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posted by Bimal 8/04/2007 10:24:00 AM, ,

Andhra government extends ban on Maoists

Andhra Pradesh government on Wednesday extended the ban on CPI-Maoist and seven of its frontal organisations for a further period of one year. The group known as Peoples War Group (PWG) was first banned in 1991.

The state cabinet, which met in Hyderabad on Wednesday, took the decision to extend the ban on Maoist outfits, under the Andhra Pradesh Public Security Act, in view of the continuing Maoist violence in the state. 

Briefing newsmen after the cabinet meeting, Information and Public Relations Minister Anam Ramnarayan Reddy said the ban would be extended till August 16, 2008 on CPI-Maoist and its frontal organisations, namely, Radical Youth League (RYL), Rythu Coolie Sangham (RCS), Radical Students Union (RSU), Singareni Karmika Samakhya (Sikasa), Viplava Karmika Samakhya (Vikasa) and All India Revolutionary Students Federation (AIRSF).

The ban on CPI-Maoist and frontal organisations was relaxed in 2004 but was re-imposed on August 17, 2005, following the killing of then Congress MLA Chittem Narsi Reddy and nine others by a Maoist action team at Narayanpet in Mahbubnagar district on Independence Day.

The ban came nine months after the peace talks between the Maoists and the state government began in October 2004.


posted by Resistance 8/01/2007 11:22:00 PM, ,

CPIML (Liberation) Rally video


posted by Resistance 8/01/2007 10:59:00 PM, ,

21 get lifer for Dalit massacre in Tsunduru

Tsunduru (Guntur), July 31: A special court on Tuesday sentenced to life 21 upper caste persons and gave one-year jail terms to 35 others in the sensational Tsunduru Dalits massacre case. The case involved the murder of eight Dalits of Tsunduru on August 6, 1991 by people belonging to Reddy and Telaga castes.

Special Judge Anis of the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Court acquitted 123 persons in the case, the trial of which took 16 years to complete.  Pronouncing the verdict in the packed court room, the judge said the convicted did not deserve capital punishment as the case was not the 'rarest of rare kind'.

The village had a history of communal feud and clashes between Dalits and upper caste Hindus were common, she pointed out. Public prosecutor B. Chandrasekhar had sought capital punishment for the accused by claiming that it was a rarest of the rare cases.  Police had cordoned off Tsunduru village and had imposed prohibitory orders to prevent any untoward incidents after the judgment.

Dalit communities were disappointed at the judgment. At the same time, the family members of those who  were awarded life sentences wept outside the court. Modugula Mallikarjuna Reddy, Gudeti Brahma Reddy, Chidipudi Srinivasa Reddy, Padyla Haribabu and C. Punnareddy were sentenced to life for killing J. Mattaiah.

Poluru Prasada Reddy and Kosana Pitchaiah got life sentences for killing Mallela Subbarao.  Kosana Nageswara Rao, Kosana Prasad and Kosana Sivaiah butchered one Dalit Mandru Ramesh, whose body was found near a canal. They too got life terms.  The murder of Jaaladi Isaac got convictions for Gopireddy Kotireddy and Kolli Sambireddy.

Modugula Sitarama Reddy, Kosana Edukondalu, Myla Siva Prasad and Ambati Prasad were convicted in the murder of one Angalakuduru Rajamohan. His body was found near a railway track.  Gorrepati Sambireddy, Topireddy Prasada Reddy and Mani Veerareddy hacked one Devarapalli Jayaraj to death. Modugul Mallikarjuna Reddy and Ikkurthi Sivaiah murdered one Jaladi Immanuel. All of them got life sentences.

The other 35 upper caste persons got one-year terms for moving around the village with deadly weapons. They should also pay a penalty of Rs 2,000 each or undergo imprisonment for one more month.  Charges were levelled against 220 persons, of which 33 died during the course of the trial. As many as 179 accused were present in the court on Tuesday. The public prosecutor said he would recommend an appeal against the verdict so that some of those acquitted were also punished.


posted by Resistance 8/01/2007 01:45:00 PM, ,

New Maoist activities: Why they target the Internet?

