In the past two weeks, the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has again carried out several actions against the old state in the ongoing People's War.

    On August 25, a member of the district reserve forces was shot dead in Narayanpur district, Chhattisgarh state, and two others were wounded. The battle erupted when more than a hundred soldiers were in search of a PLGA camp.

    On August 28, a reactionary militiaman was shot dead and a member of a special military unit was wounded during a coordinated operation of volunteers and special forces in Malkankagiri.
    On August 30, the BJP mayor of the village Chhote Gudrain Dantewada was killed during a election campaign appearance by a PLGA unit. In Dantewada, the old Indian state wants to hold elections on September 23rd.

On September 3, a leader of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the military arm of the Hindu nationalist BJP, was killed by the PLGA in Chhattisgarh state.

These new actions clearly show that the state's attempt to drown the people's war in the blood does not work ,but on the contrary. The people also do not believe in the entire denunciation campaigns against the party, as to the lies about allegedly capitulating party memebers and People's Liberation Guerrilla militias. By now, police forces have emerged as PLGA members to gain food and other peoples support.