On November 24th, the international day of solidarity and struggle for the unconditional release of the political prisoners in India, various actions were carried out around the world, which we document here.
In Austria several wall newspapers were hung up in commemoration of comrade Kishenji who was captured, brutally tortured and murdered on November 24th, 2011. The campaigns were carried out in Innsbruck, Salzburg, Linz and Vienna.
An article about Kishenji has also been published in the current issue of the Antifaschistischen Aktion-Infoblatt.
In Colombia, a demonstration was held in front of the Yankee-embassy on November 24th.
In Galicia posters were hung up in several places and wall paintings were made.
In Chile, there was an action at the Indian Embassy and propaganda in universities and Schools.
In Italy, in Taranto, Bergamo and Palermo wall newspapers and posters were hung up. In Milan there was an information Event.
In Brazil, demonstrations were held in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro.
The demonstration in Belo Horizonte was held on November 25th, the national day of mobilization and the struggle for work and guarantee of rights. On the demonstration a banner with the photo of the comrade Sandra Lima was held.
When a monument on the Central Square of the city was mounted by demonstrators, cops tried to arrest them, but remained unsuccessful.
In Rio de Janeiro a demonstration by the Brazilian center of solidarity with the peoples (Centro Brasileiro de Solidariedade aos Povos - Cebraspo) was held on November 24th in front of the Yankee-consulate.
In France, rallies were held in Paris and Clermont-Ferrand, in Paris on the Place de la République. In addition, wall paintings and posters were placed at universities.
In Germany wall paintings and wall newspapers were hung in Berlin and Hamburg.
Berlin, S-Bahnstation Poelchaustraße, Marzahn: