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Mangalkot Links to Singur, Nandigram and Lalgarh!

Mangalkot Links to Singur, Nandigram and Lalgarh! 

Prachanda as chief of international Maoists?

Troubled Galaxy Destroyed Dreams, Chapter 328

Palash Biswas

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

My friends from Mumabi informed me this Morning that Internal security in Five Maoist Effected states Jharkhand, Chhatish Garh, Orissa, andhra and Maharashtra has been Vested in CIA and Mossad!
 
West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi, who has earned the wrath of Left parties for his remarks on political violence in the state, today had a half-an-hour meeting with President Pratibha Patil.

The issues discussed during the meeting could not be ascertained as he didn't speak to the waiting media.

Amid controversy over his remarks on continued political violence in the state, Gandhi had yesterday held a meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to discuss the issue with him.

Gandhi had recently come under attack for his statement that West Bengal was witnessing a 'tandava' of violence since the Lok Sabha elections with the ruling Left parties accusing him of being "partisan".

After the meeting, asked whether he was interested in continuing as the Governor, he had said "that is not for me to handle".
 
Trinamool Congress demands President's Rule in Bengal!
 
Pti reports:
 
The Trinamool Congress today renewed its demand for imposition of President's Rule in Left-ruled West Bengal, a day after its Chief Mamata Banerjee addressed a huge rally at troubled Mangalkote in Burdwan district and gave a call to "drive out" Marxists from the state.

"We demand application of Article 355 first followed by imposition of President's Rule as the government has failed to ensure peace and protect minorities, SCs and STs," Trinamool Congress Chief Whip in the Lok Sabha Sudip Bandhopadhay told a rally here.

Referring to CPI(M)'s criticism of Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi's statement on continuing political violence in the state after the Lok Sabha elections, he said: "They are attacking the governor. They are challenging parliamentary democracy. It's time the Centre intervened. We demand that West Bengal be liberated from red terror.
 
 
Nothing New!
 
Long before Indo US Nuke Deal was AUTO OPERATIONALISED amisdst Indian Parliamentary Soap Opera or Strategic realliance in US ISRAEL lead, way back in NDA RSS Tenure, then Home Minister, the Rejected Prime Minister Waiting Lal Krishana Adwani Finalised the DEAL in eTEL AVIV. Since then, entire Himalayan Region as well as INdigenous Aboriginal Human Sacpe as well as landscape have been VESTED in CIA and MOSSAD hands for systematic ethnic Cleansing! 
 
Zionist ROTHSCHILDS Illuminati Teams is engaged to RULE INDIA and SUSTAIN Triblis Zionist Apartheid Manusmriti interests as well as ORDER Imperialist and Corporate! Now the Monopolistic Aggression is Surgically Precise. The Mind Control is as Total as Religion, Media, Mass movement, Ideologies, trade Unions, NGOs, Social as well as Producive forces, Intelligentsia and civil societies, democratic Institutions have been PROGRAMMED and Projected to ACCOMPLISH the Mass Destruction Agenda!
 
Unfortunately, without the Global Vision and Solidarity with Black Untouchable Majority Masses, some of our very COMMITTED friends tend to be INDULGED in Fascist Imperialist Programmes!
 
I have always been OPPOSING the Genocide Culture and Brahaminical Marxist Gesatpo hegemony in Bengal. But the Resistance Hijacked by the Fascist brahaminical Hegemony once again HERALDS Total ANARCHY ahead and ENTRY of MS Mamata Bannerjee would ELIMINATE the Indigenous Aboriginal Production System and life chain, I must Warn!
 
Mangalkot is linked to SINGUR, Nandigram and Lalgarh. Why?
 
Mangalkot does not represent any UPRISING or Insurrection! The Opposition dared not to relate it to GORKHALAND just for the APPEASEMENT of the RULING Hegemony! Why?
 
But the Trouble Points in Bengal reflect the INDIAN Truth of ECONOMY, Society and Politics very well! The Thurt is the OUSTER of the Marxists! Violence in Bengal Escalates and PRACHAND is ousted in Nepal. Chinese Threat to  Indian security OVERBLOWN, exposes the SET Up as well!
 
We oppose the anti People Marxist capitalist ways of Ruling Brahaminicla marxist Hegemony in Bengal! How do we afford to support outright capitalist Corporate Imperialist ILLUMINTY rule EXTRA Cosntitutional for whic MS Mamata Banerjee just plays a HUMAN Face!

Amid controversy over his remarks on the continued political violence in the State, West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi on Tuesday met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and discussed the issue with him.
"We talked about the importance of all political entities and everyone in public life shunning violence and following the path of peace," he told reporters after a 45-minute meeting with the Prime Minister in New dDelhi 

Mr. Gandhi had recently come under attack for his statement that West Bengal was witnessing a 'tandava (flare up)' of violence since the 15th Lok Sabha elections, with the ruling Left parties accusing him of being "partisan". 

