It looks like the people's war in India is having some success. Today the Communist Party of India (Maoist) is the most successful Maoist party in the world at present. Moaist all over the world are looking up to this group. They are providing a rallying point for us all. – សតិវ អតុ
From Maoist Road:
Despite recent reports oft he old Indian state, which is wrongly claiming successes over people’s war, led by the CPI (maoists), the People’s Liberation Guerilla Army (PLGA) intensified it‘s operations in the border region of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The PLGA was able to deny the fascist forces of the old Indian State entry to regions in which they operate. The PLGA is organizing meetings among the villagers oft he region and building defenses against the government offensive and paramilitaries. Members of the PLGA damaged the roads, blasted a bridge and injured three persons including a Cobra jawan (Indian special forces) in the last few days. Government officials where forced to order an increase of troops to this region, which is clearly saying who hast he initiative. On the other hand people’s war has been able to spread in several regions and was able to intensify it’s operations.
The Indian press reports clashes between guerrilla units and repressive forces. In Chhattisgardh, three members of the Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) were seriously injured when they exploited a mine placed by the Naxalites in a forest near the village of Ranibodli, Bijapur district, about 450 kilometers from the state capital, Raipur.
In the Kanker district, an EGPL unit ambushed repressive forces in the forest near the villages of Gome and Gattakal, injuring a member of the 35th BSF battalion.
The Minister of the Interior of the Union, presented in the Parliament a report in which it quantifies in 400 the troops of diverse repressive forces killed by the Maoist guerrilla or militants of Kashmir in the last three years. In the areas under Maoist control, 199 agents were killed and in Jammu and Kashmir 201.
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La prensa india reporta enfrentamientos entre unidades guerrilleras y fuerzas represivas. En Chhattisgardh, tres miembros de las Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) resultaron heridos de gravedad al explotar una mina colocada por los naxalitas en un bosque cercano a aldea de Ranibodli, distrito de Bijapur, a unos 450 kilómetros de la capital del estado, Raipur.
En el distrito de Kanker, una unidad del EGPL emboscó a fuerzas represivas en el bosque cercano a las aldeas de Gome y Gattakal, resultando herido un miembro del 35 ° batallón de BSF.
El Ministro del Interior de la Unión, presento en el Parlamento un informe en el que cuantifica en 400 los efectivos de diversas fuerzas represivas muertos por la guerrilla maoísta o militantes de Cachemira en los últimos tres años. En las zonas bajo control maoístas habrían muerto 199 agentes y en Jammu y Cachemira 201.