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Prologue In the evening of 11th July 1996, Bathani Tola in Bhojpur district of Bihar (India) started cracking with gunfire all around. The seven militiamen from Ranvir Sena entered the small village shooting down every human they saw. The headman and the founder of the militia, Mukhiyaji Brahmeshwar Singh was heading ahead carrying two AK-47 rifles, one in his shoulder and other in his right hand. And the six people behind him were also fully armed. Their target was the poor and more than poor lower-class villagers who supported the Communist Party’s radical Naxalite movement in the state. At the first turn of the dark street they saw a man carrying a vegetable bag. Thaak! The bullet shot by the headman Mukhiyaji broke into his forehead. He hit him with his leg to make sure the man was dead. They gave a glance at his motionless body and moved ahead. A woman from a small hut could see the man die. She broke into a loud cry signaling the others to run away from their huts. But again! Thaak! The headman’s cousin Rajveer had already aimed at her and the bullet tore into her private part. A throng of blood from her pubis reddened the entire ground. “Right aim,” said a man tapping his back. “The most ruthless, isn’t it?” Rajveer enquired. “Not yet, perhaps this,” the man named Akhilesh said from far behind. And his rifle roared. The bullet puffed up the abdomen of a very small child trying to escape! “They all are radicalist, kill them off,” he said in his loudest voice. After the three gun-fires the villagers started running away in panic. Some scuttled in furor, some toppled in tremor, and some were shocked and left to be butchered. The six of them were shot by Mukhiaji in a single strike. Remaining twelve people including four women and three children, trembling in fear and gawking in horror, were chopped off one after another. There was a pool of blood all around. Their dead-bodies numbering twenty-one were dragged
Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys
to the center of the village, and they starting cutting off the heads of all of them. After it was done, they packed the heads in a bag and got on the heels to come back to their cesspool. They returned to the corner where their jeep was parked and being looked after by Dharichan Chaudhary who was the co-founder of Ranveer Sena. They were the upper-class headhunter goons from neighboring village Khopira of Bhojpur district. In the morning, the bag was loaded in a truck with a tag letter written by Mukhiyaji himself. The truck was driven to Patna Railway Station, and by the late afternoon, the driver with two other men dragged the bag down to the railway platform. Leaving it in the crowded pedestrian-path, they dispersed at large. From the bag, the human blood started leaking down. Reddening the cotton cover it got dropping down to the ground. First the collies, then the passengers, and then the police took that into notice. They gawk at the letter tagged on it. It read… Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Che Guevara, Mao Zedong, Charu Majumdar, Naxal terrorists, and the Communist Party – you all son of the bitch! You all motherfucker!! And next day, this carnage became a headline of the entire world!
Preface This book is not a work of fiction at all and its story is not just a story but a big gruesome history that is affecting the present of all of us. When said it is a bare truth, a question is raised that how did the author know about it? Yes, to that question, the answer is that when this carnage took place, the author was working as a sub-editor for a newspaper of the state. And he went in person to see the radically affected region of Bihar. Moreover, a few other incidents that you will know about while reading further, he has seen through his own eyes. For those of you who know a little about India, they need to be acquainted with the background of this socio-political mayhem, to get clear with the reasons of bloodbaths in Bihar and the other states of India even today also. And most precisely, you will get the solid answer to your question that why India is number one in ‘Rape’? On the ideology of German philosopher Karl Marx, the Russian Revolution that started in 1917, was an embarkation of Socialism that means a social movement to create a classless, moneyless, and stateless order structured upon common ownership of the means of production as well as a social and political value. Seeing the success of the revolution in Russia, many leaders from different countries went to meet Vladimir Lenin. Among them, a few were Indians also. This doctrine, in due course of time got a new name as Communism which strongly supported the means and rights to be equally given to every citizen of a country. The reason why Indian leaders or so called revolutionaries got inspired was that India was a very fertile land for this philosophy. Even after British had left the country, hunger was and still is the deadliest challenge. In the caste-based social structure of old India, some communities overconsumed the sources of development, some neglected that, and some were hampered to
Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys
even take a taste of it. When the population of deprived communities grew with alarming rate, they started dying of hunger because of meager or no privilege. And that gave the birth to resentment in them. This entire story revolves around the war between the privileged elites and unprivileged dalits of India and its neighboring countries. It opens the stigma of Asia that was covered for decades under moronic smile of cynic politicians. Though killing takes place everywhere including the ultramodern country America also, but the mass killing, mass rape (yes, I mean it), and eruption and suppression of so-called civil war of India that this book highlights, you will rarely find in any other country. Some absolutely true incidents of this kind are not known to some Indians also. And the reason is that people are made sealed-mouth victims of such criminal acts and that is why no media of the world get even a tinge of it. And if a few media-men get to know, they remain quiet because either they support the act or they fear the dire consequences if they published the news. No one wants to put their life on stake. And how can we depend upon media when they are running business on bribes and extortions. Even I was asked to bribe some TV channels for this book which I did not do. And from the year 2012 since I have started writing this book, it has started catching flaks from all quarters. So what you are reading is; A jolting, maddening, and vomit-inducing true-crime thriller! The post-independence mismanagement in the government of India brought many innocent people to starvation, and this melancholy in the downtrodden dalits communities encouraged them for war. And so, they began with capturing the lands which they were giving labors for since centuries, and this instinct was very much generated in them by the Indian Communists. So from socialism, they turned to communism, and from communism they slightly turned to anarchism on the advocacy of lifting up the dying people to the surviving level. This anarchy brought a great challenge to the existence of sufficiently privileged elite communities, and that made them stand for counter-war. This way, the hungry anarchist militants on one side and the aristocratist militants and on the other started slaughtering each other for securing survival. Even today, the radical outfit Naxalism is a great terror for India and some Asian countries, and there is a very less amount of fair, real, and unprejudiced information to be given to the people in the view of pacifism. The filmmakers drawing fiction on this subject for decades are making just fast-and-furious motions on the screen which ultimately appear to be immature and poorly composed. This book is a true and blunt narration of those massacres without adulterating anything because it is understood that the story of this kind does not need any literary animation. And we believe that reading for information is more valuable than reading for enjoyment. The author is the founder of 'Cromosys Corporation' – a company excelling in the fields of education, technology and career management. He is an international level English, French and Spanish language trainer working for a period of thirteen years in several cities of India and the USA. The author is not only down-to-earth but down-to-grave in observing lives from Pandora of monkeys to the sanctuary of monks having studied all the three Holy Scriptures that includes
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Chapter One From the year 2013, we are living in resurrected world. The doomsday prophesied to come in the December of last year did not come. Though natural doomsday didn’t come, the financial doomsday ruined the world in the entire year of 2012. Charles Darwin was very much right when he said: The fittest will survive and the weakest will suffer. And it all happens because the nature is designed in this way. So no matter what country, religion, or society we belong to, we are bound to see justice and injustice, virtue and vice, revival and murder of humans at our every footstep. That was the month of July of 1948, when Charu Majumdar, a revolutionary from Siliguri, West Bengal (India) received a letter sent by his party comrade from Andhra Pradesh to attend the Communist Revolutionaries Telangana Regional Conference. After five days of getting the letter, he went to Kolkata to meet his comrade friend Bhagat Prasad. As they met, they exchanged the views and decided to go for the conference in the next week. The venue of that was in Adilabad district of Andhra. In forty-eight hours of journey, Bhagat, who was from Gaya district of Bihar, got a lot of information about the strategy of communism from his friend, which made him highly motivated to revolutionize Bihar on that ground. The reason why Bhagat’s confidence got increased was, he had seen positive result of the party’s rectification
Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys
Almost all the high profile comrades delivered their speech making people aware of how communism started in India. he joined a local public movement struggling for India’s freedom in which he was briefly imprisoned. According to his view. and after graduating from the college of Bihar he had devoted his life to politics. the farmers and labors of his state were also leading very miserable life. they saw a huge gathering of three thousand people for Telangana Struggle campaign. Charu and Bhagat were welcomed as the senior comrades and during the speech. they visited many villages and spoke to many poor people who had passed their entire life in darkness without getting any light of development. That was the time he decided to join the Communist Party for a greater mission. became the ruling party of India. The Congress. In that turbulence. yet he was reluctant to quit his idea knowing that politics begins from home. there was a need to redirect the poor people to raise their voice for their right. The common-men found the information very interesting. so he did not let the chance go out of his hand. Charu had understood the condition of his state. by his writing skill. or they are misled to die in fanaticism. In the next few years. and destined to tyranny. Tamil Nadu and eastern states. because of the greed of Jawaharlal Nehru sympathized by Mahatma Gandhi. That campaign had brought them a great success and since then the duo had become bosom friends of each other. raising the issues of common and downtrodden dalits people. Since then. After the helter-skelter of eight years. Poverty was un-amendable to them! The next day in the afternoon when they reached Adilabad. the poorclass is either led to cry for separatism. They were accustomed to exploitation. Since the rectification campaign was launched. the British rolled away to their country and in a general sense the revolution also ended. He got a few jobs but did not remain stable with any of them because the scanty income was not enough to quench his thirst of maneuver. conditioned to oppression. he had become the pillar of the Communist Party in Bengal. Kashmir was into the invasion of hungry Muslims and separatism was to be the objective in Punjab.6 campaign a year ago in the countryside of Bihar when they both were the key-role player. he started warming up the thoughts of people throughout the country. Charu failed to make his establishment with position in that greedy association. they got the mass energized with the thoughts of revolution. They met some peasants who were so much conditioned to Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . In the five days of stay. Bhagat Prasad was born in a labor class family. Bhagat was much closed to Charu and he wanted to be also because after Bengal. or betterment. And somehow. And the mission was to removing poverty because the so-called foreign exploitation was gone but the new born pathetic and negligent government was inviting enormous challenges from emerging hunger of the country. In some circumstances. Though he belonged to a landlord family and his father never wanted him to strengthen labor union. Bihar was planned to be mobilized for the social upturn. His father was a freedom fighter. The joint venture of Indian National Congress and the Communist Party for freedom attracted a great number of youths. but he preferred to be the member of the Congress Party in the beginning. Majumdar was born in 1918 in a progressive landlord family of the rural area of Siliguri. And after so much of endeavors for a decade. He dropped out of college in 1938 and started searching for the source living.
Chennai’s was led by Singaravelu Chettiar.N. In 1921.B. Evelina Roy. Marx had explicitly stated that Russia might be able to skip the stage of bourgeoisie capitalism. they just nodded to their points as they had no hope of that. Other socialists also believed that a Russian revolution could be the precursor of workers' revolutions in the West. the two Indians went to Moscow. Though the huge gathering of dalits irked the well-surviving class in the state. During the movement in Russia. With Lotvala’s help. Simultaneously the famous Andhra Thesis for the first Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . and Punjab was led by Ghulam Hussain. Dange. Then a friend of Dange. However. but that didn’t work out. Dange launched the English weekly. set up a library of Marxist Literature in Mumbai. Rosa Mukherji. and the other became the harbinger of the same in Bihar. and this was also the first time the red flag was used in India. One got back into the mission of awakening the poor class in Bengal. one Indian who was impressed with developments in Russia was S. The Indian socialist movement began to develop with the same Russian Revolution. and so he contacted with Anushilan and Jugantar groups in Bengal led by Muzaffar Ahmed. On 1st May 1923.N. Acharya. Mumbai’s group was led by S. In the same month.P. Mohammad Shafiq Siddiqui and M. the party was also active in the Indian independence movement and played a significant role in India's political life. it will piss you off.7 inertia that they had no understanding of the meaning of a social change. largely illiterate peasantry and a minority of industrial workers. he published a pamphlet titled Gandhi vs. Dange from Mumbai. “The truth will set you free but first. the first Indian Marxist journal. a comparative study of the approaches of both the leaders with Lenin coming out as better of the two. Lenin. M. The founding members of the party were M. From 1935 onward.” –Gloria Steinem Chapter Two Majumdar got into writing articles informing people about the birth of communism. but nothing noticeably unpleasant happened. Roy began efforts to organize the members. They met Vladimir Lenin and conveyed their greetings to him.T. who was a local mill-owner. long back in 1871. the duo returned to their native place.A. the Labor Kisan Party of Chennai by Singaravelu Chettiar organized the first May Day celebration in India. Mohammad Ali Hasan. the Communist Party of India was founded in Tashkent on 17 October 1920. At the time of Russian uprising. A. His articles mentioned that the Russian Revolution in 1917 was the first time Bolshevik Party avowed to the theory of Karl Marx seized the power. Lotvala. Getting their confidence increased. Russia was one of the poorest countries in Europe with an enormous. Abani Mukherji. And some other who understood. That was the time when they started nurturing communism to flourish to a greater dimension. Abdul Sattar Khairi and Abdul Zabbar Khairi. a group in Kolkata had contacted Karl Marx in Germany with the purpose of organizing an Indian section of the movement. Socialist. Roy.
