya

Rajubeda

Narayanpur

Sourrounded the local youth shot from point-blank

Sukhlal

M/20

Bailapad

16-May-10

2

Vanjami Malla

M/18

Gumiyapal

Gumiyapal

Kirandul/Dantewada

Shot dead and declared as encounter

Kunjami Aitu

M/23

Kutrem

19-May-10

1

Midiyam Bandi

M/27

Etem

Etem

Gadiras/Dantewada

Caught and shot dead

2-Jun-10

1

Sukhda Achla

M

Silparas Mettatola

Vala

Kanker

killed in indiscriminate firing on village youth

3-Jun-10

1

Maddal

M/14

Angmetta

Angmetta

Bijapur

Caught by SPOs while he was alone and stabbed to death

20-Jun-10

2

Deve

F/25

Indravati Area

Kohkametta

Narayanpur

Both were killed in indiscriminate firing by Police while they were cooking food for guerillas in village. Deve was a PLGA fighter, while Shivcharan was an unarmed villager.

Shivcharan

M/23

Muhandi

7-Jul-10

1

Oyam Mangu

M/19

Tarrem

Nakulnar

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

This PLGA fighter was killed in fierce fighting during PLGA raid on notorious Awadhesh Goutam’s house

24-Jul-10

1

Jagesh Koudo

M/

Gummer

Gummer

Raoghat/Kanker

no details

4-Aug-10

1

Kunjami Joga

M/23

Kutrem

Kutrem

Kirandul/Dantewada

Koya Commandos etc raided the village and shot dead while he was stepping out of his house.

11-Aug-10

3

Madkam Hidma

M/21

Rangaiguda

Rangaiguda

Konta/Dantewada

Killed in fake encounter by Koya Commandos

Veko Bojja

M/33

Bhima

M/25

17-Aug-10

1

Chaite

M/28

Enhur_NBT

Usebeda

Orchha/Narayanpur

SPOs with the help of some local informers caught this ACM level comrade while she was alone near a camp and killed in cold blood after gangrape.

9-Sep-10

1

Veko Kotlu

M/35

Kotrapal

Kotrapal

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

Killed in a fake encounter

21-Sep-10

2

Vetti Hadma

M/22

Gommugudem

Usoor

Usoor/Bijapur

Both were killed in a real encouter

Oyam Budral

M/20

8-Oct-10

6

Names unknown

Sawargaon

Sawargaon

Dhanora/Gadchiroli

All of these were innocent villagers and school children, who were killed in indiscriminate mortar shelling by ITBP merceneries belonging to Kohka basecamp in Rajnandgaon district of CG, fired mortar shells who had gone mad after they were ambushed by PLGA in which 3 of their jawans were killed

9-Oct-10

8

Kosa @ Aitu

M/30

WBT

Padkipali

Sankara/Mahasamund

Out of 8 persons killed, only 6 were PLGA guerillas, laid down their lives while fighting with the enemy forces inflicting injuries to two STF personnel, whereas Goutam Patel and a labourer at his house were unarmed and innocent villagers who were dragged out of their house and shot dead in cold blood. Thus, it was partially real encounter.

Anita @ Natasha

F/25

Gattakal/NBT

Arjun @ Chandu

M/24

Pollevaya-IV area

Parvati

F/21

NBT

Rajbati

F/20

NBT

Lachhu

M/19

Usebeda-Maad

Goutam Patel

M/?

Padkipali

One labour

M/?

Padkipali

13-Oct-10

2

Madivi Masa

M/21

Gornam

Gornam

Bijapur

Caught and shot dead and declared as encounter

Sodhi Baman

M/25

15-Oct-10

2

Joga Kowasi @ Nagesh

M/36

Palodi-SBT

Bhilai

Durg

Both were were caught from Bhilai suburban area and shot dead and declared it as encounter

Prameela Mandavi

F/22

Pulunj-NBT

19-Oct-10

2

Kursam Kistaiah

M/24

Kottapally

Kottapally

Madded/Bijapur

Shot dead and declared as encounter and one young woman Kursam sangeeta (24) was arrected

