The last week the Peoples Liberation Guerrilla Army under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) carried out several actions against the old Indian state.

On February 21 a supervisor of a construction company at Katgaon in the forests of Koyalbed in Kanker district in Chhattisgarh state was killed. Before the combatants retreated from the scene they torched his bike and left a letter warning the people not to engage in road and bridge works in the region. Through such work the region is to be reclaimed in order to fight the people's war more effectively.

On February 24 an exchange of fire between police and members of the PLGA took place near the city of Balaghat in the state of Madhya Pradesh’s Balaghat. The security forces got ambushed during and combine operation in the region. The reaction claimed to have seized many materials from a camp of the revolutionary forces after the shootout.

On February 25 a unit of the PLGA raided the camp of a contracting company engaged in road construction work in the area and set fire to four vehicles. The incident took place at village Champa in the district of Mahuadand in Jharkhand near the border to Chhattisgarh.

Naxal Attack : बलरामपुर के चंपा गांव में नक्सलियों का उत्पात, 4 वाहनों को फूंका

On Fbruary 26 an other gunfight between Maoists and police forces took place in the Kanker district in the state of Chhattisgarh, further information are not known till yet.

The same day a member of the Special Task Forces of the old Indian state got wounded by a bullet during an ambush in the forest area near Puspal village in Narayanpur district, also in Chhattisgarh. The officer had to be evicted by helicopter.

Also on February 26, also in Chhattisgarh in the Dantewada district three policemen got injured by the explosion of a pressurebomb, one of them seriously. The incident happened when the secrity forces were on a combine operation in the area.

Also the same day some posters appeared in the town of Ambayathode in Kannur district in the state of Kerala. The posters called for a struggle against the reactionary Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and boycott of the upcoming census. They were also directed to the Chief Minister and his Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). Two students are accused by the UAPA for alleged links to Maoists.  

On March 03, a banner for the International Womens Fighting Day, on 8th of March were placed in te middle of a street in Bhamragadh taluka of Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district. The banner were secured by a replica of a landmine.

On March 04, an officer of the Central Armed Police Forces got injured during an ambush, carried out by the PLGA. The exchange of fire took place when the police unit were on patrole to secure a construction side in Narayanpur district in Chhattisgarh.

The Indian reaction of course cannot openly admit that they cannot defeat the People's War and have only little to oppose it. Therefore they are always looking for flimsy excuses, this time its bulletproofed helmets. But we all know a war will not be decided by helmets, not even by rifles, it will be decided by the people and the reason they are fighting for.