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Interview with “India Vermella” / Entrevista a India Vermella. (Galiza)

Interview with “India Vermella” / Entrevista a India Vermella. (Galiza)

[http://maoistroad.blogspot.com/2017/10/interview-with-india-vermella.html]

Interview with “India Vermella”

From Oscar-elbloquedeleste:

  1. What is “India Vermella”?
    India Vermella is the information space of the Galician Committee of Support to Popular War in India. From the same we try to reach our readers the reality of the revolutionary struggle that heads the PCI (Maoist).2. Why your solidarity with the Naxalite revolution?
    Well, the Revolution in India is a prominent part of the World Proletarian Revolution that has persisted in the path of prolonged People’s War drawn by Comrade Charu Mazundar applying Marxism-Leninism-Maoism. This makes it, for the communists, an obligation to sustain and support their struggle.

“Spring thunder” as I call it “Radio Pekin” roared throughout the Indian subcontinent breaking with the revisionist talk of peaceful coexistence that the traitors advocated to Leninism. Naxalbari is the direct heir of the path laid out by the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution led by Chairman Mao. Today it remains a clear line that separates the real communists from the opportunists, however much they hide behind false red flags. In the Spanish State we have an example of the so-called Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain whose radical words can not hide their support for the reactionary government of Modi against the Maoists.

3. On the part of the Maoists, in the Mov. Communist international, is there solidarity with the Naxalites?
Yes, for many years. Indian communists have actively participated in international organizations such as the late Internationalist Revolutionary Movement (RIM/MRI), including the Indian Communist Party ML (Naxalbari), now part of the Communist Party of India (Maoist). The latter participating Party is a founding member of the Coordinating Committee of Maoist organizations in South Asia.

4. What is your work in Galicia?

Well, it is fundamentally propaganda and supportive of the Revolution as well as the denunciation of the situation of political prisoners and prisoners of war in India, as is the case of Comrade Ajith, that of Comrade Kobad Gandhy or as the case of university professor GN Saibaba, that thanks to our work we have led to the European Parliament itself.


  1. Are you also in solidarity with the PCF and the revolution of the Philippines?

    Yes of course. The people’s war in the Philippines is also the result of the rupture with revisionism and its reformist policies outlined by the GRCP since 1966. Comrade Sison has persisted in this path, even facing the pressures of the imperialists and their lackeys as Duterte to end the people’s war.

The capitulatory line, driven by some in front organizations, has been swept away by the facts and by the determined support of the oppressed masses to the PC of the Philippines and to the New People’s Army.

6. Are you celebrating the 50th anniversary of the uprising in Naxalbari? How would you rate the theoretical and practical work of the Naxalites during these 50 years?
Well, as you can see, these 50 years are full of great teachings, successes and defeats, painful assassinations of leaders like Comrade Charu Mazumdar, Azad, Kishenyi or recently the murders of Comrade Shruthi and Comrade Manikanti. In these 50 years the enemy has often clucked victory, but all this has only reinforced the path of Naxalbari.
The party, the CPI, founded by Comrade Mazumdar, fell to the death of the latter in the hands of liquidators but its revolutionary line remained in others that gave rise to new organizations that held high the great red flag of Naxalbari. Organizations that gave rise to the current Communist Party of India (Maoist) under the right direction of Comrade Ghanapati.

Naxalbari which encompasses the disinherited and oppressed masses of the countryside and the city. We are talking about millions of men, women and children and of vast territories in a “red corridor” that does not stop growing, because the people’s war is the war of the masses, as President Mao pointed out, and the comrades of India have firmly grasped this beginning of the mass line in the war.

There are ample bases of support in which the masses are the ones that they command through the popular committees, organizing the production, the education, the sanity or the popular justice.

7. Have there been more “green hunt” in India?

In these 50 years repression has been a constant, both by rightist and left-wing revisionist regimes, such as the so-called (Marxist) Communist Party of India. Hundreds of siege and annihilation operations have tried unsuccessfully to extinguish the spark they set in a village of Dajerleen.

The genocidal Green Hunt operation is characterized by a genocidal systematic of the State of the Union to face “the greatest threat” to its democracy, the application of new technologies and that it tries to definitively take away the lands of the adivasis to give them to foreign companies, mainly mining.

8. Is the Naxalite revolution based solely on the peasantry or also about the workers?
India is a large sub-continent and its states and regions are diverse. Center of many contradictions. The main force of the popular masses in the New-Democracy revolution is the peasantry and the proletarian force and the revolutionary intellectuals, fused in a solid block, the Party.
Cities are usually centers of power of the old state as well as where they maintain hegemony over the oppressed masses. This does not prevent revolutionaries from being present in the workers ‘and students’ movement.

9. Who is Dr. SaiBaba?

Professor GN Saibaba is a well-known Maoist intellectual, who was arrested on false charges of belonging to the clandestine PCI (Maoist).

