December 18:
The Andhra-Odisha State Border Special Zonal Committee of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) issued a message of support for the Anganwadi workers' strike, according to bourgeois sources. An anganwadi is a type of day care center that is mainly found in rural India. The statement goes on to denounce the ruling party in the region for promising to raise wages and increase staff in the anganwadi before the election and not keeping any of its promises after the election.

December 20:
In Gadchiroli of Maharashtra state, a road construction machine and a vehicle were torched and disabled by combatants of the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist). The road construction machine and the vehicle belonged to a construction site for building a new road near the state of Chhattisgarh, where the Maoists are particularly active. As in other cases, the development of roads is often used to provide better mobility for military transports and troop movements of the reactionary army or to open up the countryside for imperialist corporations. This is why these construction sites are often the target of attacks by revolutionaries.

December 21:
Authorities of the old Indian state accuse Maoist forces of setting fire to two buses in Bijapur in the state of Chhattisgarh.

December 22:
In West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand state, according to bourgeois media reports, Maoist combatants blew up railroad tracks, disrupting rail traffic between Howrah and Mumbai for several hours. In addition to the blast, posters and banners calling for a protest week from December 16 and an armed strike were reportedly found at the site.

December 24:
In Bhubaneswar in the state of Odisha, an improvised explosive device blast injured two policemen of a special operations group of the Odisha Federal Police. As is so often the case, the policemen in question were on a so-called anti-Maoist patrol when the explosive device detonated, bringing the patrol to an abrupt end.

December 28:
In the state of Kerala, the Communist Party of India (Maoist) frightened the reaction with just a few posters. Indian bourgeois media reports that posters have appeared in tribal areas in Wayanad district vowing revenge for the murder of a woman comrade and denouncing the killing as part of the anti-people war Operation Samdahan.

December 29:
In Bijapur in the state of Chhattisgarh, a member of the district police was also injured in an improvised explosive device blast, which was part of a patrol along with army units and paramilitary personnel. .