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Arrest of different maoist cadres

On Friday, Maharashtra police said they arrested Maoist leader Ramanna, who headed the technical department of the Chhattisgarh (Maoist) PCI. Police arrested Rammana, alias Shrinivas Vitthalanna Madru, and his wife Padma Kodape in the town of Ballarshah (Chandrapur district) on Friday, and the authorities were informed that Rammanna was there with his wife. handed a trap, arresting the couple to deliver him to the Gadchiroli police “according to a Gadchiroli police statement. Ramanna, 65, has been active in the Maoist movement since 1976-77. He had been in charge of the party’s technical department in 1995. After 1996, he worked for the Maoist in Kondagoan, Maad, Tipargarh, Aherai and the Bastar region. The statement reads, “He was involved in making weapons for the Maoists and was also working to train young Maoist cadres in the handling of weapons.” His head was priced. His wife, Padma Kodape, aka Sammakka or Lata was a member of the 1992 party, his head was also priced and is accused of being involved in several actions attributed to guerrillas in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra.
Three Maoists wanted by the authorities were arrested by the police following a raid on a house in the suburbs of Chennai this Saturday morning. The police claimed that the three people were working as farm laborers and had been fleeing for more than a decade. Dasarathan, 38, and his wife Shenbagavalli, 36, trained at a Naxalite camp in Andhra Pradesh. Dasarathan’s brother, Jagaveerapandian, 34, was also arrested. A police officer stated that during their interrogation, they said that they planned to recruit young people in the area. The local police commissioner said, “We were informed of the presence of a Maoist group in a building in Poodni, Tiruvallur district, and put it under surveillance before raiding the house.” Police said a meeting was underway upon their arrival and that ten people had escaped their grip. A laptop, two phones, maps, DVDs and USB sticks were seized.
District of Tiruvallur

Guerilleros maoïstes

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TUNISIA: students union members standing for the freedom of prof. G.N. Saibaba, Kobadh Ghandy and all political prisoners in India

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CPI Maoist Increase Military Operations Along Andhra Pradesh-Telangana Border Region

 info india press news

Tension has mounted on the Andhra Pradesh-Telangana border with the CPI(Maoists) resorting to violence during the last few days. The Central forces taking up anti-Naxal operations in the border forests have sounded an alert.
Naxalites have restricted the paramilitary forces from gaining entry into their strongholds by digging trenches and felling trees on the roads. The extremist leaders are holding meetings with the villagers in tribal pockets. With the Naxalites intensifying their movements in Chhattisgarh and Odisha, the Greyhounds parties have been alerted and combing operations stepped up. Members of the People’s Liberation Guerilla Army (PLGA) damaged the roads, blasted a bridge and injured three persons including a Cobra jawan and two civilians in the last few days.
The AP police recently stressed on deployment of more police forces to curb Naxal activities. “As the Maoist menace is an inter-State issue, we are holding discussions with our counterparts in the Naxal dominated States. The cooperation from the officers is good,” an officer said.

Austria: Actions for solidarity to G.N. Saibaba!

On an antifascist demonstration this weekend in Austria activists supported the international days of action for the political prisoners in India. Within the protests against the most aggresive parts of the Austrian Bourgeoisie the demonstrators defend proletarian internationalism and held up a banner and posters in solidarity to Saibaba and all political prisioners in India.
 Austria: Actions for solidarity to G.N. Saibaba!
On an antifascist demonstration this weekend in Austria activists supported the international days of action for the political prisoners in India. Within the protests against the most aggresive parts of the Austrian Bourgeoisie the demonstrators defend proletarian internationalism and held up a banner and posters in solidarity to Saibaba and all political prisioners in India.

info and support for bandh against “fascist repression” on February 5

Malkangiri: At least 40 heavily armed red rebels barged into the construction camp at around 12 PM while work was underway for a village road led by uniformed cadres of Andhra Odisha Special Zonal Committee (AOBSZC) of outlawed CPI (Maoist) group.
The Maoists also set ablaze several vehicles in three separate incidents in the district bordering Chhattisgarh. They burnt down four trucks, two JCBs and a tractor at Bhupatiraopet in the same district.
They left behind a letter saying their action was in protest against the illegal sand mining in the area.
The rebels, through the posters, condemned the alleged “sand mafia” operations, attempts to set up opencast projects, and displacement of poor and downtrodden sections in the name of major projects in the State.
They called upon people to make the ensuing bandh called by the CPI (Maoist) in Telangana-Dandakaranya region against “fascist repression” on February 5 a success.

