Saturday, October 10, 2009



On 03-10-2009 the “Ananda Bazar Patrika” a widely circulated Bengali daily in West Bengal has published in details a telephonic interview of one of the top Maoist leaders Koteswara Rao @ Kishenji. In the interview he has said that Mamata Banerjee is the fittest person to become the next Chief Minister of Bengal. So his organization wants to see her reaching the position and he also advised her to snap her ties with the Congress. He supported all the decisions and activities of TMC and at the same time opined that Mamata Banerjee and her party alone is enough to gain majority in the next assembly elections to be held in 2011. He has also advised her in details how to act after becoming the Chief Minister.

There is no denying that Mamata’s affectionate relations with Maoists are a ground reality and an open secret in the politics of West Bengal. The Maoists have time and again admitted in various documents published from time to time that their armed cadres are with Mamata Banerjee at Nandigram, Singur, Lalgarh, Jangalmahal, Keshpur, Garbeta and other places. They consider her as their most trusted ally and as the only alternative to the Left Front Government.

In this connection, it would not be out of place to mention that very recently Shri Ved Maroa, Chairman, Task Force relating to national security has submitted a detailed report to the Home Ministry alerting it about the large scale infiltration of Maoists in the Trinamool Congress. The infiltration is so much that now Maoists want Mamata Banerjee as the next Chief Minister of Bengal so that they can infiltrate into the administration.
As a matter of fact, the Maoists believe in the 'annihilation of class enemies' and in extreme violence as a means to secure organizational goals. It has affirmed its commitment to the classical Maoist strategy of 'protracted armed struggle' which defines its objectives not in terms of the seizure of lands, crops, or other immediate goals, but the seizure of power. Within this perspective, participation in elections and engagement with the prevailing 'bourgeois democracy' are rejected, and all efforts and attention is firmly focused on 'revolutionary activities' to undermine the state and seize power.

Dr. Manmohan Singh considers the Maoists as the single largest threat to the international security of the country.

The terrorist organization has already created a reign of terror in various parts of the country. Thousands of people and police personnel have already been butchered by it. Hundreds of bridges, railway stations, schools, mobile towers and other national properties have been blown. It has been able to create a large quantum of free zone with the help of antinational terrorist outfits supported, financed and guides by inimical countries and forces across the border.

Considering large scale terrorist antinational activities this organization has already been banned by the Central Government. But it is surprising to see that one of the important Central Cabinet Ministers and six other Ministers of the State belonging to TMC are actively and directly hand in gloves with this outlawed organization. Mamata Banerjee holds one hand to Dr. Manmohan Singh and the other to the Maoists. Her political platforms and various official railway functions are shared by well known Maoist-Naxalite terrorists, and pro-Maoist intellectuals. This has been sending wrong signals not only to the people of this nation but also abroad.

With the arrest of dreaded Maoist terrorist Chatradhar Mahato from Lalgarh, more and more startling and shocking disclosures about the unholy alliance of Mamata Banerjee with Maoists are coming to light.

The people of the country are very much confused and aggrieved over this alliance and hobnobbing of Mamata Banerjee with a banned terrorist organization. Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, Chairperson of UPA, Dr. Manmohan Singh and Shri P. Chidambaram should, therefore, clarify in details the whole matter and their stand to the nation immediately.

Friday, October 9, 2009


Most of the people so far butchered by TMC-Maoists at Lalgarh and other places are poor tribals mostly belonging to CPI (M). The society demands timely disposal of the dead body of even a creature. But the entire world witnessed with horror how the dead bodies of 4 poor tribal CPI (M) cadres butchered by Maoist-TMC-Congress-SUCI Alliance were kept in open for 5 days without disposal by the Maoist-TMC criminals at Lalgarh in West Bengal. Their relatives were neither allowed to come near nor touch the bodies. The Maoists and TMC workers danced and sang around the bodies in the same manner as is practiced by cannibals. Their brutality and inhumanity surpassed all limits of human tolerance and society.Thousands of CPI (M) cadres and their families have been evicted from their ancestral homes. Their houses have been torched by TMC-Maoist criminals and murderers. They have been rendered jobless in these hard days of existence. The families of the murdered persons and others have been thrown into the streets for starvation.

The so-called innocent and impartial Governor of West Bengal is silent over unprecedented slaughter of innocent people because he thinks that they are not human beings. His conscience wakes up suddenly as and when Mamata Banerjee, Maoists and perverted “so-called” intellectuals demand and desire. Shame on the Governor and the imperialist agents-turned-perverted intellectuals!

The sycophant spineless anti-Communist intellectuals are busy in receiving Free AC Railway Passes and other favours and gratis from imperialists, big business houses, Mamata Banerjee and landlords for their shameful and anti-national service.

The following is an incomplete list of poor tribals and minorities belonging to CPI (M) and other Leftist Parties butchered on and from 01-01-2001 by the “Rainbow Alliance” of Mamata Banerjee-Maoist-Congress-SUCI-Perverted-cum-Communist-Hater Intellectuals.

