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Archive for July 23rd, 2009

Border Security Force to curb Maoist activities in Chhattisgarh

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

Mass rally in hyderabad organized by maoists

JAISALMER: Border Security Force (BSF) will be deployed in Naxal-affected areas of Chhattisgarh. In the first phase, 5,500 personnel of BSF, guarding the Indo-Pak border in Rajasthan and some north-eastern areas along the international border will be sent to curb the Naxal menace there. A Maoist Rally in Hydrabad (File Picture)

Sources said an order regarding this was issued by the Union home ministry recently. “Following the order, all the arrangements regarding the deputation of 5,500 personnel from border areas falling under Rajasthan and north-eastern states have been made,” said a senior BSF officer.

He added that the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) had been deployed to control Naxal activities. “They were not able to control it very well, so the Union home ministry has decided to depute BSF personnel in Chhattisgarh,” said the officer.

Confirming this, DG (BSF), M L Kumawat, said it is not for the first time that the BSF personnel are being deputed in Naxal-affected areas. “In Andhra Pradesh, the BSF successfully worked to tackle the problem. Similarly, BSF played a vital role in coping with the problem in West Bengal,” said Kumawat. Read the rest of this entry »

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Orissa:Naryanpatna land struggle inspires tribals of Raikia, Phulbani

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

Report by Manoj K.Dash

chengara1Berhampur: Maoist distributed 40 acres of cultivated land to Tribal at Raikia of Phulbani district. Every day Maoist activators capturing one after one area from undivided Ganjam, Koraput and Kandhamal Districts.

In the name of “CHASI MULIA SANGHA” non Tribal people those have captured the cultivated land now those lands are under the custody of Maoists.

Maoist activists were more alert after the 2007 violence in Kandhamal District.

Ranaba Panchyat an interior village of Kandhamal Maoist were captured 40 acres of land from two Mahajans and donated to landless Tribals.

Now from Ranaba from Maharaja family 100 Varana (20 acres) and from a another family 200 Varana (40 Acres) of land distributed to Tribal family.

Related Post Narayanpatna:Chashi Mulia Adivasi Sangha Seized 2000 acres of land from the land lords Read the rest of this entry »

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Balimela reservoir: Orissa tribals seek Freedom from Forced Isolation stage demonstration at Chitrakonda

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

tribal demonstration in Bhubaneswar. The neglect that the tribal people of the State have faced over the years makes them vulnerable to naxalite influenceMALKANGIRI, 22 JULY: Thousands of tribals continued to lay siege at the tehsil office at Chitrakonda and paralyse normal life in the area for the seventh day today as attempts for a negotiated settlement by district officials failed.

Tribal demonstration in Bhubaneswar(File Picture)

The tribals, including women and children have been occupying the market place and streets at Chitrakonda demanding immediate fulfillment of their demands which include basic amenities like PDS supply, electricity etc. They threatened to disrupt power supply from Balimela reservoir, if the government continues to ignore their demands. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh: Cops use Press stickers to evade Maoists

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

ev_naxal3DHARAMPUR: The stress of the battle for Lalgarh is proving to be too much for a section of police officers posted there. Desperate to avoid a Maoist strike, they are using everything from vehicles with Press stickers to ambulances to move around the forested terrain.

For example, during the Maoist-sponsored bandh on Wednesday, police supplied food and essential items to the Dharampur and Gohamidanga police camps in an ambulance. “Some officers are using Press and other stickers like patient’, LIC’ and BSNL’. This is increasing the risk for vehicles sporting authentic stickers,” said a constable. “Some senior officers have gathered stacks of these stickers and are using them after removing the police tag from vehicles. There are at least 12 four-wheelers with such stickers. They are even changing number plates to prevent identification.” Read the rest of this entry »

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lalgarh: Where have the Maoists gone?

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

Sankar Ray
10nax2aFables like 1,500 Maoists or 100 specially-trained-in arms-operations Maoists are at Lalgarh or its surroundings, scripted by West Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and his condescending subordinates like chief secretary Asoke Mohan Chakraborty and home secretary Ardhendu Sen, are now into the open.

Not a single Maoist is yet in the net of the joint forces. However, the 11,000-strong force has been successful in preventing newspersons from filing reports on torture let loose on subalterns.
Small wonder, the CPI-M’s central committee member Benoy Konar happily said, rubbing his palms gleefully, “We are with the chief minister in his application of the Central Act to suppress the Maoists”. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh Students on Hunger stike

Posted by Admin on July 23, 2009

lalgarh children on fast at gohomidanga picture by samir mondalThe People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA) started a hunger strike demanding the opening of schools in the area, which have been converted to camps for security forces for some time now.

Dozens of men, women and children sat on a fast at the Gohomidanga High School, demanding security forces be removed from there and normal classes resumed.

“The schoolchildren and their parents have initiated a hunger-strike because despite assurances, the state government is yet to open the schools for the children. Besides, security forces are harassing and torturing innocent villagers in the name of conducting operations against the Maoists. We are spearheading our agitation against this,” said PCAPA leader Chhattradhar Mahato.

A few days back the police had lathicharged and lobbed tear gas shells on a group of students and their parents of Gohamidanga School when they were demanding shifting of a police camp from the school premises requisitioned by the district police to accommodate security forces. Fifty students were injured in the incident.

Mahato recently established communication with Left Front leaders other than those in the CPM and sought their support for their movement. Constituents of the Left Front, including RSP and Forward Bloc, have spoken against the police operation in Lalgarh and promised to take up the matter with the Front leadership.

Indian Express

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