He just read about the movement in news but showed no curiosity to run farther from earning his living. and so he crossed over to the Communist Party of India (CPI) to work in its peasant front. At that time Charu was a seventeen years old boy studying in a school. but in 1938. Working for a bigger cause. Maharashtra was at the hike of caste-based politics and it did not want to plunge into separatism or communism. And that was the result that by the end of 1946. Although the CPI was banned at the outbreak of World War II. Seeing such a great success. getting inspired from his father’s dream of seeing India free. he organized a seizure of crops campaign more or less successfully. Later he worked among tea garden workers in Darjeeling. he joined the Tebhaga movement and embarked on a proletariat militant struggle in North Bengal. he had amassed three thousand people under him working for the Communist Party in Bengal. That he continued for couple of years. One was Nathuram Godse and the other was Prabodhankar Thackeray who was the father of the prominent leader Bal Thackeray. after passing out of the school. but soon an arrest-warrant forced him to go underground for the first time as a Radical Left activist. In the following year. he continued the activities among peasants and was made a member of the CPI Jalpaiguri district committee in 1942. The only thing that was bothering the state was the prevalence of Muslim which was being supported by Mahatma Gandhi. “The problem is not the problem. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . he got a great majority of people in his support. the entire state was affected with Great Famine and the first conflict broke out in Jalpaiguri between the landlords and labors of the district. Charu forwarded his willingness to communize Maharashtra with the help of the two. As a result.” –Johnny Depp Chapter Three After reading his articles published in newspapers. His first venture was to organize tobacco workers in North Bengal for independence movement. he got admitted in a college but the family in financial lurch hindered him from continuing his study further. The landlords were not willing to give a share of crops to the labors. he dropped out of college and joined the Indian National Congress Party. and in that case. The power-monger battle inside the Congress left Charu unrecognized. In the next year.8 time demanded that Indian revolution follow the Chinese related stories because the Communist Party of China led by Mao Zedong was significantly succeeding in social upturn. Nepal and Russia supported him with everything they could in order to make Bengal the action station communal upsurge. he started working part-time in a mill while studying in a college. but it did not work out. It is also important to mention that most of his pre-independence struggles were very much driven by the force of freedom-fight which was a great aim of that time. Nathuram was a pen-friend of Prabodhankar at that time. two great writers and thinkers from Maharashtra contacted him in the same year. The promotion emboldened him so much that in 1946. The problem is your attitude about the problem. In fact. The stir shaped his vision of a revolutionary struggle. the Communist leaders of China.
he had started a Marathi newspaper Hindu Rashtra. Gandhi was giving into Muslim interests in ways that seemed unfair and anti-national. Being particularly opposed to the separatist politics of the All India Muslim League. a social activist and author. his father parted away stopping any support to his movement. the Congress got its name in victory of sending the British away and the Communist Party’s name remained a little blurred. He wrote in the Marathi newspapers and had started a fortnightly magazine. His attitude of continuous struggle made his father ask a question one day. In the explanation to his answers. “What? What is the aim of this struggle?” “To dispel hunger from the life of common men.9 Godse had dropped out of high school and become an activist with Hindu nationalist organization named Hindu Mahasabha. Majumdar was left with his communal struggle in six states of the country excluding Maharashtra. It started producing marijuana to sell in the market of China. But later he rejected him after seeing Gandhi's repeated sabotage against the interests of Hindus by using the fast-unto-death tactic on many issues. “Giving a fish removes the hunger of a day.” he replied. And he was much aware of the fact that the revolution for freedom was ended but the revolution for survival never ends. Hearing his words. was one of the key leaders of the Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti which successfully campaigned for the linguistic state of Maharashtra. “And it all happened because of hunger. Somehow. Prabodhankar Thackeray. And he claimed his view right by saying that huger is the root of all revolution. Ultimately. In Godse's view. The Indian labors knew that the company was doing wrong still they worked for them. The East India Company run by British promised to gave jobs to poor Indians.” he said. and so they started working under them. “War is war father. whether it’s for own freedom or country’s. That was the major reason Charu got avowed to his party’s expansion in two of his neighboring states which were Bihar under Bhagat Prasad and Orissa under Yashlok Chandra. In fact the company had no work.” –Confucius Chapter Four Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . The growing intensity for freedom resulted in many killings and after the next few years of struggle India got free. “Are you mobilizing people for freedom-fight or some other war?” his father asked. The Hindu Mahasabha had initially backed Gandhi's campaigns of civil disobedience against the British government.” he replied. he gave very logical statement saying that India was enslaved by British only because of its poverty. Teaching fishing removes the hunger of the entire life.
” “It’s a war against the government. It was such a relationship that even Lord Mountbatten.” His father wanted to be a little stronger with his words to downsize his son’s radical attitude. his father wanted to talk to him one more time. it’s not like that. I am.” “Then what it is like?” “The partiality of the Congress not rectifying land distribution problem is the only reason. her husband himself found it best to turn a blind eye because the trio was in the obsession of having extra-marital and homosexual relationship. It is a peasant movement. Nehru had a deal with his sex partner Lady Mountbatten for India’s freedom. so that he could benefit from any insight into the Indian mind that his wife could pass him at this pivotal time in their history.10 India was free. She was a Jewish whore who Nehru fell in love with. India is still not free of exploiter regime. but the poor and landless dalits had no option but to continue working in the fields of elites for a pittance.” “Yes.” his father shouted. It has its own government. Charu. India is free. He had given his thirty years to the Congress and being a loyalist to the party he could Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . and the freedom to cast a vote was a distant dream. He knew it would be tough but he continued the argument. They are the birds of same feather. “I heard you are supporting the Telangana Struggle. “No. Lord Mountbatten even encouraged it.” his father just cried out as he couldn’t bear any insult. “Not going to teach.” “Are you insane?” “You don’t know the reality. the Telangana Struggle in the south of Andhra Pradesh was about to emerge with many villages as the part of a peasant movement. father. He also said that it was all done because Lady Mountbatten urged the Viceroy of Delhi for the transition of power to Nehru. Their womenfolk were raped at will and they couldn’t even sit on a cot outside their sparse huts. There was rampant exploitation.” “Shut up. But Charu continued saying what he wanted to. the Congress being the ruling party in the center but un-ruling for the public was tagged ‘pig parliament’ by the commonalities because the amount of development the country required was not being formulated. Moreover.” “Now. “So you’re going to teach the Congress now?” he asked. Knowing that Charu was involved in a big upturn. His father couldn’t hear any more bad words. They were denied access to the village pond. Perhaps that was the last talk between the father and son. I’m going to retort the bastard association of them. He said that the power was just handed over to Nehru for the time being. And that was the result that in the same year.” “The Congress is also exploiter like British. By the end of 1947. so he closed his ears and stepped away from there. He also said that Feroze Gandhi was infatuated with Kamala Nehru and conducted a long and satisfying affair but later he married her daughter Indira.
Godse was sentenced to death. Gandhi died almost immediately. They believed that too Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . That was the time the Congress Party got calmed down for a year. The assassination of Gandhi brought a complete doldrums in the country. The words of his son made him so upset that he never faced his son in his entire life again. Bapu is already late. He was against Gandhi's personal teachings of extreme or absolutist nonviolence. “Brother. He was put on trial at Peterhoff. 1949. But if lose you should not be there to explain.” –Adolf Hitler Chapter Five The independence brought partition along. The party had understood the amount of violence as an outcome if the public’s need is ignored. He approached him on January 30. The person who was held blameworthy for this unrest was Mahatma Gandhi and the person who could not bear Gandhi’s partiality was Nathuram Godse. People started losing their belief in peace and justice. But in the same time of socio-political strife. 1948 at Birla House during the evening prayer. He cannot meet you now. Godse left for Delhi to meet Gandhi." The moment Gandhi bowed down for prayer.11 not tolerate anymore bad-mouthing about Jawaharlal Nehru. They considered humanity damaged after his death. He sent a message to one of his female attendants that he wants to meet him. “If you win you need not explain. and thereby becoming permanently enslaved. Godse pushed Abha aside and shot Gandhi in the chest three times at point-blank range with a Beretta M 1934 semi-automatic pistol. Charu and Bhagat were much aware of the facts that Russia and China would stand for great support if the civil war is started in the country. He thought that such non-violent ideology would lead to Hindus losing the will to fight against other religions. the communal colossus upsurge was being irrigated by the Communist Party and that resulted the huge gathering of thousands of people by the end of the year in Andhra Pradesh. In the beginning of January 1948. and when Pakistan separated. Charu wanted to contact Nathuram again but a week later got a reply that he was busy in his own mission. Godse himself shouted 'POLICE' and surrendered himself. it left hundreds of thousands of people dead in the wake of religious unrest. which he saw as a matter of self-defense. The Communist Revolutionaries Telangana Regional Conference was the result of the same irrigation and that was the beginning of a new revolution in India. But the girl Abha Chattopadhyay came to him and replied as if she wanted to put him off. and on November 8. In the last week of January. Shimla which housed the Punjab High Court.
Seeing a great gathering to great him. his age was in the need of a life-partner but his mission wanted him to remain single. During the talk he felt that she had the zeal and potential to become the leader of the party. many of the party cadres came to meet him as he was already portrayed a great revolutionary of the nation. Finally. while doing a soul-scan for true love. Charu remembered the amount of struggle he had laid in his life. “Do you think I’m doing right.” Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . And she also knew that strengthening his mission was her only aim. “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. That Telangana Struggle became so aggressive in its kind that in the same year of 1948. The majorities of Bengalis were very hopeful about his leadership. They were firm in their ideology that necessity is the mother of invention but father of crime. “Will you support me for this?” “Yes. Marrying a custombound girl meant quitting ambition and starts a family life. he had a long conversation to know about her political views. And your mission is also right. After he came out of prison. Her name was Lila Sengupta who had come to join the CPI from Jalpaiguri. The movement in its Marxist–Leninist interpretation was blamed to be influencing the mass with the intense rivalry between the socialist world and capitalist world because of its emphasis of proletarian revolution to secure all political power after the revolution for the working class. “Yes. The word communism. In a year of companionship they decided to get married as he got confirmed with the belief that she was a perfect match for him. which is derived from Latin word communis with the meaning of common or universal. And who to marry was also a great question for him. He confirmed her joining and from the next day she found it her duty to support his shoulder. In the following month the CPI was banned and he spent the next three years in jail. forever.12 poor country like India had no other way but to revolt for equalizing social setup. you’re right.” she replied. a girl came in his contact. the Congress labeled it a militant activity and the emerging power of the Communist was disowned. Lila?” he asked her once. And it was because of its theory of holding a specific stage of historical development that inevitably emerged from the productive forces to lead to a superabundance of material wealth allowing for distribution based on need and social relations. After he met her.” –Albert Einstein Chapter Six The day he came back to Kolkata from Andhra. had become a threat to the established social setup in India. which he didn’t want to do.
Gradually. Charu knew his family’s condition but he was firm to not fall in corrupt hand for earning money by hook or crook. In the history of Western thought. Almost two thousand labors became the member in which many of them were tribal who used to work in lands. The confrontation between the elite and non-elite started Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . In mid 1960. From almost four northern districts of the state two thousand people had joined the party. The land his father owned was already sold out for bread and they were left with just a house and a small amount of money. Primarily it was noticed that land issue in India was the major point of the movement. seeing the growth of the party. after being supported. Since childhood. some people from upper-class also started joining the CIP because they thought that the dalits more in population can make their candidate win. The Spartacus slave revolt in Rome and the fifth century Mazdak movement in Iran had been described as communistic for challenging the enormous privileges of the noble classes and the clergy. Bagat Prasad married Maya Chaudhari who hailed from Ara district. certain elements of the idea of a society based on common ownership of property was also traced during that period. But after a year. were getting strengthened to speak up. Charu Majumdar wrote various articles based on Marx-Lenin-Mao thought and organized a leftist faction in the CPI in Darjeeling district. They settled at the native place where he had his ailing father and unmarried sister living in abject poverty.13 That kind of encouraging reply Charu hadn’t got from anyone yet. and the couple moved to Siliguri which was the centre of his activities for a few years. In the following year Bagat remarried Maya’s younger sister Kusum Chaudhari and took a great care of Nagendra making sure that he should not feel that Kusum was his stepmother. He knew that he was fighting against social corruption and a leader like him should not stoop down from the standard. Maya lost her life during confinement while giving birth to her son Nagendra. They got married her in January 1954. But the situation was such that any betterment brought to the unprivileged was perceived to be snatched from the elite class. criticizing the institution of private property and for striving for an egalitarian society. So the fight was the only option people were left with. but it was also a fact that no other party were interest to resolve matter because they were afraid of losing elite vote bank. A broad smile came on his face as he heard that. In the year 1955. after a long time of struggle. The downtrodden people who had never raised their voice against any injustice thrust upon them. The years were passing and little by little the condition of the unprivileged people was getting better because of the union support. had attracted a great number of people. Bagat Prasad. he got attentive in keeping his mind in shape of accepting the political doctrine to become a Communist leader. had also secured a vast expansion in Bihar. The party’s manifesto of a free society with no division or alienation or any kind of oppression and scarcity.
