Wednesday, April 25, 2018

India massacre - 37 మంది మావోయిస్టులను విషంపెట్టి చంపారా ?

37 మహారాష్ట్ర గడ్చిరోలి జిల్లా లో జరిగిన ఎన్ కౌంటర్ బూటకమని వివిధ ప్రజా సంఘాలు ఆరోపిస్తున్నాయి. ఎటపల్లి తాలుకా లొని సింలి గ్రామాము లొ పెళ్ళి భొజనము లో కొవర్టు ద్వార విషం పెట్టి 37 మంది మావొయిస్టు నాయకులను, కార్యకర్తలను పట్టుకొని తీవ్రమైన చిత్రహింసలకు గురిచెసి కాల్చి చంపారని తెలంగాణ ప్రజాస్వామిక వేదిక కన్వీనర్ చిక్కుడు ప్రభాకర్ ఆరోపించారు. ఇది బి.జె.పి.ప్రభుత్వ దుర్మార్గానికి పరాకాష్ట అని మండి పడ్డ ప్రభాకర్ దీనిని దేశవ్యాప్త హక్కులసంఘాలు, ప్రజాసంఘాలు, ప్రజాస్వామిక వాదులు తీవ్రంగా ఖండించల్సింది గా విఙప్తి చేశారు.
ఈ ఎన్ కౌంటర్ ను తీవ్రంగా ఖండించిన సీపీఐ ఎంఎల్ న్యూడెమాక్రసీ దీనిపై సుప్రీం కోర్టు న్యాయమూర్తిచే విచారణ జరిపించాలని డిమాండ్ చేసింది. చత్తీస్ గడ్, మహారాష్ట్ర విప్లవోధ్యమంపై కక్షగట్టిన కేంధ్ర రాష్ట్ర ప్రభుత్వాలు నరమేధానికి ఒడిగట్టాయని ఆ పార్టీ తెలంగాణ రాష్ట్ర కార్యదర్శి సాదినేని వెంకటేశ్వరరావు ఆరోపించారు. సహజ వనరులను కొల్లగొట్టడాన్ని వ్యతిరేకిస్తూ పోరాడుతున్న ప్రజలపై దుర్మార్గమైన దాడులకు దిగుతున్నారని ఆదివారంనాటి పోలీసు దాడి అందులో భాగమేనని ఆయన అన్నారు. అది ముమ్మాటికి ఎన్కౌంటర్ కాదని వారందరినీ సజీవంగా పట్టుకొని కాల్చి చంపారని వెంకటేశ్వరరావు మండిపడ్డారు. పోలీసులు మావోయిస్టులను చంపి కేరింతలు, డ్యాన్సులు చేయడం వారి దుర్మార్గపు వైఖరిని తెలియజేస్తోందని ఆయన అన్నారు.
37 మంది మావోయిస్టు చనిపోయిన ఈ ఎన్ కౌంటర్ లో ఒక్క పోలీసుకు కూడా చిన్న గాయం కాకపోవడం అనేక అనుమానాలకు తావిస్తోందని విప్లవ రచయిత వరవరరావు అన్నారు. ఇది ఖచ్చితంగా ద్రోహి ఇచ్చిన సమాచారం ఆధారంగా అందరినీ పట్టుకొని కాల్చి చంపారని ఆయన ఆరోపించారు. 

Protest at Indian Embassies Worldwide the killings at Gadchiroli - Democracy and Class Struggle








The recent massacre at Gadchiroli  is another sad bloody page with the BJP Hinduvuta Fascist Modi Government killing the people and we call on people outside and inside India to protest this continuous fascistic killing by the Modi Government –in particular at Indian Embassies around the World on May 1st 2018

Those comrades killed serving the people in Gadchiroli names will be added to the People's hero's of India and their killers will forever wear the badge of shame. 

Long Live The Resistance to Operation Green Hunt 

Long Live the heroes of Gadchiroli eternal shame to their killers. 

Solidarity with the struggle of the oppressed of India from the Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr and the Welsh Socialist Republican Congress. 

May 1st Protest at Indian Embassies worldwide against the killings at Gadchiroli.

Long Live Proletarian Internationalism.






