Archive for October, 2006

Indian Government draws up hit-list of top 100 Maoist Leaders

October 30, 2006

The reactionary ruling class is planning to use it’s
Asura Sena(Demonic Army) which comprises of the
Khaki Rakshasha’s(Indian Police Force), CRPF
(Central Rakshasha Police Force ) and a couple of
battalions of the Indian Army to target the
revolutionary people’s movement and has
has drawn up an elaborate plan to finish of the entire
top leadership of the Revolutionary Maoist Movement that
has spread like wild fire throught the country.

True to their Mafia style of functioning and organisation
they have now started issuing hit-lists, a trend
popularised in India by petty criminals like
Dawood Ibrahim and Chotta Rajan.

100 Naxals on govt ‘hit list’

NEW DELHI: Centre and Naxal-affected states have drawn a ‘hit list’ of 100 top Maoists who have to be neutralised as part of an aggressive strategy to tackle the serious internal security threat.

Law enforcement agencies have been asked to target the 100 ‘A List’ red ultras on a priority basis in what also marks the burial of the earlier approach to engage the Maoists in talks.

The list, comprising Maoists engaged in a number of violent incidents, exchanged hands for the first time among senior police officers drawn from nine states worst affected by ‘red terror’ during a day-long meeting here on Friday.

Although names of the listed Naxal leaders were not immediately known, they were, sources in the home ministry said, mainly those identified by Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the respective intelligence wings of the nine states as members of ‘military unit’ of the CPM.

The group was formed in September, 2004, with the merger of two prominent Naxal outfits People’s War Group (PWG) and the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC). “Nodal officers of the states discussed the strategy to neutralise all the listed extremists in a co-ordinated manner.


Indian Police Brutality – Non violent protestor slapped like a bitch

October 30, 2006

Indian Police Brutality – Non violent protestor slapped like a bitch

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Bihar Police – Death by AIDS,

October 30, 2006

I couldn’t help but recall these words of prostitute.

” The police are there to beat us during the day
and rape us during the night”

Considering that a DIG himself has got AIDS one can only
speculate as to how many poor working class women he and his
men would have exploited,raped and transferred the deadly
virus to.

I am not even suprised by such news anymore
it is the same story all over the country.

In Kashmir the police and state ministers organised
themselves into a rape cartel which included
two former state ministers, an ex-additional advocate
general of J&K, an IAS officer, a BSF DIG, two Deputy
Superintendents of Police and raped dozens of teenage
kashmiri girls, the youngest being 15 yeats old
with the use of force and coercion.

It is the same scenario in the many states of
North-East and Chattishggarh where civil war rages on.

Bihar DIGs test positive for HIV

Bihar: They fight Maoist revolutionaries, they have seen gangwars between parliamentary politicans. Now, the Bihar Police is staring into the face of a new, dreaded enemy – one which exists within its own ranks – the HIV virus.

There are 20 reported cases of HIV positive patients in the Patna Police hospital. Concerned by the rising numbers of HIV cases in the state police force, doctors have forwarded some suggestions to headquarters.

They feel that all new recruits in the Bihar Police force should carry HIV negative certificates and that men presently serving in the force should undergo HIV tests. They also say that such tests should be carried out periodically.

Says police hospital doctor Dr P Ojha, “I have requested the authorities to make sure that all police officials undergo an HIV test. A complete health profile should be made necessary for all.”

And the government is taking the issue quite seriously especially after the names of two senior DIG rank IPS officers figured in the list of HIV positive cases.

Says Bihar Home Secretary Afzal Amanullah, “Doctors have reported that there has been a considerable rise in HIV positice cases among officers, not only among those ranked lower and constables, but senior officials as well.”

Blood samples of the two senior officers have been sent to leading laboratories in Delhi for further confirmation.

The problem lies not in the fact that two senior DIG rank officials have tested positive for HIV. The real problem lies in the fact that a large number of the police force has not undergone any test.

