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Archive for August 21st, 2009

No government in the world has ever won a war against the people: Maoist leader Kishanji

Posted by Admin on August 21, 2009


Aajkaal-3.pmdTop Maoist leader Koteswar Rao alias Kishanji has thrown the gauntlet at the government following Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Home Minister P. Chidambaram’s promise to weed out the “Maoist menace” in the country.

Kishanji, speaking from an undisclosed location in Lalgarh on Tuesday night, said the Peoples Liberation Guerrilla Army of the rebels would reply to the police “onslaught on the people bullet for bullet”. The Maoist politburo member in charge of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Orissa alleged that the governments, both at the Centre and in the states, were whipping up anti-Naxalite propaganda to distract attention from their own failure to eradicate poverty and under-development.

“No government, either at the Centre or in the states, ever attempted to eradicate poverty. Now, when the people are becoming restless, the governments are trying to suppress the people’s movement by letting lose the police” Kishanji said. Read the rest of this entry »

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Narayan Patana, the Lalgarh of Orissa

Posted by Admin on August 21, 2009


orrisaORISSA’S KORAPUT district has been overrun by Naxal violence as the Communist Party of India (Maoist) has pledged support of the local tribals in the latter’s movement for land rights in Narayan Patna area. Under the banner of Chasi Mulia Adivasi Sangha, (Association of tribal farmers and labourers) the tribals were raising their voice against the Centre. As part of their demand for land, there have been attacks by the Sangha on non-tribal settlers in the region to force them to leave.

They have also captured the agricultural land of non-tribals and started to cultivate them. As a result, the entire Narayan Patna area has been captured by Naxals and the Sangha. Sivananda Ray, the vice president of the opposition claims that the administration does not seem concerned as their has been scarce action about it.

Orissa possesses well paid units of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Special Officer Group, armed police Force, a special striking Force and a Cobra Force to tackle terror outfits. Police department special branch and special intelligence wing are also working to provide movements of the naxal cadres. However, the government has failed to tackle the armed naxals in this remote district. Police stations and police out-post are mere witnesses of this violence. More than three hundred families have already left their village. Read the rest of this entry »

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Bihar wants inclusion of 4 more districts in naxal-hit areas

Posted by Admin on August 21, 2009


CPI MaoistIn a significant move, Bihar’s NDA government has sought inclusion of four more naxalite-hit districts under the security related expenditure (SRE).

Apart from 15 out of the 38 revenue districts covered under the scheme at present, similar treatment is required for four more revenue districts affected by the maoists, IG (Operations) S K Bhardwaj said on Friday.

The state government’s initiative comes in the wake of union ministry’s special attention to containing the growing naxal activities in some states in the country.

Under the SRE scheme, the expenditure incurred on security is reimbursed by the Centre. Notably, naxalites have made their presence felt in 31 districts of the state.

The state government had proposed inclusion of four more districts — Lakhisarai, Munger, Buxar and Sheikhpura – in the SRE scheme. The Centre has however, decided to cover Munger only, Bhardwaj said. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh Tribals and Maoists dig up roads

Posted by Admin on August 21, 2009


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Midnapore, Aug. 20: Tribals and Maoists have dug up roads or placed chopped trees on them at several points just outside the security forces’ circle of domination in West Midnapore in what seems like a repeat of resistance tactics now synonymous with Lalgarh.

Last night, villagers owing allegiance to the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities, accompanied by the rebels, dug up two roads — one running from Jhargram to Chandra, the other from Lalgarh town to Dherua. (See graphic)

Between Jhargram and Baita, a village about 24km from Lalgarh town, the villagers placed trees on the road.

The stretch between Baita and Dherua, close to the Dharampur police camp, was dug up in three places.

The road between Dherua and Chandra showed freshly dug ditches in four places, while the road from Lalgarh town to Dherua, with Dharampur in between, was cut at least in three places. Read the rest of this entry »

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