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Arundhati Roy in Milan: “Saibaba is my friend, grazie”.

In Milan the 14th of June, it was organized massive diffusion of leaflet and dossier about Saibaba and all politiccal prisoners in front of Parenti Theather were Arundathy Roy was presenting her new book.

The writer stopped briefly with the comrades of Italian Commitee Supporting People’s War in India and said she will involved in the battle for Saibaba and all the political prisoners in India.

 

 

 

 

Italy, 19th june: for the Liberation of Gonzalo, Saibaba, Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, Maruti Workers in India and all political prisoners

Actions in french and indian consulates in Milan. Indian Consolate will receive a delegations in the upcoming days that will denounce the case of Saibaba, the meeting will be supported by a manifestation.

Meeting with workers in Palermo (south of Italy) supporting all political prisoners.

Milan, french consolate

Milan indian consolate:

Palermo:

50th anniversary of naxalbari’s uprising in Manipur

The Maoist Communist Party Manipur successfully commemorated the 50th Naxalbari uprising at all the newly established Revolutionary villages (Yawol Khul) of Manipur. Details of the uprising and the movement

for the liberation of the revolutionary masses were discussed in depth with the local participants at the functions. It is being organized as an International contingent of World proletarian Revolution as per  resolution adopted by Maoist organizations in solidarity with the peoples War in India.  Mention may be made that the since the beginning of this year 2017,the MCPM has been making a huge stride and putting a relentless effort in establishing the five “Yawol Khuls” and we strongly believe and have faith in the public that we will be able to establish more “Yawol Khuls” in the days to come, spreading the message of liberation. With a determined effort by our party Red cadres & working in tandem with the political cadres, we have a strong belief that by the month of July of this year, the people of Manipur will definitely see some visible a landmark in the history of the liberation struggle of Manipur. Indeed the exclamation of Comrade Lenin “The Revolutionary Storms in the East” is true to the core in our land, Manipur. Our Homeland is endowed with a fertile revolutionary mind and all we need is only a right grooming in the right direction of the liberation movement. The MCPM is also aware of the wariness of the middle & the ruling classes, who with their “Bourgeoisie Education” opposes the class & liberation struggle. But with an appropriate “walk the talk” liberation agenda of the MCPM, we believe that these opposing classes will soon see the light at the end of their dark tunnel of pseudo liberalism under occupation. The Manipur Maoist also understands that the opposition to the liberation movement by some of our own people is due to the infringing activities against the law of liberation by some of our own state actors who masquerade as “Yawol-Lois”. The MCPM truly and sincerely hope to revamp the liberation movement of our Nation, bringing a change in the history of the liberation struggle of Manipur, with a firm faith that other “Yawol-Lois” will encourage (nurture) us and hoping that the people of Manipur will rise in unison one day & bringing a change not only Manipur but to the whole of the liberation struggle of south Asian sub-continent. The MCPM convey to the Indian Maoist their best wishes in their struggle to free the oppressed class from the clutch of the Indian hegemony. The MCPM affirming the “Unity of Struggle” strongly believes that one day we will defeat the common “Imperialist India”.

The MCPM affirming the “Unity of Struggle” between Manipur and Indian Maoist strongly believes that one day we will defeat the common “Imperialist India”.

(Kyonghan Mangang)         Coordinator, Standing Committee,         Maoist Communist Party-Manipur.

Talks with Comrade Malina by ‘Outlook’ – The next front

Deep inside the forests of Bastar, reticent Maoist commander Hidma chose to send one of his deputies to speak with Outlook. Claiming to be a Gond, Malina, who is a functionary of the Jagargonda Area Committee, appeared with three armed guards while the dreaded Battalion One lurked nearby. She spoke to Ushinor Majumdar. Excerpts:
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‘Rape  Victims  Have  No Clue  About  Legal  Proceedings’ :  Com : Melina

