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Archive for November 4th, 2007

CPI (MAOIST) Constitution, Draft document 2004

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

Central Committee (P)
CPI (Maoist)


The present draft document has been finalized by Joint CC of the erstwhile CPI (ML)[PW] and the MCCI in September 2004 after extensive discussions. Five draft documents were prepared after intense discussions in a series of bilateral meetings held between the high-level delegations of the two erstwhile parties between February 2003 and September 2004. The Joint CC meeting deeply studied these five draft documents, freely exchanged the rich experiences acquired through the revolutionary practice during the past three decades and more, and arrived at a common understanding on several vexed questions confronting the Indian revolution in the backdrop of the international developments.

The present document – Party Constitution – is the synthesis of all the positive points in the documents of the two erstwhile parties, as well as their experiences in the course of waging the people’s war, fighting against revisionism, and right and left opportunist trends in the Indian and international communist movement, and building a stable and consistent revolutionary movement in various parts of our country.

We are placing the present document before the entire rank and file of our new Unified Party for immediate guidance and implementation. At the same time, it should be borne in mind that this is a draft for the forthcoming Congress of the Unified Party. Hence, it has to be enriched further by the participation of all the Party members and suggesting amendments where necessary. Thus it should become an effective weapon in the hands of the Party for solving the fundamental problems of the Indian revolution and to advance it towards victory.

Central Committee (P)

Communist Party of India (Maoist)


The Communist Party of India (Maoist) is the consolidated political vanguard of the Indian proletariat. Marxism-Leninism-Maoism is the ideological basis guiding its thinking in all the spheres of its activities. Immediate aim or program of the Communist Party is to carry on and complete the new democratic revolution in India as a part of the world proletarian revolution by overthrowing the semi-colonial, semi-feudal system under neo- colonial form of indirecr rule, exploitation and control and the three targets of our revolution—imperialism, feudalism and comprador big bourgeoisie. The ultimate aim or maximum programme of the party is the establishment of communist society. This New Democratic Revolution will be carried out and completed through armed agrarian revolutionary war i.e. the Protracted People’s War with area wise seizure of power remaining as its central task. Encircling the cities from the countryside and thereby finally capturing them will carry out the Protracted People’s War. Hence the countryside as well as the Protracted People’s War will remain as the center of gravity of the party’s work from the very beginning. During the whole process of this revolution the party, army and the united front will play the role of three magic weapons. In their interrelationship the party will play the primary role, where as the army and the united front will be two important weapons in the hands of the party. Because the armed struggle will remain the highest and main form of struggle and army as the highest form of organization of this revolution, hence armed struggle will play a decisive role. Whereas the united front will be built in the course of advancing armed struggle and for armed struggle. Mass organizations and mass struggles are necessary and indispensable but their purpose is to serve the war. The immediate and most urgent task of the party is to establish full-fledged people’s liberation army (PLA) and base areas by developing and transforming the guerilla zones and guerrilla bases. Just after completing the NDR the party will advance towards establishing socialism without any delay or interception. Because the NDR will already lay the basis for socialism and hence there will be no pause. Thereafter, the party will continue to advance towards realizing communism by continuing the revolution under the dictatorship of the proletariat.

Socialist society covers a considerable long historical period. Throughout this historical period, there will be classes, class contradictions and class struggle. The struggle between socialist road and capitalist road will also continue to exist. Only depending on and carrying forward the theory of continuing the revolution under the dictatorship of the proletariat can correctly resolve all these contradictions. In this context the GPCR initiated and led by Mao Tse-tung was a great political revolution carried out under the conditions of socialism by the proletariat against the bourgeoisie and all other exploiting classes to consolidate the dictatorship of the proletariat and there by fighting against the danger of capitalist restoration. Party will also continue to hold high the proletarian internationalism and will continue to firmly contribute more forcefully in uniting the genuine M-LM forces at the international level. While uniting the M-L-M forces, it will also establish unity with oppressed people and nations of the whole world and continue its fight together with them in advancing towards completing the world proletarian revolution against imperialism and all reaction, thereby paving the way towards realizing communism on a world scale.

During the whole course the comrades throughout the party must cherish the revolutionary spirit of daring to go against the tide, must adhere to the principles of practicing Marxism and not revisionism, working for unity and not for splits, and being open and aboveboard and not engaging in intrigue and conspiracy, must be good at correctly distinguishing contradictions among the people from those between ourselves and the enemy and thereby correctly handling those, fighting left and right opportunism and non proletariat trend must develop the style of integrating theory with practice, maintaining close ties with the masses and practicing criticism and self-criticism.

The future is certainly bright, though the road is tortuous. All the members of our party will wholeheartedly dedicate their lives in the lofty struggle for communism on a world scale must be resolute, fear no sacrifice and surmount every difficulty to win victory!


Article – 1: Name of the Party: The Communist Party of India (Maoist)

Article – 2: Flag: Party Flag is red in color with hammer and sickle printed in the middle in white colour. The hammer of the sickle will remain towards the side of the pole. The ratio of length and breadth of the flag is 3:2

Article – 3: (a) The Communist Party of India (Maoist) is the consolidated vanguard of the Indian proletariat. It takes Marxism- Leninism-Maoism as its guiding ideology.

(b) The party will remain underground throughout the period of New Democratic Revolution.

Article – 4: Aims and Objectives:

The immediate aim of the party is to accomplish the New Democratic Revolution in India by verthrowing imperialism, feudalism and comprador bureaucratic capitalism only through the Protracted People’s War and establishes the people’s democratic dictatorship under the leadership of the proletariat. It will further fight for the establishment of socialism. The ultimate aim of the party is to bring about communism by continuing the revolution under the leadership of the proletariat and thus abolishing the system of exploitation of man by man from the face of earth.

The Communist Party of India (Maoist) dedicates itself at the service of the people and revolution, herishes high affection and respect for the people, relies upon the people and will sincere in learning from them. The party stands vigilant against all reactionary conspiracies and revisionist maneuvers.

Article – 5: The party will continue to hold high the banner of proletarian internationalism and will put its due share in achieving the unity of the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist forces at international level.


Article – 6: Any resident of India, who has reached the age of 16 years, who belongs to worker, peasant, toiling masses petty-bourgeoisie classes or any other revolutionaries, accepts Marxism-Leninism- Maoism as his/her guiding ideology in day to day activities, accepts Party Programme and Constitutions, actively participates in party activities under any one of the party unit observing discipline, prepare to face the danger encountered in that course and agree to pay regularly membership fees and levies that are decided by the party unit may become a party member. He/She is coming from other than proletariat class, by taking part in the task of agrarian revolution, should declass himself/herself with the proletarian ideology and adopting the life style of proletariat.

Article – 7: Generally party members are admitted as individuals, through a primary party unit. very applicant for membership must be recommended by two party members; they must have thorough knowledge about him/her and provide those necessary information’s to the party. And the applicant for party membership should submit an application.

