Tuesday, March 20, 2007

"Huge cache of arms leaves CPM Red-faced"

thanks to the alert reader.

Here comes some news, surely not from our comrade Chindu, about who the terrorists are in the Nandigram incident (normally these kinds of violent incidents are romanticized by our comrades as struggles, revolutionary movements, mass action etc., except that they are the in the opposite camp now).

According to the Pioneer (Monday, March 19, 2007):

"Huge cache of arms leaves CPM Red-faced" -

In what could be a major loss of face for the ruling CPI(M), the CBI on Sunday maintained that many of those missing after Wednesday's police firing in Nandigram could actually have been killed and buried somewhere as a diary retrieved from the arrested CPI(M) cadre might suggest.

Ten alleged Marxist cadre were arrested by the Central agency on Saturday from a brick kiln with huge quantity of arms and ammunition that included 9 Japanese and 11 Indian rifles, about 700 live bullets. Also recovered from the site were Left leaflets and Red flags.

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