Thursday, June 28, 2007
Around 5:30 p.m. on monday, the students were attacked by a group of CPI-M activists when they were seen taking measurement near the proposed thermal power super-project at Srikhand village.One of them is in a critical condition with severe head injuries
Statesman News Service
DURGAPUR, June 26: Three of the five students of United Students Democratic Front who were detained by Katwa police last evening were released after preliminary questioning. Though Lokeshweri Dasgupta, second year history student at Jadavpur University, Priyonkar Dey of JU and Supriyo Sur of Presidency College were released, Jaladhar Mahato was arrested for his suspected links with Maoists.
Police said that Jaladhar might have links with the Lalgarh squad of the Maoists in West Midnapore and his name had figured during investigations following two Maoist strikes in Belpahari in 2005. The other three students were released after police did not find any links with them and the Maoists. However, police are yet to question Ashim as his condition is not stable and is currently admitted at a local hospital with critical head injuries. All the five were taken to the Katwa police station yesterday following a squabble at a village about six km from Katwa town.
Around 5:30 p.m. yesterday, the students were attacked by a group of CPI-M activists when they were seen taking measurement near the proposed thermal power super-project at Srikhand village.One of them is in a critical condition with severe head injuriest
Sunday, June 24, 2007
Perhaps you all remember of the gruesome murder and probable rape(before that) of Tapashi Malik in singur.
She was brutally burnt alive when she went to the fields to answer the call of nature.
Her father is an agricultural labourer and she was very active in the Krishi Jomi Raksha Committee(land protection committee) of Singur, which was and still is fighting against the forced grabbing of land by the CPM led Left Front govt. of West Bengal.
It was alleged at that time that she was brutally raped and then burnt alive by CPM goons and police inside the fenced land that was grabbed by the Govt. for the Tata motors Plant.
Lower part of her body was burnt very severely(probably to destroy the evidence of rape).
Bourgeois media in West Bengal tried to save the CPM by claiming that it was a suicide and in this way insulting the great martyr.
How ever under tremendous public pressure, the West Bengal Govbt. was forced to order a CBI inquiry .
CBI took a localCPM leader Debu Malik to Delhi for Narco analysis test yesterday.
Debu Malik , in the narco analysis test , cofessed to killing Tapashi Malik.
CBI has arrested him and a team is coming to Singur to arrest his other accomplices.
With this confession the brutal inhuman terrorist character of the Social Fascist character of the CPM has been exposed again.
Now it is the job of the great revolutionary people of West Bengal to rise to the occasion and put up a strong resistance against the bloody murderous regime of CPM in West Bengal.
Thursday, June 21, 2007
They even started a so-called training programme for the unemployed youth of singur in four ITIs near singur.
Although most of the peasants of Singur did not fall in this trap laid by the CPM and continued their heroic resistance against this illegal and immoral land grab.But some of young lads of Singur were carried away by the blatant lies of CPM that all landless peasants will surely get a job, and they joined the training programme.
But now , a few days back Nirupam Sen, the industry minister of West Bengal has announced a package for singur peasants where he has said that among the unemployed youth who are receiving the training,only those who "QUALIFY" will get a job.
This is an extremely ambiguous comment as he has not set any bench mark for his so-called qualification.
This is nothing but a total back track maneuver from the earlier Govt. stand that each and everybody receiving training will get a job.
Students receiving the training have come to know that only those students getting more than 90% marks at the end of the training will get a job.
I wonder that whether there is any training programme in the whole world, where the pass marks is 90%
This clearly proves that the CPM govt. at that time lied to the people of singur to mislead them and grab their land.
This is the real face of the Pseudo-leftist anti-people regime of CPM , which based on blatant Lies, utter hypocrisy and limitless terror.
But the students are not taking this lying low.
450 students taking this training have started an indefinite boycott of classes demanding that the Govt. should give them a written assurance that every person receiving this training should be guaranteed a job in the factory.
But the response from the govt. has been cold so far, to say the least.
The students of the four ITI s have threatened further intensification of their movement if the govt. does not meet their demands.
