The Communist Party of India (Maoist) commemoration of those immortalised in the struggle for Communism and Revolution, which is held every year betwe
The Communist Party of India (Maoist) commemoration of those immortalised in the struggle for Communism and Revolution, which is held every year between 28 July and 3 August, was held with mass events this year as well.
Within the scope of the “Commemoration Week for the Martyrs of Communism and Revolution”, which started on 28 July, the date of the immortality of comrade Çaru Mazumdar, one of the founding and theoretical leaders of the Indian Maoist movement, and continued until 3 August, Maoists carried out military actions, banners, posters and mass meetings. On 3 August, the last day of the Commemoration Week, public meetings were held in Bastar and Dandarakanya districts of Chattisgarh with the participation of the leading cadres of the CPI (Maoist) and thousands of people.
In the commemoration event, which took place in Bastar under intense security measures of the guerrilla forces, monuments were inaugurated in memory of the immortals, while intensive agitation-propaganda activities for the masses as well as cultural activities were carried out. In the mass commemoration event organised in the Telangana region of Dandarakanya, a monument was inaugurated in memory of Maoist leader Katakam Sudarshan (Anand). Extensive operations were launched by the Indian police after the commemorations.