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Lalgarh still not under control, night patrolling intensified

Posted by Admin on September 10, 2009

Jawans at a milestone at Bhimpur that says Lalgarh is 9km awayKolkata: The West Bengal government on Wednesday said night patrolling at Lalgarh in West Midnapore district was being intensified as the joint forces operating against the Maoists were yet to gain full control of the area.

“As of now, it is difficult to get full control of the area. Night patrolling is being intensified,” Home Secretary Ardhendu Sen told reporters after reviewing the situation in Lalgarh at a high-level meeting.

According to Sen, 35 people have been killed by Maoists since the joint forces began their operations on June 19. There are confirmed reports of death of two Maoists and unconfirmed reports of death of five.

Pointing out that the Maoists were striking in the areas where the joint forces were not present, he said the strategy was being changed constantly to surprise the tribals.

Noting that 45 hardcore Maoists have been arrested while another 80 were still at large, he said, “the situation can be controlled only after we are able to nab them or drive them out of the state.”

In reply to a question, he said Maoist leader Koteswar Rao alias Kishanji was in Lalgarh but was frequently on the move.
Bureau Report


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