Kursam Nagesh

M/23

21-Oct-10

2

Oyam Mangu

M/25

Burigil

Burigil

Gangalur/Bijapur

Killed when police fired indiscriminately on villagers

Oyam Manku

M/17

22-Oct-10

1

Unknown

M/

Kolar

Kanker

Police claimed this killing, has to be confirmed

25-Oct-10

1

Sannau Nuroti

M/30

Nibra

Madapa forest between Tadoki and Raoghat

Antagarh/Kanker

Caught from his house and next day killed in a fake encounter and declared him a platoon commander

23-Nov-10

9

Emla Phagu

M/21

Silinger

Jegurugonda/Mettaguda Para

Jegurgonda/Dantewada

All were killed in a fake encounter while they were on sentry duty to protect their crops

Korsa Madhu

M/25

Silinger

Korsa Sukkal

M/29

Silinger

Kunjam Suresh

M/29

Timpuram

Atami Bandi

M/26

Durvondarbha

Kadti Subbal

M/21

Durvondarbha

Uike Dula

M/22

Messum

Uike Sannu

M/21

Messum

Oyam Hidma

M/18

Vedire

10-Dec-10

2

Sadimek Laxmaiah

M/30

Gorli

Gorugonda

Bhadrakali/Bijapur

Caught and shot dead

Micha Bhima

M/30

Gorgonda

14-Dec-10

2

Shyam Shankar

M/21

Kandanar

Netanar

Darbha/Bastar

Caught and shot dead

Mahru

M/35

Koleng

14-Jan-11

1

Kalma Mangu

M/25

Badisetty

Singanguda

Sukma/Dantewada

Caught and shot dead by Koya Commando

17-Jan-11

2

Musaki Kosa

M/22

Gurgutta

Gurgutta

Bijapur/Bijapur

Caught and shot dead by STF, SPO and DF

Kuhudam Budru

M/20

20-Jan-11

1

Midiyam Channu

M/16

Gumiyapal

Hirroli

Kuvakonda/Dantewada

Shot dead in weekly bazar while he was trying to escape arrest. Police arrested two persons and indiscriminately fired at Channu.

8-Feb-11

1

Korsa Sannu

M/35

Murunga

Murunga

Bijapur/Bijapur

Caught and shot dead by joint forces

24-Feb-11

2

Munna Oyam

M/23

Dharma

Gondmetta

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

Both were killed in indiscriminate firing by Police, CRPF and SPOs.

Rayyo

F/18

Bayil

11-Mar-11

1

Madvi Sula

M/28

Morupally

Morupally

Chitalnar/Dantewada

This elderly villager was picking tamarind from the tree when the Judum forces accosted him, accused him of being a Maoist informer and shot him dead in front of his wife and hanged from a tree.

12-Mar-11

2

Punem Lachhu

M/

Pullum

Pullum

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

400 armed forces raided the village and took away 16 people with them after killing these two.

Kunjami Kamlu

M/

14-Mar-11

2

Badse Bhima

M/29

Pulampad

Timmapur

Chitalnar/Dantewada

Picked up by the CRPF and SPOs  from Pulampad village on their way to Timmapuram. After setting the villages on fire, they hacked Bursey Bhima to death with an axe and Mannu Yadav was shot dead and was taken away to Chintalnar to be showed as a Maoist killed in encounter.

Manu Yadav

M/28

29-Mar-11

1

Lakhmu

M

Kesamundi

Kesamundi

Bhairamgarh/Bijapur

Armed forces raided the village and picked up two people and one of those was shot dead

19-Apr-11

1

Rajnu Salam

M/14

Chinari

Chinari

Narayanpur

This unarmed boy was picked up from his village and killed brutally. His deadbody was taken away by his killers claiming that he was an armed Maoist.

TOTAL

195

 

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Posted by Admin on June 8, 2011


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JNU Forum against War on People

A note on the petition

As you know, the JNU Forum against War on People have been consistently active in the last two years in opposing Operation Green Hunt, the Indian state’s war on people. The activities and campaigns of the Forum has to a great extent mobilised a strong opinion against this repressive war by the state, which has made it a target of the JNU administration as well as the right-wing students’ organisations. Now by using the pretext of an ‘objectionable’ image, the administration is conducting a farcical Proctorial Enquiry against the students associated with the Forum, and launched a witch-hunt for them. Moreover, it has effectively put a ban on all activities of the Forum including public meetings etc. by ‘restraining’ the Forum from all activities pending the enquiry. This highly objectionable and authoritartian act has been strongly opposed by the Forum, the student community of JNU as well as the teachers, since it is not an attack on one particular organisation, but on the democratic space and political culture of the university itself.

