Despite the continuation of the counter-revolutionary Operation Prahar by the Indian reaction and the massacres committed by them, the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI(Maoist)] continues to carry out action against the old Indian state.


On November 14, four police informers were killed in a village in Bihar's Gaya district. Previously, a people's court had sentenced the informers to death. After the implementation, before the retreat of the PLGA, they left a statement in which, among other things, they denounced the crimes of the informers and, secondly, called for no cooperation with the reaction under any circumstances. In addition, the houses of the informers were blown up.

Maoists hang four members of a family in Bihar to avenge murders of their  top leaders - Bihar Post


The killed informers were responsible for the death of four PLGA combatants at the hands of COBRA special forces in March 2021 in the same district. In addition, a larger amount of equipment and weapons were lost to the reaction as a result of this betrayal.


On November 20, a call for a bandh (armed strike) was issued for November 27. The bandh is to take place in the states of Bihar, Jharkhand, North Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh to protest the arrest and torture of four members of the CPI (Maoist) politburo, as well as the massacre of 26 unarmed revolutionaries on November 13 in Gadhchiroli district in Maharashtra.


Also on November 20, single-track railway tracks were blown up during a bandh in Latehar district, Jharkhand and West Singhbhum ditistrict in the same state. A diesel locomotive derailed in Latehar and a Mumbai Mail train was stopped in West Singhbum. As a further consequence, train services in two states were completely suspended for several hours.


Maoists blow up railway tracks in Jharkhand, train services disrupted on  Barkakana-Garhwa route - The Economic Times