16 December 2007

ORISSA GOVT. BANS SEVEN MASS AND DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATIONS

Dear friends and comrades,

Orissa Govt. has banned seven mass and democratic organizations today on 09-06-2006. These are peasant-workers-cultural organizations including democratic organizations like Daman Pratirodh Manch and Revolutionary Democratic Front.

We condemn this undemocratic and repressive measure of the Orissa Govt. We call upon all the democratic and justice loving organizations and individuals to raise their voice of protest against this anti people decision of the Orissa Govt.

Press Clippings

Orissa to ban CPI (Maoist), 7 front forums

Bhubaneswar, June. 9 (PTI): The Orissa Government today decided to ban CPI (Maoist) and its seven front organisations.

The seven naxalite organisations are Daman Pratirodh Manch, Revolutionary Democratic Front, Chasi Mulia Samiti, Kui Mulia Samiti, Kui Lawenga Sangha, Jan Natya Mandali, Krantikari Kissan Samiti and Bal Sangam, Home Secretary Santosh Kumar said after a cabinet meeting.

The state cabinet has also announced a comprehensive rehabilitation package for naxalites who would surrender before the administration

NDTV

Correspondent

Friday, June 9, 2006 (Bhubaneshwar):

The Orissa government has banned the CPI-Maoist and seven of their front organizations. The state cabinet took the decision after an escalation in naxal violence. However the state home secretary has clarified that this will not lead to arrest of the office bearers of the organisations or any raid on their offices.

But they will not be allowed to hold any more rallies or public meetings, although simultaneously the cabinet recommended a rehabilitation package for surrendered extremists. The rehabilitation package includes cash incentives up to Rs 20,000, allotment of homestead land, bank loan and subsidy and withdrawal of cases involving minor offences. The seven organisations which have now been declared unlawful in the state are: Daman Pratirodh Manch, Revolutionary Democratic Front, Chasi Mulia Sangh, Jana Natya Mandali, Krantikari Kisan Samiti and Bal Sangam.

1 comment:

Ilyas khan Baloch said...

Dear Comrades,
Democracy and people of India.

Since the creation of India the people are left at distant from the corridor of power so that the ruling elite can do what they wanted to do in favors of their interest, leaving the people at the mercy of circumstances. As this policy is denial of right of Indian people to rule their country according to their aspiration and desire to built this country, which can provide equal opportunity to all without any discrimination for the establishment of welfare society. Only the society base on tolerance, equality and justice can be the real guarantee for the prosperous and strong country, there for your intention is invited to change the socio-political system to acquire strong economic footing.

you have already lost the time simply to save the centralized sole power to exploit this country by the ruling elite they let the country backward, then allowing the masses to rule this country democratically. In the present circumstances we are again dragging our sovereignty at stack for the external interest in the name of national interest, instead of our interest.

The only way out of these crucial circumstances is to empower the common Indian at grass route level i.e. the change of system. This change is inevitable for the prosperous India,. As a well-wisher of this country you may try to provide an alternate socio-political system to empower the masses at grass route level for rapid industrial and agriculture development with transparency and accountability in the system. Along with basic guarantees for the creation of welfare state, where in public representative and institution shall be answerable and accountable to the masses.

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Ilyas khan Baloch
Organizer, Islamic Democratic Party