lunes, 27 de julio de 2015

INDIA: Mañan día 28 de xullo comenza a Seman dos Mártires convocada polo PCI (Maoísta)


New Delhi, 27.07.15
Numerosos cartazes, bandeiras vermellas e octavillas chaman as masas populares a participar na Seman dos Martires, convocada polo clandestino Partido Comunista da India (Maoísta) coma homenaxe aos revolucionarios mortos, dende o 28 de xullo (data do asasinato do inolvidabel camarada Charu Mazumdar) ao 3 de agosto. Estan convocados band (folgas xerais) en moitos estados e zonas da India e as autoridades reaccionarias estan en estado de alerta, pois esta previsto un grande seguimento particularmente nos transportes incluido o ferrocarril.

BANGLADESH: O Gonomuktir Ganer Dol organiza, en Dhaka un debate e un acto cultural conmemorativo do 44º Día do martirio do camarada Charu Mazumdar.

Observe the 44th martyr day of comrade Charu Majumder

“To us there is no conflict between national interest and international interest. Because by nation we mean peasant-labor-working class, the revolution is in their interest.” – Charu Majumder


With this call Gonomuktir Ganer Dol has organized a discussion and mass cultural program on 28th of July 2015, 44th martyr day of the exponent of the revolutionary communist movement of south Asia, sculptor of the historical armed class struggle of Nakshalbari, comrade Charu Majumder in front of the National Museum Gate, Shahbag, Dhaka at 4.30 p.m.
Join in the effort to unmask the fundamentalist-racist politics, aggressive nationalism of this fascist, reactionary state system and work on the line of class-struggle to accelerate the new democratic revolution in this state and stick to the internationalist duty to be in solidarity and to support any revolutionary movement of any nation or state that serves the interest of the peasants-labor-working class to uproot the imperialist war-addicts.
Red Salute
Farhana Haq Shaama
General Secretary
Gonomuktir Ganer Dol

jueves, 23 de julio de 2015

INDIA: Kobad Ghandy Letter to Friends and Relatives from Tihar Jail-3 / Carta do camarada Kobad Ghandy dende a cadea de Tihar Jail-3 a familares e amigos.

Letter to Friends and Relatives from Tihar Jail-3
Monday 20 July 2015, by Kobad Ghandy

The following letter reached us late. We are thus belatedly publishing it for the benefit of our readers in general and Kobad Ghandy’s friends and relatives in particular.

This is to thank you all ever so much for the support you rendered, in so many ways, against the harassment I have been facing since the past nine months due to routine three-four monthly jail transfers.

This method of routine jail transfers is a notorious weapon of harassment (earlier used as a form of punishment), more so at my age, with all my serious ailments.

One can say it was intended, consciously or unconsciously, to cripple me or, even worse, to see that I do not come out alive. And sending me to Jail-8, which has one of the worst living conditions of all High Risk wards (and maximum deaths compared to the other nine jails), was the proverbial last straw.

Though my health was already frail, I had no alternative but to resort to hunger strike, as all my appeals in this regard since the last year (and to be put in the Senior Citizen ward since three years), had fallen on deaf years. It was the prompt action by all of you that saw me back in my earlier cell and prevented the decline in my health becoming irretreivable.

By the sixth day of my fast, on June 4, my condition had seriously deteriorated. I was continuosuly dizzy and nauseus, my BP had dropped, my weight was reduced six kilograms, and even two bottles of intraveneous drip that day did not help much. By the evening of that day I felt my health may not be able to take the strain much longer.

But fortunately that very evening the DS (of Jail-8, all of whose staff showed consideration about my health) told me that I was to immediately move back to Jail-3. This time, with all the assistance given, I came back to my earlier cell (with the facilities) in Jail-3. It was 9.30 pm, and it was then that I broke my hunger strike with food given by neighbouring inmates.

Such quick results would have been incon-ceivable (I am not yet sure about the assurance to not be transferred in the future) had it not been for your tremendous support outside, and the jail authorities realising the extent of inhumanity involved. Though the DG-Prisons seems a humane person (just a month earlier he had positively intervened in a complaint against the smo on my health issues), bureaucratic procedures, like such transfers, function machine-like, with no conside-ration for individuals, just numbers; so a 25-year-old petty-bladebaz and myself get put on the same plane.

