January 30:
In the Indian state of Chattisgarh, during an anti-Maoist search operation by the Central Police Reserve Force with the involvement of CoBRA elite units, there was a gun battle with Maoists of the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army in which three members of the reactionary paramilitaries were killed and another 15 injured. Two of the paramilitaries killed in the firefight were members of the CoBRA elite units, which are specially trained for warfare in the jungle. The incident took place on the border between Suka and Bijapur districts in Chhattisgarh. Just a few days earlier, these units had opened a new police camp in Tekalgudem - which is generally described as a Maoist stronghold - and started terrorizing the population in the area in order to deprive the people's war of ground. This plan was apparently quickly rebuffed by the Maoist fighters.

February 01:
The Chief Minister of Chattisgarh, Vishnu Deo Sai, criticized the previous government in the Indian state for failing to fight the People's War. This statement comes at a time when the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has carried out several successful ambushes and a major attack on January 16 under Vishnu Deo Sai's rule. We wrote in the last article on India that censorship was imposed on the attacks because the state government feared criticism from opposition parties for its failure to fight the people's war. This now seems to be coming true. This reveals that no matter who is in power, the Indian People's War remains Invincible.

February 02:
In Narayanpur district in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, according to sources in the Indian landlord-bureaucrat-capitalist press, there was another attack on a road construction site which was intended to build road links between the interior of the country and larger cities. These roads, as often reported, are used to guarantee easier mobility for police and military transports to fight the people's war or to make it easier for large imperialist corporations to exploit the raw materials in the interior of the country. During the operation by the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist), witnesses say that a group of armed Maoists first stormed the site and ordered the workers to stop work and move away to avoid injury. They then set fire to a concrete mixer, a tractor and a water truck. A subsequent police operation was unable to locate the attackers.

February 13:
In the Indian state of Jharkhand, there has been a gunfight in Bokaro district in which a police unit was ambushed during an anti-Maoist search operation. No further information is available at this time.