We, on behalf of the JNU Forum against War on People, appeal to you to support the struggle of the students in all possible manner. We request you to endorse and sign a petition to the Vice Chancellor opposing the actions of the administration, and demanding their immediate withdrawal. We look forward to your much-needed support to strengthen our collective struggle against Operation Green Hunt and state repression on the people.

With regards,

JNU Forum against War on People

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Arundhati Roy: ‘They are trying to keep me destabilised. Anybody who says anything is in danger’

Posted by Admin on June 8, 2011


Source: Guardian

Arundhati Roy.Arundhati Roy. Photograph: Sarah Lee

This is not an ideal beginning. I bump into Arundhati Roy as we are both heading for the loo in the foyer of the large building that houses her publisher Penguin’s offices. There are some authors, V S Naipaul say, with whom this could be awkward. But not Roy, who makes me feel instantly at ease. A few minutes later, her publicist settles us in a small, bare room. As we take our positions on either side of a narrow desk I liken it to an interrogation suite. But she says that in India, interrogation rooms are a good deal less salubrious than this.

Roy, who is 50 this year, is best known for her 1997 Booker prize-winning novel The God of Small Things, but for the past decade has been an increasingly vocal critic of the Indian state, attacking its policy towards Kashmir, the environmental destruction wrought by rapid development, the country’s nuclear weapons programme and corruption. As a prominent opponent of everything connected with globalisation, she is seeking to construct a “new modernity” based on sustainability and a defence of traditional ways of life.

Her new book, Broken Republic, brings together three essays about the Maoist guerrilla movement in the forests of central India that is resisting the government’s attempts to develop and mine land on which tribal people live. The central essay, Walking with the Comrades, is a brilliant piece of reportage, recounting three weeks she spent with the guerrillas in the forest. She must, I suggest, have been in great personal danger. “Everybody’s in great danger there, so you can’t go round feeling you are specially in danger,” she says in her pleasant, high-pitched voice. In any case, she says, the violence of bullets and torture are no greater than the violence of hunger and malnutrition, of vulnerable people feeling they’re under siege. Read the rest of this entry »

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OPPOSE ARREST & TORTURE OF COM. HARBHINDER JALAL, DEMAND AN END TO ALL REPRESSIVE MEASURES

Posted by Admin on June 1, 2011


COM. HARBHINDER JALAL, BEING PRODUCED BY POLICE IN KHARAR COURT

Harbhinder Singh Jalal, who has been editing a revolutionary Punjabi magazine “CHAMKDA LAL TARA” (Shining Red Star), was arrested by Kharar Police while he was traveling in a bus near Gharuan village. The police alleged him to be the head of Punjab unit of CPI Maoist. A 32 bore pistol and some live cartridges were shown to have been recovered from him.

In police custody Harbhinder was severely tortured and subjected to third degree methods of interrogation. A case under S.10,13,18 & 20 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act; S. 25, 54, 59 of the Arms Act and Section 121, 419, 420, 471 of the IPC has been slapped against him. He was denied the legal assistance of his chosen lawyers. Lok Morcha Punjab, along with his family approached S/Sh. R.S. Bains and Harinder Pal Singh Ishar, Chandigarh based Human Rights lawyers, who moved an application for permission to meet Com Harbhinder in police custody and for his medical examination. The State vigorously opposed this application on the fictitious ground of threat to national security. However the court allowed the advocates to meet him daily in the Police Station between 7 PM to 8 PM and also to get him medically examined every 48 hours from the Civil Hospital.

On 9.5.2011, when Com Harbhinder was produced in court for further remand, dozens of his friends and well-wishers from all over Punjab, came to see him, but the police did not allow them to meet him. His further police remand was sought on the plea that he was to be taken to Ranchi to affect certain recoveries. Subsequently this pretext proved to be false as he was not taken to Ranchi. Perhaps the court’s order permitting his lawyers to meet him everyday in the extended period of remand, acted as a dampener for the police. On 14.5.2011, he was remanded to judicial custody and is now lodged in Ropar Jail. Read the rest of this entry »

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Peoples March: January – March 2011

Posted by Admin on May 6, 2011


Peoples March - 01 january- March 2011

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Preliminary Report of the DSU Fact-Finding Visit to Narayanpatna, Odisha

Posted by Admin on April 27, 2011


Dear friends,

This is the preliminary report of the DSU fact-finding visit to Narayanpatna, Odisha between 11 and 16 April 2011, and which was released today on 26 April 2011 in a Press Conference at the Press Club of India, New Delhi. Prof. AMit Bhaduri, Sumit Chakravarti and Dr. Saroj Giri also addressed the gathering. DSU will soon come out with a full and detailed Report on the visit. We request you to circulate this preliminary report widely.

