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Tuesday, February 07, 2017

India- Communiqué of the PCI (M): Dare to win and to conquer the victory—Part 1

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Dear comrades, dear people,

We are going to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the creation of our Party with great enthusiasm and fervor.  On  September 21 has great importance for our Party and for revolutionaries. On September 21 of 12 years ago, two revolutionary currents joined to form the PCI (Maoist). Our Central Committee sends its most cordial revolutionary greetings to all members of the Party, the commanders and soldiers of the Guerrilla Army of People's Liberation (EGLP), the leaders and members of the new democratic popular governing bodies, the revolutionary organizations of Masses, the Party sympathizers and the revolutionary masses. Our Central Committee also extends its sincere revolutionary greetings to the Maoist parties and to the organizations of different countries that are part of the solidarity movements that, throughout the world, support the people's war in progress in our country.

Over one hundred and fifty of our dear comrades lost their precious lives in the revolutionary struggle over the past year, since we celebrated the 11th anniversary of our Party. Among them were comrades who belonged to the national leadership of the Party and members of its base; Platoon commanders and members of popular militias; There were from leaders of popular revolutionary governments and mass organizations to ordinary people. Comrade Chirag (East Bihar Special Zone and North-East Jharkhand), Comrade Vasanth (Orissa) and Comrade Lachchanna (alternate member of the Dandakaranya Special Zone Committee) belonged to the National Directorate or to the Special Areas Directorate. Comrade Ravi (Secretary of the Eastern Division Committee of the Andhra-Orissa border area), Comrade Satish (Southern Zone, Bijapur), Comrade Rama (Seendri Lingo, Kalinganagar Division, Orissa), Comrade Sunil Of Maad, Dandakaranya), Comrade Rajitha (Northern Gadichiroli Division, Dandakaranya) and Comrade Soni (southern Bastar, Dandakaranya) belonged to the management level of the Zonal or Division Committees. Let us remember the thousands of heroic martyrs who have given their lives since the days of the peasant armed revolutionary movement of Naxalbari and pay our humble homage to each and every one of the fallen comrades this past year, with whom we fight shoulder to shoulder against the enemy in This popular war to reach the high objectives of the Revolution.

Our Central Committee also pays tribute to the heroic comrades who gave their lives at the service of the various movements that, led in different countries by Maoist parties, organizations and groups, are fighting for the world socialist revolution. Also it pays tribute to true democrats as BD Sharma, unwavering friend of our Party and the New Democratic Revolution taking place in the country, which always wanted the greatest possible success .

In the last ten months since the eleventh anniversary of the formation of our Party, its cadres, EGLP soldiers, popular revolutionary committees and revolutionary and democratic organizations, the masses of our country and especially those who are part of the movement revolutionary in areas of fighting, all directed by our Party have fought heroically against the anti - social, economic, military, cultural and environmental policies and pro - imperialist, especially against Operation Green Hunt, who, with the help of the imperialists, have put In practice brutally the fascist ruling classes. The sacrifice of the martyrs in this war of resistance has an extraordinary exemplary value, worthy of emulation. They gave their lives for a new, just and egalitarian society where there is neither inequality nor discrimination, nor exploitation of man by man. On this day when we commemorate the 12th anniversary of the creation of our Party, we pledge ourselves with our fist to continue with all our determination for the path that the martyrs gave us to fulfill their dream of forging a new world. We extend our condolences to all the members of the families, relatives and friends of the martyrs, with the promise that the Central Committee will not cease to support them.

The Central Committee hopes that our fighting comrades who were wounded in combat will soon recover and will soon be actively reintegrated into the revolutionary movement.

Let us now present to the members of the Party, the EGLP forces and the broad masses the victories obtained by the PCI (Maoist) thanks to the sacrifices of the martyrs and to intensify their active and militant participation in the people's war.

Our victories:

nder the leadership of the Party, PLGA has faced mercenary police forces and paramilitaries of the ruling and exploiting classes with the main objectives of becoming a People's Liberation Army (PLA), to convert the guerrilla war In a war of movements and of making Dandakaranya and Bijapur liberated zones. It also fights to protect the Party, the revolutionary movement, the people and the organs of popular revolutionary government, as well as to win new victories. On the other hand, enemy forces, in the context of their low-intensity conflict policies, have implemented various forms of state violence and white terror: they have dedicated themselves to attacking peoples and their inhabitants, murdering villagers, Have used sexual violence against women and destroyed the properties and crops of peasants. Its objective is to divide the town. By crushing the people under their boots, they try to stifle the popular yearnings of a new democracy and a socialist society and to put an end to their collective spirit. Independent journalists who have tried to bring to light cases of state terrorism and police atrocities have described them as Maoists, have been charged in judicial proceedings or expelled from conflict zones. PLGA, under the leadership of the Party and with the help of the revolutionary masses, has undertaken various campaigns tactical counter - offensives in response to this counter - revolutionary war enemy forces develop within the framework of Operation Green Hunt. In Kala Pahad, Dabbakunta, Malewada and Chakkar Bandha the enemy forces suffered considerable losses. In Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Maharastra, Telangana, the border region of Andhra and Orissa, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Western Ghats the resistance of EGLP soldiers materialized in the form of low and medium level tactical offensive actions. More than 60 police officers were killed and 140 wounded in various guerrilla and red-resistance areas throughout the country.

At various levels, the whole Party has analyzed and conclusions drawn on the two - year program of Bolshevisation (Study and Application), the results, as expected, have been positive. In some areas the decision has been taken to extend the campaign for another year. The top leadership of the Party has decided to improve its theoretical and political level and bolster itself in response to rapidly changing circumstances. In that sense, we have decided to conduct social research. We have undertaken field studies on the relative changes that have taken place in the last decade in the field of production relations. Address, collectively and at different levels, it has studied the reports, based on a class analysis, in which it concludes that the standard of living of those living in areas of the revolutionary movement has improved.

