From Red Communist Blogs:
Communiqué of the PCI (M) of India: Unity Facing the War against the People by the Fascist Government of Modi and Raman Singh!
It has been known that more than 20 political parties and social organizations in Chhattisgarh have joined together in a joint initiative which, based on the IWC report, seeks to require the government to punish Kalluri and the other officers and soldiers guilty of Police, paramilitaries and PAHO. All the revolutionary and democratic forces of the country should welcome and support this initiative. Needless to say, neo-Nazi police officers like Kalluri deserve the severest of punishments for their innumerable crimes of all kinds, past and present, against adivasis. Uniform killers and gangsters have always enjoyed the protection of the ruling and reactionary classes to act as their faithful watchdogs. Justice almost never reaches them. Not surprisingly, despite numerous accusations in the past heinous crimes, namely killings, fake encounters, gang rape, arson, looting, etc., Kalluri has been promoted to Inspector General of Police Bastar In "reward" for his services to the Indian ruling classes, to the nationalist terrorists of the Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP, Hindi] and to the imperialists. As a sign of subservience, Kalluri currently runs in Bastar the third phase, the most repressive, Operation Green Hunt , which is nothing but the war of the state against the people - under the name of "Mission-2016". This has already claimed the lives of more than a hundred Adivasis, the vast majority of whom were unarmed villagers, including a large number of women, described as "Maoists" and murdered in false confrontations. Therefore, only a strong and united movement can force central and state governments to take more severe measures against the culprits.
However, it should never be forgotten that Kalluri and those of his kind simply comply with the policies of central and state governments, serving the interests of the imperialists and their buying class in India. That is, the mere removal of an individual's office or the punishment of a few private soldiers is not enough. Raman Singh, Commander-in-Chief of the War on the People in Bastar and President of the Unified Command of the Chhattisgarh Government Armed Forces, must be waged. He is responsible for the massacre of thousands of Adivasis of Bastar and the displacement of hundreds of thousands in the last twelve years of his mandate. In addition, the Brahmin-Hindu fascist clique of Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah and Mohan Bhagwat, promoter of genocide of adivasis and moolvasis in every country in order to allow looting at gunpoint of natural resources under the guise of "Development", must respond to their crimes. It is therefore necessary that the movement in demand of the resignation and trial of Kalluri and other officers and members of the police, paramilitaries and PAHO involved in the March 2011 attacks should be part of a larger movement of Resistance against the fascist war imposed on the people by the Modi clique, Raman Singh and the nationalist thugs throughout the country, a war that is being developed in close collaboration with several state governments, regardless of the party in power. If this movement does not consolidate, expand and intensify, it will not be possible to stop the daily massacre of adivasis that, day by day, is intensified throughout India.
The Central Committee of PCI (Maoist) welcomes and sympathizes with the struggle for those responsible for the atrocities committed in Tadimetla, Morpalli and Timmapur and attacks on social activists to be brought to justice. It also appeals to workers, peasants, democrats, patriots, religious and national minorities, Dalits, Adivasis and Moolvasis, women, students, youth, employees, the unemployed, all sectors of the population and their organizations and the parliamentary opposition, as the Congress Party, the PCI, the AAP and the Congress Party Chhattisgarh, to consolidate this movement with their active participation. Our party is absolutely sure that the people of India will give an adequate response to the elements of the ruling class who have committed crimes and untold barbarities against humanity and the masses of this country.
In the two years we have been under the leadership of the Democratic National Alliance (NDA) led by Modi, the joint aggression of state terrorism and national-Hindu fascism has continued to worsen day by day. The Maoist movement and the different democratic movements, Muslims and Christians, Dalits and Adivasis, national minorities, women, people oppressed by their sexual orientation, workers, peasants, intellectuals, academics, students , Artists and other sectors of the broad masses are among the victims of this brutal aggression. Raman Singh, for example, promised peasants an increase of Rs.300 in the guaranteed minimum price for rice. Instead, the minimum price has been reduced by 40 percent. On the other hand, it is squandering billions of rupees in the police and paramilitary forces with the excuse of fighting the Maoists. Similarly, yesterday the government of the BJP of Jharkhand ordered the police to shoot the people, who was protesting against the forced acquisition of land: they killed a protester. These being the prevailing conditions throughout the country, the democratic movement must grow and be strengthened to face the fascist aggression. In order to do this, all the forces opposing the buyer-feudal and national-Hindu fascism of the BJP and Sangh Parivar must join. Opposition to the third phase of Operation Green Hunt is an important element of this resistance.
The Maoist revolutionaries have taken up arms to defend the just cause of the people and the country once the Indian reactionary rulers have closed all peaceful ways for the people to establish a true democracy, freedom, sovereignty, independence, progress, prosperity and power Popular politics. The history of our country and other countries of the semicolonial and semifeudal world demonstrates conclusively that only through a popular war prolonged can achieve these goals. Nevertheless, the Central Committee of the CPI (Maoist) is open to talks with the government for the sake of the country and the people. Nevertheless, Indian rulers have never shown any seriousness regarding the possibility of holding talks, peace or the well-being of the masses. Senior government officials like Rajnath Singh call the revolutionary movement, which fights for the sacred cause of the people and the country, as a terrorist and criminal movement, and they do not stop circulating appeals for their surrender. At the same time, they deploy more and more soldiers and use increasingly deadly weapons, including combat helicopters, recruit new forces, organize paramilitary bands and take all kinds of measures to repress the people.
Needless to say, under these conditions, the Supreme Court's suggestion that peace talks be held between the government and our Party will remain a dead letter. Undermining the spirit of the Supreme Court's proposal, Chhattisgarh Interior Minister Ramsewak Paikra has insisted that peace talks be held only after Maoists renounce "violence" and become part of " Institutional policy ". This is nothing more than a veiled call for the Maoists to surrender. It demonstrates the government's unwillingness and lack of sincerity in relation to peace talks. Kalluri has pointed out that the morale of government forces will suffer if the popular demand for punishment for those responsible for the atrocities of Tadimetla, Morpalli and Timmapur materializes. With these statements only thing that the aim is to silence all voices of opposition to continue committing atrocities and repressing the people. The CPC (Maoist) Central Committee hopes that India's genuinely democratic and peace-loving forces will continue their efforts to force the governments of Modi and Raman Singh to stop their genocidal war against the people, the only way to facilitate the possibilities Of peace and of creating an environment conducive to eventual conversations.
*—Boycott the 17th anniversary of the creation of the state of Chhattisgarh 1 to November 5, 2016!
*—We demand the resignation of Raman Singh and Kalluri!
*—Solidarity with the struggling farmers of Chhattisgarh asking 2,500 rupees for every quintal of rice, a minimum price guarantee!
*—We demand the denunciation of all MOUs signed with multinational companies and large domestic enterprises!
*—Let us fight to assert the rights of people on Water, Forest and Earth [Jal-Jungle-Zameen, Hindi] !
*—Organize demonstrations and public meetings in villages, towns and cities from 1 to 5 November 2016!