Comrades ! Which side are you on ?

redstar(On September 7, published  an unexpected  news, regarding the Maoist activities of India .  We all know, Red Star is the  English news paper close to CPN-Maoist. After the ”peace agreement” it was published under the editorship of Kumar Shaha, now central committee member of CPN-Maoist. These days  the print edition of Red Star  has been shut down and only the online edition  is running. Propaganda department of CPN-Maoist operates party medias, including But this  website is  repeatedly publishing  awful newses. Some days ago,  it had published a  news in favour of Dalai Lama. Now, it has published  another  news,  in fovour  of Indian Government, as if is the mouth organ of the  Indian Government. Not only this,  it has published  a news against the oppressed people of India and the leading party CPI (Maoist).  What a matter of irony ! The following news is its evidence.)

1.Naxalites recruit 10,000 minors for non-combat operations

NEW DELHI: Nearly 10,000 children, including girls, have been “recruited” by Maoists across Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Bihar and Jharkhand to serve as intelligence gatherers or perform chores as cooks and couriers. Though these minor recruits — mostly aged between 10 to 15 — don’t carry arms, they are given the basic training to handle weapons.

While around 3,000-4,000 children alone stand enrolled into “bal sangham” in Chhattisgarh and Odisha, the young hands working for Maoists in Jharkhand and Bihar are organized under ‘bal dasta’.
The modus operandi of recruiting these minors involves prevailing upon the local tribal families to “give up” one of their children to the CPI (Maoist), by highlighting displacement issues and “police atrocities on their brethren”. Usually, the villagers have little choice but to oblige. Not only this, if the children stage an escape back to their homes, their families face a violent reprisal from the Naxalites.

Intelligence sources told TOI that the main job of the child recruits is to gather information for the Naxalites. Not only can they spy on security forces’ movements without arousing suspicion, it is easier for the CPI (Maoist) to inculcate these young, impressionable minds with Naxalite ideology. Almost all minor recruits are known to transform into regular Maoists upon attaining adulthood.

Bal sangham in the Dandkarenya region has been operational since 1995. In Odisha, the recruitments are mainly undertaken in Koraput and Malkangiri districts. The Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangh, another left-wing extremist outfit, had recently recruited and inducted several children in Narayanpatna police station area of Koraput.

In Bihar, the erstwhile MCC, now merged into CPI (Maoist), had been recruiting children between eight-14 for its “bal dasta”. The CPI (Maoist) continues to draft children mainly from districts like Aurangabad, Rohtas, Kaimur and East Champaran.

In Jharkhand, the recruitment of children has been reported from Palamu, Chatra, Lohardagga and Latehar districts.


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2. Govt plans to give 2.5 crore mobile phones, 90 lakh tablets free

NEW DELHI: In another mega scheme to woo the poor, the Centre proposes to spend Rs 7,860 crore distributing 2.5 crore mobile phones and 90 lakh tablets virtually free of cost to targeted beneficiaries over the next four years starting 2014-15, in the name of bridging the digital divide in the country.

The mobile phones will come bundled with free connection charges for two years. The user, who will have to pay a one-time charge of Rs 300, will also get 30 minutes of talk time, 30 text messages and 30 Mb of data usage free per month. This scheme will be restricted to the rural population.

Similarly, tablets will be given away to students of classes XI and XII, both in rural and urban areas. These gadgets will have free data card connection for two years.

The proposal has been sent to the telecom commission by the department of telecommunication (DoT). After it’s approved by the commission, the plan will be sent to the Union cabinet.

States to decide beneficiaries

The programme will be implemented by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd on behalf of the government. In the first year, 25 lakh mobile phones and 15 lakh tablets are proposed to be distributed at a cost of Rs 395 crore and Rs 772.5 crore, respectively. In the second year, the department aims to give away 50 lakh phones and 35 lakh tablets at a cost of Rs 880 crore and Rs 1,858.75 crore, respectively.





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2 Responses to “Comrades ! Which side are you on ?”

  1. Sheela says:

    redstarnepal no longer remains the paper of communist, its core has been snatched by capitalist or else.
    very sorry to know that…..!

  2. Sheela says:

    Did the Redstar Nepal comment on our concern, we need to know

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