CPI (Maoist) honors Ka Joma as proletarian internationalist
In tribute and honor honor to Comrade Jose Maria Sison’s contributions to the international communist movement, the Communist Party of India (Maoist) led the “Memorial Day for Comrade Joma” last January 16. Members of the CPI (Maoist), fighters of the People’s Liberation Guerilla Army (PLGA) and members of revolutionary organizations in India gathered to commemorate Comrade Joma.
Carrying big red banners, placards and red flags, hundreds of Indian masses and fighters marched in an unidentified community. Many of them are from India’s indigenous groups and families from Red bases of the PLGA and CPI (Maoist). The banners and placards carried calls: “Red salute Comrade Joma!” Fighters of the PLGA stood in formation and paid tribute to Comrade Joma.
Other revolutionary and communist parties and organizations expressed their solidarity with the memorial day.
Earlier, several international organizations gave recognition of Comrade Joma after his death. He was hailed by many organizations for his great contributions to the international communist movement and advancing the anti-imperialist movement across the world.