Article – 8: Concerned primary unit will investigate the applicant and it will be done secretly with in party as well as among masses. Essentially the application must be recommended by concerned party cell/unit and letter on approved by next higher party committee. The applicant will be admitted into the party as a candidate member. After candidate membership is given, he/she should be observed for a minimum period of six months- for applicants from working class, landless-poor peasants and agricultural laborers; one year for middle peasants, petty bourgeoisie and urban middle class; and two years for those coming from other classes and other parties. From AC to all other higher party committees will also have the right to give new membership, while following the same methods.

Article – 9: Generally party members will be admitted from activist groups organized for party ctivity working under the guidance of party unit. They must be involved in party activities as decided by the concerned party unit at least for six months before admitting them as candidate member.

Article – 10: By the end of the candidature period, the concerned party unit after reviewing can give full membership or his/her candidature can be extended for another six months, by explaining the reasons. This decision should be reported to the next higher committee. Higher committees may change or modify the decision taken by the lower committee. Zonal/Dist. Committee must approve the new membership. SAC/State Committee will finally approve.

Article – 11: An Indian residing in a foreign country that has all the necessary qualifications for party membership may be given membership; a foreigner residing in India permanently can also be given membership.

If a member of other Marxist-Leninist groups wants to join our party, he/she may be admitted with the approval of the next higher committee. If his/her status is that of primary member in the original party, he/she shall be admitted as full fledged member with the approval of the district/sub-zonal committee. If he/she is an AC member in the original party, he/she shall be admitted within the approval of the state/regional committee. If he/she was of the rank of district or regional level in the original party, he/she shall be admitted by the central committee if he/she was of the rank above regional committee.

If an ordinary member of a bourgeois or revisionist party wants to leave that party and join our party, his/her application shall be recommended by two party members, one of them a being a party member at least for two years. His/ Her candidate membership shall have to be accepted by the next higher committee. Similarly, if a member of a bourgeois or revisionist party bearing area level or above responsibilities wants to join our party, his/her application shall have to be recommended by two party members one of them being party members at least for five years. His/her membership shall have to be accepted by the state committee or by the central committees.

Article – 12: Membership fees are Rs.10 per annum. Concerned unit after assessing the economic situation of the party member will fix monthly party levy.

Article – 13: Proven renegades, enemy agents, careerists, individuals of bad character, degenerates and such alien class-elements will not be admitted into the party.

Article – 14: No one from exploiting classes will be admitted in to the party unless he/she hands over his property to the party and should deeply integrate with the masses.


The Duties of the Party Members:

Article – 15: He/she shall study and apply Marxism-Leninism-Maoism lively. In the concrete condition of India, he/she must be creative, firm and capable in practice. He/she should try to develop his/her consciousness from the reach experiences of party’s ideological, political and organizational line as well as style and method of work.

Article – 16: He/she shall defend ideological and political basis of the party and shall consistently wage ideological and political struggle against various types of non proletarian trends, revisionist

policies, trends and style of work; ‘left’ and right opportunism, economism, parliamentarianism, legalism, reformism, liberalism, sectarianism, empiricism, subjectivism, dogmatism and anarchist concepts and trends.

Article – 17: He/she must study party organs documents and magazines regularly and must take initiative in popularizing party’s literature and collecting party fund.

Article – 18: Party members must take part actively and regularly in the dayto- day work of those party units and organizations to which they are attached. They must following party line, programme, policies, principles, directives and decisions.

Article – 19: Every member must be ready to participate and play a vanguard role in class struggle in the form of armed agrarian revolutionary war i.e. Protracted People’s War and other forms of revolutionary mass struggles. They must be prepared to take part in war and give leadership in Protracted People’s War for seizure of political power.

Article – 20: He/she must subordinate his/her personal interests to the interests of the party and the people. Party members must fight for the interests of the great masses of the people, must integrate with broad masses, learn from them, rely upon them and strengthen the party relations with the broad masses. He/she must be true servant of the people, sacrifice everything for them and must go to the people for taking the solution of their problems i.e. keep to the principle of “from the masses to the masses”. He/she must be concerned about the problems of the people, try for their solutions, intimate all those things to the party in time and explain the party line and policies them.

Article – 21: He/She must not practice himself/herself, and should relentlessly fight with a proletarian class outlook against discrimination based on gender, caste, nationality, religion, region and tribe, and ruling class policies of divide and rule.

Article – 22: With the aim of helping each other, he/she must develop the method of collective functioning by comradely criticism and self-criticism. He/she must have attitude to work even with

those who raise criticism and hold different views and be able at unite with the great majority, including those who have wrongly opposed them but are sincerely correcting their mistakes.

Article – 23: He/She must accept firmly in theory and practice -party unity, party committee functioning and party discipline.

He/She must safeguard the secrecy of the party. He/She must defend the party and hold its cause against the onslaught of the enemy. He/she must safeguard the unity of the party against factionalism. He/She must develop professional attitude towards his/her revolutionary work and must develop his/her level of skills, knowledge and proletarian out look.

Article – 24: The Rights of the Party Members:

a) The right to elect and to be elected to party committees at the concerned levels.

b) The right to get Party Magazines, documents, circulars, etc., and the right to freely discuss in the party meetings and party organs about the political and organizational line, policies and decisions of the party and about problems arising in implementing them.

c) In case of any disagreement with the decision of the committee/unit, a member of the concerned committee/unit, must remain loyal to carry out the decision may retain his/her dissenting opinion and demand resettlement of the issue in any subsequent meeting or may even send his/her opinion to higher committees unit the central committee for consideration through his/her respective party unit, when the respective committee fails to solve the problem within six

months, he/she has the right to send his/her opinion directly also. It is, however, the discretion of the committee to decide whether to reopen the matter or not.

d) Any member has the right to send criticism against any other party member not in his/her unit to the next higher committee. Any party member has right to send criticism and suggestions

Decisions taking by any party committee up to Central Committee through the next higher committee.

e) The duties and rights of the candidates members and party members are identical but for one difference. The candidate members have no right to elect or to be elected or to vote.

f) In case of punishment to any unit or party member, detailed explanation and discussion regarding the specific case must be conducted in his/her presence and information regarding decision must be sent to the higher committee in writing.


Article – 25: a) The organizational principle of the party is democratic centralism. Party structure and internal life is based on this principle. Democratic centralism means centralism based on inner party democracy and inner party democracy under centralized leadership. While discussing open heartedly and being united in party work, such a political atmosphere has to be created where both centralism and democracy, discipline and freedom, unity of will and personal ease of mind and liveliness -all these will be present. Only in such an atmosphere the principle of democratic centralism can be implemented successfully.

b) Most important principle of democratic centralism for organizational structure, the leading committees at all levels shall be compulsorily elected on the basis of democratic discussion. Conferences, plenums and elected committee at all levels shall have approval from higher-level committees.