For my quick return I thank you all very much.

Special thanks must go, first and foremost, to those who helped carry the message out (inmates and others); second, to the lawyers who put in enormous efforts; third, the journalists, particularly those who helped make it a human and social story nationally (I am told); fourthly, and most importantly, relatives and friends who showed the type of concern one rarely sees; and finally all the many silent (and not-so-silent) supporters who enabled the drops of support become an ocean of sympathy.

Last but not the least, though I am still to know what transpired outside, a special thanks to the PUDR which is said to have negotiated some agreement. I, of course, may not know for some time as to what transpired, as I have discovered they have stopped my mulaaquat for 15 days (first time ever) and a PUDR representative was turned back from the jail gates on Tuesday (June 9).

 This is not a positive omen (I gathered this from a phone call the next day), and so your support may be needed in the future. But, for now, a peaceful resolution to a painful problem has been settled, the details of which I will know later.

Meanwhile, the Delhi case drags on and on, with no end in sight; maybe the Delhi judiciary/lawyers need to take a lesson from the Marathi film ‘Court’.

Kobad Ghandy
Tihar Jail-3
Date: June 12, 2015 New Delhi

P.S.: On June 11 the Law Officer visited our ward and verbally assured me that I would not be transferred; but here verbal assurances need further confirmation.



domingo, 19 de julio de 2015

AUSTRIA: Accions da campaña internacional do ICSPWI.

First actions in Austria started last week. for india campaign ICSPWI

Comrades started to spread posters of the international campaign to support people's war in India.
Free Ajith!
Free all political prisoners in India!

Support people's war!

viernes, 17 de julio de 2015

INDIA: Executan a catro criminais da policía no Estado de Chhattisgarh.

Raipur, 15.07.15
Un reporte da axencia PTI da conta da execución de catro membros da policía pola guerrilla naxalita perto da aldea de Gudma.
Os mesmos, antigos membros da banda terrorista Salwa Judum, foron capturados polos maoístas o pasado luns e posteriormente xulgados por un Tribunal Popular, Jan Adalat, acusados de crimens contra o pobo, (asasinatos, violacions, saqueos e queima de casas) no marco de operación terroristas contra a poboación, informa un escrito difundido pola guerrilla comunista asinado polo National Park Area Committee.

ITALIA: Accións do 16 de xullo / 16 July Actions throughout Italy as part of the ICSPWI campaign

On July 16 the inernational campaign launched by the ICSPWI reached the whole country.
In Rome and Milan rallies took place in front of the Indian Embassy and consulate; in Dalmine a leaflets-spreading at the biggest factory in the area; in Palermo a public meeting of counter-information and solidarity.

Rome, Indian Embassy Free Ajith! To be a revolutionary Intellectual of CPI Maoist is not a crime! Ajith, for 40 years serving the Indian masses and the Naxalite revolution, must be released!
Rome: Freedom for Indian political orisoners! Solidarity with the workers struggles in India! Stop “Green Hunt”

Rome, Indian Embassy; Ajith, internationalist Maoist, must be released!
Dalmine, on the waal of the factory: class solidarity and unity between Indian and Italian workers against the masters
Milan, Stop Green Hunt and state terrorism in India! Suport the people’s War! Free Ajith and all political prisoners!

jueves, 16 de julio de 2015


Foto de Sourabh Kumar.

15th July 1997 When a Peoples poet, singer, activist committed suicide as a mark of protest against the Ramabai Nagar killings of Dalit protesters by our Demoncracy. Few lines for you comrade...