a group of landlords sitting in the hall made a fun of him. They used foul language insulting the unity of dalits for fighting the election. and North Korea. or their descendant parties. A first counter-move was the issuing of a fatwa. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . the states controlled by communist parties under a single-party system included the People's Republic of China. These were factors that contributed a stir in labor class for better living. The came closed to scuffle but the authorities sitting in the hall calmed them down. Ramnaresh Prasad was given the ticket. communists held a majority in the parliament. A great number of anticommunist propagandas were also published in those years. Vietnam. Along with Laos. “Why? You’re abusing social fabric by standing in our front. “How gave you the right to do so?” one other landlord enquired.” –Socrates Chapter Seven The year 1967 was very crucial to the party because that was year of assembly election in Bihar and Bengal. Vietnam. Laos. For the first time the party gave fourteen tickets to its comrades in Bihar and twelve in Bengal. “Men are born mad but some remain so. the colonial authorities were clearly disturbed by the growing influence of the Communist sympathies in India. Communist parties. urging Muslims to reject communism. At the same time prices of essential commodities increased. Chinese economic reforms had started during those years under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping. The South African Communist Party was a partner in the African National Congress-led government. but the country was not run under single-party rule. The People's Republic of China had reassessed many aspects of the Maoist legacy. “Please don’t abuse us. and Cuba.14 creating bubbles in Bengal. In Nepal.” one of the comrades said. the party had reduced state control of the economy in order to stimulate growth. From Bhojpur assembly of Bihar. Cuba. Several other communist states had also attempted to implement market-based reforms including Vietnam. The reason why upper-class had started reacting negatively was that since 1960. which was prone to fight. The Home Department established a special branch to monitor the communist influence and the Customs were ordered to check the imports of Marxist literature to India. And the People's Republic of China was to start Special Economic Zones dedicated to market-oriented enterprise free from central government control. remained politically important in a number of other countries. President Dimitris Christofias of Cyprus was a member of the Progressive Party of Working People. The day he went to fill the nomination form.” one landlord said. and the day came near when Majumdar got issues after issues every day of social suppression. The Communist Party of Brazil was a part of the parliamentary coalition led by the ruling democratic socialist Workers' Party. On global prospect. The first and second World Wars were accompanied with a rapid increase of industries in India resulting in a growth of an industrial proletariat.
In next second they broke the glass and two of them pulled Ramnaresh out. Sensing something wrong Ramnaresh didn’t come out unless he could see who the people in the truck were. From the next year. resulting in an inability to grow anything on their land. war becomes the only solution. and those who were privileged did not want to lose their possession. That was the year that gave birth to lawbreakers in India in the name of communism and counter-communism. The uppers just couldn’t stomach that the poor were trying to rise for their rights. Ramnaresh and all the comrades accompanying him were beaten up by the hooligan-type landlords in that ground. when Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Even being suppressed also. But a matter getting solved legally was unacceptable socially. but soon it acquired the character of an armed outfit with the declared aim of liquidating communism.15 But the Communist styled reformation in India was painful to may civilians. The red flag was to indicate its transfer to a landless family. “You are encouraging the poor to fight. This victory aggravated elites in Bhojpur and gradually the northern part of the state and some parts of Uttar Pradesh also. As they came closed to the jeep. First you fight us. Just then. a truck coming from opposite side jammed the way. there was a big ground his jeep had to pass by. the Communist got five members elected in Bihar and seven in Bengal giving close encounter to the Congress. Those who got some land legally from the government could not wrest its control from the landlords. “You motherfucker!” said one of the goons. He was accompanied by two of his relatives and ten party supporters. a group of landlords jumped out of the truck. At that time it was difficult to find out the path of justification. It was considered unlawful by a vast majority and that was the result that Ramnaresh Prasad standing in the hall for filling the form was being humiliated by them. people were killed by the henchmen of upper castes once they got possession of land. Often a red flag was planted on surplus land which was above the legal ceiling and common land which was occupied illegally by upper-caste landlords. First he was slapped and then the three of them started beating. After a couple of years.” a strongman said. They were ten in number all carrying batons. Initially it was floated on the pretext of raising agrarian demands by the hobnobbing leaders. The CPI had started mobilizing people on issues of land and better wages. the anger and suffocation of dalits started getting into the form of leftist and radical attitude. He was hospitalized for the entire week and this incident irked the electoral tension in entire Bihar. “What politics you are going to play?” the other just uttered. Before entering the market area. Ramnaresh took a market route to come his home. the two of them pulled the driver off his seat and threw him down. Those who were unprivileged since generations wanted their right. The powerful government officials and politicians cutting across their party lines started getting amassed to form a group. When the situation is complicated. and on the other there was an obstinacy to boycott. Landlords who refused to toe the line had to face economic blockades. The moment the vehicle passed half of it. On one side there was a persistence to form a new law. In some cases. While returning.
Any dalit facing an issue was brought to him and he solved the matter. He spent two years in Bengal during which many things happened and some of them became the headlines of history forever. The farmer and labor union was the need of time and the base of new politics. The frame of oppression. in the month of February. Charu got his views broadened about the party’s movement but the overall situation started getting tensed between the both classes. and if no arrest was made. In theory.16 the Bihar government issued licenses for firearms to landowners in Bhojpur and Patna districts to enable them to fight the growing leftwing influence. There were two purposes behind the call. But they never wanted the issue to be resolved also. the dalits were left under suspicion considering it a part of oppression. and if there is politics. the upper-class would feel the lack of justice due to frustration. The poor had to fight because they were not able to meet the expenses of life. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . The main purpose was to observe and learn from the condition of the state. In February of the same year Majumdar’s ailing father’s health got worse. All the politicians were taking political advantages by blaming the government of failing to enforce the law on the land. From the Communist viewpoint. In the end of the same month his father died. The duo started village campaign in the district to help the farmers and labors. and its politics also needs poverty. Bhagat being present there was a great support to him. And so. then there is no need of politics. If in some cases an arrest was made. that was the time the bloodbath started in Bihar. The reason for him to spend time there was to learn and apply the theme in his own state especially in Gaya and Bhojpur. Both are necessary elements of each other. If there is peace. monopoly and physical as well as monetary exploitation existing in the society were directly challenged by him.” –Plato Chapter Eight In the beginning of 1968. the conflict was the failure of implementing the 5th and 9th Schedules of the Constitution of India. He called his friend Bhagat sending a letter. these Schedules provide for a limited form of tribal autonomy with regard to exploiting natural resources on their lands limiting the possession by landlords and distribution of excess land to landless farmers and laborers. and the rich also had to get into fight because they didn’t want to become poor. Going into the reverse order is not in the genetic makeup of any living creature. a local newspaper published news calling him a hardcore Communist of Bengal. then there would be no peace. The country like India is such a Pandora Box that its poverty needs politics. After the death of his father he moved to Darjeeling along with his friend. What they held since generations was believed to be their birth right. “Improve yourself and you will find that the world is less by a rascal. But that was the time when everyone was speaking and no one was listening. This situation was exactly what the change of time and irrigation of politics brings out.
On 25th May in the afternoon Majumdar called a group of five labors and instructed them about their next step. That was the time when the people of both classes had to use their minds to avoid any possibility of blood-shedding. For next two months. as they did not come home. The screaming cry of the lady brought their neighbors after the goons were gone. They were hiding their faces a little so that others couldn’t call them for a talk. and thrashed them on the ground. there came a day which begot an issue capable of occupying greater dimension in the political history of Bengal. but the landlords feeling insecure with the emergence of farmerlabor union were also in no mood to surrender their economic and political power without a fight. they planted a red flag! But while coming back. A man ran to call Majumdar and within half an hour he came there. they were surrounded by the goons of Purushottam. Then they started beating with batons until they got unconscious. After two hours. Finally they were found in the bush. who were mostly labors. They thought the landlord would be arrested. And so they had started employing criminal gangs against the communist groups. And then. Bhairo ran from pillar to post knocking the doors of judicial houses to help him gain his capture on the land back but nothing happened.17 After some minor conflicts. A few people could see that they were holding something in hand but left unnoticed. This case was brought into the consideration of the faction of two thousand labors. This incident evoked the uproar in the entire district and more than five thousand people. they gagged their mouth with mud and threw into the bush. They grabbed their necks. Seeing no one around. Bhairo would get his land back and the matter would be solved. In the evening. gathered around Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . They caught all the five of them as they could not run away. Though he (Bhairo) had the judicial order to plough his land but Gosh had beaten him away. They were taken to the hospital and a case was logged against the landlord. their family started searching for. they met at the corner of a street and started moving together. a youth named Bhairo from the tribal family came to Majumdar crying bitterly. This incident written in the eight articles by Charu himself is known as the Historic Eight Documents which have been seen as providing their ideological foundation that revolution must take the path of armed struggle on the pattern of the Chinese revolution. twisted their hands. Many of them condemned the beating and the dalits being a combination of the farmer and tribal got associated to retort this unsocial act. But next day. He was left bleeding in cot while his wife was roped in a wall. in Naxalbari village of Darjeeling. His body was bleeding with wounds. the same goons went to Bhairo’s house and beat his elder brother nearly to death. After ten minutes of walk they reached the land. On 2nd March of the same year. While telling the problem he said that his father’s land was forcefully captured by a strong-arm landlord Purushottam Gosh of the village.
The moment the inspector took the revolver in hand. the badly injured inspected breathed his last. The incident echoed throughout India and almost ten states of the country supported the Communist movement. After the police were gone. Seeing the situation getting worse. and the rebellion dalits supported by the Communist Party brought Naxalbari village to doom in their continuous violence of seventy-two days. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . They were left to wrestle until their own end. more police force was called in. the six tribal attacked him with sickles. They started shouting fever-pitch slogans and that brought the police sub-inspector to file the case of attempt-to-murder. The police force threw a shootout at 2 p. the parliamentarian of the district was informed about it. and fifty people from Naxalbari village left for the land. Majumdar was arrested at 10 a. it took the shape of class-war and the elites being backed up by the police and the Congress Party. as they saw the inspector getting collapsed. In a twenty minutes of drive to the hospital. The houses were set on fire.m. At the same time Majumdar was informed that they had headed toward the land.m. Within no time he with Bhairo. and in the first step. took their steps back and signaled Purushottam’s hooligans to go out of the land. They reached the house of Purushottam and killed two of his guards and three people inside.” –Anonymous Chapter Nine This village-conflict was taking a shape of a movement in its own. “Every human life on earth is warfare. The landlord Purushottam with ten hooligans were standing at one side of the land and from the other side Bhairo’s group of fifty people approached. in which five tribal-men were killed and forty arrested. Some of the tribal-men were carrying sickles along. The parliamentarian from the Congress allowed the crackdown over the tribal. and the government properties were vandalized in that hue-and-cry of months. The inspector with five policemen came to stop the tribal from making any scuffle. Getting control was neither in the hand of the government. his family members. They could not find Purushottam there. The rebel cadres led by Majumdar launched an uprising in the streets and finally they also reached there. The policemen. As he died in the afternoon. in the morning. Purushottam bribed two thousand rupees to the senior inspector and they marched to the land next day to throw out the red flag away. the rebellion group of tribal broke up in the night for avenge. nor in social-workers. Gradually it spread into other villages of the district by the underground groups. To take a control over the situation. the cattle were killed on roads. and his neck was slit to bleed. The operation continued for three hours. on the very same day. From next morning.18 Bhairo’s house for avenge.
The states like Punjab and Tamil Nadu got a little diversified diluting separatism in their movement. they prefer to communicate in their own language. Now there had been three segments in it. Mainly the weapons were bought from China and through Nepal they were brought to Bengal and Bihar. He never came in limelight.19 And that was the day Naxalism was born! As instructed by Charu. Naxal activity got strong support from Bihar. and third the mediator and facilitator among the first and second. and because of that attitude many problems persist in their society. The sickle. and so there was no fear in him to get arrested or killed. power. Naxalism that was born for right cause got into fighting wrongly. creed. a thinker from New Delhi said last month that ninety percent of Indians are idiots. money. Kerala and eastern states. the party formulated an exigency that all the labors those who had been working for the lands. In the same year of 1968. or religious priests. to get the land-sliding support. And this way. they will blow the same trumpet. the entire north region of unprivileged class. The separatism in Punjab was backed up on religious ground and Tamil Nadu on racial ground. Uttar Pradesh. had the right to keep the possession over the land. who were longing for a table-turn of the social standard. Kerala and Tamil Nadu are leading. at the time of replying his nationality. That was the time of severe agitation creeping into the sense of privileged class. and weapons. second the militia groups. It was a matter of absurdity for nationalist India to have so many antinational Indians. and the landlords had no right to throw them off. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . In the name of caste. say his state’s name. there are many political vultures that are eating the country’s soul. first contesting the election. In this. Kerala. In recent past the separatism in these two states killed two great leaders of the country with the help of foreign terrorist leaders. started hoisting the Communist flag. Karnataka. seventy percent of that was spent for buying weapons. and languages. The backwardness of India is begetting many buffoons of this kind everyday. No matter how much you teach them English. scientists. and star became the symbol of the flag indicating the unity of farmers and labors of both Hindu and Muslim religion. And the states such as Uttar Pradesh. Bhagat Prasad remained a silent observer of the colossal calamities degrading human standard in the region. and when the necessity increased. Even today there are many Indians who justify separatism! On the racial and religious belief. and with the investment of millions. The political and semi-political people got involved in supplying guns to the mercenaries. He doesn’t speak that he is an Indian. No matter you make them scholars. and Punjab also gave flying-color support to the party. they never agree to the point that India is a country. He thinks that his state itself is a country. And that is why. hammer. There are many Indians who. The society was splitting in the classes and both classes were getting inclined to amassing majority. The money they got in donation. Andhra. Orissa. they were trained to attack police forces and snatch their arms.