No. Name of the victim, Address of the victim, Date of murder1 Ramjan Mallik, Garbeta, Medinipur (W), 23-01-012 Tapan Ghosh, Garbeta, Medinipur (W), 08-04-013 Shibaram Satpathi, Sarenga, Bankura, 10-04-014 Sudhir Singh Sardar, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 28-11-015 Anil Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 04-02-026 Rampada Majhi, Ranibandh, Bankura, 11-02-027 Puntibala Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-028 Icchhamati Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-029 Priyanka Mahato (4yrs), Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-0210 Ajit Ghosh, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 09-07-0211 Golap Mallik, Garbeta, Medinipur (W), 24-04-0312 Baridbaran Mondal, Banspahari, Medinipur (W) 21-10-0313 Asit Santra, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 02-03-0414 Mahendra Mahato, Bandowan, Purulia, 09-07-0515 Raghunath Murumu, Barikul, Bankura, 09-07-0516 Bablu Mudi, Barikul, Bankura, 09-07-0517 Rabindranath Kar, Bandowan, Bankura, 30-12-0518 Anandamayi Kar, Bandowan, Bankura, 30-12-0519 Kartik Singh, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 04-03-0620 Gatilal Tudu, Barikul, Bankura, 04-03-0621 Gumai Murmu, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 08-03-0622 Jaladhar Mahato, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 08-03-0623 Rabi Das, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 14-06-0624 Snehashis Das, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 26-05-0625 Uttam Sardar, Chandpur, Nadia, 19-06-0626 Swapan Sardar, Chandpur, Nadia, 19-06-0627 Anil Mahato, Shilda, Medinipur (W), 19-09-0628 Dinesh Baske, Shilda, Medinipur (W), 19-09-0929 Pailaram Tudu, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 09-01-0730 Rampada Singh, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 30-03-0731 Parikshit Singh, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 30-03-0732 Manik Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 27-05-0733 Rohit Roy, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 10-07-0734 Bhagirath Karmakar, Barabazar, Purulia, 01-11-0735 Sufal Mandi, Purulia, Purulia, 20-11-0736 Govind Singh, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 06-12-0737 Sisir Chatterjee, Mangalkote, Burdwan, 01-01-0838 Pahalan Kumar, Balarampur, Purulia, 01-01-0839 Ramprasad Mondal, Chapra, Nadia, 02-01-0840 Mangal Mahato, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 15-02-0841 Karam Chand Singh, Belpahari, 22-02-0842 Subhash Mahato, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 29-02-0843 Budhadeb Pathak, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 09-03-0844 Mukul Tiwari, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-0845 Jugol Murmu, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-0846 Nabakumar Murmu, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-0847 Kshetrapal Majhi, Arsha, Purulia, 19-04-0848 Sridam Das, Khoirashole, Birbhum, 22-04-0849 Ganapati Bhadra, Bandowan, Purulia, 04-05-0850 Debraj Hembram, Balarampur, Purulia, 05-05-0851 Biswanath Mandi, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 15-06-0852 Niranjan Mondal, Nandigram, Medinipur (E), 06-08-0853 Dulal Garu Das, Garupara, Medinipur (E), 07-08-0854 Firoj Mondal, Chakdah, Nadia, 01-09-0855 Satyanarayan Ganguli, Dubrajpur, Birbhum, 05-09-0856 Sunil Halsana, Chakdah, Nadia, 16-09-0857 Mansoor Alam, Goalpokhar, Dinajpur (N), 17-09-0858 Nandalal Mistri, Rajnagar, Birbhum, 22-09-0859 Amar Ghugu, Patrasayar, Bankura, 04-10-0860 Prodyut Maiti (Naru), Khejuri, Midnapur (E), 10-10-0861 Mahidul Seikh, Harirampur, Dinajpur (S), 14-10-0862 Alauddin Molla, Haroa, 24, Parganas (N), 20-10-0863 Kutub Mondal, Galsi, Burdwan, 21-10-0864 Satyajit Mondal, Karanjora, Bankura, 22-10-0865 Debi Prasad Singh, Ausgram, Burdwan, 24-10-0866 Shankar Rauth, Canning, 24, Parganas (S), 27-10-0867 Indrajit Muda, Banspahari, Midnapur (W), 31-10-0868 Seikh Sanai, Khoirashole, Birbhum, 04-11-0869 Mrinal Sarkar, Nakasipara, Nadia, 05-11-0870 Namita Sarkar, Nakasipara, Nadia, 05-11-0871 Mazid Seikh, Baharampur, Murshidabad, 12-11-0872 Panu Bouri, Patrasayar, Bankura, 14-11-0873 Sheetkantha Mondal, Kandi, Murshidabad, 21-11-0874 Mostaque Ahmad, Bolepur, Birbhum, 21-11-0875 Qurban Seikh, Mayreswar, Birbhum, 11-12-0876 Gaja Mohammad, Islampur, Dinajpur (N), 13-12-0877 Uttam Roy, Jangipara, Hooghly, 16-12-0878 Arshad Ali, Dalkhola, Dinajpur (N), 23-12-0879 Dilip Manna, Purshura, Hooghly, 23-12-0880 Dasrathi Ghosh, Bhatar, Burdwan, 12-01-0981 Shamsur Alam Mallick, Indas, Bankura, 16-01-0982 Motibur Rahaman, Kushmundi, Dinajpur (S), 26-01-0983 Sujit Dasgupta, Dumdum, 24, Parganas (N), 27-01-0984 Sambhu Dasgupta, Dumdum, 24, Parganas (N), 27-01-0985 Nandalal Pal, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 01-02-0986 Haradhan Majhi, Balarampur, Purulia, 03-02-0987 Biswanath Digar, Ranibandh, Bankura, 08-02-0988 Sujit Ponda, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-02-0989 Nurul Islam Dewan, Raina, Burdwan, 22-02-0990 Jharna Mandi, Dhaniakhali, Hooghly, 26-02-0991 Sumana Mandi, Dhaniakhali, Hooghly, 26-02-0992 Tapas Mondal, Naihati, 24, Parganas (N), 03-03-0993 Saiyad Ali Bhuiyan, Jaipur,Bankura, 11-03-0994 Subol Kajli, Khejuri, Midnapur (E), 14-03-0995 Subodh Barik, Mugberia, Midnapur (E), 15-03-0996 Ansar Ali, Gangarampur, Dinajpur (S), 17-03-0997 Himadri Patra, Boga, Midnapur (E), 17-03-0998 Gopal Mondal, Beharampur, Murshidabad, 18-03-0999 Soharab Ali Dewan, Raina, Burdwan, 18-03-09100 Durga Deshwal, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 18-03-09101 Santosh Mahato, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 18-03-09102 Bijay Shaw, Titagarh, 24, Parganas (N), 18-03-09103 Kanai Kumar, Arsha, Purulia, 28-03-09104 Ganesh Das, Bhagwanpur, Midnapur (E), 28-03-09105 Ashim Mondal, Bahulabheda, Midnapur (W), 10-04-09106 Hambir Mandi, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 21-04-09107 Shakti Sen, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 21-04-09108 Gopinath Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 22-04-09109 Baikunth Mahato, Supurdihgram, Purulia, 23-04-09110 Bibhuti Singh Sardar, SD Gram, Purulia , 23-04-09111 Bhaben Dig, Haripal, Hooghly, 27-04-09112 Manowar Hossain Jamadar, Amta, Howrah, 07-05-09113 Kashinath Mondal, Jangipur, Murshidabad, 07-05-09114 Chandu Dolui, Bagnan, Howrah, 08-05-09115 Seikh Saidul, Bagnan, Howrah, 08-05-09116 Seikh Babua, Bagnan, Howrah, 08-05-09117 Seikh Aksar, Nandigram, Midnapur (E), 09-05-09118 Abdullah Khan, Nandigram, Midnapur (E), 09-05-09119 Mahiuddin Khan, Tamluk, Midnapur (E), 10-05-09120 Joynal Molla, Canning, 24, Parganas (S), 13-05-09121 Manu Singh, Bandowan, Purulia, 15-05-09122 Momtaj Seikh, Raninagar, Murshidabad, 16-05-09123 Arvind Mondal, Chari Antapur, Maldah, 17-05-09124 Bibek Barman, Goksadanga, Coochbihar, 19-05-09125 Kartik Mohaladar, Ratua, Maldah, 22-05-09126 Dinesh Mahato, Balarmpur, Purulia, 23-05-09127 Manoranjan Naskar, Bishnpur, 24, Pgs. (S), 