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
From 1976 , after the death of Comrade Mao-Tse-Tung, the great leader of the proletariat, the revisionist regime of Deng Jiao ping has embarked on a mission to re-establish the barbaric social order of Capitalism.
In the last few years they have started selling the resources and wealth of China to the western imperialists.
The great people of china, the workers and peasants have stood up in strong resistance against these bourgeois atrocities.
People in the south-western city of Chongqing fought riot police after a flower-seller was attacked by a policeman.
The rioting took place last weekend. It is currently unclear why the policeman attacked Mr Changming, but he was apparently hospitalised after being beaten with a shovel. His wife brother-in-law and son were also injured.
Rioting broke out shortly afterwards, with angry people surrounding police cars. Violent clashes broke out between roughly 1000 people and 100 riot police. In the course of eight hours of fighting two police cars were destroyed and 10 people were injured, four seriously.
Another flower-seller was beaten by city inspectors in Zhengzhou last week, this also lead to rioting with thousands facing up to riot police. This incident has reportedly led to the disciplining of several police officers and party officials.
Chongqing is the world's fastest growing conurbation and has been the site of violence before. In November 2005, police put 20 strikers in hospital while breaking up protest against lay-offs by 10,000 workers from a state steel factory. In 2004 there was massive rioting after massive job losses were caused by the Three Gorges dam project. Entire districts of the city were closed and moved with at least 47,000 jobs lost as a direct result.
Sunday, June 10, 2007
But a few so called intellectuals of bengal have been licking the feets of their master Buddhadev Bhattacharya for getting different economic and administrative favours.
Following is a list of those hypocrite intellectuals.
PLEASE BOYCOTT THESE INTELLECTUALS!
These are the supporters of the Killer Buddha. Please expose and black list these hypocrite intellectuals who still support directly or indirectly the Hitler Buddha and his Left Front Government even after infernal Mass-killings in Nandigram. PLEASE BOYCOTT THESE INTELLECTUALS FOR THE SAKE OF HUMANITY. PLEASE WIDELY CIRCULATE THIS MESSAGE. BUT IT’S AN INCOMPLETE LIST; ALL OF YOU ARE REQUESTED TO UPDATE IT.
Writers, Poets and Journalists: 1) Debesh Roy 2) Sunil Gangopadhyaya 3) Nirendranath Chakraborty 4) Subodh Sarkar 5) Mallika Sengupta 6) Buddhadeb Guha 7) Joydeb Basu 8) Amitabha Dasgupta 9) Amitabha Choudhury 10) Prachet Gupta 11) Ajijul Haque 12) Baharuddin 13) Dibyendu Palit 14)Debabrata Raptan 15) Suchitra Bhattacharya 16) Bani Basu 17) Saiyad Mustafa Siraj 18) Mohit Chattopadhyay 19) Krishna Dhar 20) Pabitra Sarkar 21) Dr. Sanat Kumar Mitra and Dr. Kshetra Gupta (Loksamaskrtit Gabeshana)
Actors and Actresses (Film and theater) and TV personalities: 1) Soumitra Chattopadhyay 2) Sabitri Chattopadhyay 3) Dilip Roy 4) Sabyasachi Chakraborty 5) Usha Ganguly 6) Chinmoy Roy 7) Shankar Chakraborty 8) Chandan Sen (junior) 9) Nilkantha Sengupta 10) Barry O Brien (quiz master) 11) Jagannath Basu 12) Urmimala Basu 13) Lily Chakraborty 14) Dipankar Dey 15) Jit 16) Swastika Mukherjee 17) Kanchan Mallick 18) Ushasi Chakraborty 19) Gita Dey
Film makers: 1) Mrinal Sen 2) Raja Sen 3) Anindita Sarbadhikary 4) Subrata Sen 5) Soumitra Dastidar
Singers: 1) Amar Paul 2) Haimanti Shukla 3) Indranil Sen 4) Utpalendu Choudhury 5) Subhendu Maity 6) Anushila Basu 7) Bangla band – Bhoomi, Cactus and Prithibi 8) Usha Uthhup 9) Shrikanta Acharya 10) Sudhin Sarkar 11)Shibaji Chattopadhyay 12) Kaji Kamal Naser 13) Saikat Mitra 14) Swapan Basu
Sports persons: 1) P. K. Banerjee 2) Sambaran Banerjee 3) Surajit Sengupta
Scientists: Saroj Ghosh
Magician:1) P. C. Sorkar Junior
A peal of spring thunder has crashed over the land of India. Revolutionary peasants in the Darjeeling area have risen in rebellion. Under the leadership of a revolutionary group of the Indian Communist Party, a red area of rural revolutionary armed struggle has been established in India. This is a development of tremendous significance for the Indian people’s revolutionary struggle.