Your death was not as loud
as were your songs and poetry.
Your songs is our dream
Your poetry is our weapon
We the have-nots live a collective life
We live for the collective
We die for the collective
We are responsible for each others happiness and sadness
Your suicide note on the wall
still guides us to build a stronger collective.
You lived your life to annihilate caste and all forms of oppression through a unified collective.
But there were people amongst us who
thought only of themselves and jeopardized
the collective for their own benefits.
Your suicide was a protest not only against the
But against
Traitors too.
I remember your sacrifice to build
a strong collective
I chant your songs to build
a strong revolution...
Jai Bhim Lal Salaam comrade

lunes, 13 de julio de 2015

INDIA: Chamamento para apoiar economicamente o tratamento médico do profesor GN Saibaba.

Via Nandita Narain,
Defence Committee for Dr. G.N. Saibaba
Please Share.
The medical expenses for Dr. Saibaba in the private hospital in Nagpur are turning out to be exhorbitant. A deposit of Rs. 40,000 has already been made, and he has to stay there till at least the next hearing on 30th, when he may get bail and be able to come to Delhi to get treatment in AIIMS. With room charges of Rs. 5000 per day and a whole of tests that have been prescribed, an additional cost of over Rs 1 lakh is likely to be incurred. The family is already at the end of their tether, with the Univ giving only 505 of salary and refusing to follow the rules of paying 75% of salary after three months of suspension, despite repeated appeals by Vasantha as well as DUTA. I appeal to friends and well-wishers to contribute generously to ensure that he gets proper treatment for restoration of his health, which is now in a precarious condition. Contributions may be sent directly to the account of Saibaba's wife Vasantha whose account is given below.

State Bank of India
Delhi University Utility center branch

A/c No. 30577065300
IFSC code: SBIN0001067

In solidarity,
Nandita Narain
Member, Defence Committee for Dr. G.N. Saibaba

viernes, 10 de julio de 2015

INDIA: 45th VIRASAM Formation Day Meeting / Mitin do 45º Aniversario da fundación da Asociación de Escritores Revolucionarios.

Dear Friends and Comrades !
We cordially invite you to the 45th VIRASAM Formation Day Meeting
Writers, whose side are you on?
The question comes back after 45 years

Let us organize the 45th Foundation Day of Virasam with the spirit of Com. Vivek
Let us reflect Class Struggle in literary and cultural fields

Sunday, July 12, 2015. From 9.30 am to 5.30 pm,
Sundarayya Vignana Kendram, Hyderabad.