23-05-09128 Santosh Barman, Nandigram, Midnapur (E), 25-05-09129 Bhondulal Munda, Jhalda, Purulia,, 25-05-09130 Apurba Ghosh, Krishnanagar, Nadia, 28-05-09131 Nuruddin Seikh, Rampurhat, Birbhum, 31-05-09132 Sayantika Rakhit, BN Nagar, Midnapur (E), 01-06-09133 Khalek Molla, Haroa, 24, Parganas (N), 02-06-09134 Dinesh Deb Singh, GR Pur, Dinajpur (S), 06-06-09135 Govind Samanta, Panshkura, Midnapur (E), 06-06-09136 Mamoni Kishku, Binpur, Midnapur (W), 06-06-09137 Kinkar Dolui, Panchla, Howrah, 08-06-09138 Salku Soren, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 11-06-09139 Sitabur Seikh, Lalgola, Murshidabad, 11-06-09140 Ikramul Haque, Beharampur, Murshidabad, 12-06-09141 Shankar Tudu, Belpahari, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09142 Asit Samanta, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09143 Naru Samanta, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09144 Prabir Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09145 Keshab Manna, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09146 Dhiraj Manna, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09147 Sanjay Mahato, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09148 Pabitra Das, Nandigram, Midnapur (E), 14-06-09149 Debabrata Soren, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09150 Mohan Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09151 Tuntuni Jana, Amedabad, Midnapur (E), 14-06-09152 Falguni Mukherjee, Mangalkote, Burdwan, 15-06-09153 Sunil Das, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09154 Tapan Das, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09155 Sanjay Pratihar, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09156 Niladri Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09157 Anil Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09158 Abhijit Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09159 Badal Chandra Ahir, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09160 Sisir Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09161 Dubraj Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09162 Dasarath Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09163 Chaitnya Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09164 Keshav Das, Nandigram, Midnapur (W), 19-06-09165 Siraj Khan, Itaru, Galsi, Burdwan, 21-06-09166 Ajay Rauth, Haldia, Midnapur (E), 21-06-09167 Budheswar Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 21-06-09168 Pranesh Ghosh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 21-06-09169 Naba Kumar Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09170 Kishore Tiwari, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09171 Jugol Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09172 Moloy Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-07-09173 Motilal Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-07-09174 Pinki Khatun (8 yrs), Domkol, Murshidabad, 09-07-09175 Barendranath Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W 10-07-09176 Gurucharan Mahato, Lalgarh, West Dinajpur, 11-07-09177 Abijit Mondal (11 years), Uluberia, Howrah, 13-07-09178 Swapan Deb Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-07-09179 Tarani Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-07-09180 Gangadhar Mahato, Barabazar, Purulia, 15-07-09181 Jaladhar Mahato, Jhargam, Purulia, 18-07-09182 Ashok Ghosh, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-07-09183 Fagu Baske, Belpahari, Midnapur (W), 22-07-09184 Arghya Samanta, Raina, Burdwan, 27-07-09185 Ananda Das, Rajganj, Jalpaiguri, 28-07-09186 Sagar Masant, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 30-07-09187 Ashok Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09188 Brahmodeo Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09189 Motilal Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09190 Moloy Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09191 Nirmal Mahato, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 02-08-09192 Gurucharan Tudu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 03-08-09193 Shankar D. Adhikari, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-08-09194 Gunadhar Singh, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 05-08-09195 Shaktipada Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09196 Ashim Soren, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09197 Budhu Hansda, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09198 Ramkrishna Duley, Sarenda, Bankura, 15-08-09199 Madar Ali Molla, Canning, 24, Parganas (S), 17-08-09200 Samrendranath Konai, Madgram, Birbhum, 18-08-09201 Anirul Islam, Rajarhat, 24, Parganas (N), 23-08-09202 Mangal Soren, Binpur, Midnapur (W), 29-08-09203 Laxmikanta Kumar, Sindurpur, Purulia, 29-08-09204 Madan Mondal, Garulia, North 24, Parganas, 29-08-09205 Bharat Hembram, Balarampur, Purulia, 30-08-09206 Sukhdeo Mahato, Bhramarmara, Midnapur (W), 31-08-09207 Debi Prasad Hansda, Balarampur, Purulia, 31-08-09208 Abu Ali Mondal, Baruipur, 24, Pargansas (S), 03-09-09209 Hashem Mondal, Baruipur, 24, Pargansas (S), 03-09-09210 Mirazul Seikh, Beldanga, Murshidabad, 04-09-09211 Azmat Seikh, Beldanga, Murshidabad, 04-09-09212 Ketabul Seikh, Kaliachak, Maldah, 04-09-09213 Apu Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09214 Rajib Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09215 Satish Singh Sardar, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09216 Sasanka Sekhar Roy, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09217 Shyam Chalak, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 07-09-09218 Ramdas Murmu, Sarenga, Bankura, 08-09-09219 Baneswar Murmu, Sarenga, Bankura, 08-09-09220 Abhiram Das, Nanur, Birbhum, 08-09-09221 Krishna Kundu, Sarenga, Bankura, 10-09-09222 Bakul Seikh, Lalgola, Murshidabad, 11-09-09223 Ramen Ghosh, Lalgola, Murshidabad, 12-09-09224 Seikh Nazrul, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-09225 Kartick Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-0226 Sambhu Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-09227 Ajoy Patra, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 16-09-09228 Dilip Dhara, Jadavpur, Kolkata, 17-09-09229 Zikaria Seikh, Baryan, Murshidabad, 20-09-09230 Manik Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09231 Budheswar Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09232 Bagan Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09233 Nimai Bisui, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 24-09-09234 Samir Singha Mahapatra, Medinipur (W), 24-09-09235 Rafique Molla, Patharpratima, 24, Parganas (S), 25-09-09236 Susanta Dhara, Khandaghosh, Burdwan, 27-09-09237 Radhanath Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 29-09-09238 Anadi Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 29-09-09239 Bhakti Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 29-09-09
The list is incomplete. The names of Shankar Samanta and many others murdered at Nandigram, Khejuri and other places are not mentioned in the above list.





