Operation People's War

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Operation People's War
Ezanipet offensive
Part of Laskaridia-led intervention in the Perimata Conflict

Laskaridian soldiers rest near a lake.
Date10 April 2024
5°39'12"N 100°34'00"E[a]
Result Laskaridian and allied forces maintain control over Ezanipet, Fort Srivijaya and Petaniapura

  • RPR Perimata
  • Commanders and leaders
  • Laskaridia Indera Rafah
  • Azaad Sarmuk
  • Units involved
  •  Public Force of Laskaridia
  • Gonzalo Brigades
  • Strength
  • Laskaridia 9 Soldiers
  • 8 Insurgents
  • Casualties and losses
  • Laskaridia 0
  • 1 Injury
  • On April 10th 2024, Marxist insurgents launched Operation People’s War in retaliation to the Northern Petania offensive. The operation was a part of the Conflict in Perimata, and was done in retaliation to the raids on weapons depots owned by insurgent forces.

    Background and planning

    On April 8 2024, after an order from King Sean II and V of Laskaridia, communist forces hiding in the jungle areas south of Petaniapur were attacked. This resulted in the Ezanipet Zone being expanded southwards. The offensive was a success for the Laskaridian, and early reports showed that the militants had begun to plan counter operations right after their defeat.

    The militia groups involved were primarily from the Perimbri Gonzalo (roughly meaning, Chairman Gonzalo’s Brigades), a militant communist group that had formed following the Gaplan association. These groups associate with radical communism, and consist of militants who use the jungle cover to their advantage. Various other communist insurgents collaborated with the Perimbri Gonzalo. Operation PW was formed by high ranking members of the RPR Perimata, including Chairman Raytauk. The name was derived from ”protracted people’s war” a Maoist concept, allied forced learned of the name from captured documents.


    Drone intelligence

    Due to thick jungle cover, drones are used. They are often perched upon trees and bushes secretly, and capture video and audio surveillance from the insurgent meetings. This strategy has proven to be effective thus far. The insurgent armies usually do not retaliate against allied drones. The drones are launched from nearby LAF Petaniapur, but other larger drones and remote-controlled aircraft are launched from the more army and Air Force-oriented LAF Srivijaya.

    Ground assault

    Insurgents began the assault at roughly 6:50PM local time, they attempted to hide in the jungles near Ezanipet, with hopes of pushing Laskaridian forces back to Srivijaya, and hopefully capturing Petaniapura (if they had captured Ft. Srivijaya, Petaniapura would have been easily taken). The guerillas were spotted, and homemade improvised artillery was launched towards them, forcing them to attack from behind. The attack on Ezanipet was countered succesfully, and after a short assault, Laskaridian soldiers were able to return to Ezanipet, and later Petaniapura.


    After the operation, many of the officers of the Royal Kedah Regiment attempted to follow the insurgents towards their base to see the center of enemy operations. This was only partially successful as another weapon depot was discovered in a hole. The Laskaridian soldiers stopped near a lake to see the area from afar.


    The operations failure meant that the area of Ezanipet is now secure from communist attacks. It also demonstrates the effectiveness of intelligence (signals intelligence) in improvised attacks.


    1. Approximate location, exact source may vary