In the past few months, the peasant masses in this area, led by the revolutionary group of the Indian Communist Party, have thrown off the shackles of modern revisionism and smashed the trammels that bound them. They have seized grain, land and weapons from the landlords and plantation owners, punished the local tyrants and wicked gentry, and ambushed the reactionary troops and police that went to suppress them thus demonstrating the enormous might of the peasants’ revolutionary armed struggle. All imperialists, revisionists, corrupt officials, local tyrants and wicked gentry, and reactionary army and police are nothing in the eyes of the revolutionary peasants who are determined to strike them down to the dust. The absolutely correct thing has been done by the revolutionary group of the Indian Communist Party and they have done it well. The Chinese people joyfully applaud this revolutionary storm of the Indian peasants in the Darjeeling area as do all Marxist-Leninists and revolutionary people of the whole world.
It is an inevitability that the Indian peasants will rebel and the Indian people will make revolution because the reactionary Congress rule has left them with no alternative. India under Congress rule is only nominally independent; in fact, it is nothing more than a semi-colonial, semi-feudal country. The Congress administration represents the interests of the Indian feudal princes, big landlords and bureaucrat-comprador capitalists. Internally, it oppresses the Indian people without any mercy and suck their blood, while internationally it serves the new boss, U.S. imperialism, and its number one accomplice, the Soviet revisionist ruling clique, in addition to its old suzerain British Imperialism, thus selling out the national interests of India in a big way. So imperialism, Soviet revisionism, feudalism and bureaucrat-comprador capitalism weigh like big mountains on the backs of the Indian people, especially on the toiling masses of workers and peasants.
The Congress administration has intensified its suppression and exploitation of the Indian people and pursued a policy of national betrayal during the past few years. Famine has stalked the land year after year. The fields are strewn with the bodies of those who have died of hunger and starvation. The Indian people, above all, the Indian peasants, have found life impossible for them. The revolutionary peasants in the Darjeeling area have now risen in rebellion, in violent revolution. This is the prelude to a violent revolution by the hundreds of millions of people throughout India. The Indian people will certainly cast away these big mountains off their backs and win complete emancipation. This is the general trend of Indian history which no force on earth can check or hinder.
What road is to be followed by the Indian revolution? This is a fundamental question affecting the success of the Indian revolution and the destiny of the 500 million Indian people. The Indian revolution must take the road of relying on the peasants, establishing base areas in the countryside, persisting in protracted armed struggle and using the countryside to encircle and finally capture the cities. This is Mao Tse-tung’s road, the road that has led the Chinese revolution to victory, and the only road to victory for the revolutions of all oppressed nations and peoples.
Our great leader, Chairman Mao Tse-tung, pointed out as long as 40 years ago: “In China’s central, southern and northern provinces, several hundred million peasants will rise like a mighty storm, like a hurricane, a force so swift and violent that no power, however great, will be able to hold it back. They will smash all the trammels that bind them and rush forward along the road to liberation. They will sweep all the imperialists, warlords, corrupt officials, local tyrants and evil gentry into their graves.”
Chairman Mao explicitly pointed out long ago that the peasant question occupies an extremely important place in the people’s revolution. The peasants constitute the main force in the national-democratic revolution against imperialism and its lackeys; they are most reliable and numerous allies of the proletariat. India is a vast semi-colonial and semi-feudal country with a population of 500 million, the absolute majority of which, the peasantry, once aroused, will become the invincible force of the Indian revolution. By integrating itself with peasants, the Indian proletariat will be able to bring about earth-shaking changes in the vast countryside of India and defeat any powerful enemy in a soul-stirring people’s war.