What do you have to say about the April 24 killings at Burkapal? Eventually the road will bring welfare for the villagers.
The issue was not the road, which we do not object to. It is the policemen who are unwittingly working for the corporates and eventually the roads will be a path to torture villagers. As revenge for attacks by the PLGA, the police are now detaining and torturing scores of innocent villagers.
But you too kill the villagers mercilessly…
When we receive credible information about villagers passing information to intelligence agencies or the police, the party convenes Jan adalats. There, the people—incl­uding other villagers—decide their fate. First they are counseled, but if they do not change ways…
Many are leaving your fold…
There are many fake surrenders here; the pol­ice parade ordinary villagers as surrendered  commanders. During summers, villagers migrate to Telangana, Andhra and other places to work as coolies or with the mirchi seths (chilli merchants). The police and the DRG go in civvies to those villages, drag the villagers to their stations here and claim they are members of the militia.
Many from the PLGA have joined the police.
Some have, like Hari Ram of Chenna Bodkel, Mangu, Shankar, Ganesh…quite a few of them who worked as party members, but they were not all militia. These traitors left the party, joined the police and come back with the cops to assault and torture villagers.
Without roads and development, a generation of tribals will also not be educated.
The Jantana Sarkar runs its own schools, where the medium is Gondi though other languages are also taught. Those who study till Class 8 or 10 also become teachers at local schools. I too learnt to read and write at such a school. We were also taught about leaders like Marx, Lenin.
Shouldn’t you allow the district administration easy access here for development work?
Doctors, journalists…nobody is allowed to come in here because of intimidation by the police. Take [Podium] Panda’s case. He was a sarpanch and never worked with us, but was free to travel anywhere. We don’t use sarpanches to run errands.
Despite their poverty, you take money and rations from the villagers…
We take taxes, but they are a limited amount and not collected by force. It is the public’s party, so they voluntarily pay what they can. The public also gives us food and other items because we are working for them.
You have made several claims about security personnel sexually assaulting women…
Even during the recent incident at Raiguda, the security men tried to drag a woman into her house but she resisted and hit them back. So, the others stopped the men. That’s what the villagers told us.
Do they approach the police to complain?
There was a minor who was raped, but when she approached the Chintagufa police station to complain, she was arrested for filing a false case. So nobody goes to the police any more; there are no hospitals here. They don’t understand your legal system; so how will they wait to go to a hospital for tests to prove rape? Security personnel come in large numbers. Who knows which one of them sexually assaulted a woman?
Are fresh recruits joining the PLGA?
There are two or three recruitments each year. We train them. They are also taught about the public’s problems and how the party’s ideology will be used to deal with these.
Your area of influence is decreasing. Do people follow your ideology?
We observed the 50 years of Naxalbari [uprising] between this May 23 and 29. Ours is a protracted war. It will spread from village to village, district to district. From Naxalbari to Srikakulam to Chhattisgarh, it has been a long road that is not going to end soon.

Leader Of CPI Maoist In Malkangiri District Condemns False Accusations Made By Government

MALKANGIRI : CPI (Maoist) Korukonda Area Committee leader Ramana has claimed that the government has been falsely accusing Maoists of opposing development works like electrification, drinking water and education projects in Malkangiri.
In a release to mediapersons here on Friday, he demanded power supply to all the villages under the newly-formed Chitrakonda block and alleged that health services are in a disarray.
He stated there are no health workers or anganwadi centres and schools in the villages causing hardship to the villagers. Some miscreants disconnected electricity supply at Hatguda and once the culprits are identified, their case would be decided in praja court, he wrote in the letter. The Maoist leader assured that they will never obstruct any development works.

Leaders Of CPI Maoist In Bihar Seek To Consolidate Their Cadre Base Amidst State Repression