PRONAB MONDAL AND ANSHUMAN PHADIKAR Sept. 20: Maoists have warned that Trinamul Congress activists in Nandigram will “pay with their lives” if they don’t stop threatening and extorting money from CPM activists.
A senior Maoist leader has said Trinamul workers in Nandigram who were “torturing” poor villagers just because they were CPM supporters would soon have to face verdict in the “people’s court”.

Nandigram, which was once a Left bastion, had become the launch pad for Trinamul’s resurgence after the land acquisition backlash that paid the Opposition party rich dividends in the panchayat and Lok Sabha elections.

During Mamata Banerjee’s land movement in Nandigram, the government and the CPM had often alleged that her party had the active support of the Maoists. Trinamul had dismissed such suggestions.

However, once the Centre sent paramilitary forces to Lalgarh and a security operation was launched, the Maoists started publicly criticising Trinamul for failing to stop the crackdown despite being part of the Union government. Maoist leader Kishanji had then accused Mamata of failing to return the favour extended in Nandigram.

The threat issued now by another Maoist leader has injected a menacing edge to what has so far been confined to occasional criticism.

Trinamul workers in Nandigram will have to “pay for their act, maybe with their lives”, the senior rebel leader — a CPI (Maoist) central committee member — said in a recent interaction.

In Nandigram, Trinamul men are targeting poor CPM supporters. They are extorting money from them and denying them jobs under the rural job scheme, he said.

The Telegraph spoke to some CPM supporters who said they were at the receiving end of Trinamul’s “extortion”.
One of them, 30-year-old Narayan Das, was not allowed to bring his father’s body back to his Sonachura home in Nandigram and Trinamul workers would not let him perform the last rites until he coughed up Rs 2 lakh.

Narayan, a supervisor with a construction company in Cuttack, said: “When I reached Chandipur, about 40km from Sonachura, my relatives called me on my cellphone and told me I would not be allowed to perform my father’s last rites until I paid Rs 2 lakh to the local Trinamul leaders. Finally, my relatives took the body to the village for cremation and I had to return to Cuttack.”

Narayan said the local Trinamul leaders have also prevented his brothers from cultivating five bighas that his father left for them. “They allowed cultivation on one bigha after I paid Rs 10,000. But they are still demanding Rs 2 lakh.”
Another Sonachura CPM supporter and a farm labourer, Rabin Mondal, alleged that he was being denied work under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme. “I am not being given work under the 100 days’ scheme. No one is giving me a job as a farm labourer as Trinamul leaders have asked villagers not to,” said 30-year-old Rabin.
A CPM supporter in Gokulnagar who works as a clerk in the irrigation department in Mahishadal fled his home a year ago after Trinamul activists demanded Rs 2 lakh from him too.

He now lives near his work place, but his wife and two children are still in Gokulnagar. “My wife and two sons live in my two-storey house in the village. I have 10 bighas to cultivate. So I gave them Rs 1 lakh. They have said they will leave me alone only after I pay the remaining amount,” he said, requesting anonymity.

The Trinamul leadership in Nandigram denied that CPM supporters were facing extortion threats. “Our workers have not extorted money or resorted to any oppression. There is no question of demanding money from CPM supporters,” said Abu Taher, Trinamul leader and chief of Nandigram Panchayat Samiti.

The carbine which was used in killing Nishikanta Mondal, TMC leader of Nandigram and Pradhan of Sonachura Gram Panchayat on 22-09-2009 was the same one which was looted by the Maoists while murdering Rabindranath Kar, his wife and bodyguards on 30-12-2005 at Bandowan in Purulia.



The Lalgarh episode has once again brought to the fore the nexus among the Trinamool Congress, the pseudo intellectuals, some politically motivated media, mysterious NGOs, so-called humans rights’ organizations and the Maoists.