The real numbers of those suffering from the dreaded virus could be mind-boggling and the government’s intervention is expected before the situation compeletly gets out of hand.

Desperation turns Bihar policemen into pink panthers/painters ?

October 30, 2006

Demoralisation , depression have taken a heavy
toll on the bihar police, So desperate are they that
they have now turned into painters and believe
painting a town pink is going to solve all problems
created by the ruling establishment.

Why only paint the town pink ?
I propose all the policemen of Bihar be made to wear pink unifrom.
Here is a design that may appeal to you

Future uniform of Bihar Police Force.

Rohit Bal will be proud of you guys !
Hell ! you guys could take part in next year’s
India Fashion Week!!!

Bihar blushes to pink to beat terror
Aurangabad: An image makeover is on in Bihar’s Aurangabad district which has been a hotbed of Naxal violence.

The district town is being painted pink to boost its sagging morale and people here are hopeful that this new colour will lift people’s spirit and bring down the crime rate.

“The colour pink might help in maintaining peace,” says a resident of Aurangabad.

“This is being done to beautify the city,” says another local.

This is a brainchild of the new Civil SDO of the town, Arvind Kumar Singh, who’s just returned after a trip to Jaipur.

Inspired from the original pink city, he introduced this campaign with the slogan “Pink Aurangabad, Green Aurangabad; Clean Aurangabad, Disciplined Aurangabad”.

“We want to make our city a pink city. It will help instill a positive attitude in people here,” says Singh.

Though people in the city were reluctant initially, they’re now convinced that pink will counter red terror.

It’s not clear how painting homes and offices pink will bring down the city’s crime graph but people are certainly taking to this unique idea.

(With inputs from Prabhakar Kumar & Mansi Sharma)

24-hour naxal bandh

October 30, 2006

24-hour naxal bandh
Monday, October 30, 2006 07:38:25 am

The banned Maoist outfit, CPI (Maoist) has called for a 24-hour bandh on Monday (Oct 30) in 4 states-Jharkhand, Bihar, Chattisgarh and Orissa.

The bandh is called by the naxals to protest the recent arrest of its top Maoist leaders. While Shela Marandi of Nari Mukti Sangh was recently arrested by Orissa police, another top maoist leader was also arrested by the Bihar police.

The Bihar Police has sounded a high alert in the naxal-infested northern and southern parts of the State.

Jharkhand and Bihar police are taking adequate precautions in view of the bandh. Extra precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of railway lines since the railways are often targeted by the naxals.

Lenin quote

October 29, 2006

Translation of the below poster : Lenin lived, Lenin lives, Lenin will live!

Capitalists are no more capable of self-sacrifice than a man is capable of lifting himself up by his own bootstraps.-Lenin

Lenin Video – October Revolution

October 29, 2006

A clip of scene from the movie ‘October’ by Eisenstein, with the tone ‘I Lenin Takoi Molodoi’ (Lenin Is Young Again)

I recommend all those who are in a position to view this to do so,
I personally found the soundtrack to be excellent.
This video clip is from the russian movie October.

Click here to watch the video on the Youtube website

Mangalore: Police Resort to Art as Counter-Propaganda

October 29, 2006

Mangalore: Police Resort to Art as Counter-Propaganda

Mangalore, Oct 28: Men in khaki are often at the receiving end of some nasty criticism by naxalites operating in Malnad region of the State.

They manage to ransack some remote forest office or paste anti-government pamphlets at bus stops in the heart of Malnad town. And each time, they target the policemen.

Now the State Police Department has decided to take the naxalites head on in this ongoing propaganda war through the medium of drama. Sangama Kalavidar of Manipal will aid them in this task. Starting this Saturday members of Sangama Kalavidar will stage the drama “Haseeru Naadina Kempu Haadhi” (Red Path of Green Land) in nine places in Chikmagalur and Udupi district every weekend till November. The troupe had staged this drama in Bangalore.