“What’ll Pakistan get out of that?” the Chinese foreign mister enquired. Approximately fifty million dollars Pak spent for buying guns from European countries and supplied to India. They gained a strong presence among the radical Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . They waited for him till a year. When the agent asked about the goal. Following the principle of ‘enemy’s enemy is friend’. “The time of cold-war is gone.” said the ISI agent.20 “When injustice becomes law.” The minister said that China was not interested in religious war but it would like to cripple down India for its own goal. Their basic need was food. And this way. It began with the broaddaylight attacks on government property. a huge amount of arms and ammunitions were brought in. The comrades. and for food they were ready to do anything. and oppressed men and women of lower-class got it an opportunity to fight for revenge. “We’ll get Muslim nationalism stronger in the country. resistance becomes duty. so that during the war they could invade into the country. police. a Tiffin-box was dropped in during the day. Pakistan took the guarantee of supplying weapons and China of financial support. The depressed. and Russian comrades to make south Asia a portal of terrorism. Raghu was briefly introduced to Majumdar long back. the minister smiled and replied. suppressed. Their motive was to weaken India’s stature. the Pakistan’s Secret Intelligence Agency – ISI sent an ambassador to China. From Islamabad through Kashmir. and the rich and established societies were taught to them to be their enemy. But they agreed upon powering up the Communist red flag to evoke war. During that period the duo developed contacts with the Nepalese. Bhagat’s son Nagendra was now also growing to follow the footsteps of his father. and army. And a week later the meeting was called in a five-star hotel of Beijing. taking the border roadways of Nepal with the support of Maoist Nepalese. “Invasion” The meeting got over after a few other talks that lasted for barely ten minutes. Fighting for their own right became their principle. sub-comrades and party workers were elected on large scale and sent to the forest area for arms training. We want civil war to grow in India.” –Thomas Jefferson Chapter Ten In the following year which was 1970. Bhagat Prasad came back to Bihar and contacted his cousin Raghu Paswan from Bhojpur district. In every house of which a man had joined the militia. There was a different section for girls also. who was enthusiastic to join politics. the Naxalites in both of the states started killing all and sundry. Chinese.
their whole course of struggle paralyzed the system in the country. The chaotic and anarchist operation brought almost three hundred people to death. declared that revolutionary warfare was to take place not only in the rural areas as before. counter-anarchy became the need to time. and Delhi's prestigious St. they should go on an all-out offensive move. The mood remained upbeat and the powerful demonstrations in thousands of places rent the air. Their repeated attacks on the people and their functions by grabbing lands planting red flags had taken a shape of mayhem in the entire north region. The lectures in schools and colleges were adjourned! The traffic on roads was minimized! And the trade in cities was slowed down! Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Throughout Kolkata. politicians of the right and left and others. to entice more students into his organization. schools were shut down. police officers. with expanded armed strength declared their mission to be the assassination of the main Congress leaders in Bihar. To retort their anarchy. university teachers. They all became the hotbed of Naxal activities. Their nihilist attitude of no-negotiation remained a terror in the year of 1970. And the Naxalites proclaimed themselves lawbreaker civilians! A positional war stretching for months went on against the gangs of armed landlords. The offence tuned into a stalemate and they growing in size. Charu Majumdar went on hiding from places to places after being sure of his ignition had spread fire-clouds all over the sky. you will die in crime. and alma mater of many other contemporary Indian leaders. Kolkata. Their headquarters became Presidency College. and humanitarians themselves were gone into identity crisis. The students left school to join the Naxalites. keeping no limit to their misdeed. a dictum that Naxalites should assassinate individual class enemies such as landlords. The government was crippled.” Chapter Eleven The Naxalite in Bihar started wreaking havoc on upper castes.21 sections of the student movement in Kolkata. Naxalites took over Jadavpur University and used the machine shop facilities to make pipe guns to attack the police. Stephen's College. police were startled. Being capable of creating trouble and organizing massacres. Thus he declared an annihilation line. Many comrades felt that instead of just defending themselves. They found supporters among some of the educated elite. businessmen. leaving no room for complacency. Majumdar. but everywhere and spontaneously. “If you can’t fight for justice.
22 The crime against crime. and annihilation against annihilation became the bylaw of the state in the birth of next year. And Brahmeshwar Singh was the son of one of the landlords who had beaten Ramnaresh Prasad in 1967 election in Bhojpur. in the afternoon of June 23rd 1971. People came in buses and trucks and the entire ground was filled with people.” a man angrily replied. In the second round. we are in Third World. That was an encouragement to them to attend the meeting that was dubbed as rally. They all jumped into the trucks which were in the free service. It was a great co-incidence that Nagendra. The Congress was bound to support them otherwise Naxal outbreak had wiped out the government forever. In the first round of speech. then these people are peace-maker armies. The call of the hour was to charge the atmosphere dangerously with caste wars by committing organized massacres of dalits in all unlawful and dehumanizing manners. who was the son of Bhagat Prasad. Some of the forefronts of the Congress and the new-born Bhartiya Janta Party advocating stronghold of Hindu religion preferably in upper-castes gave a green signal to the formation of counter-Naxal militia group. Many of the students evacuated colleges to attend the meeting.” Brahmeshwar replied. “Why International Council of Human Welfare hasn’t turned ears on us?” someone asked. Nagendra heard everything keeping his eyes open. From a week before. “Who are these people?” asked Nagendra. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . killing against killing. “For them. It is quite logical to assume that Nagendra was in the favor of Naxalism because his father was the Communist commander of the state. “They want to fight Naxalites. had his classmate friend Brahmeshwar Singh in Jain College of Ara. In some literate societies the questions were raised.” “If they are revolutionaries. Nagendra also came to the venue where they met their village-friend Dharicharan Chowdhury. Making loud noise and commotion almost all the students reached the ground. Following the policy of ‘eye for an eye’. That was the first meeting organized by upperclass in India to check Naxalism. With Brahmeshwar. two thousand people gathered at Sanatan Temple in Bhojpur. all the schools and colleges of Ara and Bhojpur districts were on high alert in the view of Sanatan Temple meeting.” Their conversation couldn’t continue any longer between the two because of social split sensitivity. they wanted young-men to come to the stage and share their thoughts. “Why to fight? Naxalites are not committing crime?” “Then what’re they doing? Charity works?” “They are revolutionaries. the political leaders narrated all the misdeeds Naxalites had committed till the date. Nagendra was sitting next to Brahmeshwar in the classroom and suddenly they saw a mob entering the college waiving all the students to vacate the classrooms.
That was day when counter-war began in North Bihar with Ranveer Sena being avowed enemy of Naxalites. They are firing at us in broad daylight. The commonality in high and low tuned praises seeing their new King. Brahmeshwar started his speech: “We have to eliminate Naxal terrorism from India. and that was committed to Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . and I take this challenge in my hand. We cannot tolerate it anymore. They are weakening the strength of the country. wise and circumspect young man took his step ahead! A great number of people narrowed eyes at him. The people adored him with joining hands as Singh was moving ahead. and robbing our rights. Later in the evening. Their Lord was heading toward the stage! Seeing his move Dharicharan also followed him. The Sena had conceived the principle of a caste-supremacist fringe militia group. and so they began amassing arms and ammunitions for the outbreak. Some people from political background came on stage to give the rifle AK-47 to him. Nagendra did not want to stay there anymore so he ran away. He was named Mukhiyaji (headman) on stage! After that many people came to garland him. provided allowances and other benefits. They thought that was the best time to open first attack.” He continued… “The Communist views that the more dalits population the greater vote bank is very much propped up by socio-religious anti-Indians as the most effective tool to divide Hindus and indulge them in a conflict within. They are breaking the backbone of our country and we’ll become the slave of China. Being the first man to come to the stage. they got the news that Charu Majumdar was to come to Bhojpur to address a Communist meeting next week.” India – upward! Naxalism – downward! All the two thousand people started shouting slogans in his support. This is the only solution. The group of men standing behind gave a cheerful applause. The final year student of graduation Brahmeshwar Singh did not think about his academic career but took the weapon in his hand. Their doctrine is killing innocents. our doctrine is genocide. under the leadership of him. capturing our lands.23 The moment it was announced… Brahmeshwar. the people welcomed him with great clapping. From their informers. tall and well-built. all the landlords of the village formed the militia named Ranveer Sena ensuring that their supporters well equipped with weapons.
” said Dharicharan. Just then. To avoid any mishap. there was Bhagat and his son as well. and Charu was still speaking. The comrades were quite aware of the situation and they were not willing to expose Charu too much there. The bullet. From the house Ranveer Sena had already been watching the scene for two hours. He aimed at the chest of Majumdar and placed the finger on trigger. He started telling the people how the central government was trying to destroy their mission of farmer-labor union. The third bullet fired at Nagendra hit the wall as he had slipped off the stage.24 carry out actions against the outlawed naxals in an effort to prevent the so-called reforms aimed at their emancipation. “Now we should leave. Majumdar may survive. But before he could pull the trigger… Charu’s microphone got a glitch and that made Bhagat Prasad move up a little to check. He aimed for a second shot and that rammed into the right shoulder of Majumdar. the police force was keeping a watch at all corners.” he replied. as scheduled before. The systematic disorder had deranged the harmony of society. Charu came one step forward securing center point of the stage for better view. In the next week. He knew that he would continue speaking for another five minutes. “What happened? Who died?” enquired Akhilesh “Bhagat is dead. Food brings any amount of crowd in India! He came on the stage and started speech holding the wired mike in hand.” –Anonymous Chapter Twelve Neither Bengal had a siesta in peace nor did Bihar come out of the fear of jinx. The agitation of both the classes was making them open gun-fire every now and again. The police will come. but a speech to be delivered by him was necessary. Charu Majumdar came to Bhojpur to address a rally in the main town. Many of them were present to have a plate of wafers. missing Charu for barely four inch broke into the head of Bhagt. at far corner of the ground a window of a house opened. By then. Almost two minutes had passed. and Mukhiyaji opened the socket of his gun to put the bullet in. Almost seven hundred people were hurdled in the ground. People used to sleep in day and keep watch in night to keep the slaughterers away. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Mukhiyaji had already pulled the trigger. Dharicharan and one more companion Akhilesh were standing behind. “Experience is the name of calamity you have overcome. Looking at Charu Majumdar’s white attire Mukhiyaji took the black gun in his hand. Among ten comrades accompanying him.
The Central Government issued a letter to the Chief Minister Siddhartha Shankar Ray to take the situation under control. The post-attack situation in Bihar had turned the table and the government authorities got into finding out the ways to downsize Naxal movement.” he replied. the Naxalites got wild after that attack. He was rushed to the town hospital and after two hours of effort the doctors could be able to say that he was safe. Ray read in the newspaper about Sanatan uprising and consequent attack on Communist cadres in Bihar. That is the only solution. He was given round the clock police protection and more than that there was the duty of twenty comrades to keep round-the-clock vigilance. They rolled back to forest. They committed many robberies in market and molestations in trains.25 They had jumped over the boundary-wall of the house before the police arrived. They targeted upper class and started killing them wherever they found. In the town area of Jalpaiguri. Next week. The Communist cadres from Nepal and Assam sent two hundred mercenaries to Darjeeling. “Do you think it is fair?” “Then what they are doing is fair?” Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Within a week. The very next day he called fifteen senior police officers of Kolkata to his house. It was a horrific scene in the state and there was no one and almost nothing to stop them.” –Proverb Chapter Thirteen But in Bengal. they started robbing buses and trains. “There is no light unless you burn yourself. The Sena had already evaded from the circumference of the force. “How can we solve the problem in Bengal Mukhiyaji?” one asked. Bhagat was dead on the spot but Charu was breathing and there was a chance for him to survive. He was stealthily taken to Darjeeling to stay for a month. A big commotion engulfed the entire ground and the people started running away in panic. After two days when Charu was released from the hospital. The police broke the door open but couldn’t sense any clue of their presence. a group of ten comrades along with hundreds of supports took him to the lodge to stay for a week. After a week when he was able to walk the entire comrade went along with him to West Bengal. The murder of state chief left them startled for months. and in the city area of Kolkata they started killing rich people after asking their identity. they attacked three police stations of the districts and looted all weapons. “Kill them. From that day Nagendra went underground sensing that he was the next target. two higher authorities of Bengal government came to meet Mukhiyaji.
