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Andhra government extends ban on Maoists
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
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.
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.
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.