Since 2011, under the leadership of the Revolutionary People's Committees (Krantikari Janatana Sarkar), which has been establishing our Party at different levels, a cooperative movement has been set up to "level land, divide and increase The production thanks to the water supply for irrigation. This campaign runs for 15-20 days each year. Where the Janatana Sarkars operate and on a class basis, this campaign is carried out, which has become a revolutionary tradition. This way of working is winning the hearts of the people. Police and paramilitary forces committed brutal attacks in January and February 2016 to interrupt the tasks. In one case, police shot at the neighbors while they were working, killing two villagers and wounding two others. Despite this, the revolutionary masses topped the campaign before People's Power Day (February 10) and met the objectives. Despite continuing attacks, about 150,000 men and women, on average, participated daily in this campaign. This fact reveals its massive character. This campaign is also carried out in the zones of the revolutionary movement in the border region of Andhra and Orissa and in Orissa.

The Janatana Sarkars have concentrated on agriculture, people's education, health services, defense of own Janatana Sarkars and small industry. The Janatana Sarkars also have to deal with such tasks as the release of detained comrades, financial support for their families, protection of forests, replanting, etc. Due to the persistent drought affecting the zones of struggle, the revolutionary mass organizations and the Popular Revolutionary Committees have taken measures to combat the drought and bring some relief to the people. We have also received different types of donations from various popular sectors such as workers, democrats and sympathizers of the revolutionary movement, which we have distributed.

In the areas of the revolutionary movement and especially in central and eastern India, central and state governments have signed memoranda of understanding with multinational corporations and the bureaucratic bourgeoisie-buyer such as Tata, Essar, Mittal, Jindal, Neco, Vedanta or Posco for To carry out various projects, namely mining projects, large dams, forest reserves and natural parks, mega-factories, thermal power stations, open pit mines, railways, etc. There are powerful popular resistance movements against these memorandums of understanding and against the thousands of police deployed to ensure the implementation of these memoranda. This has allowed many projects to be paralyzed. The first anti-displacement movements have emerged in the border areas of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The problem of displacement in India is an issue that directly affects the very existence of many people, especially moolvasis. Ultimately, it is the question of land. That is why the people throughout the country have been demonstrating against the antipopular policy of land acquisition, raised by the government of Modi. The Orissa government and its mercenary forces are massively killing many people in an attempt to end anti-displacement movements. Our Party encourages people to unite these movements on a base wide with other forces and popular defense organizations.

The or democratic rganizations, religious minorities and the Dalits and Adivasis of the areas where our movement is implemented are moving towards unity in the fight against Brahmin-Hindu fascism. The people of these regions do not stand idly by in the face of the hegemonic and murderous policies of national-Brahmanic-fascist terrorists (Sangh Parivar), who, with the help and support of the state, act outside any law and Constitution. On the other hand, students, workers, women, writers, artists and progressive and progressive journalists and progressive journalists seek to awaken the people's conscience against Brahmanic-Hindu fascism. Our Party sympathizes with them. All our efforts are directed at incorporating them into a unitary movement.

The dominant classes have announced for almost a decade that the Maoists are the greatest threat to the country's internal security. The ruling classes have declared war on the people in the regions where the Maoist movement operates. They have deployed nearly 500,000 members of the police and paramilitaries. Unmanned airplanes and half a dozen Air Force helicopters are watching from the sky. At the end of 2015, the Indian government authorized the air strikes, which is a turning point for the Indian revolutionary movement. The Air Force Garuda Commandos have carried out attack exercises, causing the panic of the people. The murders of fighters in alleged clashes with the police have also continued to increase, which also enjoys total impunity to commit any atrocity against women. Police mercenaries subjected the people to cruel torture, such as impregnating the wounds of the detainees with salt and chilli powder or tying them by the hands of a vehicle and dragging them on the ground. The police also sexually rape women. In Chinna Gelluru, Pedda Gelluru, Budigin, Pegadapalli, Kunna and other villages, have carried out savage aggressions against women. Led by Kalluri, Inspector General of the SRP [State Reserves Police] of Bastar, in the state of Chhattisgarh, state and federal police forces, as well as the CoBRA Commands, are Committing brutal atrocities against the people. Although Amnesty International has criticized the police for failing to inform detainees' families of their arrest, central and state governments have not taken notice. Democrats protest against these fascist atrocities, both nationally and internationally. Intellectuals, democratic forces, civil rights and human rights activists, adivasis support groups, journalists, lawyers, women's organizations and various local parliamentary parties, with the exception of the BJP, have decided to launch Mechanisms to investigate the scope of these atrocities and condemn them. Raman Singh and Modi and their police can not tolerate it. Police thugs have resorted to physical attacks on Soni Sori, leader of the AAP ["Common Man's Party", in Hindi]. In turn, DM Avasthi, Special Director General of the Police, has described all these facts as mere false propaganda of the Naxalites to defame the police and has branded all the forces that are on the side of the people of "Maoists". The government dismissed Sukma District Judge Prabhakar Gwal for not pronouncing rulings in Maoists cases at the ruling of the government delegate in that district, which he had to abandon on the grounds that there was a threat to his life.

State violence and white terror have been unleashed in all areas of movement: in Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Asom, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala , Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.

The third phase of Operation Green Hunt is creating the objective conditions for the unification of the propopulares forces. On that basis, the Party has sought in the past year organizing popular movements and popular resistance movements against Operation Green Hunt, forging the unity of workers, peasants, students, women, revolutionary intellectuals, democratic propopulares forces And patriotic and adivasis support groups.

To be continued…>

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