Asked whether he was interested in continuing as the Governor, he said "that is not for me to handle". He also said his term was coming to an end in December this year. 

Maintaining that the Prime Minister had called him to discuss the commemoration of the Dandi Satyagraha, Mr. Gandhi said wide ranging subjects were discussed at the meeting. 

He said he gave the Prime Minister a brief update on the Darjeeling situation in the backdrop of the tripartite talks on the Gorkhaland issue. The Prime Minister also wanted to know about the progress of relief, reconstruction and rehabilitation work for the Aila cyclone victims.
 
Indian Express reports:
 
 

Mamata rings final bell for CPM in Mangalkot



Claiming that the Assembly elections in Bengal will be held before 2011 because of the deteriorating law and order situation in the state, Railway Minister Mamata Banerjee said the Mangalkot violence will be the last straw in the fall of the Left government.


Amid fears of violence, Banerjee addressed a peaceful rally at Khudrun in trouble-torn Mangalkot on Tuesday and urged party supporters to show restraint. After the rally, sporadic clashes broke out in different areas in Mangalkot between the CPM and Trinamool supporters.


"The Assembly elections will not be held in 2011 as scheduled, but much, much earlier because the CPM has crossed all limits in spreading terror. What began in Nandigram and Singur, will ultimately end in Mangalkot. Mangalkot will ring the last bell for the state government," she said amid applause at Khudrun Crossing, 3 km from the violence-affected villages.



"If elections are held today, we are ready. The people of Bengal are ready to oust the CPM," added Banerjee.


In an interesting turn to her party's stand, Banerjee praised a slain CPM leader, Falguni Banerjee, whose murder had sparked off political unrest in the district a couple of months ago. "I pray for Falgunibabu's soul. As the chief executive officer of Zilla Parishad's electricity department, he exposed that transformers were stolen. Since he was the whistle blower in the CPM, a section of CPM cadres killed him," said Banerjee. She also demand a CBI probe into the incident.


The CPM district committee and Burdwan Zilla parishad leader, Falguni Banerjee, was killed in the second week of June. Following his death clashes broke out in Mangalkot and other areas in Burdwan. 

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/mamata-rings-final-bell-for-cpm-in-mangalkot/500997

The Hindu Reports:

Violence disrupts Trinamool meeting at Mangalkot

Indrani Dutta




KOLKATA: Mangalkot in West Bengal's Bardhaman district, which shot into the news in July after senior Congress leaders had to flee following a confrontation with a violent mob, witnessed violence again on Saturday when a team of Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders tried to hold a meeting at an adjacent village.
Prohibitory orders were in force in seven villages there.
An angry TMC chief Mamata Banerjee announced that she would visit the area next week and hold a meeting at the very spot from which her party-men were dispersed. "I will myself go and address a meeting from the same spot, let me see what they do" she said in an instant reaction.
"We will not flee," Ms. Banerjee said later, in an oblique reference to the incident when a Congress team, led by Manas Bhunia, Congress Legislature Party leader, had to run through swampy paddy fields to escape a rampaging mob. The team had gone there to provide relief to party workers whom, they said, had come under attack from the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
The team of seven TMC leaders on Saturday was led by the Suvendu Adhikari, Member of Parliament and the new leader of the party's youth wing. The TMC had earlier made unsuccessful attempts to enter Mangalkot, which has seen repeated clashes over the last few months.
Police said the trouble was sparked when stones were pelted at the team by Trinamool supporters who had gathered at Khudruni for their meeting. The police lathi-charged the crowd and fired teargas shells. Two police vehicles were also set on fire.
"Beyond democracy?"

Questioning the clamping of prohibitory orders like Section 144 in Mangalkot and adjacent areas, Ms. Banerjee said at a press conference in the city: "Is Mangalkot beyond democracy that no opposition leader can visit the area even to provide relief materials to the thousands of party-workers who had been rendered homeless over the last six months? Such orders are used either in the case of communal violence or a breakdown of law and order."
"In West Bengal, the order is used to deny the opposition its legitimate rights", Ms. Banerjee alleged, saying that the State government was digging its own grave in this manner.
She added that she would send video clippings of the incident to the Centre.
 http://www.hindu.com/2009/08/09/stories/2009080956820800.htm

Meanwhile, People's Union for Civil Liberties national president K.G. Kannabiran has urged the Chief Justices of Orissa and Chhattisgarh High Courts to direct the Home departments in the respective States to produce Maoist activist Padma in a court of law with immediate effect.