The drama would be staged in Sringeri (October 28), Basarikatte (Ocotober 29), Kigga (November 4), Shamse (November 5), Shankarnarayana (November 11), Ajekar (November 12), Hebri (November 18), Siddapur (November 19) and at Amasebailu (November 25). These places in the two districts have been the centres of naxal activities in the recent past.

H.N. Sathyanarayana Rao, Inspector-General of Police (Western Range) told The Hindu the main aim of staging the drama in areas affected by naxal activities was to create awareness about the issue. Even the department had to present its side of the story before the people.

Hard-core Naxalite Sreenivas grilled

October 29, 2006

Hard-core Naxalite Sreenivas grilled
Sunday October 29 2006 11:41 IST

BELLARY: The hard-core Naxalite and one of the main accused of Paritala Ravi murder case, Sreenivas was thoroughly interrogated by the district police on Saturday.

The accused Julakanti Sreenivas Reddy alias Moddu Sreenu was brought to the city with tight security. He was taken to some of the secret places in the city.

He is one of the suspects in murder of R K (Rayalaseema King), a former PW leader of Anantapur district and mentor of Paritala Ravindra.

Sreenivas is facing murder charges of Malepati Venkateswara Rao, a close associate of Paritala Ravi and former hard-core Naxalite on October 9, 2004 in the city. Malepati Venkateswara Rao was gunned to death, when he was on his morning walk near VIMS, here. The accused, Sreenivas along with G Suryanarayana Reddy alias Suri, P Narayana Reddy, Damodar Reddy and others indiscriminately opened fire on Malepati Venkateshwara Rao that day, police sources said.

The accused was arrested recently in Andhra Pradesh and kept in the Fazal Haque sub-jail.

In last February, a police team from the city went there with a prisoner’s body warrant issued by the city local court and requested for Moddu Sreenu in connection with RK murder case.

But, the Superintendent of Sub-Jail Fazal Haque said the accused health condition was not good and he could not be handed over to them in the present condition.

That time doctors had advised complete rest for Moddu Sreenu for some more time. But, this time the officials of AP police handed over him to Bellary police, for one-day interrogation on the basis of prisons body warrant. After his interrogation the accused was handed over to AP police.

The accused was brought to city with tight security of over 100 police personnel, including the newly formed Anti-Naxal Forces.

Group narrates story of struggle, pain,suffering at the hands of the Salwa Judum militiamen

October 29, 2006

Group narrates story of struggle, pain against Salwa Judum militiamen
Anand Bodh

Chandigarh, October 28: It seems like the protector is turning into the destroyer. To oppose alleged suppression by members of Salwa Judum, a group formed to counter naxalites in Chhattisgarh, in Bastar region, a group of young people have set out on a journey to gather public support to oppose their atrocities.

Presently in Chandigarh, this group of seven young tribals, including two girls, from Bastar have so far performed in 12 states across the country. Salwa Judum literally means collective hunting, and in their case, it was hunting down the naxalites.

The members of the group, attired in their traditional clothes, presented a song that narrated their suffering at the hands of Salwa Judum and exhorted the people to come together to eliminate the Salwa Judum.

Sandhya Markav, a member of the group hailing from Kanker District of Bastar region, said the objective of this song and dance performance was to make people aware of the plight of tribals at the hands of Salwa Judum. “In the name of suppressing naxal movement in Bastar, Salwa Judum is forcing tribals to migrate from their ancestral land located in deep jungles. Many tribals have got killed at the hands of Salwa Judum,” she added.

Seema, another group member, said the group was formed in 2003. “After collecting money from fellow tribesmen, we sat out on our journey to narrate the truth of Salwa Judum to others,’’ she said.

Raj Kumar Salam, the group leader, said Salwa Judum has forced people of around 600 villages to migrate. Due to the fear, around 30,000 people are living in the jungles.

“The tribals of Bastar are facing onslaught at the hands of Salwa Judum for supporting the naxalites,” he said.