The state media was instructed to proclaim Naxal a terror outfit. Presidency College and CU were incarcerated illegally by police and the Congress cadres. “Catch him. within a week. They were roped folding their hands back and laid down in the ground.” After two days of that. All camps were set on fire and the vehicles moving on roads were checked to grab the terrorists. Under the nodding approval of the central government. the Naxalites alleged human rights violations by the West Bengal police. The police responded that the state was effectively fighting a civil war and that democratic pleasantries had no place in a war. “Where is he gone?” the Chief Minister asked the IPS Officer in next day meet. The highly trained force was sent to all slum areas. especially when the opponent did not fight within the norms of democracy and civility. Having been left to cry for days and nights weakened their persistence. There were swift arrests made on any man involved in anti-social activities.” he modestly replied. One thousand students were detained for a day long operation and two hundred of them were arrested from the colleges. Dozens of policemen raided the locations in Siliguri. Jalpaiguri. dead or alive. Some were shot down in the encounter! And some were shot in stage-encounter! And the rest was locked behind the bars for years! Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Their clothes were torn away and the police started pouring hot water on their bodies.” “OK sir. the thirty CPI-M leaders were taken into house arrest. “We are still trying to find out sir. was turned into a torture chamber. And consequently. and they disclosed almost all the Naxal locations in the state. After suffering losses and facing the public rejection of Majumdar's annihilation line.26 The authorities had come to the conclusion that Mukhiyaji was right. Siddhartha Ray instituted strong counter-measures against the Naxalites and CPIM cadres involved in the terror. And at every public place two policemen were deployed to narrow down the red flag. The house of Somen Mitra. They came back to Bengal and told everything to the Chief Minister. and Darjeeling districts of Majumdar but he had escaped to some unknown destination. Some started crying in burn! Some rolled over in soil! Some grieved in anguish! Many of them proved to have linkage with Naxalites had their genital-skin burnt. The entire month of police operation defeated Naxal courage. Many of them were arrested and some were made to surrender. At several places in forest areas the police opened shootout at mercenaries. the Congress MLA of Sealdah.
He was told to open the letter only after he reaches temple. People thought peace and harmony would come back to the state as the counter insurgency mechanism had crushed the Naxal bubbles. Just the socio-economic conditions were temporarily restricting their vengeance. They started with threatening government officials to attend their offices. they got violent again with their own accumulated anger and gross violations of social justice. but due to their excessive reliance on underground activities and violence. you have to keep yourself ready for war. they were reduced to arrange any decisive power to tilt the balance of forces. It is important to note that thirty districts of Bihar are denoted as the backward districts of the country. The extreme social and economic dichotomy provided amicable fertile grounds as their population density was much larger in both of the states. The religious man could sense something definitely dreadful and did exactly what he was told. But the fact was opposite because they were planning for repeated terror attacks and massacres. but in actual sense. a socio-spiritual organization in Purulia. Rohtash.” –Chanakya Chapter Fourteen For at least six months of time there was no attempt made from Naxal side. So no matter how many of them were arrested or killed. Jehnabad. there were still millions of flag bearers to uproot the social fabrics.27 This was first suppression brought down by the state government. Patna and Gaya. Almost all districts of Central Bihar fall in this category. In a general sense. The lower caste share is almost 50 per cent. The disturbance of negative ambiance took the religious man directly to the shrine without buying anything from market. it was a smash on the germination of ‘black-blood bacteria’ what the newspapers called. was given a letter by an unknown person when he was out in market. The Communist and dalit sympathizers were equally found guilty for haunting the mind of common men for war. These districts are Bhojpur. On one Sunday in the evening… A cleric who was the member of Anand Marg. After passing of a few moths. When the managerial head of the Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . and the untrained and ill-equipped police became vulnerable before their attacks. The percentage of upper castes population in these districts is almost twelve per cent. Then they targeted the police forces and state infrastructures. But it did not last long as the economic and social deprivation of common people and the state’s abdication of its fundamental duties amassed them again in next couple of years. Mazumbdar’s logic of barrel of gun for grabbing political power at any means was still the encouraging factor to them. that was just the interval of the war of communal design. “If you want peace. And their so-called hallucination due to political reasons was proved to be absurd phantasm.
The Naxalites had warned them not to observe any religious activity there. The politician looked at the blank face of the inspector and then turned to the priest. these acts strengthened the hands of the governmental institutions to implement the developmental packages on whims and wishes but it had accumulative impact on the poor. And he knew that the dire consequences mean getting fried out with bullets! The next day. The man advised the priest to keep weapons inside the temple to fight the outrageous cynicism of Naxalites. “The police force should be deployed for round-the-clock safety. He asked why the police force was also not strong enough to retort their terror and why were they playing hide-and-seek games with police? In the morning. he was shocked to see what was written in it.” the politician said. The joint families got divided and the division of household squeezed the Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . On the other hand.” the priest said.” the inspector’s sentence was cut short in between. There was a pause for a minute as they were not able to decide what to do. “O my god!” the flabbergasted priest just cried out. “As the entire elite community is under threat. “What sometime? They can come here and kill us any time. And the void that the impact created was sufficient enough to shelter them to run their system of political change. But during the confidential meeting of the three. He read the last sentence twice that was ‘otherwise you will see dire consequences’. a local politician of the Congress and the inspector was called in. “Yes. Wild Life Act and many others had followed the footsteps of the British policy. The priest raised the issue of threats on religious people stating that that was the most inhuman thought ever conceived by the mercenaries.” the priest said.” the inspector said. if it is acceptable. When they heard. Forest Act. almost all the newspaper published the news and the people felt extreme abhorrence against Naxalism. The authorities had realized this fact that Naxalism was originated from the skewed economic policy of the government. The increasing poverty and unemployment were making dalits undergo in tremendous economic hardship.28 organization opened the letter.” The politician just kept on saying for another two minutes without taking a single pause. the last question the priest had asked was… “What should we do now? Are you going to save us?” “Give us sometime to think…. first it was bizarre to the priest but later he realized that that was the only solution. “That is a temporary solution. so what we have to do now is…. Most of the Acts like Land Acquisition Act. They thought the religious people should never have been threatened. This had uprooted the scheduled tribes and scheduled castes from their own land. “Would you agree to my way of solving the problem?” he asked.
The getup in which he was disguised was removed and he was handcuffed and dragged down to the Lal Bazaar police station. There he spent two months and contacted the comrades in Bihar.” Chapter Fifteen The wound sealed under seven stitches on his shoulder was very painful. but he learnt to walk in pain. robbing government properties. So dying in war was better than dying in starvation for them. His fifteen comrades were arrested in that operation but no one could tell where he was hiding. but the policeman started staring at him and in no time a team of ten police enfolded Majumdar. but most of them could not do anything. and attacking police force again. and the central government sought the arrest of Majumdar who was hiding out for months. The Naxal groups had recruited the largest chunk from scheduled castes. The state leadership being mainly operated by Nagendra and Raghu in Bihar got huge support from other communist-dominant countries. And those who were able to do. Bengal and Uttar Pradesh. They started getting arms training leading disguised life mainly in forest area. he broke away from CPI and formed the All India Coordination Committee of Communist Revolutionaries and named its militia functionaries as Maley Sena which was a blend of Marxist-Leninist Sena. In the same month he appointed Nagendra Prasad as the senior comrade of the state. The police made several attempts to locate him at all of his shelters but he was found nowhere. The main functions of Maley Sena were capturing the lands by planting red flags. He bowed down to the temple-priest and the priest lifted his hand for blessing. and so the Maley Sena recruited twenty-five thousand young men in the same year in the region of all the three states. Hundreds of people got stunned in the streets as they saw him being thrashed in the way. That was the eleventh day of the operation when an off-duty policeman entered the Kolkata’s Lal Bazaar Temple for blessing. This activity signaled high alert in the entire country one more time. In the beginning of the year 1972. Charu’s family had taken him to Siliguri for better care and treatment. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . something happened… His right-hand shoulder ached! He sat down on floor. The entire market got poised at his arrest. The conflicting social order had pushed them in the terrain of crimes. The moment the priest lifted his hand. Majumdar being the General Secretary appointed five thousand party workers in Bihar.29 ownership on head count. Many of them turned criminals by joining the groups and left their families to suffer in the villages. Though the majority of people knew the actual reason of their fight. they weren’t taking a buzz even. “The biggest fundamental of life is that there is no fundamental of it.
Once in the afternoon. of 28th July.m. the word ‘Majumdar’ became a history in the book of communism. The four policemen were given special task to beat him as much they can. both of the ailing ladies could live for just eight months. he felt his face tilted up by a human hand. One day and night passed. the Communism in the state fell down to nothingness. The police. at 4 a. “When all else is lost. and his body got bathed in his own blood.m. In twelve days of extreme miserable condition. just to ensure his death. He was lying in the floor with his body half-shrunk. One policeman was urinating in his mouth! On the third day he lost consciousness. and a flow of warm and salty water started filling his mouth. There was a strict order from the higher authorities to keep him in the lock up and to not send him jail. From sixth day onwards his body stopped making any movement. By the end of the year. accompanied with immediate family members carried the body to crematorium. In a state of complete despair. the future still remains. After two minutes. From the second day.30 On the several charges of terrorism. the police stopped beating as they found there was no need of that. the police started beating him day and night in the lock up. He murmured again but nothing happened. With his death. Two high-profile politicians from state and central government came to see him. feeling acute thirst. He was restricted from having food or water. A big crowd of Lal Bazaar was standing far off the crematorium to pay homage to his stalwart leader. He hardly opened his eyes to see. His wife Lila fell unconscious the moment she saw his body aflame. The whole area was cordoned off and no other relatives were allowed in as his body was consigned to flames. Even his dead body was not given to his family. the beating of hunter tore his stitched wound open. They warned the police and said to feel pity on him. the revolutionary struggle suffered serious debacle and the CPI’s central authority collapsed. and the radical Leftist movement started going through many ideological splits. The awkward condition of family swallowed Lila in deep depression and brought paralysis attack to her sister-in-law. in the inner lung of his fifty-four years old body. He was still not given food or water. there happened a minute hick-up. Some white-collar supporters of the Communist Party distanced themselves Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Only the broken breathing was making sure that he was alive. The interface between his mind and body was going loose.” –Bovee Chapter Sixteen From the beginning of next year. he murmured for water but did not find anyone there. And…that was the last breath of Charu Majumdar! A doctor was called in at 5 a.
their ideology assumed larger dimension and the entire state units of CPI in Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir and some sections in Bihar and Andhra Pradesh joined the violent struggle again. excluding Hyderabad. According to surveys conducted as recently as Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys .” –Socrates Chapter Seventeen For decades. From mid-1973. “And it will not end until we constitute the government.31 from radicalism saying it is just a political party and it has no involvement in war.” Nagendra said that. On February 26 of 1976. “The sin of today is the fashion of tomorrow. the CPI (ML) held its second meeting in the countryside of Gaya district of Bihar. and most of the land remained with upper-caste landlords. He added that the countries like Russia and China progressed only because they focused on complete social change. Nagendra and Jauhar came face-to-face in the meeting. And the CPI (ML) formed a peasant organization being called Mazdoor Kisan Sangram Samiti in Bihar under Nagendra Prasad's leadership focusing on Jehanabad and Palamu districts. The conference decided to hold political classes to train new cadres and to send squads into forest for launching war. And Jauhar elaborated by saying that the main reason of India’s backwardness is that the poor are forced to remain poor. were divided into two regions and two regional committees were elected. Naxalism got into the routine of inspiring a number of Leftist groups across the country. the Central Organising Committee of CPI was reconstituted at Durgapur meeting in West Bengal. the party organization spread to Kerala and Karnataka. From 1974 onwards. amidst an upsurge of ultra-leftists' armed actions and mass activism. the fresh guerrilla struggle backed up by mass activism emerged in parts of Andhra Pradesh and central Bihar after millions of dollars were invested by white-collar international terrorist groups. Jauhar reorganized the party and renamed it as CPI (ML) Liberation. Comrade Jauhar Subrata Dutt was elected general secretary. Eight districts of Telangana. Bihar had been mired in a complex web of feudalism. In the following year. Almost all the comrades clapped on his points and agreed that the society should be liberated from exploitation. In the following year. On 28th July of 1974. seventy-four per cent of the state’s workforces were involved in agriculture. In a predominantly agrarian society. this was a treachery on the doctrine of Communism.” Jauhar added to his point. They are liberation fighters. He also said that India is and will remain under-developing because the overall development is never in its vision. It resolved to continue with armed guerilla struggles and work for an anti-Congress United Front. the rectification movement limited pure military viewpoint and stressed mass peasant struggles to Indianize the Marxism-Leninism and Mao thought. “We cannot stop armed struggle. But in true sense.