The PSBJC Convener Chatradhar Mahato, a contractor by profession, is the brother of this Maoist Bikash. In an interview to NDTV on 22nd June, Chatradhar Mahato stated that he has been an activist of the Trinamool Congress and actively campaigned for it during the Panchayat elections in 2008. He also admitted that his brother is a Maoist. Mamata Banerjee herself has provided active support to the Lalgarh blockade throughout and even addressed a rally of the PSBJC in Lalgarh on 4th February 2009, sharing the dais with Chatradhar Mahato. As the security forces’ operation in Lalgarh began, the double standards of Trinamool Congress and Mamata Banerjee got badly exposed:

17TH JUNE 2009

Partha Chatterjee, Trinamool MLA and leader of Opposition in WB Assembly: “If the Maoists are unleashing terror, then why is the CPI (M) not asking the government to ban the organization? The ‘Maoist drama’ has the support of the chief minister.” (Asian Age)

18TH JUNE 2009

Maoist leader Kishenji: “People will block the roads, the armed forces that come will be taught a lesson, the central govt., the Buddhadeb govt. will be taught a lesson…We are asking Mamata too, she was with us in Nandigram…now we want to know what stand she will take. She is now in the cabinet, the sole member from her party… The tribals here are sitting in protest against the Paramilitary forces, ready to fight them. Which side will Mamata support is what we want to know.” (NDTV)

20th June 2009

Mamata Banerjee: “If statements by Biman Bose and Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee linking our party with Maoists are not withdrawn within 48 hours, we will agitate to demand sacking of the government by the Centre. We don't believe in individual killings and don't have link with Maoists. We have been demanding ban on Maoists in the state…He himself (Buddhadeb Bhattacharya) had said once that he is fond of Maoist books and literature and has them at his residence.” (Outlook)

Kishenji: “She is playing a political game. Even though she is a member of the Central Cabinet, she has not said a single word against sending Central forces to Lalgarh. Now, to gain sympathy in West Bengal, she is saying that the police and the CPI (M) unleashed a reign of terror in Jangalmahal. This is clearly a case of double standards on her part. The mask has fallen from her face…After the Lalgarh movement started, Mamata Banerjee visited Lalgarh. The locals allowed her to visit this place. But now she will not be able to come to Lalgarh or any parts of Jangalmahal. We have also decided that we will prevent her from entering Nandigram and Singur, where we were part of the movement.” (Asian Age)

22ND JUNE 2009

Kishenji: “Mamata’s real interest is to grab power in West Bengal. Had she been sincere, she would have stepped down from the Union cabinet because the Centre has joined hands with the state government to unleash a reign of terror in Lalgarh” (India Today)

29TH JUNE 2009

Mamata Banerjee: “I am once again urging the central government not to provide support to the CPIM at Lalgarh and use central forces to unearth illegal arms stocked by the party…I urge the Centre to immediately convene an emergency meeting to be attended by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Home Minister P Chidambaram to review what actually is happening at Lalgarh in the name of flushing out Maoists.” (Hindustan Times)

1ST JULY, 2009

Mamata Banerjee: “What is going on at Lalgarh is a total drama. There are no Maoist activists in the region. If there had been any ultra Left activists, they have by now already fled the area and the Left Front government has allowed them to flee. Now in the name of running joint operations against the Maoists, the Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government is just trying to regain its political base…” (Economic Times)


Despite the fact that not even one person has been injured or killed by the security forces since the beginning of the joint operations in June 2009, Maoist sympathizers have launched a high pitched campaign against “state repression” and “atrocities” in order to mislead people on the ground situation in Lalgarh. The fact is that more than 75 CPI (M) activists and supporters have been assassinated by the Maoists since the launch of the operations. Efforts by the Maoist sympathizers and the Trinamool Congress to stall the operations of the security forces are nothing but an attempt to perpetuate the reign of terror by the Maoists.

Some ‘pseudo’ intellectuals, some politically motivated media and some so-called Humans Right’s Organizations of West Bengal have again appeared on the streets to criticize the arrest of dreaded Maoist terrorist Chatradhar Mahato by police in Lalgarh on 26-09-2009. Besides, they have also demanded his immediate release. These “so-called” intellectuals habituated to sing, dance and perform tricks and feats of jugglery to the tune of imperialists, big corporate houses and Mamata Banerjee have been trying to project the terrorist and extortionist responsible for gruesome butchering of hundreds of innocent people in a couple of months in West Bengal as a “tribal hero”. During this mayhem the “so-called” intellectuals on the pay roll of imperialists maintained a studied silence and did not spend a single word to condemn the inhuman activities of the terrorists who are having direct links with other terrorist outfits of north-east and across the border enemy nations aiming at to subvert our country.

As a matter of fact, some of these ‘pseudo’ intellectuals represented by some dramatists, singers, actors, actresses, writers and poets have already been able to manage Life Long Free AC Railway Passes and berths on different Committees of the Indian Railways especially set up at the cost of the nation to accommodate them only and especially for their unequivocal support to the rainbow alliance of Maoist-TMC-Congress-SUCI during last Parliamentary Elections. Now, they have been standing in queue at the door of Mamata Banerjee waiting for tickets to State Assembly Elections in 2011, Padma Shree, Padma Bhusan, Padma Vibhusan and other national awards.

People must, therefore, remain cautious and alert about these purchased stooges and agents of imperialists who can take recourse to any anti-national activity and stoop to any level to in the interest of their vested interests. Some so-called intellectuals have also supported with money and arms to subvert democracy.

The unholy nexus among the Trinamool Congress, the pseudo intellectuals and the Maoists need to be exposed thoroughly.


Lalgarh is a Gram Panchayat within the Binpur block in West Midnapur district. There are nine GPs in the same block. Binpur Assembly constituency is composed of the GPs of Binpur I and II.

The Maoists have been active in the bordering areas of Purulia, Bankura and West Midnapur districts since 2001.

Having tasted blood in Nandigram, several attempts were made by the Trinamool Congress and the Maoists to create similar situations elsewhere in West Bengal. On 2nd November 2008, an attempt was made by the Maoists to assassinate the West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, when he was returning from Shalboni in West Midnapur along with the Union Steel Minister after laying the foundation stone of a steel plant. The landmine exploded by the Maoists missed the Chief Minister’s convoy narrowly. The police launched operations to arrest the culprits and some suspects were arrested. In the process, however, the police indulged in some unjustifiable repressive measures in the Chotopelia village in Lalgarh, especially against some tribal women, one of whose eye was severely damaged. 11women lodged formal complaints about police torture.

