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Rally In Kolkata Against State Repression in Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on August 29, 2009


Source: Red Barricade

For more than three week, Red Barricade has not been able to report on Lalgarh. Meanwhile as state repression is showing its brutal faces, like destruction of health centres constructed and run by People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA), abduction of two supporters of PCAPA, who were going to Lalgarh with medical help and medicines, people’s resistance is taking more concrete shape. Disobeying section 144 in the Indian Penal code, people of Lalgarh under the banner of PCAPA in regular basis organizes mass rally. Huge participation of people in those rallies proves that the people of Lalgarh demand immediate withdrawal of combined armed forces from Lalgarh and stop the ongoing state repression.

In support of the popular demands of PCAPA and to stop the state repression in Jungalmahal including Lalgarh, today (29 August, 2009) a rally was organized by Lalgarh Mancha (Lalgarh Forum) in Kolkata. Starting from College Square it ended at Esplanade passing through M. G. Road, A. J. C. Bose Road and S. N. Banerjee Rad. People from different strata of the society including workers, students and intellectuals have taken the streets in demand of immediate withdrawal of combined armed forces from Lalgarh. Slogans were shouted demanding immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners and abolition of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). In the rally participation of workers and All Santhals Students Association (ASSA), a students organization of Santhals (a tribal students organization) was note-worthy. Sanhati Udyoug, IFTU, Gana Pratirodh Mancha (W.B.) also participated.

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Chengara: A photo essay

Posted by Admin on August 4, 2009


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An artist has left these words on the walls of Chengara…May victory be theirs and Humanity

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Excerpts from Sudeep’s Blog (Backdrop)

[The news from Chengara (ചെങ്ങറ) is depressing. Women are being abducted and raped, men kidnapped, in addition to over two weeks of cutting off food and other lifeline supplies to people who have been protesting peacefully for more than an year now.]

Armed with a lot of gumption and confident that i would be able to fare better than others at my tryst with tyranny, i set on my mission- to Capture Chengara and the lives of thousands who are stranded in the settlement with the no supplies and no government help.

32 day old samaraja was born amidst calamity, her mother looks after her with the supplies that manage to reach her, Sarun her elder brother is malnourished and has health problems.

[Over 5000 families of landless Dalits, Adivasis and other marginalised people started this protest on 4th August 2007 claiming 6000 acres of land (you read that right — six thousand acres) that is illegally kept by Harrison Malayalam Private Ltd in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala. Around 24,000 people from different parts of the region have moved to this area, with tents with poles and plastic sheets. ]


A year long protest has left Ambika (60) and Sarojini tired.

George (58) has a bad heart which is failing his body..he wants to live a better life but first needs some medicines.

Panchami (60) was begging for a bit of rice when my lens fell upon her.

Chicken pox has left her scarred Nimmi (11), it could have killed her, thanks to the traditional Neem therapy.

Mani (55) is an asthama patient, with agrrevated breathing problems, his life is a misery these days. When he is caught unawares by a bout of asthamatic attack, he frantically looks for his friend who has an inhaler from which he is allowed a small share.
Almost 20 women who had camped at 4th counter of the protest grounds. The women have various diseases like fever, chickenpox etc… Availability of food is their main concern.

Related post: Dcember 2007:  Chengara Land Struggle in Kerala

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Lalgarh: Cops lathicharge agitating students & Villagers

Posted by Admin on July 21, 2009


A protester being chased at GohomidangaHundreds of PCPA supporters and students were lathi-charged at Gohumidanga High School near Dharampur when they held a demonstration to protest the institute being used as a camp by the security forces.

Around 16 people were injured in the lathicharge, the sources said.

The PCPA has called the shutdown in tribal areas of West Midnapore, Bankura and Purulia districts to protest the alleged atrocities by security forces during their anti-Maoist operation since June 19 in West Midnapore.

