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Rahul Pandita | Updated: October 1 2016 1:49 pm War zone: A security man keeps watch from behind barbed wire fencing outside a police station near the Bijapur Salwa Judum camp The entire region lives on the edge with Naxal violence Top News Name: The Burning Forest: India’s war in Bastar Author: Nandini Sundar Publisher: Juggernaut Pages: 432 pages Price: Rs 699 On September 23 two boys left their home in Dantewada Chhattisgarh to visit their aunt in a village 20 kilometres away In the wee hours of the morning after they were picked up from there by police personnel and shot dead allegedly in cold blood This is a story that has often repeated itself through India’s so-called red corridor especially in the Bastar region: innocent people picked up and shot dead in the name of anti-Maoist operations I specifically mention Bastar because there appears to be some sort of incentivisation in Chhattisgarh to boost the kill count It is nauseating to see journalists close to a certain police officer eulogising him for such sinister operations referring to him as “tiger” and using every possible emoji on WhatsApp groups to lionise him The academic Nandini Sundar who has for long dealt with violence in Bastar begins her book The Burning Forest: India’s war in Bastar with a similar incident in February 2006 when a group of security forces led by vigilantes of Salwa Judum swooped down on a village in Bastar raping and killing a young woman Jogi who had just returned home after collecting mahua flowers To draw home the message that nothing has changed even 10 years later Sundar describes another incident from February this year when two boys were picked up from a forest and then killed like the two boys I mentioned in the beginning The similarity is shocking; but more shocking is the fact that no heads will roll in these cases or dozens of such others It is largely because of Sundar’s efforts that the Supreme Court’s intervention in Salwa Judum became possible Unlike most journalists or even activists Sundar is invested in the people of Bastar Her investment is reflected in the clarity of her narrative about how the lives of adivasis have been destroyed by the state that has enabled a very convenient marriage of mining and militarism She writes that she went to Bastar for the first time in 1990 as a PhD student a time when she “laughed a lot” By that time the first squads of Maoist guerrillas had been in Bastar for 10 years and barring an odd newspaper report or two there were very little signs of the war But the war had already begun as she realised soon afterwards Like most of those who have tried to make sense of the war in Bastar Sundar also grapples with the question of where to begin the narrative — should it begin with the adivasis of Bastar rebelling against the British more than a hundred years ago or 1947 when India became independent or 1967 when the Spring Thunder of revolution erupted in far-off Naxalbari or in 1980 when the Maoist guerillas entered Bastar for the first time or in 2004 when their war against the state intensified prompting then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to call it “India’s biggest internal security threat” There are enough questions that have been answered in The Burning Forest to keep you sleepless over several nights Sundar insists that her narrative is not about the Maoists but about Indian democracy and how it has reduced “political contests over rights distributive justice and alternative visions of the good to law and order problems” The picture she paints is grim but mostly familiar to those who follow the war in Bastar (and elsewhere in the red corridor): a local media intimidated or co-opted by the state indifference of the national media the loot of the region’s natural resources and the cosy relationship between the Maoists and industrialists how the Maoists entrenched themselves among the adivasis (especially Gonds) how the Maoists are seen as “national vermin” to be fought by state forces with names such as Greyhounds and Cobras or how the security forces have penetrated deep into the erstwhile Maoist bastions sometimes demolishing memorials erected in memory of fallen Maoist leaders such as the one on the river launch of Janbai (not Jambai) in Odisha’s Malkangiri for Patel Sudhakar Reddy From Part Two titled ‘Civil War’ the narrative focuses on the phenomenon of Salwa Judum showing how quickly it spread within one year (from its inception in 2005) turning village after village into battle zones and ending up strengthening the Maoists It is a stark reminder of the follies committed by the state and a damning indictment of how the state turned adivasis against each other with many days turning into “absolute carnivals of looting arson rape and killing” The author deftly weaves stories of how the Judum triggered off a cycle of violence and displacement reducing people to “both anger and helpless vacant despair” In the third and final part of the book Sundar looks at how the state and its policies and plans and legislations have failed to bring about any significant change in the lives of the people in this war zone A majority of funds allotted to bring development to 88 Maoist-affected districts have been used to construct roads (for the easy movement of troops) while people suffer from an absolute lack of basic amenities like healthcare and education Sundar also correctly points out the fallacy of “celebrity campaigns” which make Soni Sori the face of the fight against Salwa Judum while activists like Manish Kunjam (of the Communist Party of India) remain mostly obscure In village after village in Bastar (Sarkeguda for example) if you care to visit they will tell you how Kunjam silently appeared with a tractor (at Bhadrachalam in Telangana where they had migrated because of Judum terror) and without any fanfare brought them back to