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Maoists’ backed tribals hold rally in Orissa

Posted by Admin on August 2, 2009

india-3July 5th: BANDHUGAON – Hundreds of tribals staged a rally in Bandhugaon in Orissa’s Koraput district on Saturday asserting their right on land.

The tribals, with the backing of the Maoists, accused the non-tribals of grabbing their land.

The Maoists have been reportedly instigating tribals to forcefully acquire the land belonging to non-tribals. They are against the acquisition of tribal land for establishing multinational companies.

“The Adivasis (tribals) in Koraput are fighting for their land rights, their rights of livelihood, their right to live in this district and this place. From Koraput and from other districts of Orissa Adivasis are being displaced. The areas are being given to multinationals,” said Vijay Kumar, a local resident. Read the rest of this entry »


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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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Residents of Lalgarh and its surroundings wait to collect rice at the Block Development Office of Lalgarh on Monday. Due to “Operation Lalgarh,





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Lalgarh Pictures

Posted by Admin on July 4, 2009

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People with bows and arrows run to block state police in Goaltore, from where a road leads to Lalgarh on Friday.


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A procession of the tribals in Bankura’s Mejia. Picture by Gour Sharma




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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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Maoist leader leads rally near Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on June 26, 2009

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Even as Chief Secretary Ashok Mohan Chakraborty was holding discussions with senior officials on the joint operation

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STIFF RESISTANCE: Hundreds of supporters of the People’s Committee against Police Atrocities at a rally in Dharampur near Lalgarh on Wednesday.

LALGARH: Even as West Bengal’s Chief Secretary Ashok Mohan Chakraborty was holding meetings with senior police and administration officials here on Wednesday on the operations against Maoists and the Maoist-backed Police Santrosh Birodhi Janasadharaner Committee (PSJBC), activists of the PSBJC took out a procession, led by a prominent Maoist leader, at Dharampur – not more than 10 km from here.

Starting from Goumichowk, six km from here, the PSBJC supporters marched down the narrow gravel path through villages with traditional weapons, beating drums and shouting slogans against the police and the CPI(M).

Maoist leader Bikash, who came into spotlight after holding a press conference on June 15 where he admitted that Maoists were supporting the PSBJC movement, moved around with an AK-47 toting henchman, supervised the crowd and ordered it to maintain order.

Bikash said though the security forces reached Lalgarh without much resistance, they would not find it easy to penetrate further.

Asked about their strategy against the security forces, which were camping at the Lalgarh Police Station since June 20, he said: “Time will tell. But we will stop them for sure.”

At the end of the procession, several local PSBJC leaders addressed the crowd.

One of them, a close aide of Bikash, Asit Mahato, said roads had been dug up at several places and camps set up to keep an eye on police movement.

“The joint forces have to walk over our bodies if they try to enter the area beyond Lalgarh,” he said.

More forces arrive

Though there was no force movement on Wednesday, seventh day of the offensive against Maoists and the PSJBC, combing operations in adjacent villages continued. On the request of the State government, 10 companies of the Border Security Force reached Lalgarh.

Some companies of the Eastern Frontier Rifles (EFR) and the Central Reserve Police Force also reached Goaltore, 20 km from here.

Distribution of relief materials resumed on the day at the Block Development Office here and long queues of men and women were seen outside the office premises.


Ananya Dutta writes from Kolkata:

Spokesperson for the Communist Party of India (Maoist) in West Bengal Gaur Chakraborty was remanded to police custody for 14 days by a court in Kolkata on Wednesday.

He was produced at the Bankshal Court where he was remanded to custody by Acting Chief Metropolitan Magistrate C. Bhattacharya.

On Tuesday evening, the city police apprehended Mr. Chakraborty outside the office of a private news channel in the Park Street area. He was later arrested under Section 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.

The Communist Party of India (Maoist) was declared a banned organisation under the Act by the Centre on June 22.

The Hindu

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Lalgarh Tribals hold huge rally at Dharampur

Posted by Admin on June 24, 2009

Lalgarh , June 24 At least 5,000 tribals today held a rally brandishing swords, spears, bows and arrows and shouting anti-government slogans at Dharampur near here when the top government officials including state Chief Secretary Ashok Mohan Chakraborty were making a visit to the restive Lalgarh area.

The rally, which the police claimed had outsiders suspected to be Maoists and organised by the PCPA, was held just 10 km from the police station at Dharampur. The speakers, mostly unknown faces, raised anti-government and anti-police slogans.The rally starting from Gahanichowk village went to Dharampur village via Harina village and then went a further one kilometre up to terminate near the CPI-M party office. A meeting was held there.

The speakers urged the government and police to leave the villages so that the tribals can live in peace. They also promised to protect their villages at any cost.


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