March 13:
In the well-known Bijapur district of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, a gun battle broke out between members of the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and members of the reactionary district police and special forces. The gun battle was preceded by an anti-Maoist search operation by the reactionary police forces of the old Indian state. The search operation of the reactionary police forces was successfully interrupted by the Maoist guerrillas. According to reports from police circles, an uninvolved woman was injured by stray bullets during the clash. Since the police themselves do not blame the Maoist fighters, the report can be interpreted to mean that the woman was injured by police gunfire.

March 19:
According to the old Indian state, Maoist activity has resumed in the southwestern state of Karnataka, according to its own sources. A unit of forty fighters is said to have called on residents in villages on the border with the state of Kerala to support them. According to the police unit in charge of anti-Maoist operations, two women in particular are said to have played leading roles in agitating the villagers.

March 23:
Along the border between the districts of Bijapur and Dantewada in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, there was also an armed clash between Maoists and security forces of the old Indian state. In this case, too, the firefight was based on an anti-Maoist search operation that took place in the context of securing the forthcoming elections to the lower house of the Indian parliament. During the clash, two reactionaries on the side of the security forces fell victim to an explosion caused by an explosive device and were taken to hospital by helicopter with serious injuries. According to the police, two Maoist fighters were killed in the confrontation. However, especially when interpreting media, articles and reports on people's wars and armed struggle of revolutionaries with reactionary forces, one cannot believe the statements of the reactionary police and armed forces until the revolutionaries and in this case the Communist Party of India (Maoist) itself confirms or negates casualties. Especially in the people's war in India there is a tradition that both the press spokespersons of the old Indian state and the media of the Indian big bourgeoisie and big landowners regularly spread false reports and lies about alleged capitulations of guerrillas, pass off executions of Maoists as battles and also invent deaths in order to present the fight against the people's war as more successful than it really is.

March 29:
A very recent example of such lies are the different statements made by the reactionary police forces and the Communist Party of India (Maoist) regarding a fake and fabricated encounter on March 27 in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh.
The police claimed that an encounter took place on that day in which six Maoist militants were killed. However, the Communist Party of India (Maoist) clarifies that there was no skirmish between the guerrillas and enemy security forces on the day in question, instead two Maoist militants and four villagers were captured, tied up and tortured by the police and subsequently executed. Pictures from social media showing a man tied up in a forest in Bijapur surrounded by security forces of the old Indian state confirm the statement of the communists. This example shows very impressively why one should not believe the enemy's sources, especially in people's wars, which is also the reason why reports about allegedly killed members of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army are not shared without confirmation by the communists.

March 30:
Another example of false propaganda by the old Indian state and its associated media is the report of a gun battle and subsequent killing of four Maoist fighters in the state of Maharashtra. In reality, according to widespread statements by the revolutionaries, four fighters were captured and then executed. An armed strike is now being called against this crime in the state of Maharashtra and also in the neighboring states of Chhattisgarh and Telangana, putting the security forces on alert.

 Symbolic Picture.