The lure of money had become the tendency of Naxalism. it was estimated that around eighty-five Naxalite groups were active with a combined membership of seventy thousand people in Bihar and West Bengal. so much of communal hatred will grow. stalling such reforms. This led to a growing criminalization of the cadre base. and so much support his party would get. the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) merged with another Naxal group named People War Group in the following year. Ironically. By the year of 1980. The first leader to fail the landless of Bihar was its most revered chief minister. Karpoori Thakur. During that period. he said to upper class militants groups also to kill as many Naxalites they want. Seeing the failure of Karpoori Thakur’s government who belonged to dalit class. But Lalu played the cruelest trick to gain the mass-support of lower class for electoral benefits. Seeing the pathetic governance of the Congress in the country. The Naxalites started planting red flags on the surplus and common lands which in legal term meant the lands above the legal ceiling or illegally occupied by upper-caste landlords. a new party named Janta Dal emerged with power. He said that his government will not say anything. But the political class always bowed to the upper-caste vote bank. In his meeting with Nagendra Prasad he said… Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . And he was none other than Lalu Prasad Yadav who emerged as the face of the backward castes and the poor and landless people. and the diminishing role of ideology had affected the movement at the grass roots level. The people had similar expectations from him. the CIP’s radical liberation front started mobilizing people on issues of land and better wages. And he knew that as many killings would happen.32 a decade ago. resulting in an inability to grow anything on their land. advocating that Indian peasants and dalits tribal overthrow the government and upper classes by force. In some cases. Landlords who refused to toe the line had to face economic blockades. and the Congress coming in power. seventy-five per cent of the poor in Bihar owns no land or next to no land. Lalu Yadav got his view of forming his government by taking support from the Communist and keeping the Congress as a puppet. Many joined the Naxal movement because they thought of it as the only way to change their circumstances. And adhering to upper-class abolition policy. A large number of urban elites were also attracted to the violent uprisings organized in several parts of the country. The main reason of its success was that its head of the state was elected from lower class. a trend that was most visible in Bihar. He openly encouraged the Naxalite militants for war but at the same time doublecrossing them. But his first stint in 1970-71 lasted just over six months. Mao Zedong of China had become the ideological leader for the Naxalism. Bihar was the first state after Independence to create a law for land reforms. the poor people who got some land legally from the government could not wrest its control from the landlords and they were killed by the henchmen of upper castes once they got possession of land. who was reelected on the plank of ‘Freedom and bread’ in 1977.
“Will you support us?” “Yes. On the other hand he was quite aware of the fact that he was to cook up politics without destroying kitchen. The country was shocked for years and politics was understood to be the game of only criminals.” he said hinting at Rajiv Gandhi. I got your point.” Lalu politically remarked. if you support us. “See. “So do you support the Communist Party?” Nagendra directly asked. So he wanted to meet upper-band social-workers also to encourage them to fight back Naxalites. backfire. but…” “We’ll give you full protection.” – Proverb Chapter Eighteen “Mukhiyaji. Among them. we won’t say anything. “Yes. In the recent past. various people and agencies are named as suspected of having been involved in the murder of Rajiv. kill as many of them you want to. Now she is the back-door Prime Minister of India at present helping Italian regime rip off the country for a decade. The Sri Lankan terrorist Prabhakaran was alleged in killing for just for namesake. including financing the assassination. The fire. the Communist Party became the hanger-on of Janta Dal. And since those years. we are very aggravated. And Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Next week his appointment was fixed with Mukhiyaji Brahmeshwar Singh. it is very sad to hear that they’re gunning down your people. His point bounced over the head of Nagendra. you let the Naxalite war continues in the state. Even today also people say that in the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi.” he added. The interim report of the Jain Commission created a storm when it accused Vaiko and Karunanidhi of a role in the murder. This policy of him is exactly called Hirohito’s policy in English. his wife Sonia had created the conspiracy. and counter-fire had become the instinct of politicians. He couldn’t understand what he meant.” Mukhiyaji said. In the Jain report. the cleric Chandraswami was suspected of involvement.33 “Our party hates Congress because it is involved in a scam. Kill as many upper-band you want to.” said Nagendra. “Alright. the two best leaders of the country had lost their lives being the victim of separatist outfit. He asked Lalu Prasad to clear the ambiguity. He was said to be the godfather who financed the killing.” he said. Indira Gandhi and her son Rajiv were assassinated. “OK. “Yes. The entire country was already doomed to darkness. Now one of them is the Chie Minister of Tamil Nadu. “Laws are dumb in the midst of arms.” said Lalu Prasad. she is the one who killed Rajiv.” That policy helped Janta Dal win the next assembly election and irked caste-war in Bihar again. “So why don’t you wipe them off? What’re you waiting for?” he enquired.
swords and some food for dogs to stop them from barking. this is the country of anarchy. In his dictatorship. And the Naxalites took it an opportunity to get stronger and wicked. Nepali Maoists and Pakistan's Inter-Service Intelligence to receive arms and training again. People called it demonocracy. The village held the population of five hundred upper-caste people. there are many monsters in India! Some snakes-in-grass. and scam after scam broke the backbone of the state.34 Sonia is running the government for a decade with the support of these suspects. some family-turned enemy! Live life always in danger until you are in India! This is the country of mismanagement. And in October of the same year. and Uttar Pradesh up to Nepal. “Most of your enemies of today were your friend in past. murders. and massacres became common to the people of the state. Bihar. The war-maniac people got full support in outraging humanity at every crossroad. But let’s see before what Lalu contributed to it when he became the Chief Minister of Bihar. He ruled over the state as a dictator for fifteen years and the Congress Party in the center remained mum during that dark age of his governance. a militant squad of hundred Naxalites entered Senari village in North Bihar. The education system was paralyzed. He declared elimination of upper caste from Bihar and that made him the god of dalits. Do you think any widow of this world will ever do so? O lord. some snakes-on-roads! Some friend-turned-foil. The Communist Party of the state gave full support to Lalu Yadav in his manipulation. and this is the country of rapes! The ruling lethargic government has thrown India into anarchy. the assignation the People War Group (PWG) and Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) set their mind to obliterate elite class in Bihar. CPI (ML) celebrated it anniversary of its foundation in Patna and gave a call to rekindle revolutionary spirit of Naxalism. Naxalites bid to carve out a corridor through some areas of Madhya Pradesh. they established links with LTTE.” Chapter Nineteen In April of 1989. The police station was four Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . and the success of upper class in killing dalits was called injustice. As per the Intelligence reports. In the same month Naxalite groups all over South Asia formed a Coordination Committee of Maoist Parties and Organisations of South Asia (CCOMPOSA) which became the first such an international coalition. robbery. job facility was exploited. this is the country of poverty. rapes. At eleven o’clock in night. They all were carrying guns. The success of dalits in killing upper was encouraged for political benefit. Andhra Pradesh. The killing in class war degraded all the moral values of the state.
a view boosted by Batista's unpopularity at the time of the actual armed conflict between the two sides. The women got widowed. The Naxalites gagged and roped three men of the house sparing women and children. Some gunmen remained in the house disabling any possibility of noise. and rest came out dragging the three men behind. The Naxalites entered the first house and straightened guns at all the family members. in the theory of most individuals and groups espousing communist revolution. The entered the other house and did the same. Meanwhile. who collectively constitute the main producer of wealth in society. its aim is for the working class to replace the exploiter class as the ruling class to establish a society without class divisions. they caught thirty-four men and dragged them to the bank of a river. started beheading them one after the other. and families lost their breadwinners. called socialism. while the Vietnamese Revolution was characterized by guerrilla warfare between the heavily backed Vietnam People's Army and various Western armies. In morning. but their justice was just to live in injustice. In fact. as a prelude to attempting to achieve the final stage of communism. Regardless of the specific form a communist revolution takes. the water in the blocked area had become the pond of blood. They blocked the water of the river so that it could be the bloody witness the brutal crime. According to communist theory. Like this. The revolution. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . the Cuban Revolution was essentially a coup that did not involve intensive wide-scale military conflict between Fulgencio Batista's soldiers and those of Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. to overthrow the capitalist system in a wide-ranging social revolution. culminating in the Vietnam War which ended in 1975. Castro initially did not believe that a vanguard party was necessary in Cuba's case. As they entered. and who are perpetually exploited and marginalized by the bourgeoisie (wealthy class). The Chinese Revolution involved military combat between the Chinese Red and the Chinese Nationalist Armies. the ten. children got fatherless. That was Senari massacre committed by Naxalites in North Bihar. they quieted the dogs first. The ninety armed men enclosed the village and kept on firing in air so that no one should go out or run away for safety. the only way to abolish capitalist inequalities is to have the proletariat (working class). The revolution espoused can be explained by theorists in many different ways. and usually depends on the environment in which the particular communism theory originates. usually involves an armed rebellion. They knew that opening mouth means swallowing the fired bullet in. The police came after twelve hours! They did something in black-and-white on paper! And went away saying they would catch them as soon as possible! But the people knew that the word ‘as soon’ meant ‘blue-moon’ in reality. and moved into sidehouses one after another.35 miles away from there. The families got horrified but couldn’t speak even a single word. bringing the men to the river bank. While they were still firing.
The people hurdled to Jehanabad district ground for meeting. and they started Mass Rape Campaign in Gaya and Jehanabad districts. The elites. they confined themselves to protecting particular castes.36 But the quirk-battle of Naxalites in India was considered a crime in very vital sense. But Savarna Liberation Army did not wait for his decision and they walked away. They used to enter with arms in night. and monthly fees on landlords to manage to sustain themselves. the males of the victims were forced to see their women being outraged. they imposed a levy on forest contractors and illegal mine operators. drag the girls and women out. Brahmeshwar was trying to make them understand that they needed to be prepared for taking any step ahead. the Savarna Liberation Army formed a group of twenty-five men of upper caste. Among the Indian States. In some cases. During the past two decades. More than two hundred poor class women between the ages of six and seventy were raped by the group in the following week.” –Edison Chapter Twenty Senari massacre infuriated the uppers castes in north Bihar and very next day Ranveer Sena was reported about the slaughter. They got absolutely maddened to avenge on them. private armies of landowners were unique to Bihar. The revolution to kill innocent. These armies were created and financed primarily by landowners to protect their land and properties. but later. and the trait of madness had begotten an intolerable amount of enmity in the society. a group of locally formed Savarna Liberation Army interrupted him getting uproarious on the demand of immediate action. This was one of the most heinous crimes in the history of India and possibly for the world. Some were observing fast to kill Naxalites! Some had promised to God to give human sacrifice of them! Some had taken oath to not come back home before massacre! But it was Brahmeshwar Singh who had to make a plan. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . All the eye-witness widowed women were brought to Brahmeshwar Singh and they narrated the entire nightmare to him. The next day. all armed with their own weapons started shouting for immediate counter-attack. Previously. an estimated eleven private armies had existed at varying points of time in the State. but before he could open mouth. Now that was turn of upper class to bloodshed. It is difficult to state with certainty the number and names of those that were definitely in operation. “Know. and commit rape or gang-rape in open sphere. the upheaval of butchery. These armies were founded to counter the various left-wing extremist and Naxalite groups operating in different parts of the State. the rebellion to annihilate a certain class. only then you will know how less you know. He stood up to say something.
No police came to stop them in the week-long devilishness! No case was registered in the crime book ever! No media-man could even dare to write anything about it! Their poverty and helplessness quieted them to sob for months. but no one thinks of changing himself. Though these two blocks had historically been their best strongholds in Bhojpur. In some oppressive social setup of the world. Ranvir Sena acquired the character of an armed outfit with the declared aim of liquidating Maley (Marxist-Leninist) Sena from Bhojpur. But the ruling Congress party inserted spies inside their unguarded organization to gather information about their secret bases and arrest supporters. Some received severe injuries. thereby for the first time challenging the political hegemony of the landlords. and their mothers being sexually assaulted.37 The gun pointed at their heads made them see their wives being molested. “Everyone thinks of changing the world. because poverty was already killing them day by day.” –Leo Tolstoy Chapter Twenty-one Next year was the election of 1995. Some female children cried in pain being the victim of two masculine forces at once. They were discouraged from taking any attempt that year. cutting across party lines. Government intelligence personnel and police disguised as their sympathizers and supporters infiltrated their inner organization. They would have committed suicide if they were not poor. Some started bleeding in intestine. and the Communist won both Sahar and Sandesh seats. they had failed to win there in the 1990 assembly elections. In the next week of their victory. The powerful government officials and politicians. some girls screamed in horror as the gun-barrel tore their genitalia. helped it and soon the leadership passed into the hands of Hindu fundamentalist party. their daughters being penetrated. And some died in a day or two. poor are born to die and rich are born to live! The vengeance that they committed left a stain of humanity in Bihar forever. Their victory made the landlords and their rival political parties desperate. the Communist leaders announced to sit on strike in Ara town against the mass molestation committed by Savarna Liberation Army. and some old women fainted while they were being hang-humped. The devil wounded every woman’s genitalia leaving a sign of the Mass Rape Campaign. Some started vomiting blood. After this incident. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . The Naxalite widened their wings roaring for taking revenge again. That was the time Ranvir Sena got overwhelming support from the elites throughout Bihar and even from parts of Uttar Pradesh to disrupt the Communist strike. the people divided in two classes became blood thirsty of each other.
