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Archive for August 26th, 2009

Chhattisgarh:15 cops suspended for not reporting for duty in Maoist area

Posted by Admin on August 26, 2009


19june27r copy LalgarhRaipur, Aug 26 (PTI) Chhattisgarh government has today dismissed 13 jawans for not reporting for duty in naxal-affected areas in Rajnandgaon district.

Inspector General Police R K Vij said the jawans have been dismissed for not following orders to report for duty at Madanwada, a naxal-infested area, last week.

Fifteen jawans were deputed to the area after they were trained from Counter Terrorism and Jungle Warfare College at Kanker district of the state. However, none reported for duty, he said.

Earlier, the state government had suspended the 15 jawans on grounds of indiscipline of whom 13 were today dismissed.

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Arrested CPI Maoist leaders produced in court

Posted by Admin on August 26, 2009


headerPATNA/RANCHI: A day after outlawed CPI (Maoist) threatened an indefinite bandh in protest against the “kidnapping” of their two leaders by police, Jharkhand police on Tuesday produced the two Maoists in a Ranchi court.

The duo, Anil and Kartik, had been missing since last week. The Naxal outfit claimed they were picked up by police from the running Ranchi-Patna Intercity Express on August 19 but had not been produced in any court.

Even as the Naxal outfit, apparently fearing that they would be killed in a fake encounter, called for a two-day bandh in five eastern states on Monday and Tuesday, police remained tightlipped about them.

On Tuesday, however, Anil and Kartik were produced in the CJM court in Ranchi and forwarded to the Birsa Munda Central jail. This after Ranchi zone DIG R K Mullick claimed at a hurriedly-convened press conference earlier in the day that the duo were arrested while trying to board a Patna-bound train at the Ranchi railway station on Monday evening. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maoists expanding base in S Bengal

Posted by Admin on August 26, 2009


30_1Statesman News Service

KOLKATA, 25 AUG: Documents seized from Maoist hideouts in Lalgarh during joint operations reveal that it has set up six Zonal Committees (ZCs) in the state so far and at least five more will come up in south Bengal districts.

Representation from West Bengal in the outfit’s Central Committee (CC) and Politburo has also increased, according to information available to the state and central police organisations.

The outfit is also planning to set up more units in districts including Nadia, Burdwan, Murshidabad, Hooghly and Birbhum.

The CPI (Maoist) will be setting up two ZCs in Nadia and Murshidabad shortly, an officer said adding that another unit will be established to spread Maoist activities in Arambag, Khanakul and Goghat (Hooghly) and Chandrokona, Ghatal (West Midnapore). Read the rest of this entry »

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Calcutta link to Maoist behind bandh

Posted by Admin on August 26, 2009


26RanTruck6.jpg One of the five trucks that was set on fire by Maoist rebels on Tuesday. Picture by Prashant Mitra

Aug. 25: The two Maoist leaders whose arrest has triggered a violent bandh in several eastern states hail from Bengal, police said today, announcing a sequence that did not tally with events on the ground.

The duo — Amitabh Bagchi, a CPI (Maoist) politburo member and secretary of the central military commission of the outfit, and Tauhid Mulla, a Bengal state committee member — are from Shyampukur in Calcutta and Murshidabad, respectively, the police said.

They were arrested last night at Ranchi railway station on their way back from Bengal, Jharkhand police said today. However, the 48-hour Maoist bandh in five states to force the police to produce the two in court, fearing encounter deaths, was announced and had begun on Monday morning itself, several hours before the purported evening arrests. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh: Teen released after PCPA gherao

Posted by Admin on August 26, 2009


LAL_630atttMIDNAPORE: Bhimpur in Salboni turned tense on Tuesday morning after the Maoist-backed People’s Committee against Police Atrocities (PCPA) gheraoed the Bhimpur police camp, demanding the release of Tukai Mahato (15), a Madhyamik student. Police released him after the PCPA stir.

Trouble started when the joint forces, pursuing an intelligence report, launched an operation at Purba Patajharia, Balibandh and Neria villages in Salboni at 6 am to nab Maoists. But the large contingent of BSF jawans and policemen failed to nab a single Maoist squad member. Then, they allegedly zeroed in on local PCPA leaders, but they had already fled on hearing about the arrival of police. The joint forces then searched the house of PCPA leader Prasanta Mahato and his two brothers, Harisadhan and Tapan, but did not find any evidence of Maoist links.

On their way back, police took Tukai, Harisadhan’s son, with them. As the news spread, more than 5,000 PCPA supporters, including women, gheraoed the Bhimpur police camp,

demanding the “innocent student” be released. When the mob tried to enter the police camp forcibly and broke a part of the fencing, cops resorted to a lathicharge. Twelve people, including five women, were injured.

PCPA workers who gheraoed the police camp demanding the release of the teenage student feared that “false charges” would be slapped on him. They also demanded that the police camp be withdrawn.

A senior district officer said: “So far, we have found out that boys in the age-group of 15-18 years have been used by Maoists in various operations, including murder. So, we picked up Tukai for interrogation, but released him as we found nothing.” Read the rest of this entry »

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