Democratic Students’ Union (DSU)
Delhi

A REPORT FROM GROUND ZERO:

PRELIMINARY REPORT OF THE DSU FACT-FINDING VISIT TO NARAYANPATNA, ODISHA

A team of students from DU, JNU and IGNOU belonging to the Democratic Students’ Union (DSU) visited Narayanpatna Block in the Koraput district of Odisha from 11 April to 16 April 2011. The objective of the visit was to study the ground situation at present in the region where a militant mass struggle is going on for the last few years, and according to the media reports, has faced extreme forms of state repression. The aim was also to study the socio-economic aspects of the social life of Narayanpatna region, and to look into the factors that have contributed to the emergence of this important peasant struggle in contemporary South Asia.

Narayanpatna is inhabited by sixteen tribal communities including Kui, Parija, Jorka, Matia, Doria and others, of whom the Kuis are numerically predominant. The adivasis, who constitute more than 90 percent of around 45,000 people of Narayanpatna block, are interspersed with Dalit communities such as Mali, Dombo, Forga, Paiko, Rilli, etc. Dominant castes such as the Sundis and Brahmins are numerically small but are powerful and influential. Though the incursion of non-adivasis has a long history going back to the establishment of the Narayanpatna Raj centuries back, the Sundis have entered the district after they were driven away from Coastal Andhra during the Srikakulam armed struggle in the 1960s. The Sundis as well as a small section of Dalits from the Dombo and Rilli castes too have made money by exploiting the adivasis and selling them liquor. The non-adivasis are around 5000 in number, and the ruling elite of Narayanpatna belong to this group. It was also clear to us that the identities such as that of landlord, liquor trader, money-lender and politician are not separate or mutually exclusive, but usually coexist in the members of the dominant classes of the region.
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Fact Finding Report of the Chintalnar Massacre, 11-16 March 2011, Chhattisgarh

Posted by Admin on April 6, 2011


80 years old Madivi Bheema beaten by Salwa Judum

Burnt House

Villagers living in fear and withuot Shelter

Woman raped by Salwa Judum (Koya commandos)

Woman raped by Salwa Judum (Koya commandos)

A 13 member fact finding team of Coordination of Democratic Rights Organisations visited the Chintalnar Area of Dantewada district in Chhattisgarh to probe into the incidents of atrocities perpetrated by the Salwa Judum and the state forces on the adivasis living in this area between 11th and 16th of March 2011.

The incidents was propagated by the police as an ‘encounter’ between the CRPF and Maoists in which, according to the police, 36 Maoists were killed. Also 3 SPOs were killed and 9 others were injured. The police had celebrated this incident in the media to prove their dominance over the Maoists in this region. Media persons and fact finding teams were restricted from going inside on the pretext that it is ‘war zone’ and the so-called war between the state and the Maoists are still going on, hence it is risky for any outsider to go inside. Most recently, the state home minister, Nankiran Kumar gave a written statement in the assembly stating that the Maoists had led the attack on villagers and burnt and looted homes in a bid to divert attention of the police who were in the area for ‘area domination exercises’.

Against this backdrop of serious crimes committed by the security forces and salwa judum and the cover up by the police and politicians, a fact finding team comprising various civil and democratic rights activists and other individuals, went inside this area on the 26th and 27th of March 2011 and visited Morupally, Timmapuram and Tadmetla villages. As members of the team, we spoke extensively to the villagers and the victims of the incident. We were shocked to find that once again, the police version propagated by the state is completely hoax and far from reality.   Source: Sanhati

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PIYUSH GUHA

Posted by Admin on January 5, 2011


Till arrest, not an inkling of Maoist or political links

Of the three men convicted of sedition by a Chhattisgarh court this week, the least well known is perhaps Piyush Guha, 40, a trader in tendu leaves whom even the Bengal police and Naxal sympathisers claim not to have heard of till his arrest in 2007.

