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Nepal: Maoist Revolutionary Student’s 18th Conference

Posted by hetty7 on December 16, 2010

This article is from the Nepali Maoist English language newspaper The Red Star.

Kathmandu, 3 december, 2010:  All Nepal National Independent Students’ Union – ANNISU-(Revolutionary), one of the largest student unions of Nepal, has successfully completed its preparation for its 18th National Conference. The task of publicity, organization, mobilization and mobilization of the supporters and the people has been reached to the last phase. Kirtipur – a historic city and venue of the conference – has been charmingly decorated with wall paintings, pamphlets and red banners.

Inauguration of the conference is on 10th December, 2010

The conference will be inaugurated by UCPN-Maoist Chairman Prachanda on 10th December on the yard of Tribhuwan University at Kirtipur in capital city Kathmandu.  The conference will elect its new central executive body and will take important decisions on national independency and people’s education.

According to the publicity department of conference preparation committee, one thousand and eight hundred representatives will participate in the conference and more than hundred thousand  people will be mobilized in the inaugural session.

The conference will be continued for three days.

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India: Maoists Planning Liberated Zones

Posted by celticfire84 on December 16, 2010

Naxals in a Base Area

This was originally written for The Hindu

Maoists Planning Liberated Zones

by G. Narashima Rao

The banned Communist Party of India (Maoist) is planning major strategies to increase its influence and strength.

An important task the Maoists have set for themselves is to create a liberated zone, in Bihar, Jharkhand and Dandakaranya (Chattisgarh). Towards this end, the party’s strike force — People Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) — is being developed.

This was stated by Prasad, party’s Andhra-Orissa Border State committee member during an interview at a remote place on the Andhra-Orissa border. A few reporters reached the place, guided by a local Girijan, trekking a small distance after travelling on a bumpy dirt track on either side of which landmines and directional mines were reportedly planted to keep the area out of the reach of the police.

The CPI (Maoist) is celebrating the 10th anniversary of PLGA, from December 2 to January 2, 2011. As part of it, the party organised a meeting at which local Girijans vowed to take over the Forest Department’s coffee plantations.

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