India: 40 Maoist Comrades killed within last 48 Hours - Hindutva Fascism Rise must be Stopped






Actions in germany support India




Im Vorfeld wurden in Berlin auch zwei Graffiti zur Unterstützung des Volkskrieges in Indien und der KPI (Maoistisch) an unterschiedlichen Orten angebracht.
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In Bremen wurde eine unangemeldete Demonstration im Arbeiterviertel Blockdieck durchgeführt. Die Demonstration, auf der Parolen wie Hoch die internationale Solidarität", Solidarität heißt Widerstand, Kampf dem Faschismus in jedem Land", Das wahre Gesicht ihrer Demokratie - Massenmörder das sind sie", Freiheit für alle politischen Gefangenen", Laal Salam", Naxalbari zindabad - zindabad, zindabad" und ich war ich bin ich werde sein - die Revolution wird die Menschheit befreien" gerufen wurden, wurde von den Massen im Viertel kämpferisch begrüß und unterstützt.
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In Essen wurden mehrere Wandmalungen erstellt. Wir zitieren hierbei aus der Erklärung der Roten Ruhr Crew: „Deshalb haben wir Wandmalungen in dem Arbeiter*innenstadtteil Essen-Huttrop angebracht, die zur Solidarität mit dem Volkskrieg in Indien aufrufen (Support People´s War in India“).
Auch die Notwendigkeit im Rahmen des Aktionstag für die Anerkennung der Kriegsgefangen und politischen Gefangenen samt Ihrer Rechte einzustehen, fand in den Parolen „Free G.N Saibaba“, „Recognize the Prisoners of war“ und „Support the political Prisoners in India“ Ihren Ausdruck.
Um auf die völkermörderische Politik der indischen, reaktionären Regierung aufmerksam zu machen, folgte die Parole „Stop Operation Green Hunt“, die sich gegen die 2009 begonnene Terrorkampagne gegen die breitesten und tiefsten Massen des indischen Volkes richtet.
Besonderen Dank gilt hierbei den von uns organisierten Massen die bei den Aktionen teilnahmen“
Die Genossen haben darüber hinaus eine Erklärung veröffentlicht, in der sie auf aktuelle Aktionen der Genossen in Indien eingehen, sowie einen korrekten Klassenstandpunkt zum proletarischen Internationalismus einnehmen.
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In Hamburg wurde im Zuge des bundesweiten Aktionstags in Solidarität mit dem Volkskrieg in Indien eine Kundgebung vor dem Hamburger Konsulat des indischen Staats durchgeführt, an der sich verschiedene revolutionäre Gruppen beteiligten.
Trotz des kleinbürgerlichen Charakters der Gegend um das Konsulat wurden einige Flugblätter verteilt und einige Passanten blieben stehen, um die Redebeiträge, die durch ein Megafon vorgetragen wurden, anzuhören.
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In Hannover wurden in der Nacht zwei Wandzeitungen aufgehängt mit den Parolen „Unterstützt die politischen Gefangenen in Indien“ und „Unterstützt den Volkskrieg in Indien“. Am Aktionstag selbst wurden in proletarischen Stadtteilen einige hundert Flugblätter verteilt.

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In Weimar wurde ein großes Wandbild mit der Parole „Smash Operation Green Hunt“ erstellt, das auch zur Unterstützung des Volkskriegs in Indien aufruft.
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Austria - Numerous actions in support of the people’s war in India


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Following we want to document a report from Austria, where numerous activities were developed, regarding the 49th anniversary of the founding of Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist). [source: demvolkedienen.org]

“If one wants the revolution, one has to have a revolutionary party”
(Mao Zedong)

On the 49th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) numerous actions in five federal districts in Austria took place. The revolutionaries in Austria organized meetings, made an action in front of the Indian ambessy und many posters and paintings where put on walls, with the attitude of proletarian internationalism.
Today the Communist Party of India (maoist) continues the way which was started in 1969 under heavy circumstances. People’s war in India today is the biggest revolution in the world and revolutionaries all over the world express their solidarity – because it is a shining role model in the struggles for revolution and the reconstruction of the Communist party.

At this great occasion the struggle for the liberation of political prisoners was put in the centre by the revolutionaries in Austria. In the prisons of the hindufascist Indian state more than 10.000 revolutionaries and communists are kept in captivity. Amongst those are great representatives of the revolutionary movement like Professor G.N. Saibaba who was sentenced to a life penal. Dispite the repression, terror und genocide in India they are not able break the neck of the revolution. In the opposite, the way of the new democratic revolution is breaking it’ way through, under the leadership of it’ revolutionary party, the Communist Party of India (maoist).