In three years of courtship and then three more of marriage, Rupa Guha found no evidence of any links to politics, let alone Naxalism, she says. “He loves books and used to read a lot of Rabindranath Tagore. I never once saw him reading Maoist literature,” says Rupa, now 34, fighting what she calls a lone battle from her home in a North Kolkata lane, near Manicktala.

She said they would challenge the verdict in the Chattisgarh High Court and the Supreme Court if necessary. She is upset at the absence of support from any quarter, human rights groups or Naxals, when there is such an outcry for “others in the case”.

Guha grew up in Sagarpara in Murshidabad district, graduated in science from Gurudas College in Kolkata, got a diploma in hardware engineering and worked for two years in a private company. He then went into business, buying tendu leaves from Chhattisgarh for beedi makers in Murshidabad.

Rupa says he disappeared on May 1, 2007, their third wedding anniversary. “He called from Raipur and told me he had a reservation for May 2 and would reach home early on May 3. He had no cellphone but used to call twice a day. The calls stopped; I went to Raipur on May 5. On May 6, I was told he had been arrested,” says Rupa.

The Raipur police say they seized some letters for Maoists, allegedly routed from jailed Naxal Narayan Sanyal through Binayak Sen, and money allegedly meant to fund Naxal operations. Rupa says, “He was carrying Rs 50,000 as payment for tendu leaves.”

Shortly after the arrest, Piyush’s father Sunil Guha, a retired headmaster from Sagarpara village, died, allegedly of shock. Rupa was then living in Santoshpur but moved out after police raided the house and questioned her several times.

Three months ago, Piyush’s mother Usha Rani Guha died, hoping he could visit her once. “I appealed to the Supreme Court but he was not granted bail. The police and the court did not even grant him parole so that he could attend the last rites of his parents,” says Rupa.

Since the arrest, Guha has been to his home state once, brought on transit remand in connection with a 2005 terror case in Purulia. Ashok Prasad, SP of Purulia in 2007, said Guha had not been named in the original FIR. Police officers and people following the Naxal cause said they had never heard of him before. Guha was eventually granted bail in the 2005 case.

Today, Rupa supports herself with a small DTP unit in Sealdah. With her meagre earnings, she has been to Raipur 40 times over the past three years, attending every hearing, optimistic that the case against her husband was weak.

“I had full faith in the law and democracy and that is why I did not miss a single date of the proceedings. I believed there must have been some mistake somewhere in booking my husband under charges of sedition,” says Rupa, stunned by the verdict. IE

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India: Dalit Activist Sudhir Dhawale arrested on “sedition” charge in Maharashtra

Posted by Admin on January 5, 2011


Sudhir Dhawale protesting the arrest of Binayak Sen

Mumbai Mirror, January 3 2010

Dalit activist and editor of Marathi magazine Vidrohi, Sudhir Dhawale, was arrested on Monday morning at Gondia and charged with sedition (sec 124) and under Secs 17, 20 and 39 of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).

These sections relate to: raising funds for terrorist acts; being a member of a terrorist organisation and providing support to a terrorist organisation.

Gondia Sub-Divisional Police Officer Borate told Mumbai Mirror that Sudhir had been named by one Bhimrao, alias Bhanu Bhovate, whom he described as a “State Committee Naxalite leader”, arrested last week in Gondia.Bhovate had reportedly told police that he had given his computer, which had Naxalite literature in it, to Sudhir. Thus it was necessary to seize Sudhir’s computer, said Borate. The police searched Sudhir’s home in Byculla for over three hours in the evening.

Sudhir has been remanded in police custody till January 12. He had addressed a Ambedkar-Phule Sahitya Sammelan near Wardha on Sunday, and was on a train when he was arrested. Borate said they had been trailing him for the last few days, emphasising that his arrest had nothing to do with the Sammelan.

Expressing shock at his arrest, award-winning documentary maker Anand Patwardhan compared it to that of Binayak Sen. Read the rest of this entry »

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The need to enlarge protests around Binayak Sen to all cases of sedition – PUDR Statement

Posted by Admin on January 5, 2011


Jan 4, 2010

Dear friends and comrades,

The recent countrywide demonstrations against the unfair verdict in the Binayak Sen case have been really heartwarming. The demonstrations have brought many of us together, who feel enraged and upset over the judgment. Clearly, if our numbers continue to grow, we will soon be in a position of strength and will ensure the release of Binayak and many others.