Essentially the whole party shall follow the principle the individual is subordinate to the organization the minority is subordinate to the majority, the lower level is subordinate to the higher level, and the entire party is subordinate to the Central Committee.

c) Leading committees of the party shall present the organizational report in Congress/Conference or Plenum. These committees will listen to the opinions of people both

inside and outside the party and will be answerable to them. Party members shall have the right to criticize and send their opinions/resolutions to the higher committee; even if any party member has a different point of view then he/she can send his views to the higher committee and even up to the central committee.

d) Every member of leading of committee must bear the responsibility to give party leadership to a specified area and a front. They will take direct experience from it and knowledge acquired from this experience can help in guiding other committees, except special responsibility given by higher committees. The central committee can give any member/members of all the leading committees including central committee.

e) The leading committees must regularly send reports to their lower committees and must intimate their decisions promptly. All lower bodies shall likewise be responsible to make regular

reports to higher committees about their respective activities.

f) Except those, who are given some special tasks, every party member shall be a member of any one of the party units.

g) Before decisions are taken every party member may freely and fully discuss in the concerned party units. He/She may express his/her opinions on party policies and various problems and some times may abstain form expressing final opinion explaining the reason for it. But, after taking a decision, everybody must strictly abide by them. However, if a member still holds different opinion, he/she has the right to reserve it. It is not permissible to raise discussion on those issues immediately after they were discussed and decisions taken in Congress /conference.

Any member may raise discussion on new issues in the concerned committees. If he/she feels that the issues are concerned with the whole party then he/she may send his/ her opinion up to the Central Committee through his/her committees’ or/and in special circumstances, directly. If one third of the Central Committee members opine so and also want to call plenum for its solution then it will be circulated at least up to the State Committees. In case the majority of the State Committees agree with this demand then the Central Committee will call the plenum. In such like special circumstances also, the Central Committee will ensure that the democratic method of resolving issues is followed.

h) Keeping in mind the difference between the tactics and method, every unit has the freedom to take initiative in developing new methods of implementation of the party general line and tasks given by higher committees.

i) If a member is arrested, he/she shall be relieved of all responsibilities and the membership will be placed under observation. Depending on his/her behavior during the period of detention by enemy or in the jail or after coming out his/her membership shall be continued/cancelled. If continued he/she shall be admitted into the party committee, which he/she belonged to prior to his/her arrest unless the party decides otherwise.

j) The method of criticism and self-criticism shall be practiced in the party committee at all levels. There must be relentless struggle against bureaucratic, individualistic, liberal, ultrademocratic, Multi-centered factionalist tendencies and trends in the functioning of the committees. The committees should function on the basis of collective leadership and individual responsibility.

k) Comradely relations and mutual co-operation shall be extended in rectifying the mistakes of others. A party member’s work has to be reviewed on the basis of his/her overall practice in party life and not on the basis of minor mistakes some trifle matters.

l) It is only the Central Committee that shall have the right to take decision on domestic and international issues. Decisions on various level regarding local issues and problems shall be taken by the respective committees, which will be in accordance with the decisions taken by higher committees.

m) When a party member is transferred to another region, she/ he shall be recognized as party member of the same level responsibility in that region. While transferring a member from one region to another all details about he/she shall be sent to the concerned unit in writing.


Article – 26: Party Discipline is must to defend unity of the party, to increase the fighting capacity and to implement the policy of democratic centralism. Without iron discipline no revolutionary party will be able to give capable leadership to the masses in the war and to fulfill the responsibility of revolution on. Party discipline is same for all the party members including the leadership.

Article – 27: a) To reject the aims and objective of the party, party programme or organizational structure or to violate them will be tantamount to indiscipline and the member or unit involved in such activities, will be liable to disciplinary action.

b) When party members violate party discipline, the concerned party unit shall take appropriate disciplinary measures warning, serious warning, suspending from party posts, removal from post, suspending or canceling the party membership, expelling from the party etc., subject to the approval of the higher committee. Cancellation and expulsion of party membership shall come into force only after the next higher committees approve them. Time limit shall be specified while suspending a party membership, which should not be more than one year. The next higher committee shall ratify suspension.

c) When any Party unit violates the discipline, the higher committees shall take disciplinary measures such as reprimanding the unit to partially reconstituting the unit. For dissolving the unit, approval of the next higher committee is necessary.

d) When a Central Committee member seriously violates party discipline (acts as enemy agent or indulges in open anti-party activities) the Central Committee shall have the right to remove him/her from his/her rank or to expel him/her from the party. But, such a measure will come into force only when twothirds of Central Committee members give their approval.

e) The party unit or the party member whom disciplinary measure is taken shall be submitted a charge sheet beforehand. If the unit or the member thinks that such a disciplinary measure was unjustified, then the unit or the member may raise objection, may request for reviewing the decision or may appeal to the higher committee. Such appeals shall be sent to the higher committees by the concerned lower committees without any delay. Every member shall have the right to defendhimself/herself in person in his/her committee/unit or to submit his/her written explanation to the higher committee, which takes disciplinary action against him/her.

Article – 28: a) Punishment should be given only if all other options of discussion and convincing to rectify a member or a party unit fails. Even after giving punishment efforts must be made to rectify. Policy of saving the patient and curing disease should be followed. In special circumstances to defend party security and respect, punishment should be given as soon aspossible.

b) The lower committee cannot take any disciplinary action on any member of the higher committee. However, in case of dual membership they may send their allegations andsuggestions about the members of the higher committees in writing to the concerned committees.

c) In case of gross breach of Party discipline which may cause serious harm to the party, if he/she be allowed to continue his/her membership or post in the party, a member can be summarily suspended from party membership, removed from his/her party post by his/her committee or by higher committees pending framing charge sheet and getting his/ her explanation. At the time of taking such disciplinary steps, the concerned committee should specify the period by which a final decision will be taking in the matter.

d) If any party member or candidate member (or a member at any level) does not participate in party activities or does not implement party decisions for six months without showing proper reason does not renew membership and does not pay membership fee and levy he/her shall be deemed to have voluntarily withdrawn from the party and his/her membership shall either be suspended or cancelled. Those members, who are corrupted in economic matters, degenerate politically, becomes characterless or betray the party-secrecy shall be liable to punishment.

e) The harshest measures among all the disciplinary measures taken by the party are expulsion and cancellation from the party. Hence while taking such decision; concerned party unit shall observe utmost care. Such measures will be taken when all the efforts in rectifying the concerned-member failed .The party members appeal must be carefully examined by the concerned higher committee and the circumstances, under which he/she committed the mistakes, must be thoroughly reviewed.

f) If persons whose party membership has been cancelled or have resigned express their willingness again to join the party, the concerned committees, should take a decision after thorough investigation. Membership should give only after testing through practice for a minimum period of six months. Only the state or Central Committee may take members once expelled from the party barring betrayals. Lower committees, May however, forward recommendations in this regard.


Article – 29: a) The party organization shall be formed according to geographical divisions or spheres of production.

b) Party is constituted with two types of membership professionals and part-timers.

