Monday, December 10, 2018

successfull for international meeting in Milan of ICSPWI

report in the next days - launched an international week of actions for 20/27 january 2018



ICSPWI
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Political Prisoner G N Saibaba’s Medical Condition Critical As Prison Authorities Continue To Deny Him Treatment




Wife of Saibaba, a former DU professor serving a life sentence for ‘Naxal links’, has alleged ill-treatment in Nagpur jail. Authorities deny allegation.

New Delhi/Mumbai: Former Delhi University professor, G.N. Saibaba, serving a life sentence for alleged Maoist links, has claimed that his deteriorating health and poor conditions at Nagpur Central Jail, where he is incarcerated, have reduced him to a “cot-ridden old man” and a “dump of shrunken flesh and dried bones”.
In a letter to his wife, the wheel-chair-bound Saibaba, who is 90 per cent disabled, has also alleged that he has been put on solitary confinement in a prison cell that does not address his disability needs.
“The very architecture of this prison renders me totally helpless. There is no accessibility for me in any aspect. I have been reduced to ‘a cot-ridden old man’,” he has written in his letter which has been accessed by ThePrint.
“Inside the cell, I cannot approach the toilet in my wheelchair. Two persons have to take me or hold me in my wheelchair to go for urine or defecation or for taking a bath,” he has added.
Saibaba’s wife, G. Vasantha, told ThePrint that jail authorities have allegedly refused to provide proper treatment for her husband who suffers from a number of ailments.
“My husband has a problem in his pancreas and recently developed a tumour on the lower portion of his body. The jail authorities refuse to give him proper treatment and they don’t know how to deal with a disabled person,” Vasantha said. “They have also kept him in an anda cell (solitary confinement), where there is hardly any space for him to move.”
Authorities at the Nagpur prison, however, denied Vasantha’s and the professor’s allegations, claiming that they always offered all necessary medical aid to Saibaba, but he has “steadfastly refused treatment”.
Saibaba, an English professor who taught at Ramlal Anand College in Delhi University, was arrested in May 2014 after police in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, claimed that he had Maoist links.
Police had gone after Saibaba for allegedly being an ‘urban contact’ for Maoists, much before the current ‘Urban Naxal’ row, in which authorities arrested activist Gautam Navlakha and other Left-wing ideologues.
Saibaba was handed a life sentence by a Gadchiroli sessions court in March 2017, after being convicted under various sections of the stringent Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). He has been lodged in Nagpur Central Jail since.

Deteriorating health

In his letter to Vasantha, Saibaba has written that he had fallen unconscious several times in prison, the frequency of which has increased in the last few days.
“Since July 12th, I have fallen unconscious three times. Before that, a total of eight times in a year till June,” his letter reads. “I have lost appetite. Not feeling to eat anything because the vomiting sensation keeps coming back (sic).”
The professor has also complained of not being able to sleep because of which he has been forced to take sleeping pills.
“The pain in the left side of the stomach has increased. The pain in my damaged left hand has also increased extremely. As a result, I am not able to sleep,” the letter states. “For the last 20 days I have been taking sleeping pills, Restyl, without which I am not being able to sleep at all due to the severe pain.”
Saibaba’s deteriorating health condition had prompted human rights experts from the United Nations to urge India to release him, earlier this year.
“We are concerned about reports that Dr Saibaba is suffering from more than 15 different health problems, some of which have potentially fatal consequences,” the experts said in a joint statement released in Geneva in July this year. The experts called on India to release Saibaba as he was in “urgent need of adequate medical treatment”.
India is yet to respond to the appeal.