Its persecution by the old state has aroused multiple protests added to the fact of its condition of handicapped (is in a wheelchair) which violates the minima rights of the political prisoners.


  1. What is the current situation of the PCI (Maoist) and its guerrilla PLGA?

    The PCI (Maoist) has been strengthened and united around the long line of popular war, striking not only the repressive forces but also and main to the Brahmanic semi-feudal power.

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India – Condemn Malkangiri encounters!

India – Condemn Malkangiri encounters! Halt the war on our own citizens! – PUCL

Press Statement

Condemn Malkangiri encounters! Halt the war on our own citizens!

PUCL expresses its strongest sense of outrage and condemnation for the killing of about 39 members of the CPI (Maoist) party and other Adivasis near Balimela reservoir in Malkangiri district of Odisha close to the Odisha – AP border on 24th October, 2016.  Though the police claim that the killings were a result of a sudden encounter and resultant fire-fight, all the available circumstantial information indicates that there is sufficient ground to disbelieve the story put forth by the police and Government. All the tell tale signs of a false encounter killing lend weight to the allegation that many of the killed Maoist leaders were actually apprehended previously, shot in cold blood and a fake encounter episode fabricated to explain the killing of all persons allegedly involved. Torture marks are also said to have been seen on the bodies of those killed.

This incident raises yet again substantiates very worrying trends noticed in the response of security forces in conflict areas:

  1. Politics of annihilation, capturing no militants: Subversion of Criminal Justice System

A noticeable feature of this encounter killing, as in many other recent killings, is that the security forces end up eliminating or killing all members of the alleged militant group claiming that there was no alternative. Such practice of eliminating all militants is resorted to leave no eye witnesses to the fake encounter alive. This unbridled power exercised by the security forces with the connivance / complicity of the State or Government has substantially criminalised the security forces dealing a death blow to the rule of law and criminal justice system.

  1. Police Impunity, lack of accountability of security forces and Complicity of State – Failure of Constitutional governance:

The Malkangiri killings  once again strongly points out to the sense of impunity and the lack of accountability with which the security forces operate in the country. Very disturbing is the role of the State or Government in ensuring strict compliance with the Indian constitution on the part of the security forces lending weight to the allegation that they are complicit with the subversion of rule of law and constitutional governance.

            The latest proof of state complicity in lawlessness of security forces and the false staging of encounters and actual commission of violence against uninvolved villagers came in the Supreme Court when in October, 2016, the CBI filed a chargesheet in  the Tadmetla arson case (of 2011 in Chhattisgarh) implicating 323 Special Police Officers (SPOs) / Policemen as well as 114 personnel of COBRA and 30 personnel of CRPF as having participated in operations in Morpalli, Tadmetla and Timapuram villages of Chhattisgarh resulting in the killing of 3 men, rape of 3 women and burning down of over 250 houses between 11th to 16th March, 20111 and attack of Swami Agnivesh when he went to deliver relief supplies on 26th March, 2011.   The police and Chhattisgarh government had in 2011 strongly refuted involvement of security forces in violence on villagers and instead continuously alleged that it was the Maoists and villagers themselves who had burnt down the houses.

The truth has been exposed now thanks to the independent investigation by the CBI having been ordered by the Supreme Court of India into the Tadmetla incidents. It will be useful to note that the CBI investigating team itself met serious threats and intimidation from the state police while completing investigations.

PUCL demands that the guidelines given by the Supreme Court in `People’s Union for Civil Liberties vs State of Maharashtra’ case (2014) should be enforced without exception. The mandate of law requires that in every instance of encounter killings a FIR has to be registered and investigated by independent police agency.

 Considering that the Special Police forces of the 2 states, Odisha and AP,  have been involved in the alleged encounters and the continuing allegation that the state governments in both states have supported and ensured impunity and immunity enjoyed by the police from investigation, there are enough grounds to feel that independent, impartial and credible investigation cannot be done by the police forces themselves into the encounters.

PUCL therefore demands:

(i)    that a Judicial enquiry be initiated headed by a sitting Supreme Court or High Court judge into the killings so that the truth of the killings can be brought to light.

(ii)  A FIR should be registered into the encounter killings, providing the names of all security personnel involved, as required by the SC judgment in PUCL Case 2014.

(iii)         The Government of AP and the AP State Police should comply with the Orders passed by the AP High Court on 31st October, 2016, to immediately produce before the Court,  Ramakrishna @ Akkiraju Hargopal @ AK, Gaajarla Ravi and 9 others who are supposed to be in the custody of the AP Police since the 24th October incident and ensure that their personal safety, life and well being are protected.

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Prof. Prabhakar Sinha                                                           Dr. V. Suresh,

National President, PUCL                                         National General Secretary, PUCL

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Dr. V. Suresh,

National General Secretary, PUCL – People’s Union for Civil Liberties,

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