Purulia. On Mukhiyaji. a Latvian aircraft Antonov-26 started hovering over the three-storied white building of Anand Marg in Purulia. as the Communist comrades sat on strike in the town. The rapid and destructive struggle of people for survival had structured an abode of its own kind in which there was no room for justification. eight Ranvir Sena men were made victims of the Naxalite’s wrath in Bhojpur. The head of the crew was Kim Davy who was a Danish citizen and member of the Ananda Marga group. Mukhiyaji hurled a grenade at them. Within a minute it opened the door and started dropping out a large consignment of arms including several hundred AK-47 rifles and more than a million rounds of ammunition over a large area in Jhalda.38 In the furor and unrest. Killings and counter-killings went on. The comrades started shouting slogans assuming they had defeated them. Mukhiyaji sat back in the jeep and took a turn to go far off the ground. All the cadres of Ranvir Sena being militarily betterorganized and better-paid than any of the private armies of the past had to go underground. In a single day. The crew of the aircraft consisted of five Latvian citizens and Peter Bleach. Maramu villages of Purulia district. Just then. he is Alexander! “The crime compelled by hunger is most dangerous for the law of any country. Mukhiyaji with his army arrived in jeep.” Chapter Twenty-two Anand Marg. from a safe location of the terrace of a two-storied building. just prior to the 1996 parliamentary elections. It killed one comrade and injured many others! This prompted a general call for retaliation against landlords even remotely connected with Ranvir Sena. Belamu. the authorities placed a reward of half a million Indian rupees. culminating in an attack by people’s forces killing nine Ranvir Sena supporters at Narhi. Ghatanga. At this juncture the administration proposed banning the Communist Party and resorted to massive oppression. The arms dropping was a conspiracy planned by the Congress led Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . The heroes turned villain and the villain turned heroes. barring children and women. That was the time of total illusion when people were not able to justify what was right and what was wrong. First they told them to go away from there but comrades deterred. The wrong seemed to be right and the right seemed to be wrong. The only thing was – who won. Bengal In the night of 17th December 1995. a British citizen and an ex Special Air Service operative turned mercenary who was based in Yorkshire and involved in arms dealing.
who were supposed to keep books in school-bags. via a presidential pardon. filled them with bullets. And it all happened because they had to fight… fight for their own castes… fight for their own blood… fight for their own destiny. too. an Interpol red notice was issued against Kim Davy. Pre-election killing. They said that Naxalites were bent upon destroying the social fabric of the caste-based social hierarchy of Indian society. An appeal was submitted by the pilot’s lawyer before the Kolkata High Court in March 2000 challenging the trial results and the judgment but it is still pending. In 2007 Kim Davy was traced by Denmark authorities and on April 9. refused extradition of Kim Davy to India. was released on 4 February 2004. The massacres took place at several occasions during the election. the Latvian crew who gained Russian citizenship while in Indian custody were later pardoned and released in 2000.” Chapter Twenty-three The Ranvir Sena’s propaganda theme during the 1995 Bihar state elections against the Communist adopted a clear religionist tenor when it accused Naxalite Maley Sena of being the agents of foreign powers of China and Pakistan. The men. Peter Bleach. “In today’s world. The every house in those villages got at least one or two rifles and a lot of ammunition. Again. Following the intervention of Russian authorities. 2010 Danish government decided to extradite Kim Davy to India but Danish authorities failed to successfully defend their decision in the their high court. kept fire-arms. He was in touch with the Prime Minister of India to facilitate his safe exit. and that was said to him by the parliamentarian Pappu Yadav. The aim of this arms dropping was a clear indication of enabling commonalities to fight Naxalites. who were supposed to carry batons while taming cattle. allegedly due to persistent British Government pressure. Kim Davy had been given assurances from the central government about his safety and return to Denmark. therefore. duringNovel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . started using barrels. The arms were intended for the socio-spiritual organization Ananda Marga. Later. The women.39 Indian government together with Indian Secret Agency RAW and MI5 to overthrow the communist government in West Bengal. The court. someone is always waiting for your neck to come under his axe. And so Ranvir Sena vowed to eliminate red flag not only from Bhojpur but from the face of India. The organization was indeed the intended recipient of the guns and ammunition. Killing became the only exhibition of power as there was no other trait left to be used. a bizarre incident in its own kind! The children. who were supposed to keep vessels in kitchens.
The party with strong goon-power could survive in the battlefield. Victory was violent… victory was vicious… victory was venomous. The Communist had been gradually seizing back the initiative. They had to cross death to achieve victory. and the district committee of Communist. “Half of the world does not know how the other half lives. They were capable of performing every act they declared. Compromise was not in the genetic makeup of any of the two. They wanted to fight for victory and the victory lied only in graves. and on the other side Ranvir Sena was supporting the Congress. all the villagers of Bathani Tola participated and encircled the land since morning. The candidates spent more money on massacres and less on publicity. Prasad and another leader had run the state assembly election on CPI (ML) tickets and won." said Mukhiyaji to a press reporter that day. In the afternoon. This was the same Ramnaresh Prasad who was badly beaten in 1967’s assembly elections in Bhojpur by feudal landlords. from local landlords. "We kill children because they will grow up to become Naxalites. We kill women because they will give birth to Naxalites. Hence there was no room for complacency. And the vow of Mukhiyaji to eliminate Naxalism had to perform duties during election only.” –Proverb Chapter Twenty-four That was the year of 1996 when the centre of conflict had shifted to in and around Bathani Tola. but they still retained their main armed strength and had now declared their mission to be the assassination of the main Communist leaders. And the Communist decided to carry on the struggle till victory. a small village in Bhojpur district. two influential landlord leaders came to dismantle the gathering. through detailed discussions and a series of cadre conventions reviewed the whole course of struggle against Ranvir Sena and its strengthened unity. Millions of rupees spent on arms and ammunitions for electoral gains shed blood all around. He entered Haibaspur town area and killed ten workers on 23 March! He killed fifty people in a village of Ara district on 25th March! And he killed twenty-seven farmers in Jahanabad in the night of 27th March! They wrote the name ‘Ranveer Sena’ in blood on the village well before they left. they wanted to liberate a part of land which was locally called Karbala land. On one side Naxalite was supporting the Communist. and post-election killing were the events to decide the future of the contesting parties. Ranvir Sena had tuned into a stalemate. The dalits that included poor Hindus and Muslims of the village. In 1995. In that movement.40 election killing. Most of the people they killed that night belonged to families supporting a communist group for the election. A powerful political protest ‘fast-unto-death’ movement was launched by the legislator Rameshwar Prasad. First the exchange of hard and Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys .
trembling in fear and gawking in horror. A throng of blood from her pubis reddened the entire ground. “Right aim. the brutal action of revenge started. There was a pool of blood all around. perhaps this. one in his shoulder and other in his right hand. But again! Thaak! The headman’s cousin Rajveer had already aimed at her and the bullet tore into her private part. Remaining twelve people including four women and three children. Their dead-bodies numbering twenty-one were dragged to the center of the village.” he said in his loudest voice. when they were called. “The most ruthless. After the three gun-fires the villagers started running away in panic.” said a man tapping his back. The six of them were shot by Mukhiaji in a single strike. isn’t it?” Rajveer enquired. In the evening at 7 p. After it was done. During that fight both of the leaders became victims of the villagers’ anger. The seven men from Ranvir Sena entered the village shooting down everyone they saw. And his rifle roared. Till then. The bullet puffed up the abdomen of a very small child trying to escape! “They all are radicalist. The two leaders died on the spot. the landlord squad tried with everything to keep the attackers at bay. but they ran out of ammunition and were forced to make a retreat. the reinforcements for landlord squad from other villages arrived too late. and some were shocked and left to be butchered. they packed the heads in a bag and got on the heels to come back to their cesspool. Ranveer Sena had no information about the happening. He hit him with his leg to make sure the man was dead. Due to some confusion. Some scuttled in furor.41 abusive words and then fight started. “Not yet. They gave a glance at his motionless body and moved ahead. were chopped off one after another.m. and they starting cutting off the heads of all of them. A woman from a small hut could see the man die. At the first turn of the dark street they saw a man carrying a vegetable bag. some toppled in tremor. Thaak! The bullet shot by the headman Mukhiyaji broke into his forehead. Mukhiyaji Brahmeshwar Singh was heading ahead carrying two AK-47 rifles. And the six people behind him were also fully armed. kill them off.” the man named Akhilesh said from far behind. On that fateful day. She broke into a loud cry signaling the others to run away from their huts. They Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys .
they all were gone and the remaining villagers were left on their own fate. A Muslim. By 2 a. The Ranvir Sena militants at a few steps ahead also stopped seeing the policemen gone breathless. then the passengers. but all are corruptible. the human blood started leaking down. you came to arrest us!” Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Leaving it in the crowded pedestrian-path.m.” –Socrates Chapter Twenty-five After they were gone. The newscaster on all television channels said that Ranvir Sena practiced unlawful and dehumanizing program aimed at insulting the members of dalits and preventing their rise in society. Vladimir Lenin. Four policemen ran behind eight of the militants. First the collies. this carnage became a headline of the entire world! Among the dead were eleven women. They made them run in the open fields for more than ten minutes. “All cannot be corrupt. Ranvir Sena mob killed Women and Children in particular as per the design so as to demolish any future resistance which they foresaw. The policemen. and by the late afternoon. getting tired of the weight of their rifles slowed down and stopped running.42 returned to the corner where their jeep was parked and being looked after by Dharichan Chaudhary. The truck was driven to Patna Railway Station. Charu Majumdar. the legislator Ramnaresh ran to the village. Reddening the cotton cover it got dropping down to the ground. Naimuddin Ansari gave witness of the mass killing for the police record. In the morning. And behind him the police force came. the driver with two other men dragged the bag down to the railway platform. “You buggers. and the Communist Party – you all son of the bitch! You all motherfucker!! And next day. and the chief Brahmeshwar Singh was highlighted as the mastermind behind this bloodbath. the police reached the cesspool of Ranvir Sena to arrest them. six children and three infants. and then the police took that into notice. Mao Zedong. They gawk at the letter tagged on it. It read… Karl Marx. the bag was loaded in a truck with a tag letter written by Mukhiyaji himself. Naxal terrorists. Now they started staring at the policemen. From the bag. For half of the kilometer around there was no other human being. The members sitting in a group slipped away toward the field. Che Guevara. they dispersed at large. Just then the militants jumped on the police. The Sena was accused of having adopted an aggressive posture for this brutal massacre. Next day in the morning.
and threw it down. His seven year son Saddam was attacked and his face was mutilated by sword lacerations. After knew the name. they reached police-station. In fifteen minutes of time the existence of a human family was wiped off. The child died at Patna Medical College Hospital after a week. The trauma maddened Niammuddin forever. they scolded them off the way without giving their guns back. And in the next evening! Ranvir Sena entered the same Bathani Tola again. When they were killing. By slapping and thrashing. He broke his head started bleeding in half senselessness. His three months old daughter was tossed in the air and thrust down the blade of a sword. The bodies with life were cut down to dead meat. guns!! Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . They broke into the bangle-seller Niammuddin’s house. Yes. Two women and four men of his family were shot down in a single strike. nor did they come to save. The inspector sympathized with them by saying: It is Bihar! The most barbarous state of India! It’s good that they didn’t sodomize you. In underwear. He passed next seven years of life roaming halfnakedly roads.” “We’ll fuck you first. they brought the policemen to the village square where the inspector standing helpless. Neither they opened their mouth. They lifted him along with the cot he was sleeping in. and then they started being the policemen. The cried out but none other than animals could hear the scream. He started the jeep and left for the residence in the town area. The eight of them stripped off their pants and left them with underwear. no. they cut the child’s spinal cord.” They caught them by their throats and snatched the rifles. and sometimes he screamed seeing any photo of guns.43 “No. The family was annihilated. or else you all had been raped! Go home and pray to God! I’ll request them to give your guns back after a month or two! The downhearted police went home and the inspector locked the police-station for a week. please let us go. other villagers could just peep only. When Niammuddin tried to save. They forced them to reveal the name of the witness of the case. He was the only witness of the FIR lodged against thirty-three men of them. They knew that there was no escape from fatality. Sometimes he smiled. sometimes he cried.
the people were in fighting mood but swift and immediate retaliatory action could not take place owing to a lot of confusion. The Naxal groups usually spared women and children.44 “When you live in Rome. On the same night they disfigured and shot five teenage girls to death. the war-maniac attitude of the people got reduced. He became a parliamentarian for the first time in 1989 proving one of the most important anti-Congress politicians in the country. In an interview to The Times of India in June 1999. the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s promise of clean governance brought the militancy down to its knees. Any selective killing from the Naxalite’s side resulted in indiscriminate killing of many by Ranvir Sena. A direction-less situation prevailed and the demand for higher firepower. Incidentally most of the mainstream political parties especially Bhartiya Janta Party supported the Sena. Brahmeshwar Singh said: “It is fair if the fight against the demons involves destroying the wombs. And somehow the increased expense of living was also one of the reasons. and the effect of education and awareness. The villages those became the victim of the massacres were in Bhojpur. It was the result of the government’s aid provided to the poor people. Jehanabad and Gaya districts. A daring attempt was made in one case to smash the armed gang of the Sena but it didn’t succeed fully. People started thinking of better ways of earning money. the new policy and strong amendment applied by the new government. And in a span of six years the Sena involved in several brutal deaths and thirty-six massacres that left four-hundred people dead. but the Ranvir Sena spared none. The intelligence network remained totally crippled due to high degree of caste polarization in the state. A couple of years later. Basically. do not fight with Popes. The Sena committed another massacre in Laxmanpur Bathe in December 1997 in which they killed fifty-eight Dalits including twenty-seven women and ten children in a single strike. to fight the well-armed Ranvir Sena assumed prominence. he is a left-leaning socialist but is under compulsion to ally Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys .” –Proverb Chapter Twenty-six Despite Bathani Tola massacre. Nitish Kumar’s political career began as student leader during Emergency in Bihar.” From the year 2000. for sophisticated arms.
