Sunday, October 30, 2016

India - CPI (Maoist) calls for bandh in 5 states on November 3harashtra on November 3

to protest against Malkangiri encounter
 CPI (maoist)  The banned CPI (Maoist) has called for bandh in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra on November 3 to protest against the Malkangiri encounter in which 30 Maoists were killed.  Protesting against the recent Malkangiri encounter, which the joint team of Andhra Pradesh’s elite anti-Maoist force Greyhound and Odisha police carried out eliminating 30 Left wing extremists including several senior leaders, the banned CPI (Maoist) has called for bandh in five states on November 3.  In a statement issued by Maoist’s Central Committee, Pratap, a self-styled spokesperson, has given the bandh call in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra.  RED REBELS SUFFERED DAMAGE IN ENCOUNTER  In the statement, Pratap confirmed that the red rebels had suffered huge damage after the massive encounter in the deep forests of the Andhra-Odisha border.  The banned organisation also alleged that PM Modi led-central government, along with Odisha and Andhra Pradesh governments, were favouring Bauxite mining in the tribal area against the will of the locals.  CPI-M SECRETARY RELEASED AUDIO TAPE  Yesterday, CPI (Maoist) East Division Committee secretary Kailash had released an audio tape holding the Chief Ministers of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh responsible for the encounter.  The early Monday morning encounter completely wiped out the top Maoist leadership in the strategically-important Andhra-Odisha Special Zonal Committee of the banned organisation.  The joint operation carried out by the Andhra Pradesh’s elite anti-Maoist force Greyhound and Odisha Police killed 30 Maoists, including east division secretary Appa Rao alias Chalapathi, his wife and Maoist leader Aruna, the military head of the AOB zone, Gajarala Ashok alias Uday, the son of central committee member Ramakrishna alias RK identified as Munna

       CPI(Maoist) releases audio tape, alleges RK in police custody

Malkangiri/ Visakhapatnam: Holding the Odisha and Andhra Pradesh Chief Ministers responsible for the encounter in Bejing forest under Panasput grampanchyat of Malkangiri district on October 24 causing the death of 27 Maoists, the secretary of CPI (Maoist) East Division Committee Kailash today said the security personnel have taken top naxal leader G Ramakrishna alias RK in their custody.
In an audio tape released by the Maoist leader, Kailash said the State government is undertaking the ‘Operation Green Hunt’ in the area with an aim to resume mining operations to safeguard the interests of industrialists.
He threatened the SPs of Malkangiri and Visakhapatnam Rural will face dire consequences for launching the recent encounter.
Mentioning some members of the Maoist organisation were caught by police personnel during the encounter, Kailash demanded immediate deposition of the arrested naxals before a court.
He emphatically added in the audio tape moral of naxals is still high despite the death of the top Maoist leaders in the encounter.
In a related development, a rally was organised by Maoist supporters in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh yesterday protesting against the joint operation of the Odisha and Andhra Pradesh Police in the Bejing forest of the cut-off area on October 24.
The supporters carried the body of Maoist woman leader Mamata and shouted slogans favouring the red rebels while holding banners and posters.

‘Produce Maoist leaders in court’

Hyderabad: Demanding that Maoist leaders including Ramakrishna be produced in court immediately and opposing  the allegedly ‘fake encounter’ that took place on the Andhra-Odisha border, revolutionary writer Varavara Rao along with members of civil society organisations staged a dharna in front of NTR Trust Bhavan late on Thursday evening.
Tension prevailed near TDP office for about two hours as the activists resorted to slogan-shouting and blocking of traffic. When the police intervened and tried to arrest them, they resorted to pelting of stones at the TDP office. The police who were present in large numbers resorted to lathi charge and later arrested them.
Speaking to the media, Varavara Rao said he had credible  information that some important Maoist leaders including Rama  Krishna popularly known as RK and Gajarla Ravi, secretary of the Andhra-Odisha Border (AoB) area were taken into police custody immediately after the alleged  encounter at Andhra – Orissa Boarder (AoB) in which more than 20 extremists were killed recently.
He questioned the government for not producing them before the Courts. Varavara Rao said that they did not believe the statement of Visakhapatnam Rural SP Rahul Dev Sarma who had said that no Maoist leader was in police custody.
Addressing the protesters, Varavara Rao warned that the TDP government would be held responsible if any harm was done to RK and his associates. He lashed out at the AP government for resorting to fake encounters on the pretext of combing operations in the forests areas.  He demanded that the government make public the post- mortem  reports of the slain Maoists.

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