Our great leader, Chairman Mao, teaches us: “The seizure of power by armed force, the settlement of the issue by war, is the central task and the highest form of revolution. This Marxist-Leninist principle of revolution holds good universally, for China and for all other countries.”
The specific nature of the Indian revolution, like that of the Chinese revolution, is armed revolution fighting against armed counter-revolution; Armed struggle is the only correct road for the Indian revolution; there is no other road whatsoever. Such trash as “Gandhi-ism”, “parliamentary road” and the like are opium used by the Indian ruling classes to paralyse the Indian people. Only by relying on violent revolution and taking the road of armed struggle can India be saved and the Indian people achieve complete liberation. Specifically, this is to arouse the peasant masses boldly, build up and expand the revolutionary armed forces, deal blows at the armed suppression of the imperialists and reactionaries, who are temporarily stronger than the revolutionary forces, by using the whole set of the flexible strategy and tactics of people’s war personally worked out by Chairman Mao, and to persist in protracted armed struggle and seize victory of the revolution step by step.
In the light of the characteristics of the Chinese revolution, our great leader, Chairman Mao, has pointed out the importance of establishing revolutionary rural base areas. Chairman Mao teaches us: In order to persist in protracted armed struggle and defeat imperialism and its lackeys, “it is imperative for the revolutionary ranks to turn the backward villages into advanced, consolidated base areas, into great military, political, economic and cultural bastions of the revolution from which to fight their vicious enemies who are using the cities for attacks on the rural districts, and in this way gradually to achieve the complete victory of the revolution through protracted fighting.”
India is country with vast territory; its countryside, where the reactionary rule is weak, provides the broad areas in which the revolutionaries can manoeuvre freely. So long as the Indian proletarian revolutionaries adhere to the revolutionary line of Marxism-Leninism, Mao Tse-tung’s Thought and rely on their great ally, the peasants, it is entirely possible for them to establish one advanced revolutionary rural base area after another in the broad backward rural areas and build a people’s army of a new type. Whatever difficulties and twists and turns the Indian revolutionaries may experience in the course of building such revolutionary base areas, they will eventually develop such areas from isolated points into a vast expanse, from small areas into extensive ones, an expansion in a series of waves. Thus, a situation in which the cities are encircled from the countryside will gradually be brought about in the Indian revolution to pave the way for the final seizure of towns and cities and winning nation-wide victory.
The Indian reactionaries are panic-stricken by the development of the rural armed struggle in Darjeeling. They have sensed imminent disaster and they wail in alarm that the peasants’ revolt in Darjeeling will “become a national disaster.” Imperialism and the Indian reactionaries are trying in a thousand and one ways to suppress this armed struggle of the Darjeeling peasants and nip it in the bud. The Dange renegade clique and revisionist chieftains of the Indian Communist Party are vigorously slandering and attacking the revolutionaries in the Indian Communist Party and the revolutionary peasants in Darjeeling for their great exploits. The so-called “non-Congress” government in West Bengal openly sides with the reactionary Indian Government in its bloody suppression of the revolutionary peasants in Darjeeling. This gives added proof that these renegades and revisionists are running dogs of U.S. imperialism and Soviet revisionism and lackeys of the big Indian landlords and bourgeoisie. What they call the “Non-Congress government” is only a tool of the landlords and bourgeoisie.
But no matter how well the imperialists, Indian reactionaries and the modern revisionists may cooperate in their sabotage and suppression, the torch of armed struggle lighted by the revolutionaries in the Indian Communist Party and the revolutionary peasants in Darjeeling will not be put out. “A single spark can start a prairie fire”.
The spark in Darjeeling will start a prairie fire and will certainly set the vast expanses of India ablaze. That a great storm of revolutionary armed struggle will eventually sweep across the length and breadth of India is certain. Although the course of the Indian revolutionary struggle will be long and tortuous, the Indian revolution, guided by great Marxism-Leninism, Mao Tse-tung’s Thought, will surely triumph.