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Archive for September 14th, 2009

Manipur: Attack on IRB not intentional, insists RPF

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

Rpf manipurSource: The Sangai Express

Imphal, September 12, 2009: Claiming that the ambush which killed four IRB personnel and injured six others at Makha Ching (Ningthemcha Karong) near Oksu this morning was undertaken by a team of its army wing PLA, the proscribed RPF has clarified that the ambush was not intentional.

Explaining about the unfortunate incident, a statement issued by the outfit’s department of publicity chief GM Changjou said that a team of PLA cadres were lying in ambush in the area on learning that a central security team was coming there.

At about 10.30 am, a team of security personnel wearing combat uniforms and bullet-proof vests exactly similar to those of central security forces approached the site in a bullet-proof security vehicle followed by Maruti gypsy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maoists treated us like guests

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

Maoist soldiers accompanied with village girls

Maoist soldiers accompanied with village girls

ROURKELA: “We were afraid that the Maoists will kill us. But our fear disappeard soon when they started treating us almost like guests,” said Topadihi railway station master Ratnakar Majhi, who was abducted by Red rebels.

Majhi’s views echoed the sentiments of four other railway employees who were also abducted in the wee hours of Friday and released later. “It was around 1 am on Friday when more than 60 armed Maoists barged into the station. The attackers told us that they had taken Topadihi railway station under their control. There was five of us at the station at that time. They blindfolded us one by one with black tapes before ordering us to follow them,” the station master said after returning to Rourkela on Saturday.

“We were trembling with fear. We had no option but to follow their orders. We walked for hours without knowing where we were going. We finally stopped at a place and the tapes were removed from our eyes. I saw that it was a densely forested area under a hill. The Maoists had set up their camp there,” Majhi added. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maoists active in 20 of India’s 28 states says Chidambaram

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

CPI Moaist RallyKalinga Times Correspondent
New Delhi, Sept 14: The scourge of left wing extremism has spread its tentacles in as many as 20 states across the country with 223 districts either partially or substantially hit by said internal security threat.

Stating this today while inaugurating the conference of DGPs/IGPs here on Monday, Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram iterated that CPI (Maoist) is the deadliest of the left wing extremist or the naxal groups active countrywide.

Underscoring the need for a united fight by both the state and the states to counter this disturbing internal security threat, Chidambaram said that CPI (Maoist) ultras are having visible presence in 17 states. Read the rest of this entry »

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CRPF to have its own intel wing

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

NEW DELHI: The home ministry has given its nod for setting up of a separate intelligence wing within the CRPF, which has been extensively deployed to fight Red ultras in naxal-hit states and to do counter-insurgency operations in Jammu & Kashmir and northeast.

As per the decision, each battalion of the paramilitary force will have an intelligence cell comprising about 10 personnel. At present, CRPF has to depend on state police for local intelligence.

"Though central agencies too have been giving inputs to CRPF on regular basis, the need was felt to involve the paramilitary personnel mainly to develop human intelligence in its area of operation," said an official.

Besides, the ministry has also approved setting up of vigilance cells in every range and sector. Currently, such cells exist only at the headquarters here. The need to set up vigilance cells in every range and sector was felt in the wake of disclosure of alleged irregularities in its recruitment system following CBI raids against a few top-ranking CRPF officials. TOI

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Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

CPINew Delhi,

6th August 2009

Press Release

The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued the following statement to the press:

The Secretariat of the Communist Party of India demands a judicial inquiry into the so-called encounter in Chhattisgarh in which seven innocent villagers including four CPI comrades were killed by the CRPF. The incident has been reported late because of the terror let loose by police in that area.

Eleven CRPF personal were killed in a land blast on 20th June. Police in a retaliatory act killed seven villagers belonging to Sonthanar village of Darbha Tahsil of Bastar district on the same day. Those who are killed by the police are in no way connected with the naxalites. Four of them (1). Com. Samuloo (2) Com. Sukaloo (3) Com. Sampat and (4) Com. Dahewoo are members of the CPI. The last one was the president of the local unit of Adivasi Mahasabha. CPI National Executive Member Com. C.R. Bakshi visited the village alongwith party leaders and inquired the details of incident. He and the State Party Secretary submitted a memorandum to the governor. But no result yet. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cops, tribals clash in Kalinganagar

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009 Tension continued to prevail in Kalinganagar steel hub in Jajpur district on Sunday, following a scuffle between tribals and police that left four, including two cops injured on Saturday.

