The Irony Of The Gadchiroli Court Verdict

The Persecuted Prisoners Solidarity Committee (PPSC) strongly condemns the judgement by the Gadchiroli Sessions Court March 7, 2017 convicting Mahesh Tirki, Pandu Narote, Hem Mishra, Prashant Rahi, Vijay Tirki and G N Saibaba, under various sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (UAPA) and awarding life sentence to five of them and a ten year imprisonment to another.

Demonstration for the Liberation of All Political Prisoners

Germany: Demonstration for the Liberation of All Political Prisoners

We began this year’s day of struggle for the release of all political prisoners at noon. On short notice, we held a rally on Hermannplatz in Neukölln.With roughly 35 participants, supported by the comrades of Dev Genc / Halk Cephesi (Revolutionary Youth / Popular Front) and ATIK (Confederation of Workers from Turkey in Europe), we held this rally and were able to reach many residents as well as people passing by.

Appeal by Maoist Party, France

Popular Self-Defence in the Face of Police Violence!

Recent news has added many challenges that we must face in our daily lives: a state of emergency, institutional racism at the highest levels, attacks against working-class gains, strong confidence among fascists of all sorts, cops let loose in our neighbourhoods and in our struggles against us and the brothers and sisters of our class, …

Free the Maruti Workers!

13 of our brothers have been given ‘life sentences’ – including 12 Maruti Suzuki Workers Union body members – on the baseless charge of ‘murder’ on 18 March afternoon by the Gurgaon Additional Sessions Court. 4 workers given 5 year sentences. 14 workers given 3 years, but have already spent 4 years in prison, so released. Of the earlier acquitted 117 workers who spent over 4 years in Jail, we do not yet know as to who will return the lost years. 148 already spent 4 years in Jail without bail since 2012 without bail and 2500 workers were earlier illegally terminated and then faced continual State repression.

Interview with Vasantha Kumari by Jyoti Punwani

Why are they so afraid of someone who is 90% disabled?

Delhi University Professor G N Sai Baba was convicted on March 7 to life in prison under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act — UAPA — for being a member of a banned terrorist organisation, the Communist Party of India Maoist. The professor, who has undergone two spells of imprisonment in Nagpur jail as an undertrial, is 90 per cent disabled and wheelchair-bound. After his arrest in May 2014, he was released on interim bail on medical grounds in July 2015, only to be rearrested in December that year, and released again on the Supreme Court’s orders in April 2016.

An Appeal by Varavara Rao

An Appeal to the People, Democratic Organizations, Individuals, Mass Organizations and Political Parties

Let us build a broad united democratic movement to demand for the release of Prof. G.N. Saibaba, Hem Mishra, Prashant Rahi, Mahesh Tirke, Pandu Narote and Vijay Tirke convicted under UAPA by the sessions judge Gadchiroli, Maharastra let us also fight to withdraw the draconian UAPA itself.

Unconditional Release of GN Saibaba and others: RYSM

Releasing a statement, Revolutionary youth student movement of Bangladesh has demanded unconditional release of GN Saibaba, Hem Mishra, Prasanta Rahi and all other democratic activists. As it has mentioned: ” Fascist Indian state disclosed its actual fascism under the mask of democracy. Fascist state and government sentenced GN SAIBABA to life and put other democratic activists to jail. We condemn and firmly oppose such kind of injustice. “

Statement by Committee for the Release of Political Prisoners (CRPP)

CRPP Statement on the conviction and life sentences by the Gadchiroli Sessions Court of MAHESH TIRKI, PANDU NAROTE, HEM MISHRA, PRASHANT RAHI, VIJAY TIRKI AND GN SAIBABA!


Professor GN Saibaba and four others get life sentence

The District and Sessions Court in Gadchiroli, Maharashtra, on Tuesday sentenced Delhi University professor Gokarakonda Naga Saibaba and four others to life in prison under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

MFPR Italy – critical notes for 8th march

The Proletarian Revolutionary Feminist Movement is a generated organization promoted by PCM-Italy even before its constitution, to lead proletarian women to revolution, to assert the “revolution in the revolution” and construct a mass vanguard contingent in the women’s movement in general, and to contend with the bourgeoisie, opportunism, revisionism for the hegemony on the women’s movement. Therefore, MFPR works with other women’s organizations placed in the same trench and fighting the same battle throughout the women’s movement both in the imperialist countries and in the countries oppressed by imperialism…..