PATNA: The CPI(Maoist) leaders in Bihar are trying to consolidate their cadre base and moving places to meet their supporters.
Central intelligence agencies have alerted the state police on the movement of top Maoist leaders like Vijay Yadav alias Sandeep ji, Nanadlal Yadav alias Nitesh ji, Indal Bhokta and a few others who were spotted at Chakarbandha forests in Gaya district last week.
The security forces have been put on alert due to the unusual gathering of the senior Maoist leaders. The area is close to the Bihar-Jharkhand border.
Police sources said an attempt to consolidate the Maoist cadre could be understood from the fact that there has been decline in violence recently. Only 31 cases of Left-wing extremism (LWE) violence were reported from January to May. Five Maoists were neutralized and 134 were arrested. There was no casualty of security personnel.
In 2016, total 100 cases of LWE violence were reported and 10 Maoists were neutralized besides 468 arrested. Total 13 security personnel, including 10 jawans of Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) were martyred.
“We are yet to intercept any call, but have ground intelligence suggesting that Maoists from Jharkhand and West Bengal have reached Bihar,” sources said, adding Maoist leaders had called a meeting at Sahajpur in Aurangabad district on May 2, but it could not take place due to alert security forces.

“We have information that the Maoists are also approaching people in villages, especially those involved in land dispute through their supporters and sympathizers and promising to solve their cases,” said a source.
Central intelligence agencies have also alerted local police about the Maoists, who have come out on bail and rejoined their groups.
Following alert from intelligence agencies, IG (CRPF, Bihar sector) M S Bhatia had called a high-level meeting on June 9 and asked the officers to strictly follow standard operating procedures (SOP) during anti-Maoist operations in forest areas.
“New strategy to conduct pointed strike on Maoist cadres and leaders after gathering concrete input was also discussed,” said a source. At present, three battalions of SSB and seven battalions of CRPF are engaged in anti-Maoist operations in the state.
IG (operation) Kundan Krishnan told TOI that Muzaffarpur, Banka, Jamui, Nawada, Aurangabad and Gaya are the districts where maximum cases of Maoist violence have taken place in the past. “These six districts are among the 35 districts identified by the central government from where more than 80% cases of LWE violence were reported in the last couple of years,” he said, adding that efforts were on to make Muzaffarpur, Nawada and Banka free from Maoist violence in the next two years.

Spreading their footprint, Maoists map new zone of operations in three states

The new area covers forested pockets in districts such as Balaghat in Madhya Pradesh, Gondia in Maharashtra, and northern Rajnandgaon and parts of CM Raman Singh’s home district Kabirdham and Mungeli in Chhattisgarh.
For a little over a year, left-wing extremists operating in Chhattisgarh, who have been largely confined to the Bastar region in the south, have been attempting to create an entirely new zone along the western border, according to a Maoist document retrieved by state police. The new area covers forested pockets in districts such as Balaghat in Madhya Pradesh, Gondia in Maharashtra, and northern Rajnandgaon and parts of Chief Minister Raman Singh’s home district Kabirdham and Mungeli in Chhattisgarh.

The 25-page document, recovered in April this year, describes the new area as the MMC (Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Confluence) zone. It indicates that the idea is to create an entity like the Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee in Bastar.
Drafted in the form of a review of the year’s progress in the new zone, the document also highlights issues specific to the area that the leadership must take up to win over villagers, such as land, differential pricing of bamboo in different states, and even demonetisation.