Police sources said two cops, including a deputy superintendent of police were injured, when a group of tribals clashed with police personnel, who were trying to enter Gobarghati village to arrest people accused in a murder case.

“DSP B B Mallick and a constable have been injured, while I escaped unhurt as stones pelted by the tribals hit my helmet. A group of 50 women and 20 men obstructed our way and challenged our entry into Gobarghati village,” inspector-in-charge of Kalinganagar police station K C Mund said. Read the rest of this entry »

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Political prisoners observe fast in jail

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

hrt-jailsNAGPUR: Though their numbers are not clear, it is learnt that some jail inmates went on a one-day hunger strike on Sunday which was also observed as the ‘day of the political prisoners’. The hunger-strike was primarily observed demanding status of the political prisoners by the inmates who have been jailed for their affiliation to different socio-political revolutionary movements like Maoism.

Jail authorities, confirming the participation of Ashok Satya Reddy, alias Murli, and Arun Thomas Ferreira in the hunger-strike, could not indicate how many inmates supported them and refused food. Both Murli and Ferreira were arrested by city police in 2007 for their alleged involvement in the Maoist movement. “So far, only two persons (Murli and Ferreira) have confirmed their participation in the hunger-strike,” said a senior jailor adding that the jail administration may contemplate taking legal action and register offence if hunger-strike continued. Read the rest of this entry »

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Micro air vehicles to fight Naxals soon

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

Naxalites on their way to the Bhubaneswar rally.

Naxalites on their way to the Bhubaneswar rally.

NEW DELHI: The Centre plans to soon acquire unmanned aerial surveillance equipment to track hideouts and movements of Naxalites, as part of its
efforts to give a technological edge to its counter-insurgency operations against Left-wing extremists.

On the potential suppliers’ shortlist is Honeywell Aerospace, the US-based defence equipment manufacturer. Talks are underway for acquiring its state-of-art micro air vehicle (MAV), a light-weight, backpackable, miniature spy helicopter that can hover over a height of up to 10,500 feet.

The home ministry, which is studying the feasibility of MAV for use in counter-Naxal operations, is set to witness live trials soon. MAV may be procured by the Central para-military forces operating in Naxal-infested areas or by the police forces of affected states. Read the rest of this entry »

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Encounters Are Murders’

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

warangal-acid-attack-sreenivas-killed-in-fake police-encounter2by Bernard D’Mello, MR

Inquiries by magistrates into “police encounter” killings in India have mostly corroborated the police version of the situation and reality leading to the deaths. But the Ahmedabad metropolitan magistrate S P Tamang’s investigation of the facts and circumstances leading to the deaths of 19-year olds Ishrat Jahan and Javed Sheikh and two others (25-year old Amjad Ali, alias Salim, and 17-year old Jisan Johar, alias Abdul Gani, claimed by the police to be Pakistani citizens, but their identity is yet to be established) in June 2004 are totally at odds with the Ahmedabad police and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Gujarat government’s claims. The police officers involved, going by the magistrate’s report, had concocted the story that the four were “operatives” of the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) on a mission to assassinate the chief minister, Narendra Modi, but were apprehended by the crime branch police, and shot dead in a “real” encounter on the outskirts of the city in the wee hours of the morning on 15 June 2004. Read the rest of this entry »

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We will support landless farmers at Rajarhat: Maoist leader Koteswar Rao

Posted by Admin on September 14, 2009

Kolkata , Sep 13 Accusing CPI(M) and Trinamool Congress of playing political blame-game and doing nothing for landless farmers, Maoist leader Kishenji has said they would provide all necessary support to such peasants at Rajarhat where a luxury resort was burnt down recently.

Kishenji asserted that CPI-(Maoist)&aposs frontal organisations were already working on organising a movement against the government and land mafias by mobilising landless farmers&apossupport in the area.”Our frontal organisations are already working in the area and, if need be, we will definitely go there,” Kishenji said.” Vedic village has been given undue advantage and farmers have been forced to sell land at gun-point,”he alleged. On the other hand, coming down heavily on Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee, Kishenji said,” When the state government has scrapped the IT township project where IT giants like Wipro and Infosys were involved, Mamata is demanding revival of the IT township project again.

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