Maoists extremist (Naxalites) are now trying to bring ideological revolution through the internet. Their effort is to induce urban youths in armed revolution and to give a strong foundation to their organisation. After strengthening their presence in rural areas of Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand and in Orissa they are now aiming at urban areas of the nation.

They are using the means of e-mail and internet and other networking facilities to spread their mission. In all prominent cities of India, they are sending e-mails to the youths to associate with them. The organisation has made many groups in the Yahoo portal. Naxal literature, information about armed activities and plans for future attacks are being reached to the targeted people. According to their plan, Universities and colleges of Delhi and other places are being included in the Naxal movement. Through the medium of the net, the organisation is also engaged in collecting funds.

By taking the support of Nepal youth they may have got the strength to overthrow the Nepal King. Through the medium of the net, information is being spread regarding the armed struggle and agitations against the governments. Hence the democratic institutions should mull over the issue and come out with solutions. The Communists have been ruling West Bengal for the last 30 years but not much has been achieved in the name of development.

It seems the government machinery there runs under the threat of terror and pressure. Progress does never mean that we keep moving backwards. If the Communists had faith in development then West Bengal would have been on the top today. Hence all the political parties need to become aware of the new designs of the Naxals.  


posted by Resistance 8/01/2007 09:23:00 AM, ,

Maoist Information bulletin [Published by International
Department , Central Committee,
Communist Party Of Nepal (Maoist)] extracts below.
Complete Information bulletin can be found at http://krishnasenonline.org/Bulletin/editorial.html

The Worker
Organ of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)
11th Issue Coming soon !
Contact lal_rpg@yahoo.co.uk to place your order.


After a gap of many months we are able to bring this issue in your hand; we must apologize to our readers for this delay. It was further more important for us to provide with the latest information regarding rapid political developments especially in Nepal, which we could not be done because of this delay.

After the outstanding development of People’s War for ten years, new situation arrived at in Nepal for the joint mass movement in order to overthrow the 239 years old autocratic monarchy and establish ‘republic’. As a result of ten years of PW and unprecedented 19 days joint mass movement based on the achievement of the PW, a new political situation has been emerged in Nepal. The agenda of election of constituent assembly which was the agenda of only CPN(Maoist) before six years is now major political agenda of the nation. The heroic people of Nepal have already established republic in the street during the Mass Movement-II and it is the responsibility of the eight parties to institutionalize the same through the process of election of the constituent assembly, which it seems far from being achieved. Under a grand design of the foreign and domestic reactionaries, namely, the US imperialists, Hindu fundamentalists of India and monarchists, to sabotage the election of constituent assembly, it was not held in the stipulated time of ‘mid-June’ and it has been rescheduled for November 22, 2007.

Some districts of Terai, plain land of southern part of Nepal adjoing to India, have now become the play ground for all the reactionary elements and use their stooges to fulfill their reactionary ambitions. The immediate aim of this design is to sabotage the process of election of constituent assembly and wipe out the influence of our party from Terai and its long term aim is to separate and split Terai or Madhesh from Nepal and incorporate in Bihar of India. Leadership of the seven parties who are engaged in the politics of appeasement and the interim government which is victim of inaction, there is every possibility that the reactionary conspiracy may succeed to disrupt the process of election of constituent assembly. Only a bold and daring decision of declaring ‘republic’ from the legislature-parliament and go to the election, which only can ensure the election to be held in stipulated date. But pro-US, pro-king and pro-Indian Hindu fundamentalist elements within the leadership of ‘Seven parties’ are causing obstacles in it. Thus we feel that another popular mass movement needs to be launched so that the government and the seven parties will be compelled to agree in declaring ‘republic’ from the legislature which can pave the way for the election of constituent assembly and form a ‘New Nepal’

Our Party, the CPN(Maoist) thinks that it is going through a new experiment of continuing and developing the revolution through peaceful way in a situation created by the ten years of PW and the successful historic April mass movement. It is quite natural that revolutionaries and oppressed people of the world have their eyes on the political development of Nepal. Definitely Nepal is in the cross road. There are definitely big challenges and big opportunities. Necessity of the hour is to face the challenges and achieve the opportunities.

