The following statement from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), North Regional Bureau, from July 3rd 2010, is from the website Banned Thought:
- It is not an encounter at all!! It is a cold blooded murder by AP Police!!
- Red Salutes to Martyrs com. Azad (Cherukuri Rajkumar) and com. Hem Pandey (Jitender)!!
- Let us avenge the killings of the beloved comrades by the khaki clad fascist gangs of AP government!!
Azad was arrested at Nagpur on June 1st along with com. Hem Pandey
On June 1st, the notorious Andhra Pradesh Special Branch Police for its abductions and cold blooded murders, have arrested com. Azad, Polite Bureau member and Spokesperson of CPI (Maoist), and com. Hem Pandey, a zonal committee level comrade in Nagpur city around 11’o clock when they went to meet a comrade who was supposed to receive them from Dandakarnaya zone. Com. Azad reached Nagpur around 10 am on the fateful day along with com. Hem Pandey, after travelling from long distance. With specific information, the lawless goons of AP SIB abducted them, perhaps flown them in a helicopter, to Adilabad jungles near Maharashtra border and killed them point block and in cold blood.
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Tagged Andhra Pradesh, Armed Struggle, Azad, Cherukuri Rajkumar, Communist Party of India (Maoist), False Encounters, guerrilla warfare, Hem Pandey, Jitender, martyrs, People's Liberation Guerilla Army, Protracted People's War
This article was published in Maoist Information Bulletin 13, dated December 7, 2009, which is available on Banned Thought:
Interview with Comrade Katakam Sudarshan, Secretary, Central Regional Bureau, CPI(Maoist)
We are publishing below parts of an interview by our MIB correspondent with comrade Katakam Sudarshan aka Anand, Polit Bureau member and the secretary of Central regional Bureau, CPI(Maoist). He is incharge of one of the two major regions under the CPI(Maoist) where people’s war is raging with great intensity. For almost three decades he has been in the field leading the struggle of the oppressed in the flaming fields of North Telangana to the adivasi-inhabited regions of Dandakaranya. A few years ago, he lost his life-partner, fiery, vocal and highly talented comrade Sadhana, when she was the secretary of Adilabad district in North Telangana.
Short and soft-spoken, comrade Anand answered all the questions very patiently in his native tongue of Telugu. The questions were mainly related to the stand of the CPI(Maoist) regarding the proposal of talks by Union Home Minister Chidambaram, on the question of violence, and the other issues related to the Centre’s war against the Maoists and adivasis.
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Tagged Andhra Pradesh, Armed Struggle, Chhattisgarh, Chidambaram, Communist Party of India (Maoist), Comrade Anand, CPI (Marxist), Dandakaranya, Katakam Sudarshan, Maoist Information Bulletin, National Liberation, Naxalites, North Telangana, Operation Green Hunt, Protracted People's War, Revolution, Salwa Judum
The following article is from A World To Win News Service. It should be mentioned that when the article mentions CPI(M), they are refering to the Maoist Party, the CPI (Maoist), not to the CPI (Marxist), which is the organization typically designated by that acronym:
14 December 2009. A World to Win News Service. The Maoist or Red Corridor stretches from West Bengal in India’s northeast through the states of Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in the west. It includes many forest areas including the Dandakaranya forest. Its millions of adivasis (Hindi for original settler, an umbrella term for ethnic and tribal groups who were among the original inhabitants of the subcontinent) were pushed into forest regions by waves of invaders and generally excluded from “mainstream” Hindu society. They have a long history of rebellion and militant uprisings against British colonial rule, from the Santal revolt of 1855-57 to numerous smaller uprisings and have been a major base for communist organising.
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Tagged Andhra Pradesh, Armed Struggle, Calcutta, Chhattisgarh, Communist Party of India (Maoist), counter-revolution, CPI-Maoist, India, Jharkhand, Lalgarh, Maharashtra, Naxalbari, Naxalites, Operation Green Hunt, Orissa, Protracted People's War, Revolution