He stopped paying because of two reasons. In the fit of devilishness the two of them slapped on the buttock of her. The train was still running. And then. This was a very significant development in Bihar at the backdrop of Naxal terror. The five lifted the girl from the seat. They were travelling in first class compartment. On 23rd March of the same year.45 with right wing party. One was financial crisis and another was disillusionment with the Sena. Just then. After six-seven stations passed and the night fell. In the other fifty passengers. She was travelling with her elder sister. For next ten minutes no one from the passengers could even think of moving his body. Several kilometers behind. they fixed their eyes on a teenage girl lying in a nearby birth. but the several wounds had torn his body and his physical functions stopped in the next minute. The public got shocked in horror. Hundreds of youths form Bihar and Uttar Pradesh who were involved in crime. the goons getting deprived of the sources of earning living started making moves to Delhi. the goons got off and entered another compartment. The jails had the total capacity to accommodate 20. the young-man’s body being rolled down in air fell in a forest. no one else came for help. The Ranveer Sena started falling down. They beat till he lost his sense. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys .108 criminals who were lodged in 54 jails in the state. left out their villages. Leaving the girl aside. When at the next station the train halted. they lifted him up and threw out of the train alive! The girl and her sister sealed mouth forever. a group of hoodlums boarded a New Delhi bound train at Allahabad Railway Station. Hearing a cry in the compartment. “It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness. the goons started fighting with the man. his over-fast track courts convicted and sentenced 14. She and her sister cried out for help.000 prisoners.” –Columbus Chapter Twenty-seven From the beginning of the year 2001. but saddened they hit his head with an iron rod. There were many youngsters in upper castes in Bihar who did not want to bring a conflicting condition in their villages which developed unceasing violence and terror. They remained stuck with seats. The girl got up suddenly and responded back with hard words. It began when a local of Bhojpur named Uttam Singh stopped paying the yearly amount of 1000 rupees to the Sena for fighting against the Naxalite. His social justice platform is good in its kind. He breathed for a minute. they started beating him badly. the other three of them had also come there. a man of young age came to save the girl. He alone fought with them for a minute. No one said anything. Till then. In those years.
Next day in the morning the Director-General of Police said to the media: Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . Then the speculation abounded about the circumstances leading to Mukhiyaji’s arrest. there broke infighting among Sena leaders in Jehanabad district's Kinjar block. “So what you think we should do?” a man asked him. a powerful Ranvir Sena commander. Punnu Sharma. “I resign from its membership. another Sena’s leader.” Sunil said and left the Sena forever. “Freedom without discipline leads to destruction. The people felt that he should have surrendered to the police because of threats to his within the Sena. He was the first man who quit the Sena.” a cadre Sunil Pandey said. The call created a commotion in the police. It was continued for two hours. threw it into the gutter and rode away on a motorbike. Ranvir Sena started facing stiff battle within the organization. A man. Today he is an independent member of the Assembly in the state. the PWG group. Informed sources said that his friend. The infighting weakened the central power of it. Chunnu Sharma. and it got leaked out to the media by the evening. the enemy of the Sena entered the village of upper caste in the same block and killed twenty villagers. Just then. The man didn’t say anything else. an anonymous call came in the police headquarter of Patna. one can easily understand why since the year 2000. was behind his death. Later Punnu surrendered to the police. The caller said that Mukhiyaji was going to hold a meeting in a building at Exhibition Road in the city. Two groups of the same organization started firing at each other. After hearing of this kind of incidents. a farmer found the body being eaten by the vultures.” –Anonymous Chapter Twenty-eight From the same year. 2001. On 25th August 2002. and the onslaught of the PWG and the MCC further affected the Sena's efficacy. “We don’t get sufficient amount of money to run the organization. On August 25. India’s capital New Delhi has become number one in crime. They reported to the police and in an enquiry it was confirmed that he was the grandson of then Prime Minister’s sister. He smashed down the telephone machine. Another most glaring example of Sena infighting was in the Mukdumpur block in the same district on December 5.46 The next day in the evening. was killed in an encounter with the police in Mahadeobigha village.
But in the same day at least ten calls from political brass rocked the office. The two men loyal to him were accompanying him. His security guards are equipped with sophisticated weapons such as AK-47 and automatic self-loading rifles. The inspector approached. he was gone to meet an unknown person. Mukhiyaji was getting ready to leave for Patna. “You got what I said?” the man on the other line asked. Some of them were shocked as they weren’t able to understand anything. “The biggest undeveloped area of the world is under your cap. or else we’ll have to shoot you." Later he added that he would talk to higher authorities about that.” sitting among the crowd Mukhiyaji replied.” Mukhiyaji replied. The man who had challenged police force throughout life was so tamed! Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . “But how come everything got shattered in such a short period?” “Time. it happens when time change. he sat in the jeep and drove away into the darkness. Almost thirty policemen rushed into a hall inside. “Be careful.47 “It is unimaginable that he would be found in a busy area such as Exhibition Road without being guarded by an armed squad. He was looking very serious that day. we don’t want any killing. rest assured. But for him. “The situation is beyond control. “Nobody moves. the city police of Patna raided the building on Exhibition Road. “Yes sir. and they were instructed about the strategy.” that was the inspector’s voice. the crowd wanted to respond.” the senior police officer said that. we’ll do as you said. “I am. Somewhere far way. There were fifty people inside the hall attending the meeting. but said to them to remain quiet.” “No sir. the person was an old friend of him. He was addressing a meeting of the Sena's peasant-front there.” And after he got ready. “Who is Brahmeshwar Singh over here?” he enquired. “Why do you need to go there?” his wife asked.” –Anonymous Chapter Twenty-nine On 29 August 2002.” And the police got ready to do as they were told. For the family.
he confessed that all the massacres by the Ranvir Sena were carried out with his knowledge. This happened after the police failed to produce him in Patna court from Ara jail during the Laxmanpur Bathe case trial. He was released on bail and then later acquitted for insufficient evidence against him. But some people believed that one of the rival factions within the Sena had tipped off the police about his whereabouts. do you want to say something?” the media asked. The single biggest menace in the country is Naxalism. was the reason of that. “As you’ve been arrested. And that brought out the result of his release in the year of 2010. But he was defeated in that election. At the time of the arrest.” Some people speculated that he had surrendered owing to threats to his life from within the party. neither Brahmeshwar Singh nor any of his accomplices offered resistance. The time-pleaser former Chief Minister Lalu Prasad remarked that the arrest could politically be a turning point since many of the politicians who had links with the organization would be exposed. As I have always been saying. The elite votes casted in his favor could not be counted major compared to dalits vote. To wipe out this extremist group. I don't have any remorse over the massacres carried out by the Ranvir Sena in its fight against Naxalite groups and the Communist Party of India. Showing no sign of remorse. and he created a political organization and contested the election from behind bars in 2004. Mukhiaji made a brief appearance at a press conference and asserted that his arrest would have no impact on the functioning of his organization. Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . From the police the statement was made that he was held in high esteem despite being on the run from the police who claimed to be seeking to arrest him in the all twenty massacre cases registered against him. he spent nine years in jail awaiting trial. Opposing the arrest a strike was called out in most of the northern districts and areas well beyond. Many dignified personnel got involved into the case to reverse the scene as per their will. As those political parties that had been supporting the Sena had withdrawn their patronage. we were forced to take up arms. Even in jail he believed that nothing would be able to weaken the clout his militia wielded. A lot of things were happening inside but were looking calm from outside. While in police custody.48 Some guessed the consequence of cracks that had developed in the Sena’s outfit. but I was released as they couldn’t recognize me. And he started saying in a pattern of speech: “They had arrested me once before in 1998. On several charges of carnage for which he faced the possibility of life imprisonment.
Mukhiaji said to media: I was not involved in any of the massacres. He was jogging on the bypass that linked to Ara town. he founded the Akhil Bharatiya Rashtravadi Kisan Sangathan. On 1st June 2012. The police and government framed me as the perpetrator of carnages. The early morning visibility because of his old age even after wearing specs was a little dim. “You don’t know us. who’re you?” he enquired as he turned to recognize the six of them.” And one of them had pulled out a revolver in his hand. he stepped out of his home for a walk. He. He heard at a distance the sound of a car! But he continued walking as usual. he started holding many meetings to mobilize people. you the lord of death!” the man grimaced. at 3. Later In May. But the Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . feared for a second seeing his destiny squeezed to zero. He had reached around the Katira locality. “Where’re you going Mukhiaji?” a man asked him from behind “Who. and don’t need to know even. I was never the part of the Ranvir Sena. “Nothing is perfectly right and nothing is perfectly wrong in this world. After two minutes he reached near a mango tree where the car was parked.30 in the morning. Some said that that was a face-saving exercise. I only worked to reform the dowry system. Sensing something terribly wrong he signaled his feet to run. and said his government had been better than Nitish’s. He also praised Lalu Prasad Yadav. Twenty minutes had passed later and he had left a village behind. who had slaughtered almost five hundred people in his life. As he passed that he heard a call from Behind.49 On the release. all the twenty-third convicts in the Bathani Tola massacre were acquitted by the Patna High Court.” Chapter Thirty Within a month. Mukhiaji held a press conference at a premier hotel in Patna. an organization that Singh said would assist farmers and other manual laborers. where he announced the formation of an organization for the welfare of peasants and agricultural workers. It was after immense pressure that Nitish Kumar said his government would appeal against the verdict in the Supreme Court. Under the banner of the new organization. On 5th May 2012. “Don’t panic.
50 inevitability didn’t give him even a moment to slip off the gun point. who also resorted to violence. But no action was taken. Various political parties took political advantage of the situation. Hearing multiple gunshots the people of the locality rushed over. was gunned down in a friction of second. Lalu Prasad wore a mournful look on television. who was born to kill. As they reached. The CRPF was called in to take control over the situation. in Bathani Tola. Several thousand people burnt the circuit house. on his part. Block Development Officer's office. even Naxalites in Bihar have not been able to erase caste divisions in the state. And then three more fires! His body shook for a second and fell motionless! The man. The war is still on… the justice is still undefined… Novel: Lawbreaker Civilians – authored by Niranjan Jha – published by Cromosys . The man. His supporters from all North Bihar wrecked havoc run by anger. Thaak! The bullet tore into his chest. and Nitish. The voice of public was: This is not a simple assassination and we feel this is just the beginning of a new bloody trail.P. The man. He tried to run but fell down. Elsewhere. they found the sixty-three years old Singh lying in a pool of blood. who snatched the life of hundreds. The entire province of Bihar was put on high alert and 144 Rule had been activated. After his the death. sent Director General of Police Abhayanand to the spot. Thakur from Bihar openly supported Brahmeshwar Singh calling him a "great" social worker. had to give up his own. damaged railway offices. who played with guns entire life. and stopped the trains on the Howrah-Delhi route. Sunny Singh was arrested by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) from a locality in Patna while Ritesh alias Monu was taken into custody from Bistupur locality in Jamshedpur town. The accused duo was taken to Ara town where they were produced before a court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) who remanded them in judicial custody for a fortnight. The man. Two persons in the next week were arrested in connection with his murder. and several government vehicles. the BJP leader C. The killing resulted in public unrest and severe rioting. who had challenged many gunners. but he was heckled and abused by Singh’s supporters. Today. residents still continue to labor in the fields owned by landlords who had perhaps supported the massacre carried out in 1996. Jus then the four of them stepped ahead. And in next second. got abruptly deadened. fell minus with one.
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