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India: Agreement between Maoists and Manipur Revolutionary Front

Posted by n3wday on January 31, 2009

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One of the complexities of India, and its revolution, is the relations between the dozens of nationalities. The expansionist Indian state has annexed a number of border nationalities, and the treatment has given rise to struggles for autonomy and independence. Here is a statement by the Maoists of India together with one of those local movements — from the far eastern border region of Manipur.

Thanks to Dave for pointing this out.

JOINT DECLARATION BETWEEN THE CPI (MAOIST) AND
THE REVOLUTIONARY PEOPLE’S FRONT OF MANIPUR

A two days joint meeting was held between the Communist Party Of India
(Maoist) and the Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) at the Council
Head Quarters of the Revolutionary People’s Front on 21-22 October
2008. At that meeting, both sides have unanimously condemned the
hegemonic capitalist design of the Indian regime and have agreed to
consolidate the mutual understanding and friendship, further more agreed
firmly to stand hand in hand to overthrow the common enemy, the present
Indian reactionary regime and to gain political goals of the respective
two Parties.

The CPI (Maoist) strongly condemned the annexation of Manipur by the
Dominion of India, which was done under the instigation of reactionary
Indian Congress led by Gandhi, Nehru and Sardar Patel and their
hegemonic and colonial designed. The so-called Merger Agreement of
Manipur with the Dominion of India was, indeed, illegal and
unconstitutional.
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