Revolution in Nepal is the part of the world revolution. Therefore it should serve the world revolution and also deserves support from world revolutionaries. While developing the PW during the last ten years it was felt that the international support was not enough that was required to achieve the nationwide victory of the revolution. It is necessary to fulfill this task during this time of peaceful development of the revolution. Every body can easily see how our party is working hard for the enhancement of our international relations. It will not be any exaggeration to say that we have made a significant achievement in this regard during the last six to ten months.

To enhance the international relation is not only necessary for the nationwide victory but it is essential for sustaining the new state as well. In the event of the US imperialist working day and night to isolate our party, further enhancement of international relation is inevitable both for the victory of the revolution and sustenance of the new state. Who is real friend of our country and the people of Nepal and who is not, can be determined by the role played by them in relation to the development of revolution and its sustenance.


posted by Resistance 7/31/2007 11:37:00 PM, ,

Maoists call Jharkhand bandh on August one

LATEHAR (JHARKHAND): Maoists on Monday called a Jharkhand bandh on August one and torchlight rallies for a week from Tuesday over arrest of three of its cadres. The three cadres — Madan, Naveen and Kiran — were arrested in Patna by the Bihar police on July 29, but the police were yet to confirm it, a self-styled spokesman of the maoist's Jharkhand-Bihar-Uttar Pradesh Regional Committee, Pravirji, said in a statement here.

Demanding immediate confirmation of the arrests, the proscribed outfit in the release said that it feared their 'harassment' at the hands of the police. Essential services would be kept out of the purview of the bandh, which has been called in Jharkhand only, it added.

Source: Times of India

posted by Resistance 7/31/2007 11:33:00 PM, ,

Andhra Pradesh ‘Gestapo’ police used AK47 on unarmed people

Hitler's Gestapo style police of Andhra Pradesh used AK47 for firing on unarmed people in Mudigonda violence in Khammam district. According to rules directed by central government, AK47 should not be used in public places and they should be used only for encountering insurgents armed with similar type of weapons. In many countries, AK47s are not given to civil police but in India, they are given to civil and reserved police for encountering insurgents.

Andhra Pradesh government started giving AK47s to police in year 1993 for encountering Maoist insurgency but on condition that such kind of sophisticated weapons should not be used in public places and on civilians. But, present government didn't take any action on those police who used AK47 in public place and that too on civilians. They just decided to transfer officers but not to file murder charges on those police who killed civilians using AK47.

AK47 was invented by Russian army officer Mikhail Kalashnikov in 1947 and it was named as Automatic Kalashnikov 47 (AK47) after him. Russia started using AK47 in 1951 for defending itself from America and other imperialist countries during cold war. Countries that were not allied in cold war refused to use AK47s but later some of those countries started using AK47s for encountering insurgency and terrorism.

Presently, 60 -70 countries are using AK47s but such type of weapons are not used by police for firing on civilians in those countries. Andhra Pradesh police stooped down to the level of using AK47s on civilians for serving the interests of bourgeoisie ruling class.


posted by Resistance 7/31/2007 10:30:00 PM, ,

Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organisation of South Asia


The Indian rulers seek total domination of the countries of South Asia acting as the gendarme of the US in this region. At the recently held SAARC Summit it went so far as to propose a South Asia Parliament seeking to undermine even the existing limited sovereign of the South Asian countries. Earlier they had proposed a common currency for the region to further consolidate its economic hegemony in the region. At the SAARC Summit it continued to push its SAFTA {South Asian Free Trade Association, n order to dominate the markets of the region and allow the unhindered free flow of goods made in India {mostly by the big comprador houses and the TNCs} to all countries of South Asia.

CCOMPOSA CALLS for the disbanding of SAARC and the setting up genuine forums of people to people relations between the countries of South Asia.