The bandh was peaceful, but transport services were
hit in many areas. Many have quit the CPI-M in areas like Lalgarh, Ramgarh, Manikpara, Belpharai and Goaltore allegedly under the Maoists’ pressure.

lalgarh-demonstration-313In Kolkata, Home Secretary Ardhendu Sen said no student was injured in the lathicharge. However, he apologised for the incident, saying, “We are sorry.”

Admitting that demonstrations were taking place against the continued occupation of school buildings by the security forces, he said these would be vacated next month.

The Public Health Engineering (PHE) had set up four accommodations for the Central force, while eight alternative ones were being built for them, Sen said.
He said an encounter had taken place in a forest area in Lalgarh, but none could be arrested.

Some documents and tent-making equipment
were seized. To a question, Sen said, “The
state government can arrest PCPA leader Chhatradhar Mahato, but it is not urgent at the moment. If required he will be arrested.”

Police try to push children back from the school gates.The influence of Maoists on the PCPA has also declined, he said.

To another question, Sen said the Central force would remain in West Midnapore even after July. The state government, however, was yet to request the Centre on how many companies it wanted to retain, he said.

“The operation by the joint forces will continue. This cannot be completed in a month or two. It takes time.”

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Lalgarh Pictures

Posted by Admin on July 4, 2009


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Police, backed by CRPF personnel, chase supporters of the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities near Pirakata, en route to Lalgarh, on Thursday.

The West Bengal police, backed by Central paramilitary forces, swung into action against lawlessness in Lalgarh on Thursday. In the photograph supporters of the Peoples Committee Against Police Atrocities

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Lalgarh Pictures

Posted by Admin on July 4, 2009


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UP IN ARMS : Tribal women hold bows and arrows and march during a rally in Esplanade area of Kolkata on Friday

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Heroic Martyrs of the India’s Revolution ( Random Images )

Posted by Admin on June 24, 2009


Heroic Martyrs of the India’s Revolution ( Random Images )

Com Charu Mazumdhar

Com. Vempatapu Sathyam
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Com. Panchadi Nirmala
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Com. Panchadi Krisha Murthy
27-5-1969



Puli Anjanna (Sagar) APSCS
October 1993

Com. Saroj Dutta
5-8-1971



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Kongala Sudhakar Reddy

Muralidhara Raju
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(Suryam) APSCM
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Naxalbari Lal Salaam !

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Police brutality continues in Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on June 21, 2009


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A villager begs a policeman to spare him from being arrested at Pirakata

‘Lalgarh must be a liberated zone for tribals’

Chatradhar Mahato, convenor of the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities, told rediff.com on Friday that PCAPA was ready for talks with the state government. “However, if the government resorts to violence, we will put up an equal if not a stronger opposition.”In an interview to rediff.com on Thursday, Gour Chakraborty, the CPI-Maoist’s spokesman put forth the Maoists’ demand for Lalgarh.

“We want the entire Lalgarh to be a liberated zone for the tribals. We want them to have a democracy of their own, a democracy that will be guided by a new and free economy,” Chakraborty said.

 
 

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Lalgarh demands Maoist amnesty

– Drop all cases since 1998, says leader

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April 19: The tribals of Lalgarh want the government to drop all cases against suspected Maoists since 1998 as a condition for allowing police into their area for 12 hours on election day.

That is not all, though. They also want former West Midnapore superintendent of police Rajesh Singh to go to Dalilpurchak in the heart of Lalgarh and apologise for “atrocities” in the wake of the mine blast on the chief minister’s route last November and stop “atrocities on tribal women in the name of raids”.https://i0.wp.com/www.telegraphindia.com/1081114/images/14zzlalbig.jpg

After a meeting yesterday, the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities had mentioned the demand for the former district police chief’s apology but not what is potentially the killer clause: dropping cases. Read the rest of this entry »

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Support Lalgarh Movement

Posted by Admin on June 18, 2009


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Lalgarh: We’ll continue to fight for justice: Maoists

Posted by Admin on June 18, 2009


18 Jun 2009, 1830 hrs IST

Maoist Kishan reacting on the crackdown of the police on the armed tribals said that thousands of villagers are with them in their fight agianst injustice and that at least 2000 villages are involved in the movement. He also said that it was unlike anyother gathering and that they were fighting against the atrocities of the government and the police.