The case against Binayak Sen has become a focal point to oppose the attempts by the state to criminalise civil rights activities. Yet, we strongly feel that in order to make the entire campaign into a success we have to enlarge the present focus from the individual, Binayak Sen, to include the co-accused, Piyush Guha and Narayan Sanyal, and also take into consideration the plight of others who are similarly imprisoned in unfair cases of sedition.

Consider the following : Piyush Guha, the supposed courier in this case, has never been granted bail. He lost his parents in the course of these three years but was not given the right to even attend to the last rites of his parents. Piyush was kept in illegal custody and tortured for five days and he was only produced when the Chhattisgarh PUCL issued a statement demanding his whereabouts. His family lost its breadwinner and his wife, Rupa Guha, has been carrying out a lone fight for three and half years. Our efforts in demanding the release of Binayak must include the release of Piyush Guha.

Narayan Sanyal, the other co-accused has been in jail for five years already. He is old and ailing and is suffering from a chronic and painful ailment, fibromatosis. Despite directives from the court, he has not received any serious medical treatment in prison.The argument that his being a Maoist ideologue is sufficient to keep him in prison for the rest of his life is unfair, cruel and undemocratic particularly since the other cases in which he has been arrested have nearly collapsed. As has been pointed out by many, the decision to charge him with sedition happened only after the police arrested Binayak Sen. Narayan Sanyal’s case (even his supposed role in the present one) is a fit case for us
to ask not only for his release but also to demand a repeal of the ban against CPI(Maoist).

Our campaign must focus on demanding the repeal of undemocratic ‘security’ legislations like UAPA, CSPSA etc or under unfair provisions of the IPC like ‘sedition’ (S 124 A) and ‘waging war’ (S 121 of IPC) . The most recent conviction of Asit Sengupta, editor ofthe well known journal, World to Win is most worrying. Sengupta was arrested by Chhattisgarh police (and illegally detained, of course!) in January 2008 and never granted bail. On the same day when Binayak, Piyush and Sanyal were given life imprisonment, the same day Asit Sengupta was convicted and sentenced to eight years imprisonment for his work as an editor and publisher by another Raipur court. Kopa Kunjam, activist of Vanvasi Chetna Ashram (Dantewada) who was working to re-settle displaced Adivasis in Netra villa, has been implicated in a murder case. Nine activists, including Kartam Joga of Adivasi Mahasbha, campaigning against landgrab in Lohanmdiguda, (Bastar) have been accused of involvement in the attack on CRPF personnel. There are innumerable incidents of this nature which are taking place in Chattisgarh and elsewhere where joint operations are going on.

Friends, we need to fight together to ensure that :

1. The entire miscarriage of justice begun in 2007 should be rectified and all the victims should be unconditionally released and compensated for their unfair stay in jail.
2. Withdrawal of undemocratic ‘security’legislations like UAPA, CSPSA etc
3. Repeal of archaic and colonial provisions like sedition and waging war from the IPC
4. Improvement of facilities in jails, particularly medical treatment of prisoners

Harish Dhawan and Paramjeet Singh
(Secretaries PUDR)

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Binayak Sen: CPI(Maoist) Press Release

Posted by Admin on December 31, 2010


COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA (MAOIST)

CENTRAL COMMITTEE

Press Release

December 24, 2010

Serving people is not conspiracy!
Supporting people’s struggles can never be sedition!!

The Scamsters who amass billions of rupees are the real conspirators!

The Gangsters who sell-out our country to imperialists are the real traitors!!

Observe Protest Week from January 2nd to 8th, 2011 against the fascist Chhattisgarh government’s court judgments that sentenced Civil Rights activist Doctor Binayak Sen,
Maoist leader Narayana Sanyal, trader Piyush Guha under sedition for life imprisonment and magazine editor Asit Sengupta for eight years imprisonment!