There was an ‘encounter’ on June 12 on the Warangal-Chhattisgarh border. Two young adivasi women – Com. Madakam Jogi, Com. Madakam Deve and Comrade Vivek, who’s pursuing his Law Degree in Hyderabad, were killed in that encounter. Vivek, who actively participated in the Telangana movement with revolutionary spirit, joined the Revolutionary movement later. The 19-year-old Vivek knew well that the reconstruction of Telangana is not possible without transformation it into a Guerilla Zone and a liberated area.
Inspired by the historic Srikakulam movement, students of Visakhapatnam had posed the question – Writers, whose side you are on? They challenged the writers in 1970 to decide which side they wanted to be – with the oppressed and exploited or with the oppressor? Their question had forced the indifferent and the sick Telugu literary field to wake up from the deep slumber and ponder seriously. This had led to the formation of Revolutionary Writers’ Association (RWA) in 1970.
After 45 years, the question once raised by the students of Visakhapatnam has come back – Writers, whose side are you on? The Telugu literary world, particularly the cultural and intellectual elements in Telangana, is chasing mirages in the last few months. With his martyrdom, Com. Vivek had revived the question that students of Visakhapatnam posed four decades ago.
This year marks the end of the original fascism 70 years ago. Now, India is ruled by the successors of Hitler’s ideology. Inspired by the tyrannical Nizam and the warlord Venkadri Naidu, Telugu chief Ministers were resorting to blood bath and unprecedented repression in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. The two Governments have been keeping the people in a constant state of insecurity to continue their exploitative rule. The Chandrababu Government, which is mired neck-deep in corruption, is trying to divert the attention by politicking around the issue of the Capital.
The one year rule of K Chandrasekhara Rao proved that ultimately the interests of the capitalists would be protected at any cost. He even tried to usurp the lands of Osmania University. He faced widespread opposition to this move. Both the Chief Ministers would resort to raise the passions of the people on either side and pit one against another.
Leaders of Andhra Pradesh, who ‘fought’ for the rights of Telugus a couple of years ago, are now playing to the tunes of Delhi rulers. The bourgeoisie leadership in Telangana, who waged a battle to achieve self rule with the help of people’s movements, is now quite excited to become a stooge in the hands of Delhi. KCR is emulating the ‘Gujarat Model’ developed by the brutal Modi. Chandrababu Naidu is devouring lands in the name of land pooling and implementing destructive ‘development’ model hand in glove with Modi government. Both the Chief Ministers are vying with each other to promote the Saffron policies.
Intellectuals in both the States are enamoured by the hollow slogans of ‘Golden Telangana’ and ‘Navya Andhra’. They have gone to the extent of asking for some time for them to realize those ‘dreams’. In fact, there is nothing new in the policies being announced by the governments. They are just following the policies the erstwhile regimes started as part of the imperialist globalization. Both are following the same strategy in indiscriminate killing of Muslim youth, sandalwood labour and revolutionary activists.
Both the States are witnessing unprecedented oppression. The poor, landless and small and marginal farmers are bearing the brunt. Land is being forcibly acquired from the people to liberally dole out to the industry as part of the Make in India campaign. Crores of rupees are being spent on horse-trading of legislators.
Though the time is opportune to raise their voice against the repression, the poets, writers and intellectuals are keeping mum. Instead of speaking and writing for the people, they are desperately trying to attract the attention of the government. Longing for this or that award, monetary benefits and government ‘recognition’, they are swallowing all the insults and humiliation. Once identified themselves with democratic and secular causes , they don’t mind aligning with the official agenda.
In this backdrop, the four-decade-old question, posed by the Naxalbari-inspired generation, comes back – Writers, whose side are you on? Are you with the oppressed? Or, are you with the oppressor?
If Naxalbari was the alternative then, we have got an advanced alternative in the form of Janatana Sarkar in Dandakaranya. Let us pose this powerful question again with the revolutionary spirit passed on to us by martyrs Com. Vivek, Com. Madakam Jogi and Com. Madakam Devela.

Revolutionary Writers’ Association

Unfurling of the flag: 9.30 a.m.

First Session:
Rivera to Chair
1) Pani to speak on ‘Make in India – Saffronisation – Janatana Sarkar as an alternative
2) Ravikumar (Advocate) to speak on Anti-people Land Acquisition Act
1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. Lunch break

Second session
3) Ramki to Chair
Kasim to speak on The Agenda of Rulers in Telangana – and People’s Agenda
4) Varalakshmi to speak on The Agenda of Rulers of AP – and People’s Agenda
5) Varavara Rao to speak on: Writers, whose side are you on?
(The programme would also see release of 12 books)

jueves, 2 de julio de 2015


INDIA: O EGPL xulga con dureza accións contra as mulleres dos séus militantes.

Nagpur, 27.06.15
Un reporte de The Indian Express da conta dun documento do Comité Especial da Zona de Dandakaranya do Exercito Guerrilleiro Popular de Liberación no que informase da execución dun dos seus cuadros e dun severo castigo a outro, por accions contra mulleres da zona ou mesmo camaradas de armas.
Foron xulgados por un tribunal popular acusados de comportamento indiciplinado, anarquista, contrario aos principios do EGPL e da Revolución que dirixe o PCI (Maoísta) e de ir contra a dignidade das mulleres locais e cuadros femeninos.

miércoles, 1 de julio de 2015

GALIZA: Hoxe, no cabodano do inmortal camarada Azad, comenza a nova campaña en defensa do camarada Ajith.

Hoxe, no cabodano do asasinato do camarada Azad comenza a nova campaña internacional do ICSPWI en defensa do veterano intelectual comunista, K Murali, camarada Ajith. Un dos presos políticos máis significativos dos revolucionarios na India.
Do 1º de xullo ao 28 de xullo facemos un chamado ao noso pobo a difundir e apoiar esta nova acción internacionalista contra a represión do réxime reaccionario indiano.
Galiza, 1º de xullo do 2015.


Comité Galego de Apoio a Guerra Popular na India