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Archive for August 7th, 2009

Manipur: RPF thanks people, flays CM, MLAs

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


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Imphal, August 06 2009: The proscribed Revolutionary People’s Front (RPF) today thanked the people of Manipur for having boldly stood up against what the outfit called “terrorist” Manipur police commandos, and also castigated the Chief Minister, Okram Ibobi and the rest of the members of the Manipur Legislative Assembly for callously supporting the Chief Minister in giving permission to the police commandos to continue their killing spree.

A press release issued by GM Changjou, Chief of Department of Publicity, RPF thanked the people, clubs, organisations, etc.

for defying the curfew and fighting with the rubber bullets, tear gas shells, etc.of the police commandos using catapults and stones. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh is Naxalbari-II: Maoist leader Kishanji

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


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“It will now inspire revolutionary forces all over the country”Blockades took place like an “upsurge”, Maoists sceptical of Trinamool’s continued support to Singur movement

HYDERABAD: Security forces might have gained an upper hand in containing the uprising in West Bengal’s Lalgarh, but the ultra-Left Communist Party of India (Maoist) believes that Lalgarh would now inspire revolutionary forces all over the country as did the Naxalbari movement four decades ago.

Enthused by what it claims as an “unprecedented mass base” formed during the resistance, the Maoist think tank now looks at Lalgarh as the “second Naxalbari.” In fact, even the Naxalbari did not have such a big mass base, feel the Maoists. Read the rest of this entry »

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Operation Lalgarh a failure: West Bengal Govt

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


lalgarh 56567KOLKATA/BINPUR: Operation Lalgarh has failed, the state government admitted on Thursday, the same day Maoists gunned down three more people in the trouble zone and Maoist leader Bikash reiterated the threat to assassinate chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.

The situation is so bad that West Midnapore district magistrate Narayan Swaroop Nigam fears an attack on Midnapore town “any day”.

Naxalites have killed 10 people in the area in a week in spite of the huge presence of police and paramilitary forces.

“Our target was to arrest the Maoists or flush them out of the area. But we have not been successful. The Maoists are continuing with the siege almost everyday. Killings and abductions are regular,” home secretary Ardhendu Sen said on Thursday after a review meeting at Writers’ Buildings. Read the rest of this entry »

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26000 securirty men and Gunship Helicpters to Curb Maoist party

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


Maoists at a memorial for those killed in police encounters in the Nallamalla forest, south of Hyderabad.

Maoists at a memorial for those killed in police encounters in the Nallamalla forest, south of Hyderabad.

NEW DELHI: Security forces are preparing for a long haul in the counter-Naxalite grid, with a good 26,000 personnel drawn from CRPF, BSF, ITBP and Nagaland armed battalion joining hands to “liberate” Maoist strongholds over the next couple of years.

The upcoming offensive against the Maoists, timed for a launch sometime in October, will see additional deployment of nearly 16 battalions of CRPF, five of BSF, one of ITBP and two Naga battalions, to carry out surgical, intelligence-based strikes on their hideouts in strongholds like Abujmarh and Malkangiri.

The forces will be pulled out from J&K and the North-East, with some troops being disengaged from the international border as well. Read the rest of this entry »

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CPI demands judicial probe into killings by CRPF in Chhattisgarh

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


coverstory9Special Correspondent/K.V. Prasad

NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India on Thursday demanded a judicial inquiry into the alleged encounter in Chhattisgarh in which seven villagers including four of its workers were killed by the Central Reserve Police Force.

In a statement, the party central secretariat said the incident was reported late due to the terror let loose by the police in the area.

It said on June 20, 11 CRPF personnel were killed in a blast and in retaliation CRPF killed seven villagers the same day.

Besides the probe, the party demanded Rs. 10 lakh ex-gratia to each of the family of the innocent villagers killed. –(EOM)–

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Manipuris continue to defy curfew

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


Hundreds of people, including women participated in the processions on Tinsid Road

Hundreds of people, including women participated in the processions on Tinsid Road

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IMPHAL: Notwithstanding Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi announcing a judicial inquiry into the July 23 killings here and ordering the suspension of the policemen involved in the fake encounter, thousands of men and women continued to defy curfew. They blocked roads with burning tyres, logs, boulders and glass pieces.

Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram is reported to have rung up Mr. Ibobi, who was camping at the Manipur House in New Delhi, to know why a judicial inquiry was not instituted if the State government was so certain that it was an encounter. Soon after his arrival here on Wednesday, Mr. Ibobi announced the government decision on the inquiry and suspension.

The Chief Minister refused to disclose the names of the policemen suspended, during a press conference here.

On Wednesday night, thousands of women held torch-light rallies. Similar demonstrations were reported from the four valley districts and the hill district, Chandel.

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Bihar: 7 Maist arrested in Paliganj

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


2005041000160201PATNA: Patna police late on Wednesday night arrested seven Maoists, including the area commander of CPI(Maoist)’s Sone-Punpun area committee, from Paliganj.

Patna SSP Vineet Vinayak on Thursday said the Maoists were arrested while they were on way to Gurua in Gaya district, carrying sheets of bullet-proof jackets to show them to their seniors so that their outfit could procure it. He said besides the metal-sheets, Naxal literatures were also seized from their possession.

Vinayak said one of the arrested Maoists, Ganesh alias Ganesh Bhagwan, was an accused in a case of loot of five police rifles in Arwal in 1999. He was released from jail about ten months back and elevated to the rank of area commander. Ganesh was also involved in the blast of towers of a private cellphone company in Paliganj few months back, he added.

The arrested Maoists have been identified as Ganesh alias Ganesh Bhagwan, a resident of Imamganj, Manoj Kumar, Rajit Kumar, Upendra Kumar, Nand Kumar, Upendra Gupta and Ramswaroop Paswan alias Naresh Paswan alias Mahesh, all residents of Karpi in Arwal, and Kasinath, a resident of Begumpur in Patna City.

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Porali, Tamil Revolutionary Magazine

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


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