This angered the local tribals who launched protests against the police led by the Bharat Jakat Majhi Marwa (BJMM), a body of adivasi community leaders. They demanded treatment and compensation for the injured tribal women, action against the guilty police officials and release of the arrested suspects. On14th November the BJMM leadership reached an agreement with the local authorities. The administration accepted most the demands and provided treatment and compensation for the injured women, released eight of the accused including three school going boys who were arrested and the SP and the Inspector in Charge of Lalgarh police station were transferred.

However, a Committee named Police Santrash Birodhi Janasadharner Committee (PSBJC) was formed under the leadership of Chatradhar Mahato. It was backed by the Maoists. It accused the BJMM leadership of selling out. The PSJBC blockaded the entire Lalgarh area by digging up roads and felling trees, similar to Nandigram, and made the area out of bounds for the police and the administration. They demanded a public apology by the District Superintendent of Police of West Midnapur and other policemen by holding their ears and crawling with their nose to the ground. The administration tried to open dialogue with them but the PSBJC continued with the blockade insisting upon the public apology by the police officials. That the PSBJC was not interested in resolving the issue in a peaceful and democratic manner became clear with the continuing blockade.

It is revealed in The Economist, June 27-July 3 issue under the caption of ‘India’s Naxalite: a rag-tag rebellion’ the name of Chatradhar Mahato and his activities covering some 2000 villages with a joint force of PSBJC and ‘Maoist’ guerrillas.

The local tribal people were not in favour of the undemocratic tactics adopted by the Maoist backed PSBJC. The Bharat Jakat Majhi Marwa organized a rally to protest Maoist violence on 9th December in the Bhulabheda area of Belpahari, where more than 10,000 adivasis had gathered. Sudhir Mandal, the adivasi leader who organized the rally, was shot dead by the Maoists less than 48 hours later. The PSBJC formed a parallel administration and its Maoist allies prevented the entry of the police and administration in the villages of Belpahari, Binpur, Lalgarh, Jamboni, Shalboni and Goaltore.

It is a known fact that since 2001, ‘Maoists’ started to build their contacts in West Midnapur, Bankura, and Purulia districts and in certain areas, waged concerted attacks against the Left forces targeting the CPI(M) as the main enemy. The following is the latest list of persons almost all CPI (M) leaders, members and supporters butchered by Maoists.

