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Archive for September 4th, 2009

YSR’s success, Bengal’s bane – Flushed out of andhra, maoists flee to other states

Posted by Admin on September 4, 2009


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Sept. 3: Y.S. Rajasekhar Reddy will be remembered for driving the Maoists out of Andhra Pradesh, but his success has been a curse for Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Bengal where the fleeing rebels have built bases.

Senior police officers in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand told The Telegraph the guerrillas in their states were led by “Telugu-speaking” Maoists who had fled Andhra.

Among them are Kishanji alias M. Koteswar Rao — eastern chief of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) who oversaw the rebels’ Lalgarh activities — and Deepak Rao alias Deepak, who built the rebels’ Singhbhum base in 1998-99 and is now active in West Midnapore.

Although the Naxalites of four decades ago still evoke wide sympathy in Bengal, their current Maoist avatars made their first inroads into the state only in 1999-2000. This was the time the Andhra police were raising their Greyhound squad, trained specially to combat the guerrillas, which later met spectacular success in 2005-2006 under YSR’s rule.

“The Maoists realised they were wasting their efforts in Andhra and decided to develop their bases in other areas. The comrades from Andhra started coming to Bengal,” a senior Bengal officer said. Read the rest of this entry »

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Lalgarh: PCPA supporters gherao police post

Posted by Admin on September 4, 2009

Police lathicharged on women of Lalgarh, 28 July 2009.Midnapore (WB) Sep 3 People’s Committee against Police Atrocities (PCPA) supporters along with two women who were allegedly raped by security personnel today gheraoed the Pirakata police outpost in West Midnapore district.

“Two women were raped by the joint forces on Monday night. When they went to lodge a complaint at the Pirakata police station, their FIR was not taken,” PCPA sources said.

One of the victims said that she was raped by security personnel when her husband was away from home.

The police said they would conduct an inquiry into the matter.

Meanwhile, Maoist leader Kishenji alleged that two persons — Jaladhar Mahato and Hemonto Deb Singh, residents of Singhla — were shot dead by the joint forces when they were visiting relatives in Madhupur, while two others were arrested. – (Agencies) Sep 03, 2009 Read the rest of this entry »

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