Lately the Indian rulers have been even more crudely intervening in the internal affairs of neighboring countries and even more crudely crushing the national aspirations for self-determination of the Kashmiri, Naga, Manipuri, Assamese, etc people.

In Nepal they have been playing an active role to diffuse the democratic aspirations of the Nepalese people and prop up the reactionary elements after isolating the Maoists. They have been instigating the Madheshi people of the Terrai against the Maoists in league with the Nepalese monarchy. Hindu fundamentalists have been particularly active in setting up vigilante gangs to murder activists as happened in Gaur where 28 Maoists were killed. Recently these gangs murdered a Central Committee member of YCL {Young Communist League} in the terrain region together with another comrade. The Indian ambassador has, of late, pro-active roaming in the interiors of Nepal offering large sums of money for schools, hospitals, roads, etc in order to wean away the masses from the influence of the Maoists.

In addition the Indian Para-military have fired on and killed the Nepalese of Bhutani origin from returning to their motherland and have been fully involved the US conspiracy to transport 60,000 refugees to the West as some modern day form of slave labour. The US imperialists and Indian rulers have been working to prop up the reactionaries and neutralize the Maoists. CCOMPOSA strongly condemns the role of the Indian rulers in Nepal and demands that they stop meddling in the affairs of Nepal and the India people bring to justice the murderous gangs operating across the Nepalese border.

In Bangladesh the Indian rulers have not only openly backed their stooge Sheikh Hasina but have utilsed the present army-backed caretaker government to push through massive deals for Indian big comprador houses. They have sought help the Tatas to make massive investments there and lately the Mittals have signed a gigantic deal in the energy sector of Bangladesh. The Indian ambassador has been actively acting in the country together with the US ambassador in the dealings between the various political parties and the caretaker government. CCOMPOSA demands that the large natural wealth of poverty stricken Bangladesh be utilized for the development of their own country and not robbed by Indian compradors and the US imperialists.

In Sri Lanka they openly threatened the government when it sought arms from China and Pakistan. The Indian rulers have already imposed humiliating free-trade agreements on Sri Lanka. They have also surreptitiously been assisting the Sri Lanka government to crush the just aspirations of the Tamil people for a Tamil Elam. CCOMPOSA demands the scrapping all these unequal agreements and supports the just struggle of the Tamil people for their self-determination from the jack-boots of the Indian ruling classes.
In addition the Indian rulers continue to maintain and tighten their vice-like grip over the small countries of the region like Bhutan, Sikkim, Malldives, etc and continue their attempts to bully Pakistan utilizing the Kashmir card. Particularly they continue to forcibly maintain the oppressed nationalities within Indian hegemony. Not only does the Indian army of occupation crush their just demands with utmost brutality, they have been pitting one section of the people against the other to drown their just struggles in oceans of blood. This is to be seen in Nagaland, Manipur, Assam, Kashmir and elsewhere. CCOMPOSA demands that the people people of these oppressed nationalites be allowed to determine their own future and the immediate and total withdrawal of Indian army and para-military forces from all these regions.
South Asia has become a burning cauldron of revolutionary, democratic and nationality movements. CCOMPOSA supports all these just movements and calls on the peoples of South Asia to unite against their common enemy and not fall prey to the divisive policies of the rulers and their US imperialist backers in the region.

1) Proletarian Party of Purba Bangla-CC; PBSP (CC) [Bangladesh]
2) Communist Party of East Bengal(ML)(Red Flag); CPEB (ML)(Red Flag) [Bangladesh] 3) Bangladesher Samyobadi Dal(Marxist-Leninist) BSD(ML) [Bangladesh]
4) Communist Party of Bhutan (Marxist-Leninist-Maoist) CPB(MLM)
5) Comminist Party of India (Maoist) ; CPI(Maoist)
6) Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Naxalbari CPI-ML (Naxalbari) [India]
7) Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist-Maoist) CPI(MLM)[India]
8) Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist); CPN(Maoist) [Nepal]


posted by Resistance 7/31/2007 09:59:00 PM, ,

Mudigonda police firing: A well-designed Conspiracy

Monday July 30 2007 12:02 IST

KHAMMAM: Saturday's Mudigonda police firing is slowly but surely turning out to be a well-designed conspiracy by some police officers.