Article – 30: The party structure at the various levels shall be as follows:

a) The highest body of the party shall be the Central Committee. Below the Central Committee there will be Special Area Committee/Special Zonal Committee/State Committee; Regional Committee; Zonal Committee/District/Divisional Committee; Sub-Zonal/Sub-Divisional Committee; Area Committee; local level committees such as village/Basti/Factory/College party

committee. The primary unit of the party will be cell. The Town and city committee will be formed and the concerned higher committee will decide the status of the committee.

b) All committees will elect their secretaries. All committees may form secretariats according to the needs of the movement and he size of the committee. The secretaries of all committees and the secretariats are of the same level and will have same rights as the committee of which they are part. However they, secretaries and secretariats, will have special duties and responsibilities.

c) All the leading committees from Area Committee onward will be constituted only with professional revolutionaries.

d) The party congress is the supreme authority of the entire party. The Central Committee elected by the congress is the highest authority in between two congresses.

e) Special Area Committee/Special Zonal Committee/State Committee elected by the SAC/SZC/SC conference is the highest authority at the SAC/SZC/State level.

f) Regional committee elected by the regional conference is the highest authority at the region level. Regional committee can be formed by dividing the states or with parts of different states according to the requirements of the movement.

g) Similarly, Zonal/District/Divisional and Sub-Zonal/Sub- Divisional Committees will be elected at their respective level conferences. Area Committees are elected at the Area level conference.

h) Town/City Committee elected at the respective level conference.

i) Party cell – it consists of three to five members in a village, or in two or three villages combined, or a factory, or educational institution, or a locality, or two or three localities combined. In mass organisations units, cells will be formed.

j) In the period between two conferences or congresses, the committees elected at the respective levels are the highest bodies.

k) All committees elect their respective secretaries.

l) Various sub-committees and commissions under the leadership at different levels may be formed to efficiently carry out the party’s work in various spheres.

Basic Unit :

Article – 31: a) Party cell will be basic unit of the party. Party cell can be formed area wise or profession wise. Party cells are nucleus for day-to-day activities. The members in cells will be minimum 3 and maximum 5. Cell members will fulfill their responsibilities and duties as full fledged party members and they will avail all the rights of party membership (except candidates members). The cell will elect its secretary.

b) Candidate members will also work according to the decisions of the party cell. They shall participate in the discussions and follow the party directives but they will not have voting rights at the time of decision-making.

c) While forming party cells area wise, efforts will be made to form party cells in factories and in mass organizations.

d) If there are two or more cells in an area, a committee below that of AC can be formed.

e) Party cell is a living link between broad masses of an area and the party. The cell will lead the revolutionary war of broad masses of people with full initiative. It shall make relentless efforts to bring the masses of factory, locality and peasant areas close to the political line and aims of the party. By involving militant activists and party followers in the revolutionary war against autocratic semi-colonial, semi-feudal state system. It will stress from the very beginning to educate the masses to function secretly, illegally and according to the strategy and tactics of the Protracted People’s war. By selecting 3-5 party activists and organizing them in a group educating them in party politics and organizing them as members are important responsibilities of party cells.


Article – 32: Holding the all India party congress shall be decided by the central committee. The party congress shall be held once in five years. Under special circumstances it may either be postponed or preponed decision has to be taken by majority ofthe CC .

Article – 33: The party congress elects a presidium to conduct the congress and discharges the following tasks:

a) It undertakes the political and organizational review of the party since the preceding congress.

b) It adopts the party programme, party constitution and the strategy and tactics financial policy and formulate other policy matters.

c) Appraises the domestic and international situation and lays down the tasks.

d) Decides the number of central committee members and elects the central committee and alternate CC members.

e) It ratifies the financial statements.

Article – 34: (a) The central committee elects general secretary of the party. It also elects a politburo depending on the requirements of the movement, and will take political, organizational and military decisions according to the party-line and the decisions of the central committee in between the period of one central committee meeting to the next and will get its decisions ratified

in the subsequent central committee meeting. It will also setup regional bureaus, CMC, and other sub-committees & departments. The general secretary also acts as the in charge of the Polit Bureau.

(b) To run its party organs, the central committee appoints editorial boards for each organ. The General Secretary will be the chief editor of the theoretical-ideological organ of the central committee.

Article – 35: The central committee may convene central plenums to deal with special problems in the period between congress. These plenums can discuss and take decisions on problems relating to party line and policies in that period. Similarly election of new members into the central committee or removal of Central Committee members can also be taken up by the central plenums.

When ever it is necessary, the central committee can co-opt members not exceeding one-fourth of its existing strength if 2/3 of its members agree.

Article – 36: Special Area, state/regional, special zonal, zonal and/sub-zonal/ district/divisional plenums shall be held once in every three years.

Under special circumstances they may be held earlier or postponed. However area conferences/plenums should be held once every two years. These conferences take decisions after holding discussions on problems relating to their respective levels, send their opinions on the party line and polices to higher committees and elect the respective committees along with alternate members, if necessary.

Article – 37: In the period between above level conferences, if necessary, plenums may be convened, with the approval of the next higher committee. Decisions may be taken after discussion on problems in the areas under the jurisdiction of the various committees in their respective plenum of the respective committee members may either be elected or removed. If plenums of any committee cannot be held due to special circumstances, the concerned committees may co-opt one-fourth of their respective strengths with the approval of the next higher committee.

Article – 38: a) The number of delegates to the various conferences including the congress shall be decided by the respective committees according to membership strength as per the decisions of different levels of committees and party congress.

b) The respective committees are empowered to specially invite up to ten percent of the strength of delegates attending the congress, and other different level conference. Observes and non-voting delegates may also be invited to the conference of the respective committees.

Article – 39: The Central Committee shall release relevant draft documents to be discussed in the party congress to all party members giving sufficient time as decided by the CC, before the process of the congress starts. All amendments to drafts submitted by the lower level conferences and by members should be sent to the Central Committee, which will place them before the party congress.

Delegates to the party congress shall enjoy the right to move amendments to the draft documents. After going through the draft documents, if any committee delegate/delegates want to

move alternative document, he/she/they must immediately inform the Central Committee, and the central committee will decide about the time to be given to the concern delegate/delegates committee for drafting the document. The concerned committee delegate/delegates have to draft the document within a scheduled time as decided by CC, and thus submit it to the Central Committee. The Central Committee deserves the right to circulate it with its own comment.

Article – 40: The out going central committee shall propose to the congress a panel of members of the new central committee to be formed.

Any delegate shall have the right to object to any name in the panel, or can even propose a new panel, with the prior approval of the member whose name is proposed. If there are no alternate Central Committee shall be taken by a show of hands, in case of alternate proposal all committees including the Central Committee shall be elected by secret ballot.

Article – 41: The number of delegates to the plenums at various levels along with the basis for the selection of delegates shall be decided by the respective committees.


Article – 42: The Central Committee will be elected by the party congress. In between the two party congresses the Central Committee is the highest leading body of the party. The Central Committee represents the whole party and can take crucial decisions with full authority on behalf of the party. The Central Committee shall meet at least once in a year.

Article – 43: a) Central Committee may form Politburo, Central Military Commission, regional bureaus and various sub-committees for smooth functioning of the party. The PB is of the same level and enjoys the same rights as the CC. However, it has special duties and responsibilities which it will fulfill on behalf of the CC in between two CC meetings.