On December 24, the Raipur district additional sessions court sentenced for life civil rights activist Dr. Binayak Sen, our party Politburo member Comrade Narayan Sanyal, trader Piyush Guha under IPC, Chhattisgarh Special Public Security Act and UAPA implicating them in false cases. The life sentences were pronounced by B.P. Verma under IPC section 124 (sedition), 120 B (conspiracy) and many other kinds of sentences were pronounced under various sections of CSPCA and UAPA. The eight year sentence for Asit Sengupta was pronounced on the same day by O.P. Gupta. Both these judgments are the latest additions to the huge cache of anti-people, fascist repressive measures of the Indian ruling classes.

Sentencing for life our party Politburo member Comrade Narayan Sanyal, Binayak Sen, a doctor who had dedicated his life as a doctor serving the poor people selflessly, a prominent civil rights activist and the vice-president of PUCL and Piyush Guha, a trader belonging to Kolkata is the most shameless thing for the rulers to do even while boasting that this is the biggest democracy in the whole world. Opposing the repressive policies of the government, the fascist Salwa Judum, raising his voice for the repeal of the black law CSPSA and standing in support of the just peoples movements are the ‘crimes’ committed by Dr. Binayak Sen for which he has been punished with life sentence. When he was arrested in May 2007 and kept in jail for two years, immense protests were held and severe condemnations were issued by democratic sections, medical community, Nobel laureates and many others in India and abroad. Pronouncing this sentence ignoring all this can only mean that the fascist rulers are without any scruples or embarrassment issuing a threat to all the democratic, progressive and patriotic sections of our country. If responding positively towards people’s issues in a legal, democratic manner, serving the people sincerely and criticizing the anti-people policies of the government is ‘sedition’, then one can imagine what kind of ‘democracy’ is being practiced in this country and how dangerous it is for the people. The eight year sentence for Asit Sengupta (editor of the Hindi version of ‘A World To Win’ which is published in various languages all over the world) who is languishing in jail since three years with the false accusation that he was participating in Maoist activities is nothing but stifling the Freedom of Press. Recently, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh, DGP Viswaranjan, Bastar IG Longkumer and Dantewada SP Kalluri gang had published pamphlets under the name ‘Maa Danteswari Adivasi Swabhimani Manch’ and had openly declared that they would kill journalists SRK Pillai, Anil Sharma and Yaswant Rai along with democrats Himanshu Kumar and Arundhati Roy and had the audacity to declare that it is indeed their own doing! So much for the ‘rule of law’ harped upon by our rulers day in and day out!

Comrade Narayan Sanyal, a 73-year old veteran communist who began his revolutionary life in 1968 and has dedicated more than four decades of his life for the liberation of the oppressed people, is ailing with various health problems and has been languishing in the dark dungeons of the fascist Chhattisgarh government since five years. The Sonia-Manmohan-Chidambaram-Raman Singh terrorist gang is killing Maoist leaders in fake encounters and sentencing many of them to harsh punishments under black laws. They are subjected to physical and mental tortures in the inhuman conditions prevailing in jails.

On July 29, 2010, our party activist Comrade Malati @ Santi Priya and a worker Surendra Kosaria were sentenced to ten years imprisonment using false witnesses under the case that Maoist propaganda CDs were sent to the MLAs. Amitabh Bagchi, a Politburo member of our party and Comrade Kartik, a state committee member of West Bengal, incarcerated in Ranchi jail, were also sentenced to life imprisonment through fast track court in Jharkhand. On October 29, the AP government sentenced Comrade Panduranga Reddy and three others to four years imprisonment in the Alipiri case (attack on ex-CM Chandrababu) using false witnesses. Many more revolutionary activists and ordinary people are being sentenced to very harsh punishments including capital punishment by the reactionary courts serving the exploiting ruling classes. Comrades Sushil Roy and Kobad Gandhi who are senior leaders and ailing with various health problems and old age; comrades Shobha, Patitpavan Haldar, Pramod Mishra, Vijay, Asutosh, Balraj, Chintan, Biman, Bidhan, Chandi Sarkar, Balganesh, Jharkhand Abhen’s Jeetan Marandi and thousands of other comrades are denied bail, being implicated in false cases one after another and made to languish in jails for years together. In West Bengal, Comrade Swapan Das arrested under UAPA was denied health care in Jail and became the first martyr of this draconian law.