Freedom for all political prisoners in India!
Recognition of the prisoners of war in India!
Support the people’s war in India!

Long live proletarian internationalism!




Vienna – Revolutionary activists organized a meeting in Vienna, in which the history of the Communist Party of India (maoist) as well as the situation of political prisoners where topics. Especially the unbending attitude of the Indian comrades deeply impressed the guests and in the end of the meeting they were convinced that “they have to make their struggle to ours”!
With great internationalist enthusiasm and full of vitality an action in front of the Indian embassy was organized to show that the genocide in India is nor accepted in Austria and people’s war is supported!






India - massacre of maoists - No encounter happened in Gadchiroli on April 22nd 2018

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PEOPLEʹS UNION FOR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS



25th April, 2018


The killings of at least 37 Maoists by the combined force of the CRPF and the C-60, the elite unit of the Gadchiroli Police, on 22nd and 23rd April 2018 raises some very disturbing questions about the stateʹs methods of conducting ʹencountersʹ. In the morning of 22nd April, 64 police and paramilitary personnel gunned down 16 Maoists in Karnasur jungle in Bhamragod area in eastern Maharashtra. The following evening, 23rd April, the police commandos and security personnel killed another 6 Maoists in the Rajaram Khandla jungle, in the Jimalgatta area of Gadchiroli district. Subsequently, on 24th April, the police discovered 15 bloated bodies of suspected Maoists in the Indravati River. As of now, the toll stands at 37. While the Maoists have not commented to the attack, the police has claimed that the Maoists have lost three of their high-ranking commanders and seven women too. Hailed as the biggest anti-Maoist operations in four decades, the entire Gadchiroli district has been sealed off and the police-paramilitary combine are carrying out searches and raids.
When the state declares war on its people via encounters, the modus operandi of state is rarely questioned as it is believed that the state is fighting a just war against terrorists and anti-nationals who mostly double up as extortionists and harass the local population—like the Maoists. But, did an encounter really happen at Tadgaon?
Media reports suggest that the encounter on 22nd April began after a patrolling unit received specific inputs about the movement of the PerimilliDalam near Tadgaon, about 150 kms from the police headquarters at Bhamragod. The police surrounded the Maoists from all sides while they were having breakfast and were resting. Not a single security personnel was grievously injured or killed. There was no encounter; the state used a time-tested strategy of launching a one-sided attack with under barrel grenade launchers (UBGLs), meant to inflict a large number of casualties. The SP Gadchiroli, Abhinav Deshmukh, denied knowledge of how many rounds were fired. It is known that ʹencounter specialistsʹ are rewarded with promotions and awards. Not surprisingly, there were celebrations at Tadgaon after the ʹsuccessʹ of 22nd and 23rd April and a video released shows the jawans dancing to the foot tapping number of a popular Haryanvi song featuring Sapna Choudhary.
It may well be argued that the Maoists have engaged in similar attacks: in Chintalnar (Chhattisgarh) in 2010 when 76 CRPF jawans were killed or in Burkapal (Chhattisgarh) in 2017 when 25 CRPF jawans were ambushed. The pertinent point that is easily forgotten is that the state has the arsenal and not the Maoists. And, when the state decides to kill and not engage in political dialogue with its adversaries, it is necessary to revisit how the state looks upon its enemies and why.In 2010 the then Home Minister, P Chidambaram had said, ʹIf this is war, it is a war that has been thrust upon the state by those who do not have a legitimate right to carry weapons or killʹ. In 2016, his successor, Rajnath Singh said, ʹThere is no place for violence in a developed society and it is my desire to see that instances are brought down to an end in this country.ʹ There is no better proof than these ʹdesirousʹ statements of our Home Ministers, past and present and, which are reflected in the modus operandi of the present UP Chief Minister who has authorized no less than 1000 encounters in less than a yearʹs time.
If the state looks upon itself as the protector of the people, it has to be bound by lawfulness. PUDR strongly criticizes the mass killings at Gadchiroli on April 22nd and 23rd and the harassment that the local population is receiving at the hands of lawless security personnel in the name of searches and raids.