No. Name of the victim, Address of the victim, Date of murder

1 Shibaram Satpathi, Sarenga, Bankura, 10-04-01
2 Sudhir Singh Sardar, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 28-11-01
3 Anil Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 04-02-02
4 Rampada Majhi, Ranibandh, Bankura, 11-02-02
5 Puntibala Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-02
6 Icchhamati Mahato, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-02
7 Priyanka Mahato (4yrs), Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 31-05-02
8 Ajit Ghosh, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 09-07-02
9 Golap Mallik, Garbeta, Medinipur (W), 24-04-03
10 Baridbaran Mondal, Banspahari, Medinipur (W) 21-10-03
11 Asit Santra, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 02-03-04
12 Mahendra Mahato, Bandowan, Purulia, 09-07-05
13 Raghunath Murumu, Barikul, Bankura, 09-07-05
14 Bablu Mudi, Barikul, Bankura, 09-07-05
15 Rabindranath Kar, Bandowan, Bankura, 30-12-05
16 Anandamayi Kar, Bandowan, Bankura, 30-12-05
17 Kartik Singh, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 04-03-06
18 Gatilal Tudu, Barikul, Bankura, 04-03-06
19 Gumai Murmu, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 08-03-06
20 Jaladhar Mahato, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 08-03-06
21 Rabi Das, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 14-06-06
22 Snehashis Das, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 26-05-06
23 Anil Mahato, Shilda, Medinipur (W), 19-09-06
24 Dinesh Baske, Shilda, Medinipur (W), 19-09-09
25 Pailaram Tudu, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 09-01-07
26 Rampada Singh, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 30-03-07
27 Parikshit Singh, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 30-03-07
28 Manik Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 27-05-07
29 Rohit Roy, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 10-07-07
30 Bhagirath Karmakar, Barabazar, Purulia, 01-11-07
31 Sufal Mandi, Purulia, Purulia, 20-11-07
32 Govind Singh, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 06-12-07
33 Pahalan Kumar, Balarampur, Purulia, 01-01-08
34 Mangal Mahato, Banspahari, Medinipur (W), 15-02-08
35 Karam Chand Singh, Belpahari, 22-02-08
36 Subhash Mahato, Belpahari, Medinipur (W), 29-02-08
37 Budhadeb Pathak, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 09-03-08
38 Mukul Tiwari, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-08
39 Jugol Murmu, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-08
40 Nabakumar Murmu, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 13-04-08
41 Kshetrapal Majhi, Arsha, Purulia, 19-04-08
42 Sridam Das, Khoirashole, Birbhum, 22-04-08
43 Ganapati Bhadra, Bandowan, Purulia, 04-05-08
44 Debraj Hembram, Balarampur, Purulia, 05-05-08
45 Biswanath Mandi, Goaltore, Medinipur (W), 15-06-08
46 Niranjan Mondal, Nandigram, Medinipur (E), 06-08-08
47 Dulal Garu Das, Garupara, Medinipur (E), 07-08-08
48 Indrajit Muda, Banspahari, Midnapur (W), 31-10-08
49 Nandalal Pal, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 01-02-09
50 Haradhan Majhi, Balarampur, Purulia, 03-02-09
51 Biswanath Digar, Ranibandh, Bankura, 08-02-09
52 Sujit Ponda, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-02-09
53 Saiyad Ali Bhuiyan, Jaipur,Bankura, 11-03-09
54 Durga Deshwal, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 18-03-09
55 Santosh Mahato, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 18-03-09
56 Kanai Kumar, Arsha, Purulia, 28-03-09
57 Ashim Mondal, Bahulabheda, Midnapur (W), 10-04-09
58 Hambir Mandi, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 21-04-09
59 Shakti Sen, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 21-04-09
60 Gopinath Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 22-04-09
61 Baikunth Mahato, Supurdihgram, Purulia, 23-04-09
62 Bibhuti Singh Sardar, SD Gram, Purulia , 23-04-09
63 Prasad Banerjee, Jamboni, Midnapur (W), 30-04-09
64 Sougata Karmakar, Jamboni, Midnapur (W), 30-04-09
65 Sanjay Das, Jamboni, Midnapur (W), 30-04-09
66 Manu Singh, Bandowan, Purulia, 15-05-09
67 Dinesh Mahato, Balarmpur, Purulia, 23-05-09
68 Bhondulal Munda, Jhalda, Purulia,, 25-05-09
69 Mamoni Kishku, Binpur, Midnapur (W), 06-06-09
70 Salku Soren, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 11-06-09
71 Shankar Tudu, Belpahari, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09
72 Asit Samanta, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09
73 Naru Samanta, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09
74 Prabir Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-06-09
75 Keshab Manna, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09
76 Dhiraj Manna, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09
77 Sanjay Mahato, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09
78 Debabrata Soren, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09
79 Mohan Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-06-09
80 Sunil Das, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09
81 Tapan Das, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09
82 Sanjay Pratihar, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 16-06-09
83 Niladri Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09
84 Anil Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09
85 Abhijit Mahato, Lodashuli, Midnapur (W), 17-06-09
86 Badal Chandra Ahir, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09
87 Sisir Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09
88 Dubraj Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09
89 Dasarath Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09
90 Chaitnya Soren, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-06-09
91 Budheswar Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 21-06-09
92 Pranesh Ghosh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 21-06-09
93 Naba Kumar Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09
94 Kishore Tiwari, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09
95 Jugol Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 26-06-09
96 Moloy Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-07-09
97 Motilal Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-07-09
98 Barendranath Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W 10-07-09
99 Gurucharan Mahato, Lalgarh, West Dinajpur, 11-07-09
100 Swapan Deb Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-07-09
101 Tarani Singh, Shalboni, Midnapur (W), 14-07-09
102 Gangadhar Mahato, Barabazar, Purulia, 15-07-09
103 Jaladhar Mahato, Jhargam, Purulia, 18-07-09
104 Ashok Ghosh, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 18-07-09
105 Fagu Baske, Belpahari, Midnapur (W), 22-07-09
106 Sagar Masant, Goaltore, Midnapur (W), 30-07-09
107 Ashok Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09
108 Brahmodeo Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09
109 Motilal Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09
110 Moloy Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 31-07-09
111 Nirmal Mahato, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 02-08-09
112 Gurucharan Tudu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 03-08-09
113 Shankar D. Adhikari, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 05-08-09
114 Gunadhar Singh, Bhulabheda, Midnapur (W), 05-08-09
115 Shaktipada Murmu, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09
116 Ashim Soren, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09
117 Budhu Hansda, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-08-09
118 Ramkrishna Duley, Sarenga, Bankura, 15-08-09
119 Mangal Soren, Binpur, Midnapur (W), 29-08-09
120 Laxmikanta Kumar, Sindurpur, Purulia, 29-08-09
121 Bharat Hembram, Balarampur, Purulia, 30-08-09
122 Sukhdeo Mahato, Bhramarmara, Midnapur(W), 31-08-09
123 Debi Prasad Hansda, Balarampur, Purulia, 31-08-09
124 Apu Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09
125 Rajib Singh, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09
126 Satish Singh Sardar, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09
127 Sasanka Sekhar Roy, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 06-09-09
128 Shyam Chalak, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 07-09-09
129 Ramdas Murmu, Sarenga, Bankura, 08-09-09
130 Baneswar Murmu, Sarenga, Bankura, 08-09-09
131 Krishna Kundu, Sarenga, Bankura, 10-09-09
132 Seikh Nazrul, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-09
133 Kartick Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-0
134 Sambhu Mahato, Lalgarh, Midnapur (W), 13-09-09
135 Ajoy Patra, Shalboni, Medinipur (W), 16-09-09
136 Manik Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09
137 Budheswar Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09
138 Bagan Mandi, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 20-09-09
139 Nimai Bisui, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 24-09-09
140 Samir Singha Mahapatra, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 24-09-09
141 Radhanath Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 30-09-09
142 Anadi Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 30-09-09
143 Bhakti Mahato, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 30-09-09
144 Barun Pratihar, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 01-10-09
145 Amalendu Patra, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 02-09-09
146 Panchanan Tudu, Lalgarh, Medinipur (W), 02-09-09

Apart from this, they have killed 23 police personnel, 1 doctor, 1 nurse and 4 government employees on duty.

Just before the 15th Lok Sabha elections were announced, the TMC Supremo Mamata Banerjee herself went to express her solidarity with the pro-Maoist committee (Peoples Committee against Police Atrocities) formed in the area under the leadership of a former Trinamool Congress leader Chatradhar Mahato. She shared the same platform to address the people in the presence of the leadership of the PCAPA. No other political party was allowed to visit the area, which had been blockaded by the committee. However, while Left party leaders were being targeted and sought to be killed, she along with other TMC leaders could go there without any security!

Today when she disclaims any contact with these groups does it have any credibility? It is also now clear as daylight that the TMC is playing the main role in creating chaos and disorder along with the other right-wing political parties as well as the left extremist political outfits. This fact has been corroborated by one of the topmost leader of the CPI (Maoist), Koteswara Rao (Kishenji), through a TV interview. He confirmed that they helped the TMC to drive out the CPI (M) from Nandigram and adjacent areas. In return, he wanted the TMC leader who was now a Union Minister to come forward and help them to do same in Lalgarh. These details are also brought out in this pamphlet.