Article – 44: The Central Committee can take step and remove any Central Committee member for gross breach of discipline, serious anti party activities and heinous factional activities. The punished member has the right to appeal before the congress. Till the matter is not decided or settled, Central Committee’s decision will remain standing. If 2/3 of the Central Committee members agree, they can take decision to oust any member of the Central Committee

Article – 45: The Central Committee can co-opt any member in the Central Committee if any post remains vacant or for the need of the movement. Whenever it is necessary the Central Committee can co-opt members not exceeding one fourth of its existing strength, if 2/3 of its members agree. But it is to be ratified in the next congress. Co-option should be made from among alternative members, if there are no alternate members, then CC can co-opt from others.

Article – 46: The CCS will decide the date and time of the Central Committee meeting and will provide the agenda of the meeting beforehand. If 1/3 members of the Central Committee demand a meeting of the Central Committee the secretary will have to call the meeting.

Article – 47: The Central Committee or Politburo holds the right to send its any member or members to check-up the work of any unit or any area. The Central Committee has the right to disband any committee and thereby form any organizing committee at any level.

Article – 48: If necessary the Central Committee can convene special conferences and plenums in between two congresses. The Central Committee will decide the other members of the different committees who will attend this plenum other than the CCMs.


Article – 49: It is very essential to go through deep discussions to unify the whole party ideologically, politically and organizationally and to improve our methods. This is also democratic right of party members. At different levels of party, we should strive to resolve the questions related with the tactics by openhearted and unbridled debates in respective committees. When needed, help and advice of higher committees shall be taken. In the name of democratic rights of party members, endless debates on a particular issue will only harm the party functioning. So, any type of controversial debate or discussion can be permissible only after the consent of the 2/3 members of the concerned committees.

Article – 50: In case any member or committee has different views about the basic a line of the party and it demands its circulation in the party, central committee has the right to take final decisions whether to accept or reject this demand.

Article – 51: If any central committee member has different views, in regard with all India or International questions and he/she demands to take this idea in the whole party, In that case the above said views will be sent to state/regional committees or to any level according to the 1/3rd members of the central committee. But state/regional committee member cannot send his/her different views to the lower level committees without the permission from the central committee.

Article – 52: If any lower level committee or committee member has different views on the political and organizational line of the central committee, than they can send their views to the central committee according to the party committee functioning. If needed central committee can send these views along with its opinion in the whole party.

Article – 53: All the democratic debates in the party under the control of central committee or under its direction shall be sent to special area, state/regional and zonal committees or to all the levels of party.


Article – 54: The people’s army is the chief instrument of the party. Hence the party will use this instrument in rousing, mobilizing, organizing and arming the people in carrying out the task of the revolution.

It will participate in social production also. Only through the Protracted People’s War, with people’s army as the highest weapon the Party will carry out the task of seizure of political power by overthrowing the present reactionary state power represents the interests of imperialism, feudalism and comprador big bourgeois and thereby establishing a new democratic state. It will protect the country, defend the victory of NDR, with the goal of socialism. Party will educate the army with the weapon of MLM.

Article – 55: The Party will exercise full control over the army from the very beginning. Because the party decides the overall political strategy and tactics of revolution hence it also decides the functioning and forms of party organizations in the army by keeping the level of development of the Protracted People’s War before it. Central Military Commission constituted by the Central Committee will conduct the military affairs according to the military line of the party as well as the policies, directives and decisions of the Central Committee. In this light the Military Commissions and Commands will be constituted at various levels to conduct the military operations. Being the leader and organizer of the People’s Army the party ranks at various level will play a leading and front-ranking role in all the affairs of the army.

Article – 56: This People’s Army will be constituted of three forces that is the main force, the secondary force and the base force.

Article – 57: In our guerrilla army all the formations from platoon, company and above level will have party committees. The party branch will be constituted with party members. Various squads will have party cells and party branches. Where needed, a party committee will be constituted at that level. Party members and ranks will also remain in the militia and play the leading and front-ranking role there.

Article – 58: All members of military formations will function under the leadership of the respective party committees. The decisions of these party committees will be carried out and implemented by the respective military formations. Party members in PLGA will be invited to the party conference/plenums according to their respective level. In general, the party committees in the military formations at and above platoon level will be elected in conferences held at that level.


Article – 59: The party fractions shall be formed in the executive committees of mass organizations. Party fractions will guide the executive committees of the mass organizations adopting suitable method in accordance with the correct concrete situation. Fraction committees will function secretly. The opinions of party committee/ member guiding the fraction shall be considered as final opinion. If fraction committee members have any difference of opinion, they will send their opinions in writing to the concerned party committee/higher committee. The concerned party committees shall guide fraction committees of different mass organizations at their own level.


Article – 60: The party funds shall be obtained through the membership fees, levies, donations, taxes and penalties.

Article – 61: The levy to be paid by party members shall be decided and collected in their respective state committees.

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CPI Maoist Press Release about Karnataka SHRC’s reactionary stand on Menasina hadya encounter.

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

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Dear friends,

Press release about Karnataka SHRC’s reactionary stand on Menasina hadya encounter is posted.

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All-India Student Association (AISA) clean sweeps Jawaharlal Nehru University students’ union poll

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

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Maoists sets up arms training camps in Nandigram: CPI(M)

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

Kolkata (PTI): With the CRPF expected to reach next week Nandigram, the scene of a bitter land war since early January, a senior CPI(M) leader has claimed that Maoists were setting up arms training camps there.

But a leader of the Trinamool Congress, which has been at the centre of the protests against the acquisition of agricultural land to set up an SEZ, maintained that it was a ploy for Marxist cadres to take control there.

“Using the political base of the Trinamool Congress, the Maoists are setting up arms training camps to take control of Nandigram,” in West Bengal’s East Midnapore district, CPI(M) Central Committee member Shyamal Chakraborty said.

Claiming that the Maoist presence was ‘clear’ since the beginning of the disturbances there in January, the CPI(M) leader said that they were from Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh.

“The Maoists have dug up trenches in many places in Nandigram and have been displacing villagers with the sole aim of taking control,” he said.

To a question, Chakraborty, who is CITU’s state president, alleged “the Maoists and Trinamool Congress are dependent on each other at Nandigram.”

On the other hand, TC leader and Leader of the Opposition Partha Chatterjee, said “the party-led Bhumi Ucched Pratirodh Committee apprehends that the CPI(M) will try to take control in Nandigram, before the CRPF arrives.”

He claimed that the CPI(M) was raising the bogey of Maoists because it was allegedly planning to mobilise ‘criminals’ to attack Nandigram to wrest control.

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Villagers warned against joining anti-Maoist campaign

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

The outlawed Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) has threatened villagers in Jharkhand with dire consequences if they join an anti-Maoist campaign launched by former chief minister Babulal Marandi.

‘We will destroy the Gramin Surakasha Samiti (GSS). Do not join the GSS otherwise you (villagers) meet the fate of people killed in Chilkhari village,’ said posters put up by Maoists Friday night in rural areas of Giridih district.