Senior police officers confirmed the contents of the document, believed to have been authored by the “MMC Leading team” in March 2017, and said that this marks the first expansion by Maoists in the region in at least eight years.
READ: Maoist couple carrying Rs 9 lakh reward surrenders in Odisha’s Malkangiri district
Speaking to The Indian Express, D M Awasthi, Special DGP (Anti Naxal Operations), Chhattisgarh, said, “Yes, it is true that they are attempting to create a new zone called MMC. We are well aware of it and have been working against it. The first intimation we got about this development was in April 2016. Since then, they have been trying to build, and influence villagers for the past one year. We have taken various steps, such as organising troops and building an intelligence network. So far, they have had little success. There have been some close calls with their leadership in the area, and exchanges of fire as well, but no casualties. A new zone is indeed a matter of concern, and requires us to be especially vigilant.”
While Rajnandgaon is not new to Maoist violence — in 2009, the then SP Vinod Choubey was killed in an ambush along with 29 other policemen — their activity was restricted to the southern parts of the district. However, Kabirdham and Mungeli have seen little or no Maoist activity so far.
Senior police officers confirmed that the MMC is the first zone that the Maoists are building after the BBM (Bolangir, Bargarh, Mahasamund) division under the Orissa state committee between 2006 and 2007.
According to intelligence sources, the Maoist hierarchy sent 58 senior and middle level cadres, headed by a Maoist commander Surender, to expand and operationalise the MMC in November 2015. “Darbha divisional commander, Surender, was promoted to a rank equivalent to a Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee member and has been camping in the forests in those areas, heading the attempted expansion process. He is also known as Madkami Soma and hails from the Golapalli area in Sukma,” said a senior officer.
Police sources said that a small division of Maoists in the region, called the GRB (Gondia, Rajnangaon, Balaghat), with between 20-30 members has merged with the team from Bastar, creating a cadre of at least 80 Maoists.
”They have created what they call two vistaar platoons, numbered 2 and 3, and along with the existing GRB division, are in charge of the expansion,” said another officer.
Officers, however, said that other documents, recovered from scattered exchanges of fire in the past year, have revealed that the Maoists have not seen much success thus far, and are still in the initial stages of “gaining people’s trust and building village level committees”.
Prashant Agarwal, SP, Rajnandgaon, said that thus far, exchange of fire with the Maoists of the MMC in Chhattisgarh has been restricted to northern Rajnandgaon. There have been reports of their movement in Kabirdham, but no firing has taken place there, he said. Mungeli, he said, has not seen any Maoist movement.
According to senior officers, there have been nine instances of exchange of fire in this area in the last year, with one jawan killed in an encounter in Bhave in February 2017 — an SLR and 12 bore rifles were among the arms recovered.
On one occasion, the Maoists attacked a security guard at an ATM in the town of Khairagarh, injuring him and taking away his rifle. On two other occasions, vehicles were burnt on under-construction roads in January and June.
Officers said there are also indications that the top leadership of the Maoists, possibly members of the Central Committee, have visited the region to push the process.
“In the encounter where the jawan was killed, we found recent editions of the Economic and Political Weekly, right up to December 2016, which indicates that a senior leader was present,” said an officer.
The recovered Maoist document includes a section, which says that efforts need to be taken to increase “political awareness of the movement”. “We have to familiarise village level committees of the strategies and policies of the people’s war,” it states.
The document says that there have been encounters in September, December and February, where the Maoists lost key papers, leading to security forces learning of their plans.
“After this, there has been a change in the forces’ plans. Camps have been put, and cordoning and searching has been increased. There are conducting searches after gaps of three or five or seven days, and coordinated missions have been increased. On one occasion, these operations lasted for four days. They have assessed the danger of our expansion into this zone from a political standpoint, which is why there are alerting more troops here,” it states.
The document also cautions cadres to remain “mobile” and not “stay in one place at a time”. “Once the forces’ location is received, information about the circumstances must be gathered in two hours, and taking into account their capabilities, a plan for attack must be formulated. By firing from one side, and trapping them from the other, this strategy must be employed. Instead of wasting energy by chasing them, on specific information, ambushes should be laid… Ammunition should not be extensively used, but explosives devices must. Our attack should be based on different types of booby traps and mines,” the document states.
Senior officials indicated that Chief Minister Singh has been kept abreast of the developments, with the topic coming up during his month-long Lok Suraj campaign in May, including in Kabirdham.
Besides, they said, new security camps have been opened over the past year in the region.
Between May 8 and June 8 this year, Chhattisgarh Police, ITBP and Madhya Pradesh’s Hawk team set up a joint temporary camp to conduct operations and facilitate the building of a 13-km road from Gatapar to Malaida village in Rajnandgaon, which till then had not seen much Maoist presence.
Asked about coordination with Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, Awasthi said, “We have had excellent coordination with both Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. I will be travelling to Maharashtra soon to have meetings about this.”

CPI Maoist Extends Support to Peasants On Strike In Madhya Pradesh

 

red spark

RAIPUR: Extending support to the farmers’ strike in Madhya Pradesh and other states, Outlawed Communist Party of India (Maoist) have dropped pamphlets and put up banners expressing solidarity with the agitating peasants.

