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Orissa: Police panic at red rage

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2009


CPI-Maoist wall painting at Garu village situated at lathear district of Jharkhand which is around 120 Km from State Captial Ranchi asking people to boycott the election.

CPI-Maoist wall painting at Garu village situated at lathear district of Jharkhand which is around 120 Km from State Captial Ranchi asking people to boycott the election.

BHUBANESWAR: Just after Maoists killed two police personnel on Wednesday evening near the mining town of Daitary, their seniors immediately went
into “hiding”.

The Keonjhar SP switched off his mobile and showed up only the next morning at Anandapur to be part of the customary guard of honour given to the deceased before the bodies were sent to their homes. But for the help of some passers-by and local villagers, who took them to the hospital, both the bodies would have been perhaps devoured by animals from the nearby forest on that night. In the morning a so-called combing operation began.

This was no isolated case to speak volumes of the degree of panic and helplessness that has gripped the Orissa police in the face of escalating Maoist violence which has since spread to more than half of the state’s 30 districts. Police did the same thing a few months ago when extremists looted Nalco’s explosive storehouse atop Panchapatmali hill. Senior cops, camping at Nalco’s guest house at the time of attack, switched off all lights and hid on the rooftop. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maoists observe Martyrs Week

Posted by Admin on July 29, 2009


Laxmanppure Bathe Monument

Laxmanpur Bathe Monument

Jharkhand: State on high alert during Martyrs’ Week

RANCHI: High alert has been sounded across the state following intelligence inputs suggesting major strikes by the Maoists during “martyrs’ week” that began on Tuesday. Every year, the rebels observe Martyrs’ Week from July 28 to August 3.

Banners and posters were spotted in different districts of the state, including East and West Singhbhum, Bokaro, Latehar, Gumla and Simdega, asking the people to observe “martyrs’ week” and remember the sacrifices of Maoist leaders. Tuesday also marked the 37th death anniversary of Charu Majumdar, one of the founders of the Naxalite movement.

“These posters and banners have come to our notice. They could be a trap…The Maoists can ambush police parties when they go to remove the them,” said Jharkhand police spokesperson and IG (provision) S N Pradhan.

The IG said police have received inputs on Maoist mobilization in some areas and their plans to carry out big attacks there.

All SPs have been instructed to keep a watch on vulnerable pockets and not to unnecessarily venture out in Maoist-dominated areas. “We are trying to thwart any major strike by the Maoists and for that, every SP is being instructed to act accordingly,” said Pradhan. Read the rest of this entry »

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37th anniversary of com. Charu Mazumdar’s Martyrdom

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Born in a progressive landlord family in Siliguri in 1918, he not only dedicated his entire life to peasants’ cause but also authored the historic 1968 Naxalbari uprising.

Son of an active freedom fighter, Charu Majumdar or CM rebelled against social inequalities even as a teenager. Later,  he joined All Bengal Students Association affiliated to Anusilan group.Dropping out of college in 1937-38 he joined the Congress party and devoted himself in organising bidi workers. He later crossed over to CPI to work in its peasant front and soon won respect of the poor and downtrodden of Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling. Soon an arrest-warrant forced him to go underground for the first time as a Left activist.

Although the CPI was banned at the outbreak of the World War II, he continued his organizing activities among peasants and was elected to the CPI Jalpaiguri district committee in 1942.The promotion emboldened him to organise a ‘seizure of crops’ campaign in Jalpaiguri during the Great Famine of 1943, more or less successfully. In 1946, he joined the famous Tebhaga movement and embarked on a militant struggle in North Bengal. The stir shaped his vision of a revolutionary struggle. Later he worked among tea garden workers in Darjeeling.For taking the road of the intertwined revolution, the CPI was banned in 1948 and CM was put behind the bars for next three years.

CM’s growing ideological rift with the CPI came to fore after the party’s Palghat Congress in 1956. The ‘Great Debate’ across the communist world in the late 50s propelled him to mull a revolutionary philosophy suiting Indian conditions.He was again jailed during 1962 for criticising the Nehuru Government’s notorious attempt of Chinese expansion. Read the rest of this entry »

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Martyrs Week begins from today, Maoist posters & banners every where in Orissa

Posted by Admin on July 28, 2009


Chhattisgarh Naxal Report by Deba Prasad Dash; Malkangiri: The C.P.I(Maoist) has kicked off the martyrs week celebration here on Tuesday by triggering two blasts that damaged two mobile towers at Tandapalli and Padmagiri areas under Malkangiri police limits at the early hours today.

While,the damaged mobile tower at Tandapalli belongs to Airtel , the tower at Padmagiri belongs to Reliance communication. With the beginning of the week long celebration,Maoist posters & banners urging the people to join hands with them in their war against the police seems found every where in the district.

Organised in the memory of party founder late Charu Majumdar and their killed comrades,the Maoists have reportedly erected about 70-80 permanent and temporarymartyrs domes in their strong holds of Chitrakonda,Kalimela,Bhejangwada,Motu,M.V-79,Podia,Mathili and Govindpalli to commemorate the celebration.The nearest Martyrs dome has been erected at Kangrukonda some 15 km from the district headquarter town. The Maoist posters put up at the Chitrakonda market area.cpi maoist poster

The road communication between Kalimela-Motu was come to halt as the red rebels blocked the road at several places by felling trees.The vehicular traffic between Malkangiri and Jeypore was also affected as very few buses were seems plying on the route despite no road obstruction.

According to reports,many top Maoist cadres have arrived at Malkangiri and are moving from one village to the other to mobilize the support of the villagers to make the celebration sucessful. Keeping the possible Maoist violent activities during the week long celebration,red alert has been sounded in the district and armed and civil police personnel’s have been put on high alert across the district.Police sources here maintained that the cops are ready to prevent any untoward incident during the martyrs week.Police patrolling has further been intensified in the sensitive areas.

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