In a letter addressed to the Chief Justices, Mr. Kannabiran said Ms Padma who served sentence in various jails of Chhattisgarh was released on Wednesday from Raipur central prison and was picked up by police immediately. It was believed that she was picked up by plainclothes policemen from Orissa or Chhattisgarh. 

Ms. Padma, he said, was acquitted in all the earlier cases and there was not a single warrant pending against her. Her relative were apprehensive that she might get killed in a fake encounter. In view of this, he urged the courts to intervene in the matter and protect the life and liberty of a young woman against whom the prosecution could not prove a single charge even after implicating her in a host of cases.


Welcoming Maharashtra Government's decision to temporarily close down schools in the city in wake of rising H1N1 cases, Indian Medical Association (IMA) on Wednesday appealed to the citizens not to panic about swine flu as it is a "self-limiting" illness.
Swine flu does not need anti-viral medicine for every one, an office-bearer of IMA, Maharashtra branch, said in Mumabi.

Being rainy season, children do suffer from viral fever, normal influenza. Parents and citizens should not think every patient of viral fever has H1N1 infection, he said. 

"Like any other viral fever and influenza, swine flu is also self-limiting -- that is it can be taken care by the immune system of a person," Suhas Pingle, Honorary Secretary IMA, said. 

"It is only when there are complications like Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome that swine flu becomes fatal." 

Tamiflu is not required in all cases, he said, and appealed to the citizens not to rush to government hospitals for all cases of fever and respiratory problems. 

"The disease is severe in immunodeficiency state, previous cardiac and lung diseases." 

The best way to prevent any flu is to stay in good health for which it is important to have proper sleep, balanced diet, plenty of fluids and physical exercise, the doctor said. 
 
 

Food first, industry later: Bengal goes back to basics

Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay Tags : kolkatagovernment Posted: Wednesday, Aug 12, 2009 at 0258 hrsKolkata:



With its land acquisition policy said to have undone it in the recent Lok Sabha polls, the Left Front government on Tuesday made it clear there would be no industrialisation at the cost of food security.


The Land Use Board, reconstituted by Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee after the debacle in the Lok Sabha polls and placed under Minister for Land and Land Reforms Abdur Rezzaq Mollah, held its first meeting after which it made clear that "multi-crop land" would not be acquired for industries.


Earlier, the Board, which earmarks land for industries, was under the Commerce and Industries department.


"We will have to ensure food security before we go in for industrialisation for which our first preference will be fallow or single-crop land. Under no circumstances shall we take multi-crop land. Industrialists will have no freedom in choosing their land. They will be shown the land we have earmarked and if they do not like it, they are free to walk out," Mollah, who presided over the meeting with senior state government officials, said.






India-US investment treaty to take time
New Delhi (PTI): The US on Wednesday said its proposed bilateral investment treaty with India will take time to materialise, but when clinched it would offer protection to investors in each other's markets.
"The first round of negotiations for the bilateral investment treaty are taking place... we (will) probably take sometime to do this," Deputy United States Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis told reporters here.
Commerce Minister Anand Sharma had taken up the treaty when he was in the US in June.
Mr. Marantis said the treaty would help in improving investments between India and the US -- the two countries that have held up a global trade pact since 2001 on differences over farm subsidies.
The two are also trying to bridge differences on the investment protection treaty.
The visiting US official said the treaty would provide "robust protection" to the Indian and US investors in each other's markets.
The bilateral treaty would also provide national treatment to private investments in each other's country. 

Assembly by-poll for 20 seats on Sept.10
J Balaji
NEW DELHI: The Election Commission has announced that Assembly by-election for 20 seats in six States and the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi will be held on September 10. The votes will be counted on September 14.
The Model Code of Conduct has come into force with immediate effect in the district (s) in which the whole or any part of the Assembly Constituency going for by-election is (are) included. The code is applicable to all the candidates, political parties, the State Governments and the Centre as far as those States are concerned.
The Assembly segments going to the poll are: Andhra Pradesh – Tekkali, Bihar - Bochaha (SC), Aurai, Kalyanpur, Warisnagar (SC), Ramgarh, Chainpur and Chenari (SC), Gujarat – Chotila, Jasdan, Dhoraji, Kodinar, Dehgam, Sami and Danta.
Madhya Pradesh – Gohad and Tendukheda, Sikkim – Namchi Singithong, Uttarakhand – Vikasnagar and NCT of Delhi – Dwarka.
The by-poll notification will be issued on August 17, and the last date of filing papers is August 24. They will be scrutinised on August 25 and the last date for withdrawal of candidature is August 27.
The electoral rolls with reference to January 1, 2009, as the qualifying date as per the pre – delimitation order in Bihar, Gujarat and Uttarakhand have been revised and published. "The general elections to the Legislative Assemblies of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Sikkim and NCT of Delhi were held on post delimitation basis. Hence, there is no need of electoral roll on pre-delimitation basis in these States/NCT of Delhi," an EC release said. 

