Solidarity Statements

To All Who Are Concerned About the People of India

Add Your Voices to Stop the War on Indian People

Once it was Operation Blue Star, now it is Operation Green Hunt.

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The People's Response?

The people of India, in particular the Adivasis (tribal people), peasants in rural areas are resisting the displacement, evictions and the military occupations. Since 2005 a series of struggles have broken out throughout in India. The landmarks include Kalinganagar (January 2006), Singur (May 2006), Nandigram (March 2007) Lalgarh (November 2008) Jagatsingpura (Feburuary 2009) (Narayanpatna (November 2009). Within India, government's military offensive, Operation Green Hunt, has aroused widespread opposition from democratic and progressive sections of the people committed to justice for the oppressed.

At this crucial juncture, it is vital that all progressive and democratic minded people outside India rally behind the people of India in their opposition to the war and the destructive economic policies pursued by the government.

The numbers of people affected by this full scale war are several times larger than the whole population of Iraq and Afghanistan put together. The people of Britain have a long and enduring relationship with the people of India. British people committed to democracy and a just society stood by the Indian people in their struggle for independence, in their struggle against the Emergency in 1975. Indian people are once again fighting against tyranny and injustice. We call on all people in Britain to join together and raise their voice against the Indian government's war against the Indian people. We call upon British people to support the just struggle of the most dispossessed and poorest people on earth that have dared to challenge the might of the international monopolies and corporations.

For more information on the Indian government's war on the Indian people visit International Campaign Against War on People of India: www.


Let us lend voice to the international demands:


Get Involved. Contact: Indian Workers Association (GB)