  Pamphlets and banners in support of agitating farmers were seen at some places near Pakhanjoor area in Kanker district. It was mentioned in the pamphlet that CPI (Maoist) Pratap Area committee extends their support to the agitating farmers. Besides, the rebels also dropped pamphlets in Bijapur district strongly condemning the killing of farmers in police firing in Mandsaur district in neighbouring Madhya Pradesh.
  Meanwhile, police said search and combing operations have been intensified in areas where such pamphlets were found. Police forces are on alert as farmers in Chhattisgarh have also given a call for blocking national highways across the state on June 16 in support of their demands including immediate increase in support price of paddy to Rs 2,100 per quintal and payment of bonus of Rs 300 per quintal for the paddy being procured under minimum support price scheme.

India – Leaders Of CPI Maoist In Bihar Seek To Consolidate Their Cadre Base Amidst State Repression

PATNA: The CPI(Maoist) leaders in Bihar are trying to consolidate their cadre base and moving places to meet their supporters.
Central intelligence agencies have alerted the state police on the movement of top Maoist leaders like Vijay Yadav alias Sandeep ji, Nanadlal Yadav alias Nitesh ji, Indal Bhokta and a few others who were spotted at Chakarbandha forests in Gaya district last week.
The security forces have been put on alert due to the unusual gathering of the senior Maoist leaders. The area is close to the Bihar-Jharkhand border.
Police sources said an attempt to consolidate the Maoist cadre could be understood from the fact that there has been decline in violence recently. Only 31 cases of Left-wing extremism (LWE) violence were reported from January to May. Five Maoists were neutralized and 134 were arrested. There was no casualty of security personnel.
In 2016, total 100 cases of LWE violence were reported and 10 Maoists were neutralized besides 468 arrested. Total 13 security personnel, including 10 jawans of Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) were martyred.

“We are yet to intercept any call, but have ground intelligence suggesting that Maoists from Jharkhand and West Bengal have reached Bihar,” sources said, adding Maoist leaders had called a meeting at Sahajpur in Aurangabad district on May 2, but it could not take place due to alert security forces.

“We have information that the Maoists are also approaching people in villages, especially those involved in land dispute through their supporters and sympathizers and promising to solve their cases,” said a source.
Central intelligence agencies have also alerted local police about the Maoists, who have come out on bail and rejoined their groups.
Following alert from intelligence agencies, IG (CRPF, Bihar sector) M S Bhatia had called a high-level meeting on June 9 and asked the officers to strictly follow standard operating procedures (SOP) during anti-Maoist operations in forest areas.
“New strategy to conduct pointed strike on Maoist cadres and leaders after gathering concrete input was also discussed,” said a source. At present, three battalions of SSB and seven battalions of CRPF are engaged in anti-Maoist operations in the state.
IG (operation) Kundan Krishnan told TOI that Muzaffarpur, Banka, Jamui, Nawada, Aurangabad and Gaya are the districts where maximum cases of Maoist violence have taken place in the past. “These six districts are among the 35 districts identified by the central government from where more than 80% cases of LWE violence were reported in the last couple of years,” he said, adding that efforts were on to make Muzaffarpur, Nawada and Banka free from Maoist violence in the next two years.

India – 80 ‘political prisoners’ on hunger strike over ‘torture’ of jailed Maoist

 