GSS is a community policing initiative launched by Marandi two years ago to counter Maoist attacks.

‘Do not come under Marandi’s influence. If you do, be ready to face the consequences,’ said some posters.

Maoist rebels gunned 18 people, including Marandi’s son Anup, on Oct 27 during a cultural function in Chilkhari village of Giridih district.

As Chilkhari lies near the Jharkhand-Bihar border, police forces of both states launched a joint search for the Maoist rebels involved in the attack. Police sources said 15 companies of paramilitary forces were involved in the joint operation. Till now, three Maoist guerrillas have been arrested.

Maoist rebels are active in 18 of the 24 districts of Jharkhand. More than 1,000 people, including 290 security personnel, have been killed in the last seven years in Maoist related violence.

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Bullets fired from rock-top felled Chhattisgarh policemen

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

D. Chandra Bhaskar Rao

Many of them, though armed, died without firing a shot

Naxalites fired on police from vantage positions

Take away arms and ammunition

— Photo: G. N. Rao

AMBUSHED: Bodies of the Chhattisgarh policemen lying in the jungle near Pamedu on Saturday, almost 18 hours after the Maoist ambush.

PAMEDU (Chhattisgarh): Eleven policemen of Pamedu police station fell prey to the guerrilla tactics of the Maoists on Friday evening.

The police party, returning from Charla to its headquarters, was taken unawares by the attack. Many of them, though armed with sophisticated weapons, died without firing a single shot in retaliation. The raid was suspected to be the handiwork of the young cadres of the left wing extremist group undergoing training in the vast timber reserves of the Bastar region.

Machine gun attack

The naxalites, who spearheaded the attack, may not have numbered more than five to six. Taking positions behind a huge rock, they sprayed bullets from a light machine gun.

They also used a short weapon and a country-made gun. They fired some 80 rounds on the police party passing by without giving them any scope to retaliate.

Some militant members of the CPI (Maoist) had spread out themselves in the jungle posing as cattle grazers. They pounced upon police constable Shankar Rao who, however, managed to escape.

Ten members of the police party strayed into the jungle after escaping the wrath of the Maoists. Nine of them reached Pamedu police station at 7 a.m. on Saturday. Another constable Ramu retreated to Charla to give a first-hand account of the incident.

He said the naxalites took positions from a vantage point and opened fire on the police party without giving them any chance to fight back. The Maoists took away one LMG, an AK 47 rifle, five SLRs, two Insas rifles and two 303 rifles. The Maoists were also aware of the fact that the police party ventures out of Pamedu village on either the second or third of every month to receive the “barthan party” – a team of police personnel which comes to Charla with pay packets.

The Maoists could have launched the attack either for the sake of the weapons or the money. The police officials at Pamedu, however, denied they had lost any money.

The militant members snatched away the shoes, wrist watches, gold and silver rings, pens and all other valuables the constables were carrying with them.

A press team from Khammam district was the first to arrive on the spot at 8 a.m.

The police at Pamedu mobilised some 300 civilians and sent them to the spot around noon. The bodies were later brought out of the jungle in a tractor. They were shifted to Charla in an ambulance.


IGP (Dantewada) Rajinder Umar Vij said that the kin of those constables and head constables killed in the ambush would get a compensation of Rs.16 lakh each. It includes Rs.10 lakh from group insurance and Rs.1 lakh from the welfare fund.

The bodies were brought to Bhadrachalam from where they were taken back to Chhattisgarh by road.

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Kerala: State Machinery and Media Publicity for ‘Maoists’

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

Source: www.cpiml Kanu Sanyal

Kerala is a new haven for migrant workers from different states, especially Orissa, Bengal and Bihar besides Nepalese, especially in construction sector. For working in this sector a Keralite unskilled worker gets a minimum of Rs. 150 for 8 hours including one hour rest. For concreting and other works this goes up to Rs. 200 or more. A skilled worker gets anything more than Rs. 250. For overtime both are paid more wages. As a result, almost all construction contractors get migrant workers who are paid much lower wages for 10 to 14 hour work. They are forced to live in subhuman conditions. None of the major trade union centres or the state machinery give attention to this subject, so also the media. In September as two workers died and legs of one was amputated when an old building in which they were lodged by Chakolas Constructions collapsed in Kochi, as usual the contractor with the help of sub-contractor tried to hush up the matter by paying a paltry sum as compensation and threatening them to go away. The main TU centres or media did not come to their help.

It was then some of these Oriya workers contacted CPI(ML) and TUCI activists who immediately took up the issue and created conditions for the district collector to agree during negotiations to order a compensation of Rs. 3 lakhs each to the diseased and Rs. 3.5 lakhs for the worker who lost both legs. But as the workers’ relatives went to sign the agreement, vested interests including AITUC, CITU leaders intervened blocking it. Protesting against it under leadership of CPI(ML) and TUCI activists nearly 100 migrant workers marched with the dead bodies to the contractor’s house. On the way police forcefully took away the CPI(ML) and TUCI activists and put then in lock-up. The migrant workers with the dead bodies were taken forcefully to cremation ground and asked to bury the bodies. But they refused, saying that unless the arrested leaders are brought and assurance to sign the agreement is given they will not bury the bodies. So the police was forced in that night to release and bring the leaders so that the bodies could be buried. Next day the agreement was signed before the collector and full compensation amount was paid as DD.

It was a novel experience to the workers and the news spread fast. The contractors’ lobby and other vested interests were disturbed. So they came out with a story in the two leading Malayalam dailies that Maoists are infiltrating to Kerala as migrant workers and it is the ‘Maoists’ who are behind the Kochi incident when their representatives very well know the CPI(ML) and TUCI leaders who took initiative. Similarly quoting the incident of a fugitive (Maoist) activist from Tamilnadu taking shelter for few days in an Idikki town hotel, the home minister has come out with a story that police force will be strengthened as ‘Maoists’ are entering Kerala. At the same time, the LDF minister very well know that when Raja Mouli, a CC member of CPI (Maoist) was kidnapped by AP police from Kollam in Kerala and later ‘encountered’ to death at Ananthpur in AP, not even a poster in protest appeared from the side of the ‘Maoists’ anywhere in the state. Such is their strength. The Maoist leader was extremely secretive and did not know anything about Kerala. Otherwise shouting few slogans would have attracted people and Kerala police, preventing his kidnapping. Even if he was arrested it would have become difficult for AP police to ‘encounter’ him.

The Kerala police very well know who is bringing out People’s March from Eranakulam district and about the handful of other ‘Maoists’ in the state. While no action is taken against them, the ‘Maoist’ bogey is raised to suppress the people’s movements organised by the CPI (ML) and class/mass organisations led by it, as well as by the dalit and adivasi organisations who are leading some of the major land struggles. The very same forces, the CPI (M) state leadership along with other LDF parties as well as the vested interests who forced the chief minister to abandon all actions to take back the illegally occupied land from Tatas, Harrisons, etc. are now raising ‘Maoist’ bogey so that the Mafia can continue to occupy the land and contractors can fleece the migrant workers.

