The Communist Party of India (CPI[Maoist]) had called for days of resistance in several districts on January 21 to 26 to mark the cowardly murder of three comrades in a fake encounter in the Karriguttalu forest area on the Telangana-Chattisgarh state border on Tuesday and to demand the release of a cadre of the party. In this regard, several actions were carried out against the old Indian state.


On January 221, suspected combatants of the Peoples Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) blew up a portion of a bridge on Barakar river in Simariya Panchayat of Giridih district, Jharkhand during the wee hours. According to “Telegraph India” around 50 Maoists approached to the bridge attached an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and retreat without any casualties after detonating the explosives. Several posters, demanding the release of a cadre of the party were left behind.


The night before, on January 212, one mobile tower were blown up and another one were torched in Jharkhand’s Giridih district. Also in this case, the combatants managed to retreat without casualties and complications.


The same day3, a police informer were killed and a truck, a JCB-Excavator and another heavy vehicle engaged in road construction work were torched in separate incidents in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district.


Also on January 214,18 vehicles engaged in road construction work were set on fire between Irpnar and Kucher village in the district of Gadchiroli, Maharashtra. More than a dozen tractors, two JCBs and a couple of loaders were among the vehicles damaged in the arson.



Attacks on the infrastructure of the old Indian state are necessary to defend People's War. This infrastructure does not serve the people, but the bourgeoisie in the exploitation of the people and the destruction of the environment and livelihood of the people, through mining projects, deforestation and industrial agriculture. the reaction in the fight against the people's war.