It is clear that the blockaded area of Lalgarh was being used by the Maoists to launch murderous attacks, especially targeting CPI (M) activists and supporters. The objective of the blockade was also to shield the Maoists, who were behind the assassination attempt on the Chief Minister. This became clear when Maoist cadre Sasadhar Mahato (Bikash), the prime suspect behind the assassination attempt, appeared before the media within the “liberated zone” of Lalgarh on 16th June with an AK 47 slung on his shoulders. Bikash said on NDTV: “On 2nd November, our plan was to execute Buddhadeb. If people want Buddhadeb hanged, who will hang him? It will be us of the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army.” He was making these statements with the CPI (M) Local Committee Office in Dharampur burning in the backdrop and the corpse of CPI (M) activist Salku Soren, who was killed few days back by the Maoists, lying beside it without cremation for three days. It was in the backdrop of this murderous spree by the Maoists, that the State Government was forced to launch a combined operation of the state police and the central security forces on 18th June 2009. The objective was to combat the Maoists and restore normalcy in the area.



The Maoist criminals now trusted associates of the Union Railway Minister had given a call for Bharat Bandh on 3rd October, 2009 in support of their demand for the release of Kobad Gandhi, Chatradhar Mahato and Chandrabhusan Yadav, all Maoist butchers. They also resorted to all kinds of subversive activities including killing of innocent people throughout the country for the same.

After failing to achieve their demand they beheaded barbarically one abducted Police Officer Francis Induver in Jharkhand on 06-10-2009.

The whole world witnessed once again with horror and dismay the brutalities of the Maoists which have even surpassed those of the Talibans of Afghanistan.

More horrible is that the self-styled “Human Rights’ Organizations” and the pseudo intellectuals of West Bengal have not used even a single word to denounce the ghastly incidents of butchering unarmed helpless women and children by Maoists in different parts of the country. Walking one step forward, Sujat Bhadra, the so-called human rights’ activist in Kolkata in a press meet said that the Lalgarh movement has nothing to do with the Maoists. Besides, it is a peoples’ movement and Chatradhar Mahato is not a Maoist leader.

This hypocrite has forgotten the fact that the Maoist leaders Kishenji and Bikash themselves have again and again declared that the Lalgarh movement is led by them and the organization of Chatradhar Mahato is their frontal mass reorganization. The video footage of their interviews and press meet to this effect has repeatedly been aired by various electronic media on different dates on the national and state level.

The “Unlawful Activities Prevention Act” says clearly that any type of advocacy, assistance or propaganda in favour of a banned organization is punishable. It is not understood why this man Sujat Bhadra and his organization APDR is still allowed to go scot free even after his taking recourse to subversive anti-national statements and anti-national activities. He should, therefore, be put behind bars immediately for interrogation and further necessary action terms of the provisions of UAPA.

We demand again that both the Central Government and the state governments should cause immediately a thorough investigation into the source of funds and modus operandi of these so called human rights organizations in national interest.


In between 1952 and 1977 the then Congress led governments in West Bengal were able to implement successfully many important and prestigious projects. A few examples of the same are cited below.

(1) Durgapur Steel Plant
(2) Alloy Steel Plant
(3) Salt Lake City
(4) Kalyani Township
(5) Metro Rail
(6) Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
(7) Durgapur Township
(8) Damodar Valley Corporation

In fact, these projects required thousands and thousands acres of both agricultural and non agricultural lands. There is no denying the fact that during this long period the Leftists were in the opposition. But they never objected nor caused any sort of inconvenience to their implementation considering the larger interests of the state and its people. On the other hand, they always extended their cooperation and assistance in the matter of successful implementation of the projects.

But Mamata Banerjee along with Maoist terrorists has caused an irreparable damage to the industrial and developmental prospects of the state in order to gain petty political mileage. Some of the projects abandoned or affected adversely as a result of her destructive agitations are furnished as hereunder.

1 Chemical Hub at Nandigram
2 Chemical Hub at Naya Char
3 Setting up Rajarhat Township
4 Tata’s Nano Factory at Singur
5 Expansion of National Highways
6 Construction of Hospitals
7 Setting up I.T. Parks
8 Construction of Bridges
9 Construction of Aerodromes,
10 Establishment of Industries
11 Construction of Thermal Power Plants
12 Construction and expansion of National Highways

This lady has undoubtedly caused irreparable colossal damage to the state and its coming generations. Still now she dreams of becoming the next Chief Minister of West Bengal. It is most unfortunate that the topmost Maoist leader Koteswar Rao@Kishenji also desires and dreams the same.

It is not understood how long the people of this state will go on tolerating her and her subversive activities.
Miss Mamata Banerjee is not merely a poetical leader. She is constitutionally elected representative to the Parliament. Besides, she holds an important portfolio in the cabinet of Dr. Manmohan Singh. It is a fact that not only nationwide but also in a much worldwide publicized function at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi Miss Banerjee took oath of office from the President to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution as well as will also do her best to defend the integrity, sovereignty and secular fabric of the country.

On the other hand, the Maoists have affirmed their commitment to the objectives not in terms of the seizure of lands, crops, or other immediate goals, but the seizure of power. Within this perspective, participation in elections and engagement with the prevailing 'bourgeois democracy' are rejected, and all efforts and attention is firmly focused on so-called 'revolutionary activities' to undermine the state and seize power.

There is no denying the fact that the Maoists have already been able to create a reign of terror in many parts of the country by way of brutal murders of innocent people, creating free zones and resorting to all types of most destructive methods.

Both the Prime Minister and the Home Minister have termed Maoists as the largest single threat to the safety and security of the country.

But it is most shocking to find that Miss Mamata Banerjee and six other Central Ministers are actively hand in gloves with the Maoists who are waging a war against the nation. They are often seen hobnobbing with them. The Maoists and Naxalites decorate her political platforms and official railway functions. Besides, she has not only demanded the withdrawal of the on going offensive by the Joint Forces at Lalgarh against the Maoist terrorists but also has warned of burning the whole of West Bengal if any action is taken against the ‘so-called’ intellectuals having direct connection, role and involvement in the brutal murders and antinational destructive activities carried out by the Maoists.

It is often said that everybody irrespective of affiliation or position is equal in the eye of the law. Anyone why helps the terrorists in any manner, whatsoever, is punishable under U.A.P. Act, 2009. If it is so, why “Unlawful Activities Prevention Act” should not be used against Mamata Banerjee and six other Central Ministers belonging to the TMC for helping the antinational Maoist terrorists directly?