Shashi Saxena and Shahana Bhattacharya
Secretaries, PUDR

HOLANDA: Saludo del Comité Internacional de Apoyo a la Guerra Popular en la India en la celebración en Ámsterdam de los 45 años del Frente Democrático Nacional de Filipinas NDFP.



El Comité Internacional de Apoyo a la Guerra Popular en la India presente en la celebración en Ámsterdam de los 45 años del Frente Democrático Nacional de Filipinas NDFP. En la celebración se leyó el siguiente saludo:
Queridos amigos y camaradas:
Desde el Comité Internacional de Apoyo a la Guerra Popular en la India, queremos saludar esta importante celebración de los 45 años del Frente Democrático Nacional de Filipinas NDFP y la lucha del pueblo filipino, que bajo el mando del Partido Comunista de las Filipinas y el heroico Nuevo Ejercito del Pueblo desarrollan la Guerra Popular contra el imperialismo y el capitalismo burocrático, por una Revolución de Nueva Democracia.
Como ustedes bien saben, la Guerra Popular en la India se está intensificando día a día, dirigida por el Partido Comunista de India Maoísta, que implica y cuenta con el apoyo de millones de campesinos pobres, mujeres, masas de los intocables.
Una Guerra Popular contra la pobreza y la explotación capitalista y feudal, en las regiones donde son más agudas las contradicciones creadas por el turbulento desarrollo del saqueo de recursos, de la opresión de casta y de la explotación, por el capitalismo hindú vinculado al imperialismo.
Las masas de toda la India, dirigidas por el Partido Comunista Maoísta de la India, están escribiendo una página histórica de la lucha de clases en el mundo actual.
El desarrollo de la Guerra Popular en la India confirma que hoy la revolución es la tendencia principal en el mundo y que el maoísmo juega el papel de vanguardia y liderazgo en la nueva ola de la revolución mundial contra el imperialismo en crisis.
Por eso, es fundamental la continuación de la Guerra Popular en Filipinas contra el imperialismo Yanqui y su lacayo genocida Duterte, sin caer en los cantos de sirenas de acuerdos que solo favorece a los imperialistas, como bien recordaba el camarada Azad, vilmente asesinado por el gobierno indio:
“Todas las experiencias de la revolución mundial han demostrado en varias ocasiones que sin el ejército popular es imposible que el pueblo ejerza el poder. Nada es tan terrible para el imperialismo y los reaccionarios que las masas armadas y por ello aceptan con mucho gusto cualquier acuerdo para desarmarlas. En realidad, desarmar a las masas ha sido el estribillo constante de todas las reaccionarias clases dominantes desde la aparición misma de la sociedad dividida en clases. Las masas desarmadas son presa fácil para las clases reaccionarias y los imperialistas que llegan hasta efectuar masacres, como ha demostrado la historia.”
El proletariado mundial sabe que el avance de la Guerra Popular en la India y en Filipinas pone en duda no sólo el equilibrio de poder en Asia, sino también el del sistema imperialista mundial.
El Comité Internacional de Apoyo a la Guerra Popular ha lanzado una gran campaña internacional, el Spring Thunder Tour, que se va a desarrollar en la mayor parte de los países de Europa en diferentes formas.
Este Tour debe ser la expresión del internacionalismo proletario y del avance de la unidad del proletariado internacional, de los revolucionarios, de las fuerzas democráticas y de las naciones y los pueblos oprimidos del mundo.
Desde aquí, llamamos a todos los presentes a que participen en esta importante campaña, como ya tienen demostrado en otras ocasiones y que mantengan la Guerra Popular hasta el comunismo, la única alternativa que tiene la humanidad de sobrevivir ante este sistema genocida.
No quisieramos finalizar sin recordar a todos los martires de la Guerra Popular en Filipinas e India, así como a todos los prisioneros de guerra de los dos pueblos.
Queremos enviar un recuerdo especial para al profesor GN Saibaba firme defensor de la lucha del pueblo filipino, así como Kobad Gandy y Ajith.
Larga vida al Frente Democrático Nacional de Filipinas !!!
Viva el Internacionalismo Proletario !!!
Viva la Guerra Popular en Filipinas !!!
Viva la Guerra Popular en India !!!
Lal Salam!!!
COMITÉ INTERNACIONAL DE APOYO A LA GUERRA POPULAR EN LA INDIA

21 de Abril de 2018
 
Dear friends and comrades:

From the International Committee to Support the People's War in India, we wish to salute this important celebration of the 45 years of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines and the struggle of the Filipino people, which under the leadership of the Communist Party of the Philippines and the heroic New People's Army develop the People's War against imperialism and bureaucratic capitalism, for a New Democracy Revolution.