Almost a similar incident had happened when more than a lakh of migrant construction workers in UAE, predominantly Malayalees, got themselves organised with the help of some political activists working there in different jobs and staged a mass protest leading to UAE authorities taking action against some contractors and granting many rights to them. It was a mass action which the ‘Maoists’ can never think of planning. Still an AP minister announced that it was the ‘Maoists’ from his state who organised it. This bluffing was repeated in a number of newspapers and channels.

The ‘Maoist’ bogey is used by ruling political leaders, state machinery and media to help the ruling system to suppress Communist Revolutionary forces and people’s movements like Bush is using ‘war on terror’ to commit aggressions and pursue all heinous acts to establish US hegemony. Remember the foolish statement of Brinda Karat, the CPI (M) leader, that it was the ‘Maoists’ coming by Bay of Bengal and later Hoogly River in ships who organised the Nandigram uprising! The state knows very well that the CPI (Maoist) is a divided force today, its activities have dwindled in AP and it is almost non-existent in vast majority of the states. Still ‘Maoists’ are given free publicity, and a bogey is created to suppress people’s movements.

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The Founding Statement of the Iraqi Revolutionary Maoist Organization

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

The Founding Statement of the Iraqi Revolutionary Maoist Organization

The Iraqi Revolutionary Maoist Organization (IRMO) is a revolutionary internationalist Marxist-Leninist-Maoist organization aiming at organizing the theoretical and armed struggles in order to carry out the socialist revolution and to establish the dictatorship of proletariat, also to execute the tasks of building the humane socialist society and a civilized world. Our aim is to put an end to the exploitation and slavery of man by man, to break the chains and shackles of the makers of peace and bread, that is the working class. The sole path of salvation and liberation from this class-slavery of the bourgeoisie, local and international capitalism is the intellectual struggle to educate our working class and peasantry about this iniquity and open-slavery of mankind by imperialist capitalism, as well as educating them about the iniquity of the Anglo-American occupation and the Iraqi puppets who came along with them, whether they be sectarian bigots, nationalists, tribal leaders, Baathists, political-Islamists, or –more dangerously- opportunist revisionist left which acts as an agent to the bourgeoisie and to the Americans. This same left which worked previously with the Fascist Baathist regime of Saddam, is currently working with occupation.

Besides working on the spreading of class political consciousness, our movement has its military wing, hence the armed struggle by means of people’s war of workers, peasants, unemployed and their allies from students, women, trade unions, workers councils and organizations and revolutionary intellectuals.

Our movement has been, and currently is, present on the land of Mesopotamia, it carried out proud and heroic struggle against the invaders and their puppets and mercenaries of police, army and their security apparatus which is a puppet of Mussad, America, Iran and criminal sectarian militias. We have sacrificed our most honoured and most glorified comrades whom had honourably and proudly fallen as martyrs of Iraqi patriotic spirit, of the Iraqi revolutionary communist movement and of our Iraqi working class and Iraqi peasantry and their principles and aspirations for justice and welfare, for national, economic, social and cultural independence, and for the liberation of Iraqi women from injustice and inequality in society. Our Revolutionary Maoist Organization has given some of its best cadres, immortal heroes among which comes our leading, revolutionary communist intellectual, our immortal martyred comrade ELWAN. Despite his high academic achievements, he sat an example of a proletarian human being, thus the evil forces have murdered him using its usual dreadful methods. His life ceased to pulsate, but the revolution never ceased beating with his immortal history which he left as a revolutionary heritage to the comrades following his path. Another martyr of our comrades, proletarian comrade ABO ESHTAR, a cadre who adhered to the spark of proletarian armed revolution and a member of the founding board of IRMO and a member of its political cadre. Our immortal heroic martyred comrade JANGOZ (IBRAHIM ALI), a vanguard cadre, a proletarian intellectual who stood courageously against the hated sectarianism and Nazi nationalist and ethnic conflicts. As an opponent to the imperialist invasion of Iraq and other areas in the world, he upheld the torch of class struggle to the workers until he was expelled from his job as a university lecturer, consequently he was forced to work with manual workers. Our comrade was a prominent member in Maoist RED STARS FRONT, a comrade whose loss could never be compensated for, particularly under these exceptional circumstances. Our organization has lost many of its vanguard revolutionary cadres who were prominent on the level of leadership as well as the level of intellectual activity, it has also lost many of its guerrillas, in addition to those mentioned is comrade FAHAD, a member of the board for additional tasks. The rotten, criminal, fascist, racist gangs of Jaafari and Maliki, supported by the military of imperialist Anglo-American forces, experts and gangs of Mussad, have assassinated our leading comrade.

Our revolutionary heroic comrades of Iraqi revolutionary Maoist RED STARS FRONT (RSF) have carried out several military operations against the occupations forces and the apparatus of the puppet regime (army, police and security services). Among those operations are OPERATION SPARTAKUS (Slaves’ Liberation Rebellion) on 26th of October 2005, and two other revolutionary operations BREAD and PEACE on Tuesday 2nd of March 2006.

On the 18th of March 2006 in Samaraa, our comrade NEWROZ (REZGAR MOHAMMAD), a university student, was arrested in a crossroad while he was accompanied by his wife. Our comrade has been subjected to the most barbaric and ferocious methods of torture on the hands of mercenaries of the fascist front composed of sectarian National Guards, swine of “Pesh Pesh Marga”, wolves of BADER, remnants of Baath and the Iranian intelligence services. Glory to our hero and martyred comrade Rezgar Mohammad!

On the 19th of the same month, comrade AHWAR, an unemployed manual worker, was arrested and subjected to the same savage torture. Like comrade Rezgar, he stood up heroically against the coward and dirty torturers. On the same day in which comrade Rezgar was martyred, the 20th of March 2006, comrade AHWAR got martyred.

IRMO is present among the ranks of our Iraqi people, the proletariat, the peasantry, the students, women, trade unions and workers’ organizations, and the intellectuals. We are active underground due to the political situation imposed on us by occupation, and due to the anti-people policies of their fascist-Nazi agents. We clearly declare that we work completely in secret with a security apparatus in order to ensure the continuity of our political activities to uphold the revolutionary communist principles, as well as to ensure the protection and strengthening of our armed wing, allowing our comrades to expand the front, the RSF, a front of immortal heroism known nationally, regionally and internationally.

