[Updated] Actions and Activity in Support of the People’s War in India

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Last updated September 22th.

Proletarians of all countries, unite!

From the International Week of Action 13th to 19th of September 2022

Actions and activities carried out for the International Worldwide Action Week from September 13th to 19th for the release of political prisoners, a stop to drone attacks, and in support of the People’s War in India.

The international call issued by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has been translated to several languages, including Spanish and Finnish. The demands raised by the CPI(m) has been translated to Norwegian, Danish.

Vienna, Austria: Demonstration

Netherlands: Demonstration

Madrid, Spain: Manifestation and bannerdrop

Helsinki, Finland: Demonstration

Berlin: Manifestation

Rome, Italy: Demonstration

Frankfurt, Germany: Rally

Tunisia: Manifestation

Hellerup, Denmark: Demonstration

Hamburg, Germany: Manifestation

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Leaflets were distributed at the entrance of the State University of Rio de Janeiro. Several students participated. Posters and a banner were put up.

Helsinki, Finland: Meeting

Bremen, Germany: Meeting

Valencia, Spain: Graffiti

Helsinki, Finland: Flyers

Pernambuco, Brazil: Flyers

Parana, Brazil: Flyers

Minas Gerais, Brazil: Leaflets

Valencia, Spain: Bannerdrop

Grenoble, France: Bannerdrop

Bogota, Colombia: Posters

Galizia: Posters

Espírito Santo, Brazil: Posters

Helsinki, Finland: Posters

Parana, Brazil: Posters

Tampere, Finland: Posters

Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil: Posters

Minas Gerais, Brazil: Posters

Pará, Brazil: Posters and dazibaos

São Paulo, Brazil: Posters

Distrito Federal, Brazil: Posters

Goías, Brazil: Posters

Pernambuco, Brazil: Posters

Turkey: The Communist Party of Turkey / Marxist-Leninist published a statement in support of the People’s War in India, calling for the release of political prisoners.

The Phillippines: Chief Information Officer of the Communist Party of the Phillipines, Marco Valbuena released a statement:

September 02, 2022

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) extends its hearfelt condolences to the Indian people and the Communist Party of India (Maoist) on the untimely demise of Comrade Pandu Naroti, an Adivasi who stood by the working class, peasants and all oppressed and exploited people of India. We extend our sympathies to his family and friends in Mureweda village, a poor Adivasi community in Gadchiroli district, Maharashtra.

Comrade Naroti died in prison last August 25, at the age of 33, after being denied his rights to proper medical treatment. We are saddened and angered over his the death in the fascist dungeons of the Indian government. We hold the Modi regime directly responsible for his murder by violating his rights while in prison.

Comrade Naroti was arrested in 2013 on accusations of violating India’s Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act after being maliciously associated with the CPI (Maoist). Naroti was sentenced by the Modi regime in 2017 with life imprisonment, along with former Delhi University professor and Revolutionary Democratic Front leader G.N. Saibaba and several others.

His murder is not the first in the hands of the fascist Modi regime. A year ago, 82-year old Adivasi rights advocate Fr. Stan Swamy died of ill health in prison. More deaths can be expected as India’s activists, progressives and advocates continue to be locked up by the regime in jail on false charges.

We join the international call for the release of all political prisoners of the fascist Hindutva government. We express support to the planned Worldwide Action Week, which will be led by the ICSPWI (International Committee to Support the People’s War in India), from September 13 to 19 for the release of political prisoners and demanding a stop to drone attacks in India.

For the International Day of Action of July 9th 2022

The call for the International Day of Action of July 9th was signed by 18 organizations from 17 or more countries.

The call was reproduced on several different websites. It was translated to several different languages, including Nepali, Dari, Romanian, Spanish, and Finnish.

A video report was published including many of the actions.

Washington D.C., USA: A lightning demonstration was carried out in front of the embassy of the old Indian state.

Norte de Minas, Brazil: A demonstration was held by the League of Poor Peasants in Norte de Minas.

Elche, Spain: A demonstration was held in a proletarian neighborhood, despite identity checks and intimidation from the police.

Austria: There was speeches, gatherings, demonstrations carried out in different parks in different cities.

Tampere, Finland: A protest was carried out at the central square.

Bergen, Norway: A manifestation was held in the city center and flyers were distributed.