As you well know, in India the people's war is intensifying day by day, led by Maoist Communist Party of India. It involves and relies on the support of millions of poor peasants, women, masses of untouchables.
It is a people's war against poverty, feudal capitalistic exploitation, in the regions where most acute are the contradictions brought by the turbulent development of plundering resources, caste oppression and exploitation, by the Indian capital linked to imperialism.
The Indian masses, led by the Maoist Communist Party of India, are writing an important historical page in the world class struggle today.
The development of people's war in India confirms that the revolution today is the main trend in the world and that Maoism plays the role of command and leadership of the new great wave of world revolution against the imperialism in crisis.
That is why the continuation of the People's War in the Philippines against Yankee imperialism and its genocidal lackey Duterte is fundamental, without falling into the siren songs of agreements that only favors the imperialists, as Comrade Azad well recalled, murdered by The Indian government
“Entire experiences of the world revolution had demonstrated time and again that without the people’s army it is impossible for the people to exercise their power. Nothing is more dreadful to imperialism and the reactionaries than armed masses and hence they would gladly enter into any agreement to disarm them. In fact, disarming the masses has been the constant refrain of all the reactionary ruling classes ever since the emergence of class-divided society. Unarmed masses are easy prey for the reactionary classes and imperialists who even enact massacres as proved by history.”


The world proletariat is aware that the advance of people's war in India and Philippines puts under question not only the balance of power in the Asian region but also the equilibrium of the world imperialist system.
The International Committee in support of the people's war launches a great international campaign, the Spring Thunder Tour, to be conducted throughout Europe, in different forms, in most number of countries as possible.

This tour is and must be the reflect of the proletarian internationalism and the advancing unity of the international proletariat, of revolutionaries, democratic forces and the oppressed nations and peoples around the world.


From here, we call all those present to participate in this important campaign, as they have shown on other occasions and maintain the People's War until communism, the only alternative that humanity has to survive in this genocidal system.

We would not like to end without remembering all the martyrs of the People's War in the Philippines and India, as well as all the prisoners of war of the two peoples.

We want to send a special memory to Professor GN Saibaba, a strong advocate of the struggle of the Filipino people, as well as Kobad Gandy and Ajith.



Long live the National Democratic Front of the Philippines !!!
Long live the Proletarian Internationalism !!!
Long Live the People's War in the Philippines !!!
Long Live the People's War in India !!!


Lal Salam!!!

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE To SUPPORT the PEOPLE'S WAR IN INDIA

info India press - At least 37 Maoists killed in jungle raids in India

MUMBAI, India (Reuters) – The number of Maoist militants killed in an ambush by Indian security forces has risen to 37 after more bodies were pulled out of a river on Tuesday, authorities said.
After a four-hour gun battle on Sunday, some 16 militants, including women, were found dead, but police said an unknown number had been shot as they tried to escape into the Indravati river. Their bloated bodies began to surface on Monday.
“We pulled 15 dead bodies from the river on Monday and Tuesday,” said Prashant Diwate, a police spokesman in Gadchiroli.
Police also shot dead six of the Naxalite guerrillas on Monday evening.
Sunday’s operation took place in the same district, on the border between Maharashtra and Chattisgarh states, around 1,000 km (600 miles) east of Mumbai.
Landless peasants and tribal people form the rank and file of the Naxalalites, a movement whose origins go back to the late 1960s.
The name is derived from a village in West Bengal state where the group was founded. At that time they used bow and arrows, but these days they are armed with Kalashnikov automatic rifles and weapons captured from raids on police posts.
 Engaged in a grinding insurgency across India’s interior for the past few decades, the Naxalites have counted on funding from communist groups at home and abroad, and their strength runs into tens of thousands, with factions operating in most of India’s states.
According to the Interior Ministry more than 5,500 people have been killed since 2009 until the end of March in insurgencies stoked by what it calls left-wing extremism.

India: 40 Maoist Comrades killed within last 48 Hours - Hindutva Fascism Rise must be Stopped