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Archive for August 7th, 2007


Posted by Admin on August 7, 2007

Bangalore, Aug. 7 (BRS)- Beware….! Naxals are heading for your districts also!

Having created terror and anxiety in 11 districts of the State so far, Naxal leaders are reported to be preparing for expanding their ambit of activities to five more districts of Karnataka namely Kolar, Bijapur, Gadag, Kodagu and Chamarajanagar.

After Saketh Rajan, a Naxal leader fell to Police firing in Menasinahadya, Noor Zulfikar alias Sridhar took over as a leader of the Naxals. The outfit has reportedly decided on expanding its activities under his leadership.

Naxals are prowling in Chikmagalur, Udupi, Shimoga, Dakshina Kannada, Tumkur and Raichur districts, it is learnt. Further, they have been observed in Mysore, Bellary, Uttara Kannada, Devanagere and Chitradurga districts. Their target is said to cover the remaining16 districts.

Their plans have come to light during the detailed study being pursued by Ashok Sahu, Additional Director General of Police on the countrywide activities of Naxals. He disclosed the matter of Naxal activities in Karnataka to scribes on Sunday with figures and other details.

It is learnt that Naxals who are in the process of spreading their activities across the State have begun to eye industrial areas, in addition to forest land. They are reported to have created their own exclusive zones, recruited teenagers and training them in the use of destructive weapons.

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Protect RaoGhat Hills and the Mystical Tribals of Narainpur in Bastar District, Chhattisgarh

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2007

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Hunt still on for absconding naxalites

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2007

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K.T. Sangameswaran

Police teams fan out to places outside State

CHENNAI: Police teams have fanned out to places outside the State as the hunt for absconding naxalites continues. Simultaneously, efforts to identify the origin of weapons seized from those arrested in the wake of the aborted attempt to start an arms training camp near Periyakulam is continuing, a senior police officer said.

The police expected to get more information once the accused were taken into custody. A petition seeking police custody of one of those arrested, Karthi, a close associate of CPI (ML) State secretary Sundaramoorthy, is pending before a Periyakulam court.

The ‘Q’ Branch is continuing its hunt and the STF’s combing operations in the hill ranges is continuing, the officer said.

Weapons’ origin unknown

It was on the information provided by Karthi that the police seized a .315 rifle from Pallipattu in Tiruvallur district. The origin of the weapon and three other .303 rifles, which are usually given to the police, was not yet known. The rifles were seized following the arrest of three persons soon after an arms training camp was detected at Murugan Malai, near Periyakulam.

The police had informed other States, particularly those where there is naxalite activity, such as Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Chhattisgarh, about the seizure of the weapons. Enquiries in Tamil Nadu revealed that the weapons did not belong to the State police. Besides being on the look out for the wanted persons in Tamil Nadu, police officers were making enquiries about them in other States. Also, the police were on the look out for those who supported the wanted persons.

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