Paris, France: A manifestation was carried out in a working class neighborhood and flyers were handed out.

Berlin, Germany: A protest was held outside the embassy of the old Indian state.

Mexico: A manifestation was carried out.

Helsinki, Finland: A manifestation was carried out in front of the embassy of the old Indian state.

Hamburg, Germany: A demonstration with speeches was held in front of the consulate of the old Indian state.

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Pernambuco, Brazil: A manifestation was held in the streets and flyers were distributed.

Frankfurt, Germany: A protest was carried out in front of the consulate of the old Indian state.

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Valéncia, Spain: A demonstration was held.

Oslo, Norway: A protest was held in front of the embassy of the old Indian state.

Bremen, Germany: A demonstration was held in a working class neighborhood.

Pernambuco: A demonstration was carried out by the League of Poor Peasants (LCP).

Paris, France: Graffiti was put up.

Medellín, Colombia: Graffiti was painted.

Kristiansand, Norway: Graffiti was put up in a central part of the city.

Albacete, Spain: Graffiti was made.

Curitiba, Brazil: Several slogans were painted.

Bremen, Germany: Graffiti slogans were painted.

Chillán, Chile: Graffiti slogan were painted several places.

Goiânia, Brazil: Slogans were painted.

Wuppertal, Germany: Graffiti was painted.

São Paulo, Brazil: Slogans were put up.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Slogans was painted several places.

Freiburg, Germany: Graffiti was put up calling for the demonstration in Frankfurt.

Paraná, Brazil: Slogans were painted in several places.

Colombia: Slogans was painted in a cultural center.

València, Spain: A graffiti slogan was made.

Austria: Several gatherings and political events were carried out.

Eugene, USA: A meeting with a film screening was carried out.

Alcoi, Spain: A study meeting was held, studying the history of the Indian revolution.

Columbus, USA: A film screening was carried out and discussions were held.

Dublin, Ireland: An information stand was set up and flyers were distributed.

Saint Etienne, France: An information stand was set up and flyers were distributed.

Mexico: Leaflets were distributed.

Trondheim, Norway: Flyers were handed out.

Montes Claros, Brazil: Flyers were handed out at an indoor market.

Austria: Leaflets were distributed.

Saint Etienne, France: Leaflets were distributed in mailboxes.

Elche, Spain: Leaflets were distributed, mobilizing for the demonstration.

Toulouse, France: An information stand was set up, and flyers were handed out.

Montes Claros, Brazil: A huge banner was put up in an indoor market.

Umeå, Sweden: A banner was put up on a bridge close to the city center.

Paris, France: A banner was put up.

Colombia: A banner was hung up.

Grenoble, France: A banner was hung up.

València, Spain: Banners were hung up.

Saint Etienne, France: A banner was put up.

Madrid, Spain: The international manifesto for the 9th of July was read in front of the Embassy. A banner was hung up on the fence of the embassy.

Valence, France: Banners were put up in a working class neighborhood.

Barcelona, Spain: A banner was hung up.

Elche, Spain: A banner action was carried out.

Burgos, Spain: A banner was hung up.

Albacete, Spain: Banners were hung up.

Kristiansand, Norway: Posters were put up in multiple places in the city center.

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Bremen, Germany: Posters were put up calling for the demonstration.

Austria: Posters were put up in several cities.

Lyon, France: Posters were put up, including on the consulate of the old Indian state.

Ecuador: Posters were put up for political prisoners in India and in support of the People’s War.

Providence, USA: Activists posted up flyers around town.

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Freiburg and Frankfurt, Germany: Posters calling for the demonstration in Frankfurt were put up different places.

Elche, Spain: Dazibaos and posters were put up.

Alcoi, Spain: Posters were put up.

Burgos, Spain: A big poster was made and hung up.

Essen and Düsseldorf, Germany: Posters were put up calling for the demonstration in Frankfurt.

Ecuador: The Communist Party of Ecuador – Red Sun published a statement. The statement can be read in Spanish here.

Mexico: A poster was made for the day of action.

Ecuador: Posters was made for the occasion.

Vietnam: The text Spring Tunder Over India was translated to Vietnamese for the occasion.

Several documents and material related to the People’s War in India was published on CI-IC on the occasion of the week of the international day of action of July 9th.