Though it was not known whom they were targeting, locals say that it was Bandi Ramesh, a local CPM leader, spearheading the movement in the area.

Look at the sequence of events. The local SI makes a couple of rounds to the rastaroko place and asks the agitators to call off the stir.

At 11:30 am, the CI and SI, accompanied by some policemen come to the place again and take away agitating TDP and CPI leaders, who did not offer any resistance.

An hour later, the two officers come to the spot again and warn Bandi Ramesh of serious consequences. At exactly, 1:15 pm, they return to the place along with Additional SP.

Taking the agitators completely off guard, they drag Ramesh out of the dharna camp and beat him up mercilessly.

By the time, the agitators regroup, the CI whips out his revolver and a plainclothes constable opens fire from self loading rifle on the agitators.

It was then that the people rained stones on the police and rescued Ramesh. But, the firing continued and no one knows for sure who ordered the firing on the mob.

The plainclothes policemen were identified as 'special party personnel' who are under the direct control of Officer on Special Duty. It is not common for the officers to use them in such law and order situation as they are specifically trained in anti-Naxal operation. It was not clear under whose instructions Additional SP Ramesh Babu took the special party personnel with him.

This is not the first time that the Additional SP, who joined the force as SI and rose to this level with accelerated promotions, was involved in a similar situation. On January 29 this year, he ordered firing on CPM activists near Bhadrachalam.

One person lost his leg in the incident.

This website's newspaper managed to talk to one of the police personnel who were at the scene of the incident. The policeman, on strict condition of anonymity, said that the situation did not warrant firing. ''It was going on smoothly. They were not willing to call off the agitation till 4 p.m. Suddenly, the Additional SP descended on the spot and the scene changed. In a flash everything happened and the policemen were firing for about 15 minutes. They had spent about 80 bullets. Couple of them emptied AK-47 and SLR magazines (each magazine has 31 bullets). With bodies lying all around, we retreated slightly and by the time people regrouped, we left the place,'' he said.

On his part, Bandi Ramesh said the CI entered into an argument with him. ''I have nothing personal against the officer. But, he threatened to kill me and even attempted that. It was the activists who saved my life,'' Ramesh added.

Locals, who witnessed the incident said that the local MRO, who has the powers to order firing, was not present on the spot. Answers to all these questions may come up during the inquiry to be held by Additional DG Lokendra Sarma.


posted by Resistance 7/31/2007 09:56:00 PM, ,

Land clash sets off tit-for-tat game- Left settles Nandigram scores with sack cry

Mudigonda (Khammam), July 29: Handed its own Nandigram in Andhra Pradesh, the CPM is using it to settle the Bengal Nandigram scores.

Politburo member Sitaram Yechury demanded the resignation of Congress chief minister Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy for yesterday's police firing in this village that killed four Left land activists and two by-standers.

"Reddy demanded the resignation of Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on account of police firing in Nandigram. He should quit on the same grounds," said Yechury, who has rushed here with other Left leaders.

The CPM appears to have decided to use the tragedy at Mudigonda, 15km from Khammam town and 211km from Hyderabad, to polish its pro-landless image and offset its mistake in Nandigram.

Unlike Bengal, where the CPM is acquiring plots for industry in the face of Opposition-led farmer protests, the Marxists have joined theCPI in Andhra to agitate for land for the poor.

The firing happened during a Left bandh to protest the Congress regime's failure to keep its poll promise of handing vacant government land to the urban homeless to build houses and the rural poor to cultivate.

A mob had attacked the revenue divisional officer's (RDO's) office at Mudigonda, burning documents and furniture, when the police caned them, fired tear gas shells and then 70 bullets.
Yechury and CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta claimed the police had fired on peaceful protesters.

Police hide

Mudigonda today bore close parallels with Nandigram. The administration seemed to have collapsed amid simmering public rage, with most personnel having deserted the police stations in Khammam town and Mudigonda, which are being guarded by the reserve police.