After arrest of seven ʹCPI (Maoist) membersʹ, teacher questioned on ʹNaxal linksʹ ends life – info received

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DAYS AFTER he was questioned by the Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) in connection with the arrests of seven alleged members of the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist), Mumbai schoolteacher Prabhakar Macha committed suicide on January 23.
Close family friends said Macha, who was mourning the loss of his second wife who died recently, was dealt a double blow when investigators from the ATS came knocking on his door and grilled him and his son for a night. The ATS also seized documents from his home in Mumbaiʹs central suburbs.
ʹOn January 23, around 10.30 am, his son came running downstairs asking the security guard to call for an ambulance. His father had hanged himself from the ceiling of their bedroom. Macha, who has been working as a Telugu teacher with a Wadala school for the past 20-odd years, was a sympathiser but never an active member.

While he was disturbed by his wifeʹs death, the questioning by ATS sleuths left him disturbed. Within a couple of days of the questioning, he ended his life,ʹ said S Yadgiri, secretary of M-2 Building in Sionʹs Prateeksha Nagar where Macha lived with his family. ʹThe family is currently in Telangana to perform his last rites,ʹ added Yadgiri.
According to the FIR registered by the ATS in the case against the seven alleged CPI (Maoist) members, Machaʹs name was disclosed by arrested accused Ajay alias Mahesh Lingya Venugopalan.
However, while seven other alleged members named by Venugopalan have been arrested, Macha was allowed to go after questioning. Meanwhile, the families of the arrested men claimed they were innocent and had no links with any banned outfit or ideology.
Mamta, the wife of arrested accused Babu Shankar, said her landlord had given her notice to vacate their rented home in a slum colony in Ghatkopar. Shankar, a labour supervisor with a leading company, was among the seven arrested for alleged Maoist links.
ʹWe moved to Mumbai around seven years ago and since then my husband had been working with the company. However, after his arrest, we have been given a notice and asked to vacate the house. I have two toddlers. At such short notice, how will I be able to make alternative arrangements?ʹ Mamta said while speaking to The Indian Express. ʹMy husband has nothing to do with Naxalism or the ideology. I think he has been wrongly implicated,ʹ she said.
Family members of another arrested accused Narsayya Laxmayya Jubala shared similar thoughts. Jubala, a contractor with the same firm, was arrested by the ATS suspecting him to be an active member of the CPI (Maoist). ʹMy father works as a contractor and returned home after his duty hours. He was never into any discussions or attending any seminars or meetings. He has been falsely implicated and we hope he is discharged soon,ʹ said Usha, Jubalaʹs daughter.
While the ATS FIR does not mention any link between the arrest of the seven men and the recent Bhima Koregaon violence, the family members said ATS sleuths asked them for details of their whereabouts between December 31 and January 2. ʹMy father had travelled with me to Bengaluru on December 30 and returned the next day after dropping me at my college. On December 31 night, I had made a video call and spoke with my family members to wish them for the new year. The ATS had asked for details on his whereabouts during this period and we have submitted the online tickets and other details to support our stand,ʹ said Usha.
Mamata said her husband had visited Bhima Koregaon but had left on December 31 and returned the following day. ʹHe went there along with some of his colleagues. After the ATS quizzed us, we informed them about the same,ʹ added Mamta.
In the FIR, the ATS has said the arrested accused were looking to recruit more individuals from Maharashtra and Gujarat. The investigators believe Maoists want to spread their ideology in the industrial belt across the two states — the ʹGolden Corridorʹ. The seven accused have been booked under sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967. The ATS has said Maoist literature and CDs were recovered from the arrested accused.
(Source:http://indianexpress.com)

ITALY: FREEDOM FOR SAIBABA, KOBAD GHANDY, AJITH AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGN

Palermo’s University for Saibaba!

demo’s for prisoners in naples – speaks mfpr/PCm Italy




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“A Call to the People to Fight Back the New Form of Salva Judum and the Supportive Organization of Greenhunt, Salva Judum-2”

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“Against Harrakoder Fake Encounter"

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CC Collected Statements: Volume 2 (March 2007 - July 2010)

CC Collected Statements: Volume 3 (August 2010 - August 2014)

Collected Interviews — September 2004 - August 2014

Message to the Milan International Conference in Solidarity with the People’s War in India

A Call to the People of India! Shatter the shackles of imperialism and feudalism, Destroy this rotten system! Build your future and that of the country with your own hands!

Statement in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) on September 21, 2004, issued by the Odisha State Committee of the CPI (Maoist) -Hindi

Pamphlet in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) on September 21, 2004, issued by the Odisha State Committee of the CPI (Maoist) -Hindi

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Jan Sangram, 2014 Pamphlet On International Day Of Support -Hindi

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Merger Declaration of the CPI(Maoist) and CPI(M-L)Naxalbari

Boycott the sham parliament & assembly elections!

Comrade Abhay Interview on General Elections — 2014

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The message for the International Conference in Hamburg by the Secretary, CPI(Maoist)

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