Despite the fact that our organization was, and still is, underground, independent and has no organizational ties with the Iraqi Marxist-Leninist Revolutionaries’ Regroupment (IMLRR), the latter has taken the initiative and suggested a coordination between us on the level information and media. Unfortunately, the IMLRR has exploited that coordination on the expense of the struggle of our conscious comrades, those who have participated in the establishment of our people’s war movement of the Iraqi proletariat, the RSF. We should not waste this chance to salute our comrade, HAMORABI, for his heroic revolutionary vanguard role in embracing the armed strategy of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism, a strategy followed by our immortal martyrs in this long march; his thorough understanding of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism and the exceptional circumstances of Iraq at the current stage, a stage of American occupation which needs a study and analysis of the class struggle and the classes that have an interest in getting rid of class exploitation and imperialist occupation, and those which do not. According to such analysis, the strategic slogan that represents the aim of the Iraqi Maoist movement would be deduced. Lenin has correctly said: “during the course of history, any class that wanted to dominate had to have political leaders within its ranks, vanguard representatives capable of organizing the movement and leading it”. He adds: “effective and experienced party leaders are forged slowly and with difficulties. Without this, the dictatorship of the proletariat and its unity of will are nothing but empty of all meaning”. Thus, Marxist-Leninists see the revolutionary party as a real staff of the proletariat, such a party has to correctly solve the relationship between leaders and party, classes, masses, and organization according to the principle of central democracy. Such a party must have a relatively stable leading nucleus composed of experienced leaders able to maintain a unity between the universal truth of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism and everyday practice of the revolution. Such leaders emerge from class struggle and the revolutionary movement of the people, and whether they are members of central committee or local party committee, they are absolutely loyal to their blood and flesh, the masses. Such leaders have the ability to concretely express the masses, and coherently put their ideas into action. Those leaders are true representatives of the masses. The Communist Party of China has always emphasized the Marxist-Leninist theory on the role of masses and individuals in history, the relationship between leaders and party, classes and masses, and linking those relationships with the principle of central democracy within the party.

Our martyred comrades have planned the work among masses as well as the political, practical and theoretical programme by adopting the strategy of armed struggle to defeat the capitalist enemy, domestic and foreign, a strategy built on psycho-technology: the use of media to psychologically weaken the class enemy. However, the IMLRR wanted to impose its will on our decisions and our essays published by MODERN DISCUSSION as well as their website. Most of those essays have been written by the Political Cadre of IRMO, despite the changes, omissions and mistakes carried out without consulting us. In addition, we have sent them many essays which they refused to publish without giving any reasons. Despite this practice, we decided not to expose such actions, taking into consideration the difficult political and practical situation of our comrades in IRMO and the armed wing RSF, as well as the situation of our heroic Iraqi people, a situation shaped by oppression and enslavement particularly of our working class and peasantry. For all of that, we decided that it is inappropriate to expose this discourtesy and this non-comradely behaviour which do not benefit the revolutionary communist struggle or the local or international working class and peasantry. We do not seek here to openly attack the comrades of IMLRR, it is not one of our aims here, however, we would like to emphasize the fact that we have been, and are on ground, present on all fields of struggle: theoretical, social, economic and military; we are present on the soil of Mesopotamia and not on the pages of internet, there is a difference. We understand reality as it is on ground not as it is on satellite TV channels and websites, we are not living in Europe and dreaming of socialist revolution and dictatorship of proletariat without any comrades or partisans present in the motherland. Surely this would be a dream which is not built on dialectical analysis, that is revolutionary Marxist-Leninist analysis.

Meanwhile, our comrades who established the RSF- which is carrying out the armed Maoist proletarian people’s war- are currently working, with rifles on shoulders, to expand and develop the revolutionary struggle, hence to develop the proletarian revolution and the subjective ability to carry it out, as well as to raise our organizational methods in all fields to a higher level. We are ought to be an organized nucleus and a spark to the first Maoist proletarian people’s revolution in the Middle East and a vanguard of middle eastern movements with all the high consequent responsibilities and all what it takes in terms of struggle and fighting. We realize that our spark has shined on the Middle East and the world and that it will be an example of firm adherence to revolutionary Marxism-Leninism-Maoism as vanguards of the east! Our Political Cadre and the leadership of RSF have proven to be reliable since they have paved the path, in its most difficult stage, to the first Iraqi Maoist armed proletarian people’s revolution! We know that our voice and our struggle has attracted the attention of the Nazi Anglo-American governments of Jaafari and Maliki, which explains the fascist dirty conspiracies they plotted with the purpose of annihilating our cadres and destroying our movement. However, our movement is growing and getting stronger, and its revolutionary schools are competing, those schools which are smashing the fascists’ conspiracies today, will tomorrow smash their bloodthirsty barbaric rule.

Therefore, we will continue our struggle and will adhere to our principles, we promise our martyrs to take the cause forward and to put their revolutionary testaments into action as a guarantee for bearing the difficult circumstances and to avenge for their martyrdom.

We wholeheartedly salute comrade HAMORABI for his revolutionary proletarian heroic leading role in founding our organization and its armed wing RFS.











Political Cadre of the Iraqi Revolutionary Maoist Organization

Red Stars Front


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Scrap schemes to promote SEZ, expansion of airport: CPIML

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

Puducherry (PTI): The Puducherry unit of the CPI(ML) has called upon the territorial government to scrap the schemes to promote a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) airport in Karaikal and expansion of the airport in Puducherry.

The unit secretary, in a press release, said these pleas would be projected in the form of resolutions at the party’s state level two-day conference, now underway here.

He said the government should also ensure that the land ceiling under land reforms legislation be fixed at five acres and the land ceiling act for the urban properties should fix 500 sq metres as ceiling for property.

The minimum wages should be fixed at Rs 6,500 for a worker a month.

He said that there should be a separate welfare board for workers in the unorganised sector and that the society now in existence be converted into a board.

Balasubramanian said there should be separate special plan for the Karaikal district. A legislation to earmark quota of reservation for Scheduled Tribes, minorities, Dalit Christians and Muslims should be brought in the Union Territory.

The Centre should bring Puducherry and Karaikal districts also under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme as the Union Territory has now been kept out of the programme. There should be no permission for retail trade by bigger companies.

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Centre to appoint more sleuths to gain intelligence

Posted by Indian Vanguard on November 4, 2007

New Delhi, Nov 04: With Naxal attacks on the rise, particularly in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, the Union Home Ministry is seriously considering a proposal to jack up ground level intelligence collection by appointing more sleuths and raising additional battalions of Paramilitary forces.

The proposal also comes in the backdrop of recent terror attacks in Ludhiana and at Ajmer Dargah and in the light of Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil`s warning that public places, crowded areas and places of worship might be targeted.

A senior Home Ministry official said that serious efforts were underway to appoint a large number of sleuths so that actionable intelligence was available to the police to foil attempts of Naxals and terrorists to unleash violence.

In the latest Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh, 15 policemen were killed on Friday in Bijapur district. On October 29, five policemen were killed in the same district by the Maoists.

Jharkhand too has witnessed a sudden rise in Naxal violence and in the latest attack in Giridih district on October 27, 17 people including a son of former Chief Minister Babulal Marandi, were killed.

The attack was reminiscent of the killing of sitting JMM MP Sunil Mahto on March 4 this year by Naxals in east Singhbhum district.

The MHA official said the security establishment was examining CRPF`s proposal for raising 118 battalions over the next 10 years and BSF`s suggestion for having an additional 39 battalions over the next decade as part of their basic perspective plan sought by the Home Ministry. While CRPF has 201 operational battalions, BSF has 157.

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