The police's morale appears to have been hit after the government transferred Khammam police chief R.K. Meena and suspended his deputy, additional superintendent M. Ramesh Babu. A circle inspector and a sub-inspector, too, have been suspended.

The police may not have expected such a carnage. ASP Ramesh Babu, believed to have ordered the firing, left the scene in plain clothes, a resident said.

"He took off his uniform and escaped in a lungi and T-shirt borrowed from a constable," said schoolteacher Harinarayan, 46.

The bodies are still lying in front of the collectorate. Since morning, supporters of the Left, who have called another bandh, have been descending on Khammam.

As in Nandigram, motley Opposition leaders — such as the Telengana Rashtra Samiti's K. Chandrasekhar Rao and the Telugu Desam's N. Chandrababu Naidu — are making a beeline for the carnage site.

But not a single Congress leader dared follow them. S. Chandrasekhar, a minister from the district, chose to slam the Left from his secretariat chamber in Hyderabad.

Housing irony

The site of the land battle, ironically, is a place where the government had been touting its showpiece housing project for the poor.

Mudigonda is dotted with 500-600 half-finished houses, being built under the Indiramma project, which features 25 lakh houses across the state, each with a portrait of Indira Gandhi in front.

The Left says the houses are too expensive at Rs 40,000-45,000 and wants free plots for the poor instead. The Congress accuses it of playing politics.




posted by Resistance 7/30/2007 02:33:00 PM, ,

Violence erupts again in Nandigram, one killed, 25 injured

Kolkata, July 29: One person was killed and eight others injured as fresh clashes erupted between members of the Trinamool Congress-backed Bhumi Ucched Pratirodh Committee (BUPC) and CPI(M) cadre in Nandigram today.

CPI(M) supporter Bapan Patra, who received bullet injuries, died in the evening. Two others, reportedly BUPC members, are said to be in a serious condition.

The BUPC has called for a 24-hour bandh in Nandigram tomorrow.
FRESH TROUBLE: The RAF was deployed in the troubled area, which has witnessed clashes since January.

The RAF was deployed in the troubled
area, which has witnessed clashes since January.

BUPC members ransacked CPI(M) Zonal Committee office. Police had to resort to a lathicharge to control the mob. The clash started at around 11 am, when BUPC members took out a rally to celebrate the anti-CPI(M) mahajot's victory in seven wards of the Haldia Municipality. The BUPC rally followed a CPI(M) rally, celebrating Left Front's win in Haldia.

East Midnapore District Police Superintendent Anil Srinivasan said, "Both parties took out rallies in Nandigram today morning. During the rallies, there were some problems and a clash erupted, in which, guns were used and bombs hurled. Later, the mob tried to ransack the CPI(M) party office. Some of our men also received minor injures. We are deploying forces in Nandigram and the bordering areas to maintain peace."

According to police, on Sunday, CPI(M) first took out a victory rally in a Nandigram market. This was followed by a rally by BUPC members in the same market. While the BUPC rally was passing a bus stand, crude bombs were thrown on the supporters. This sparked tension and BUPC supporters attacked CPI(M) Zonal Committee office. At the time of the attack, local CPI(M) leaders and supporters were present at the office.

Meanwhile, a huge contingent of police personnel arrived at the spot and resorted to lathicharge to control the situation. CPI(M) leaders and cadres, including Zonal Committee member Ashok Bera, fled the spot.

Bera said, "They were trying to set fire to the party office. A number of our supporters were beaten up. I managed to save my life by escaping."

BUPC supporters, led by Abu Sufiyan and Abu Taher, then gheraoed Nandigram Police Station for an hour protesting police brutality. As the news of the clash spread, firings were also exchanged between BUPC members and CPI(M) cadre in Bhangabera and Tekhali, bordering Nandigram and Khejuri. The opposing factions hurled crude bombs at each other. Shops in Nandigram market downed shutters and the area took a deserted look with BUPC members and police patrolling various areas. The villagers and BUPC members also dug up many roads.

