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Archive for March 28th, 2007

SFI,Wiped out in college polls

Posted by Indian Vanguard on March 28, 2007

Courtesy Revolutionary path

Today SFI, the student’s wing of CPM, a social fascist, terrorist party in west bengal province of India was decisively defeated in the election to the Arts Faculty student’s union(AFSU) in Jadavpur University in kolkata. They lost all the four portfolio seats to FAS(Forum for Arts Students) a newly formed organisation.


Jadavpur University is one of the most prominent and prestigious universities in India. Not only because of it’s academic excellence but also the history of glorious student’s struggle right from the 50’s and 60’s. It was the storm center of the naxalite movement of the 70’s.


However SFI, a criminal organisation dominated by lumpens and thugs have been holding the arts faculty union for the past 8 years by using different fair and unfair tactics. But the students have now made it quite clear that they will not tolerate this tactics of intimidation to continue naymore. They will not allow their beloved university and its honour be trampled by the pseudo-leftist,criminals.


This election mandate also reflects the growing disdain that is prevailing among the students and youth of west bengal about the bourgeois policy of the West Bengal government to grab the land of poor peasants and give it to the profit monger MNCs to satisfy their ugly hunger.


SFI had made this so-called pseudo-industrialisation an issue and has got a slap from the student community. The students of Jadavpur University have categorically rejected the anti-people economic policy of the CPM(Left front0 govt. and their politics of terrorism , mass murder and mass rape.

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Few Facts About Mahendra Karma’s Interview..

Posted by Indian Vanguard on March 28, 2007

By Prabath

In his interview given recently Mr.Karma claimed that two of his brothers

have been killed since the start of “Salwa Judum”,that his convoy has been attacked n numbers of time,that his family living in their native village are alwaysin danger of naxal attack etc.


The Facts:- After the naxalites attacked Errabore Camp a fact finding team was sent from Delhi which also included Urmila Sing(tribal congress leader from Madhya Pradesh).To her surprise their team was recieved by one of the brother of Mr.Karma who was supposed to have been killed by naxalites few days back.She later found out that the person who was killed had a similar name as that of Karma’s brother.But karma didn’t waste any time in garnering sympathy in the name of his brothers death.


About his convoy being always a target of the Maoist,it is a popular belief among the locals of Bastar that even if there is a cracker sound coming from few kms from his convoy Mr.Karma claims that he has been attacked in front of the press and media.


He and his family never live in the village as claimed by Karma.The nearest Government Rest House is their permanent resting place everytime he goes to his native place and not their house in the village as claimed by him in the interview.


The truth is that the Tribals of Bastar feel cheated by him after “Salwa Judum”.Even the SPOs are also turning their heat against him after “Rani Bodli” incident in which 39 SPOs were killed.


The tribals now realise that Karma has divided their community by making them fight against each other. In a desperate measure Karma formed “Chattisgarh Adivasi Mahapanchayat” recently for the welfare
of the Tribals but little does he realise that thousand of tribals have already been killed and displaced and their agriculture land lying unclaimed for the Tata’s and Essar’s to Acquire in Bastar just because he has been bought by the Multi National Companies and who in turn will sell this great Country to Imperialists like America???

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AP would thwart Moists attempts : Jana Reddy

Posted by Indian Vanguard on March 28, 2007

Hyderabad : Home minister K. Jana Reddy on Tuesday said that the Andhra Pradesh police would thwart any attempts of Maoists to attack jails and free their comrades.The Special Intelligence Branch that deals with intelligence on Maoists had put out an alert that the extremists may resort to mass attacks in areas on the borders of Chhattisgarh and Orissa

Reacting to the report, Mr Reddy said, “Not only jails, Maoists can strike at any place. We will give a fitting reply.” Police had increased security at jails, particularly in Maoist-affected regions following mass attacks in Dantewada in Chhattisgarh last year. Mr Reddy told mediapersons after the passing out parade of jail warders, “We too have
information that Maoists are discussing attacks. We are concentrating on security at the borders.”

He added, “We will be using intelligence alerts properly and there is no need to worry.” The State has 123 sub-jails of which three have been closed due to lack of security. There are nine district jails and seven central prisons. After the attack on Jehanabad jail in Bihar, the State government shifted most of the Maoist prisoners to high security

central prisons.

A senior police official on condition of anonymity said, “Sub-jails are most vulnerable, particularly those in border districts like Khammam, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. But there are no Maoists in the sub-jails. In district jails, there are only Maoists facing trial.”

The Warangal central prison could be the most potential target as most Maoist leaders are lodged there, the official said. But “attacking central prisons is a difficult task. There is lot of difference between jails in Bihar and Chhattisgarh and our jails. We have more security. But we can’t rule out an attack,” the official said. The State police is
studying the various jail attacks in Bihar, Orissa and Chhattisgarh.

“On November 13, 2005, about 1,000 Maoists and their supporters attacked Jehanabad jail in Bihar and released a large number of Naxal prisoners. On March 24 last year, at least 400 persons attacked a sub-jail in R. Udayagiri in Orissa and freed 40 prisoners. On April 15 they attacked the Narayanpur sub-jail in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh and exploded mines. We have learnt lessons from them. In Andhra Pradesh it will not be easy,” said a jail official.

“We are filling up vacant posts in the jails department. Jammers will be set up in jails to block mobile phone usage,” he said. “The government was examining the file regarding grant of remission to eligible prisoners,” he added. At least 253 warders passed out of their training on Tuesday. Director general of police M.A. Basith and prisons department Chief Jayachandra took part in the parade. Andra cafe

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Nuzvid turns Maoist shelter zone?

Posted by Indian Vanguard on March 28, 2007

VIJAYAWADA: Intelligence reports that the Nuzvid region of Krishna district could be used as a shelter zone by the CPI-Maoists is causing disquiet in the area.


Nuzvid area, known for its large stretches of mango orchards, upland terrain and adjoining hills, offers an excellent cover for the Naxals. Proximity to Khammam forests, road connectivity with Hanuman Junction, Eluru, Mylavaram and other areas make it a safe zone.

A few years ago, CPI-ML People’s War dalam member Shankar had constructed a house in in the town to use it as a shelter for the Naxals in transit. The Naxal was later killed in an encounter.

The sudden inspection of various police stations in Nuzvid area a few days ago by Eluru Range DIG Ahsan Raza is being seen as a significant development.

During his visit, the DIG indicated that the Naxals, who were already facing tough times in Andhra-Orissa and Andhra-Chhattisgarh borders and in the Nallamala region, could use Nuzvid as a shelter zone. He also said that there were reports of extortion by some Maoists, but the affected parties were not coming forward to lodge complaints.

Immediately after the DIG’s visit, five armed Naxals reportedly went to a chicken feed company executive and demanded Rs 5 lakh from him.

The persons brandished revolvers and threatened to kidnap the executive’s children. Similarly, some Naxalites went to a business house in Devaragunta area to collect party fund. All these incidents are causing disquiet among the locals.

Meanwhile, there are disturbing reports from Chintur in Khammam district that the Maoists were trying to recruit youths into their ranks. Newindpress

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Nandigram protest

Posted by Indian Vanguard on March 28, 2007

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