The UPA government bent on selling our natural and human resources to imperialist MNCs like Vedanta and to comprador bourgeoisie like Tata, Essar, Jindal, Mittal etc has declared CPI (Maoist) as the biggest internal security threat as it is standing in their way offering stiff resistance to this unlimited loot. As part of this, the government is carrying on vicious foul propaganda using its propaganda machine. Since August 2009, in the name of Operation Green Hunt the central and state governments are resorting to brutal attacks on the revolutionary movement and particularly adivasis are being massacred by deploying millions of police and paramilitary forces in Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and other states. This offensive is carried on under the guidance and full support of imperialists, particularly the US imperialists. The exploiting rulers are using every means at their disposal to portray our party which is fighting with the lofty aim of establishing people’s government of democratic classes basing on the unity of worker-peasants by overthrowing the imperialists, bureaucratic comprador bourgeoisie and the feudal classes, as ‘terrorist’ and ‘traitor’. Why are the ministers, political leaders, big bourgeoisie and their brokers, the real traitors who are amassing billions of rupees in scams and stacking them in Swiss Banks shamelessly roaming in the corridors of power not booked under SEDITION? Why are all those criminals who perpetrated and facilitated the Bhopal Gas Tragedy not called CONSPIRATORS? How could striving for the liberation of the toiling masses become SEDITION? How could democrats who raised their voices and pens in support of people’s movements be called CONSPIRATORS?

These sentences are nothing but a part of the bigger conspiracy of the ruling classes to eliminate all kinds of hurdles to their anti-people, unpatriotic and immoral neo-liberal economic policies. This is an alarm signal that fascist repression would intensify further in the near future. These judgments are an eye opener for those who believe and get deceived innocently that there is still some semblance of democracy in this country. Though the overt statements of the ruling gang declare that Maoist movement is their prime target, what is happening in reality is a fascist onslaught on progressive and democratic forces who wish for the welfare of the people and aspire to protect the interests of our country vis-à-vis the imperialists. Our party is appealing to the people to stand united against this offensive and defeat it through a determined fight.

The comprador governments are resorting to suppression of people’s movements and nationality liberation struggles using black laws like UAPA, CSPCA, MCOCA and AFSPA following in the footsteps of the US government which promulgated black laws like the Homeland Security Act. The reactionary legal system which had never bothered to book or sentence the saffron terrorists who had killed many innocent people in the Mecca Masjid, Malegaon and Ajmer Sharif bomb blasts or the scamsters and political gangsters involved in scams like 2G Spectrum (worth 1,76,000 crores of rupees), Commonwealth games, Adarsh housing society, Karnataka lands and dozens and dozens of other scams are eagerly sentencing revolutionaries, people’s leaders, democrats and activists of national liberation movements in Kashmir and North-East.

The CPI (Maoist) Central Committee is appealing to all democratic, patriotic forces, national liberation activists and to all civil rights activists, organizations, students, intellectuals, teachers, writers, artistes, doctors, lawyers, media friends, workers and peasants to come out on the streets condemning and opposing these judgments delivered through the reactionary legal system by the collusion of the UPA government at the centre and the BJP government in Chhattisgarh. We appeal to all of you to build united and militant agitations demanding the immediate repeal of UAPA, CSPCA, MCOCA and AFSPA. We appeal to all the progressive, democratic and revolutionary organizations, communities and individuals of various countries to condemn in severe terms this criminal act of the Indian ruling classes and express their vigorous protest in various democratic struggle forms. In the past the international community stood in strong solidarity with the Indian people’s movements and had condemned the arrest of Binayak Sen and demanded his immediate release. Now the time has come for it to play this role more solidly.

Our party calls upon the people to observe protest week all over the country from January 2 to 8 against these judgments by creatively taking up various protest activities including press conferences, statements, dharnas, rasta rokos, meetings, protest rallies, processions, signature campaigns, wearing black badges, waving black flags, burning of effigies etc., and to take up legal battles condemning severely the anti-people, traitorous and fascist policies of the ruling classes.

Our party is calling upon all our ranks, PLGA forces and revolutionary mass organizations to take up various protest forms on this occasion by mobilizing vast masses.

Our Central Committee is making it very clear that no call for bandh is being given as part of this protest week and is requesting the people and media not to believe the deliberate propaganda of the police to portray this as a bandh call.

(Abhay)

Spokesperson,

Central Committee,

CPI (Maoist)

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