Sisir Adhikary, Trinamool MLA from Egra, said, "The CPI(M) has planned the attack with the help of the police. We were having a peaceful victory rally when they hurled crude bombs. Later, near their party office, police mercilessly lathi-charged us. Over 30 of our supporters are have been injured."

CPI(M) Zonal Committee member Ashok Guria said, "The Trinamool is trying to disrupt the peace process. They attacked our party office without any provocation and tried to kill our supporters."



posted by Resistance 7/30/2007 09:54:00 AM, ,

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

Courtesy: Naxal Revoluton
Heroic Martyrs of the India's Revolution ( Random Images )

Com Charu Mazumdhar

Com. Vempatapu Sathyam

Com. Panchadi Nirmala

Com. Panchadi Krisha Murthy

Puli Anjanna (Sagar) APSCS
October 1993

Com. Saroj Dutta

Hari Bhushan

Swarupa (Jyothi)
Seernaplli 5-2-92

Kongala Sudhakar Reddy

Muralidhara Raju

I.V. Sambasiva Rao (Master), CCM
28 Feb. 1997

Seetha (Nagulakonda)

Chintala Venkata Swamy
(Suryam) APSCM

Sneha Latha

Madhava Reddy

Gaddar at a Martyrs column

Naxalbari Lal Salaam !

posted by Resistance 7/30/2007 09:42:00 AM, ,

Martyrs week respons


PARALAKHEMUNDI, July 29: The Martyrs' Week ~ called by the CPI (Maoist), which started yesterday did not have much impact on Gajapati district as the police had been deployed in full force and there was high alert in almost all places. Certain areas which had been termed as "hyper-sensitive" has commandos armed with "shoot-at-sight" order.

A maoist meeting in Bihar( a file photo)

Posters written in Telugu have sprung up in certain places of Rayagada and Gosani blocks. The people of Parida, Gothei, Kinchilingi, S Karadasingi and Gandahati villages and in some places near the Mahendragiri hills found the posters pasted at a few selected areas and immediately alerted the police. On the other hand, the bandh call called by the CPI and the CPI-M in Andhra Pradesh to protest against the killing of their supporters in the Kha-mmam district during the bhoomi paratam agitation, had its impact on Gajapati. SNS


Bihar Jails placed on high alert

PATNA: Having been caught unawares during the November 13 naxal attack on Jehanabad jail in 2005, the jail authorities are not willing to leave anything to chance.

It was quite evident when all the jails in the state were put on high alert from July 28, the date on which Charu Mazumdar, one of the founder-members of Ultra's movement was killed.

Laxmaunpure-Bathe monument

The CPI (Maoist) is observing a martyr's week in his memory.

"Special vigil is also being kept on jails located in Gaya, Bhagalpur, Patna, Sitamarhi and Motihari in the wake of intelligence reports hinting at a possible Naxal attack," said IG (Prisons) Sandeep Paundrik on Sunday.

Giving details of the special measures taken, he said, SPs of respective districts have also been asked to depute additional security personnel on the jail premises to counter any possible attack apart from the additional lighting arrangement done in the jails. "Leave of all those posted in different jails has been cancelled," Paundrik added.

Maoists blow up railway signal system in Andhra Pradesh

Kuneru (AP), July 29: Maoists on Sunday blew up a railway signal system in Vijayanagaram, damaging property worth rupees three million.

About 20 Maoists, including five women, blew up the cab
in at Kuneru railway station in Vijayanagaram, where signalling system was installed.

The Maoists also set on fire the records of the railway station.

"They were 15 to 20, out of whom five were women. They took control of the station. They set all the records on the fire and blew up the signalling system," said Trimurti, Station Master.

Maoist left a note pasted on the wall of the railway station demanding their leader Dharma alias Bhupati, who was arrested on July 23 by Andhra Police, should be presented before a court immediately.

Maoists operate in 13 of 29 states along the "red corridor", referring to a stretch from the Indo-Nepal border to the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.

According to Home Ministry, 76 districts in Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal are 'badly affected by Maoist violence'.



posted by Resistance 7/30/2007 09:17:00 AM, ,

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