The maoist also said that they were firmly entrenched in Nadigram and would continue to be so. He said police have committed unimaginable atrocities on the tribals there. The maoist further said that since Independence, the nation has not witnessed such a movement.

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The central forces have begun their operations to flush out the Maoists from the villages in Lalgarh. Paramilitary forces whose advances were blocked by naxals by installing various roadblocks have now started engaging the naxals in a gunbattle.

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Security forces were able to negotiate varius roadblocks like felled trees and dug up roads to enter Lalgarh. The West Bengal government which was under pressure has asked the state police forces to lead the operations against the naxalites. The government fearing an indiscriminate use of force by the paramilitaries has asked the police to play a more pro-active role.

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Paid back in the same coin: A montage of posters of the historic rally on the 14th November

Posted by Admin on November 21, 2007


Source: Sanhathi

14th March was the turning point of Nandigram struggle. Remembering that bloody day, a historic rally was organised on 14th November at Kolkata from College Square. No organizational banner was there. The central theme of the rally was “Stretch your hand to the attacked people of Nandigram”. Common people registered their hate and anger for the autocratic rulling party of West Bengal. They overflowed the city streets with thousands of militant yet silent protests.

Some Posters:

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Paid back in the same coin: A montage of posters of the historic rally on the 14th November

Posted by Admin on November 21, 2007


14th March was the turning point of Nandigram struggle. Remembering that bloody day, a historic rally was organised on 14th November at Kolkata from College Square. No organizational banner was there. The central theme of the rally was “Stretch your hand to the attacked people of Nandigram”. Common people registered their hate and anger for the autocratic rulling party of West Bengal. They overflowed the city streets with thousands of militant yet silent protests.

Some Posters:

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Pictures of the rally (courtesy: Nagarik Mancha)
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Pictures from those who were a part of history that Kolkata witnessed that day:
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Picture courtesy Maroona Murmu:
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Picture courtesy Kunal Chattopadhyay: ku2.jpg ku3.jpg ku4.jpg ku31.jpg
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Kundapur: Naxalites Continue Activities despite Police Operations

Posted by Admin on November 20, 2007



from Vinay Pais
for Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (SM)

Kundapur, Nov 19: The Naxalites who had escaped eight months ago have raised their heads, but this time near the deep forest area of Korthugundi of Charana Bail Amavasebail gram panchayat jurisdiction.

On March 23, this year, a Naxalite girl from Hammige village of Gadag district was arrested in the bus stand of Jaddinagudde of Amavasebail by the ANF. Since then the Naxalite activities in the region had suffered a set back.

But it is now being brought to light that Ammigundi pare with thick forest coverage, is an ideal place for their activities. So far this secluded region has been impregnable to police who used to visit the place every now and then.

Some twenty five families of Bovi community live in this region of reserve forest between Kolluru and Someshwar. Though there is no motorable road the place is the link to Shimoga district. A few bunts are also living in this remote area.

The region lacks basic infrastructures like electricity, roads, transportation, schools and other things. The tribals who have been living here for their lands, are now scared of police action against the Naxalites in Korthugundi camp where some hand-written banners, pamphlets in Telugu were found after the recent encounter.

It is for sure that Naxalites have specific mission and they have been able to meet their goals secretly despite heavy police security and regular combing operations. Though there are have not been many violent activities in the recent past, it is quite sure that unless some stern and immediate steps are taken, there are every chances of Naxalites movement gaining momentum in this secluded area. The administration should immediately think of providing these few families with basic amenities including education. Only this can prevent the intervention of Naxalites in the life of these innocent and economically poor families.

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