Source: Avaninews
Around 80 political prisoners in four jails — three of which are in Kolkata — went on a 24-hour hunger strike Saturday morning to protest against the ʹtortureʹ inflicted on former Maoist Kalpana Maity, who is currently in Alipore Womenʹs Jail. The strike at Presidency Jail, Dum Dum Jail, Jalpaiguri Jail and Alipore Womenʹs Jail began at 6 am and end at the same time Sunday.
Ranjit Sur, a member of the Association for Protection of Democratic Rights, a city-based human rights organisation, said he was in touch with the prisoners and that the organisation had received a written complaint from Maity detailing the ʹtortureʹ.
(Source:Indianexpress)
ʹShe gave us the written complaint at her last court appearance, which was on the 6th of this month. She was to approach the court as well but couldnʹt place her complaint in front of them in the last hearing. According to her complaint, Kalpana has started suffering from many illnesses since she was shifted to Alipore jail. She suffers from high blood sugar, arthritis and a number of other illnesses.
She alleges that the jail warden has issued instructions to all other inmates in the prison that if she asks anyone for help, they are not to help her. The other inmates have been prohibited from talking to her, and she has been prohibited from talking to them. She has been instructed to clean her own cell and bathroom which the other inmates donʹt have to do. Other inmates are allowed on the prison grounds for walks or exercise. Kalpana has been denied this facility,ʹ said Sur.
He added that despite Maity being an political prisoner, recognised by the court as such, she was not given due facilities. ʹThere are certain things that a political prisoner is to receive by law, such as a table, chair, books, newspapers and writing material. The prison authorities have not given her these facilities. She has been isolated completely,ʹ he alleged.
According to Sur, Maity was arrested on December 4, 2010, with four other alleged Maoists, Sudip Chongdar, Barun Sur, Akhil Ghosh and Bimal Mallick, from Maidan in Kolkata. She was known to be close to Maoist Kishenji, often called his ʹshadowʹ. ʹThe political prisoners have decided that if this torture does not stop, then across all jails in West Bengal, they will go on an indefinite hunger strike,ʹʹ said Sur.
In 2012, soon after coming to power, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had permitted the release of 51 political prisoners who had received life terms and had already served over 15 years in jail. The recommendations were made by a ʹReview committee for the release of political prisonersʹ, headed by retired Justice Maloy Sengupta. However, while the Sengupta committee had recommended the release of all political prisoners, this was not done.

Important CPI (Maoist) documents

"Against Proposed Aerial Attacks on Adivasi Areas"

Red Homage to CPI(Maoist) Central Committee member Comrade Sridhar Srinivasan!

“The closure of three thousand schools and ashrams by the CG government is a symbol of the economic and academic bankruptcy and its anti people character”

“In Support of the Australian Indigenous Peoples’ Struggle Against Adani”

“Rise Against the Proposed Salva Judum-2 with the name Vikas Sangharsh Samithi (Committee to Struggle for Development)! — An appeal to the people, democrats, progressive intellectuals, writers, teachers, lawyers, media personnel, human rights organizations, adivasi, non-adivasi social organizations, sarv samaj, sarv adivasi samaj”

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

“Boycott the Visit of Modi, the Prime Servant of CBB and MNCs to Chhattisgarh”

“Against the Family Planning Murders of Women”

“Condemn the Limitation on Buying Paddy”, in support of the peasant’s struggle

“Against Harrakoder Fake Encounter"

MIB Interview with Comrade Ganapathy: “Building on the new, unique and unprecedented achievements of the last decade, Indian revolution will certainly overcome the difficult situation to win newer, larger and more glorious victories”

Unite, Fight Back and Defeat ‘OGH—Third Phase’ of the Fascist Modi Government

Fight Back [against] the Anti-Working Class Amendments to Labour Laws by the NDA Goverment! Vikas model of Modi is Vinash for the people of India and Vistar for the imperialists and compradors!

CC Collected Statements: Volume 1 (September 2004 - February 2007)

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

Condemn the Invasion of Gaza and Massacre of Palestinians by Zionist Israel! Hail the Heroic National Liberation Struggle for Independent Palestine!

Pamphlet and in honor of Com. Barunda (Sushil Roy), put out by the Odisha State Committee of the CPI (Maoist) -Hindi

Jan Sangram Issue4 July 2014 -Hindi

CC CPI(Maoist) Statement on the Lok Sabha Election Results

Jan Sangram 2014 March - Special Election Boycott Issue -Hindi

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

Tongpal Ambush is the Consequence of White Terrorism of the Indian State in the name of Operation Green Hunt — ‘War on the People

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

Boycott the sham parliament & assembly elections!

Comrade Abhay Interview on General Elections — 2014

Condolence Message of the CC, CPI(Maoist) on the Demise of Comrade S. A. Rauf

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

The Call of the CC, CPI(Maoist) to celebrate the 9° anniversary of the Party

On the PLGA Attack of May 25