Mumbai attackers must be brought to justice: US Ambassador
Sandeep Dikshit
NEW DELHI: The US on Wednesday said it wanted the ``blood-thirsty'' terrorists behind the Mumbai attacks to be brought to justice. It also suggested better Indo-US intelligence cooperation in the form of sharing of information and modern American equipment that would help India shore up its defences against terrorism.
``We want to bring blood-thirsty perpetrators of Mumbai attacks to justice, wherever they are. And they include everybody you mention,'' the new US Ambassador to India Timoth Roemer said in response to a question whether after extensive intelligence sharing between India and US, Washington thought Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeeed should also be prosecuted.
The veteran Democratic Party leader and a member of the 9/11 commission said he had been communicating to his Government after coming here on the need for Pakistan to bring to justice all those detained in the Mumbai attacks case. ``We have a common enemy with India. And we are pressing Pakistan hard on Mumbai suspects and we are very grateful for the close cooperation that we have with Indian government on counter-insurgency, fighting terrorism, intelligence sharing.''
Mr. Roemer felt that in the wake of close cooperation between Indian and US intelligence agencies after the Mumbai attacks, this proximity should be advanced to cover ``best equipment in the world'' to help India fight the ``common enemy'' of terrorism.
Pointing out that the US position to combating terrorism was ``firm, resolute and bold'', the US Ambassador said, ``we are committed to shutting down terrorist networks around the world and shutting down financing of those networks. We want to work with India and enhance our cooperation to achieve these results.''
The US Ambassador played down the travel advisory issued to citizens in India saying that it was just a reiteration to ensure the well being and safety of its citizens. The advisory, he said, was based on the past incidents that occurred in various places including Islamabad and Jakarta. 

Chief of Naval Staff reviews Eastern fleet
Staff Reporter
VISAKHAPATNAM: Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sureesh Mehta, who is on a farewell visit to the city, reviewed the Eastern Fleet at sea on Wednesday.
The fleet and local flotilla took part in the operational display.
A ceremonial reception was accorded to him and Maria Teresa Mehta, president of Naval Wives Welfare Association (NWWA) on arrival at INS Dega airport. The couple was received by Vice-Admiral Nirmal Verma, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command (ENC) and Madhulika Verma, eastern region president of NWWA.
Vice-Admiral Verma and Rear Admiral Anurag G. Thapliyal, Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Fleet accompanied the Chief of Naval Staff during the exercise at sea. The Admiral, during whose term India joined the elite nuclear-powered submarine club, will be accorded a ceremonial farewell at INS Circars Parade Ground on Thursday.
Admiral Mehta was at the helm of ENC from September 30, 2005 to October 26, 2006. Under his stewardship, the ENC had been involved in numerous operational missions in the Bay of Bengal and South East Asia, according to a release issued by the Navy.
The first-ever Presidential Fleet Review on the Eastern Seaboard was held during his tenure, which saw participation of over 66 ships and 50 aircraft of the combined Indian Fleet bringing the ENC and Visakhapatnam to the centre-stage.
The command continued to grow from strength to strength under his leadership from the integrated headquarters, adding new ships, air stations and squadron and extending its reach across the globe from Vladivostok, Russia in the Pacific Gulf undertaking joint exercises with major navies in the world.
Maria Teresa Mehta has been at the forefront of NWWA activities focusing especially on `Sahara' widow rehabilitation programme and reaching out to children and senior citizens at orphanages and old age homes through outreach programme. The eastern region of NWWA also hosted get-together in her honour. 

hree Maoists killed in Rayagadha district
K. Srinivas Reddy
HYDERABAD: Three women Maoist cadres were shot dead in an exchange of fire at Oraahta village in Rayagadha district of Orissa on Wednesday morning. Police suspect that another senior Maoist leader Chamala Krishna Murthy alias Daya, a member of Anahdra Orissa Special Zonal Committee was also injured. Two .303 rifles, an INSAS rifle and five kit bags were recovered from the scene.
The Maoist team of over 12 members was said to have been sighted by the police teams in Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh and a hot pursuit had begun. The naxals traded gun fire with policemen at Oraahta village of Orissa, about one kilometre from the Andhra Pradesh border, police said.
The slain were identified as P. Subadhra, alias Swarna (member of the divisional committee and wife of Chamala Krishna Murthy, alias Daya of the AOBSZC), Landa Rajeshwari, Area Committee member and wife of Gora Vallabha Rao, a senior Maoist leader, and a squad member, Jeevani.