Nagpur prison authorities deny charges

Prison authorities at the Nagpur Central Jail denied the allegations and maintain that they have always offered all necessary medical aid to Saibaba.
“We have taken him to the hospital of the GMC Medical College, Nagpur, a number of times whenever required. But he has refused treatment each and every time, citing some reason or the other. All of this is on record,” said Yogesh Desai, DIG, prisons (eastern zone), Nagpur.
He added that the jail staff has even summoned specialised medical teams to the Nagpur jail whenever needed.
On one such occasion, Desai claimed, Saibaba said he would be willing to undergo treatment only if his family was present. “We immediately called his wife and requested her to come. He had a discussion with his wife and still refused medical treatment,” he added.
The official said allegations of Saibaba falling unconscious are also false. “He has not been unconscious even once,” Desai said.
Several activists, as well as his wife, have been petitioning the government to move the professor to Hyderabad citing his deteriorating medical condition. Desai said the request was not permissible as per central government guidelines as well as state rules because Saibaba has filed an appeal against his conviction in Maharashtra and it is still pending.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

PCI (Maoist) the most large maoist Communist Party in the world changes his leadership for a new advancement of the most great people's war in the world today-

the support of people's war in India is  a strategic task of the true parties and organisations marxist-leninist-maoist in the world 

8th december a meeting in Italy Milan for a new international plan of support




CPI The Communist Party of India (Maoist) has appointed Nambala Keshav Rao – the leader of its Central Military Commission who is known by the nom de guerre Basavraju – as its next leader, the partyʹs Central Committee said in a statement dated November 10 and signed by its spokesperson Abhay.


50th May/June rebellion in France - 1968/1969 in Italy - the rebel mouvements in others imperialist countries, their lessons are the 'maoist road' in the imperialist countries also today!



soutien aux antifa in Suede - maoistroad



Le réseau fasciste Nordisk ungdom (Jeunesse Nordique) avait appelé vendredi ses partisans pour qu’ils se rassemblent à Stockholm et se rendent à la statue du roi Charles XII dans le parc Kungsträdgården, au centre-ville. L’événement devait marquer le 300e anniversaire de la mort de Charles XII, célébrée généralement par les nationalistes et les néo-nazis en Suède. Plusieurs affrontements ont éclaté entre les fascistes et des contre-manifestants antifas. Deux personnes ont été arrêtées.
Incidents vendredi à Stockholm

Italy - 8 december a meeting for the organisation of a true mass mouvement for the freedom of Saibaba and all political prisoners in India against fascism indutva Modi's regime supported by the imperialism


info ICSPWI csgpindia@gmail.com




France - les etudiants en luttes ne sont pas Gilets Jaunes - seulment l'unitè etudiants -ouvrieres peut bouleverser les gouvernments de la bourgeoisie et ouvrir la route à la revolution proletarienne - le mai/juin 68 nous l'a montrèe! Maoistroad



L'immagine può contenere: una o più persone e testo

France : Une centaine de garde à vue suite au mouvement lycéen

Les mots d’ordre des syndicats lycéens concernent les réformes du bac et du lycée, la plateforme d’accès aux études supérieures Parcoursup et la création du service national universel (SNU), qu’ils contestent. Jusqu’à présent, les appels à mobiliser n’avaient rencontré que peu d’échos, mais le mouvement a pris de l’ampleur lundi, porté par la mobilisation des "gilets jaunes". Environ 200 lycées ont été à nouveau bloqués mardi.
Dans le Val-d’Oise, 97 personnes ont été placées en garde à vue mardi après des heurts à proximité de quinze lycées. À Enghien-les-Bains, un lycée a été victime d’une "tentative d’incendie" lors d’une manifestation qui a rassemblé quelque 200 jeunes, certains cagoulés. Trois policiers ont été blessés. Des incidents ont une nouvelle fois éclaté à Aubervilliers. Une centaine d’élèves étaient aussi rassemblés à Saint-Ouen, où une voiture a été incendiée.
A Cachan, une voiture a été incendiée et la police a fait usage de gaz lacrymogène sur les lycéens. En Essonne, sept jeunes ont été interpellés après des blocages devant des lycées. A Ris-Orangis, des jeunes ont mis le feu à des barrages de palettes et caillassé les forces de l’ordre. A Bondoufle, deux gendarmes ont été légèrement blessés dans des affrontements.
Près de 200 lycées (sur 4000) étaient bloqués hier mardi Près de 200 lycées (sur 4000) étaient bloqués