(Weekly Organ of the Communist Party of India (Marxist)
July 05, 2009
25 Observed As Anti-Terrorist Day Across
LEFT TUs of Bengal have called
upon the toiling masses
to unite and resist the assault by the forces of anarchy and disorder
life. June 25 was commemorated as the
anti-terrorist day by the Left TUs, federations, and the July 12th
through holding of massive rallies through out
From the rallies, a cry arose
against the politics of
murder, mayhem, disruption, and disorder by the rainbow alliance of
parties and groups in
Political resistance will meet
the thrust being
essayed by the forces of disruption to harm the democratic movement and
the working people of their hard-earned rights.
The central rally was held at
The speakers said that much in the manner of the 1970s in Bengal, the present decade has seen the gradual and ill-gotten development of a criminal nexus between the Left sectarian forces, the so-called, self-styled �Maoists,� and the political outfits of right reaction of the worst order. These outfits are engaged in conjunction and collusion with Indian and foreign reactionary elements, to rob the poor of their right to live, the right to pursue livelihoods, and the right to enjoy peace and amity.
An MP of the Trinamul Congress
has recently been found
mouthing the perilous reactionary line repeatedly that a certainty must
that there should be no one left in
Yielding to the attackers will mean that the path shall be cleared, for greater and more intense attacks to be mounted on the mass of the people. The toiling people should also realise that the present target of the attack were the communists and the Left � but in the days ahead, the assault would be made across societal lines for anarchy to raise its hydra-headed menace.