their land The author likes to make a virtue out of the fact that she has never been embedded with the Maoists “I was told it was because I ask too many questions” she writes But sometimes there is no need to ask questions The answers are right there and Sundar is not incapable of finding them Nevertheless there are enough questions that have been answered in The Burning Forest to keep you sleepless over several nights thinking about what we have done to our own people It is a book that all of us need to read Rahul Pandita is the author of among others Hello Bastar: The untold story of India’s Maoist movement For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 16 2012 9:52 am Related News R&B star Rihanna has denied allegations that she was snorting cocaine off her bodyguard’s headinsisting she was upset by insinuations she was dabbling with harder drugs The ‘We Found Love’ hitmaker sparked controversy after sharing a snap of herself at the California music festival in April sitting on a security worker’s shoulders and pouring a mystery substance onto his scalpreported digitalspy online “They knew what it was They knew it was marijuana It was completely clear to them I just thought it was uncalled for I don’t do cocaine I don’t like being associated with anything that’s untrue” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Published: September 25 2010 9:40 pm Related News The Hardline Hurriyat Conference today rejected Centre’s eight-point formula to de-escalate the current turmoil in Kashmir terming it as an “eye wash” even as other separatist outfits maintained a studied silence Chairman of the hardline faction Syed Ali Shah Geelani said the package of measures did not met the demands raised by him for starting a dialogue process for resolving the Kashmir issue Describing the steps as a mere “eye wash”the Hurriyat hawk reiterated his demand for withdrawal of troops from the state and release of political prisoners On the other handthe moderate Hurriyatheaded by Mirwaiz Umar Farooqand JKLF chief Mohammad Yaseen Malik maintained a studied silence over the steps unveiled by the Centre Malik said he would convene a meeting of the Working Committee and the Executive Council of his outfit to discuss the new development “We will comment only after the measures announced (by the Union government) are discussed threadbare by the Working Committee and the General Council” the separatist leader told PTI Sources in the moderate Hurriyat Conferenceheaded by Mirwaiz Umar Farooqsaid consultations were on among amalgam leaders for framing a response to Union Home Minister’s latest move The Centre today unveiled an eight-point formulaapproved by the Cabinet Committee on Securityto deal with the current unrest in the Valley “None of our demandsin particular accepting Jammu and Kashmir as a disputed territoryhave been considered by the government” Geelani said In a video posted on social networking site Youtubethe hardline separatist leader accused the Centre of adopting delaying tactics regarding resolution of the Kashmir issue On the announcement of Rs five lakh compensation to the next of kin of those killed during the ongoing unrestGeelani said “the withdrawal of armed forces from the state will be the only compensation for them” “Even Rs five crore compensation will not be enough for the bereaved families” he said He once again demanded withdrawal of troops from Jammu and Kashmir and release of political prisoners including those arrested in the past three months A moderate Hurriyat Conference spokesman said the amalgam “has been for a long time demanding implementation of certain measures for improving the ground situation and creating an atmosphere free of intimidation and coercion” He said this was needed for initiating a process of meaningful engagement between the concerned parties for the resolution of the Kashmir issue “A serious and sincere effort to that end needs to be made” the spokesman said adding the government’s package of measures would be discussed at a meeting of the Hurriyat For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: June 29 2010 5:19 pm Related News A national campaign that uses the power of pop culturemedia and community mobilisation for outreach against domestic violence India has bagged the prestigious Silver Lion at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival Right’s body Breakthrough’s “Bell Bajao Campaign” against domestic violence has bagged the prestigious Silver LionIndia’s only win in the film category out of the five shortlisted entries The films have been created by Ogilvy & Mather and directed by Bauddhayan Mukherjee of Little Lamb Films “Bell Bajao” campaign was launched in August 2008 with the support of the Ministry of Women and Child Development and campaign ambassador and popular filmstar Boman Irani The campaign is based on true stories of people who joined the movement against domestic violence “The Silver Lion provides us with a global platform to spotlight violence against women and to ask men and boys to become partners in ending it” Mallika Duttexecutive director of Breakthrough said in a statement “What makes this win even more wonderfulis the fact that this work was not created because one wanted to win an award But because everyone from the client to the creative team to the filmmaker believed this was what it would take to put an end to domestic violence” said Ogilvy & Mather group creative director Zenobia Pithawalla The Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival is considered one of the biggest celebration of creativity in communications For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News gliding from tree to tree to avoid the dangerous forest floor, and as head of the lab, This has resulted in higher voter turnout in Mumbai Northwest, said Patil Parts of North-Central that had seen voter 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