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Archive for September 19th, 2009

PCPA leader lynched by CPIM goons in Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on September 19, 2009


MIDNAPORE: PCPA leader Swadesh Hembram (28), a resident of Ramgarh in Lalgarh, was lynched, allegedly by CPM men, on Friday evening.

Local CPM leaders, though, have denied that their men were involved in the lynching.

Swadesh’s relative, Subhas Hembram, was seriously injured in the beating when he tried to rescue Swadesh. Subhas was later admitted to Midnapore Medical College Hospital. Police are yet to make any arrest.

Anuj Pandey, CPM’s Binpur zonal secretary, said: "CPM men were not involved in the killing."

That CPM would start targeting PCPA members was evident, as they had been assembling men in several places of Salboni, Kankabati in Midnapore Town and in Belatikri to resist PCPA and Maoists, said sources. TOI

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Red poster ban on liquor

Posted by Admin on September 19, 2009


CPI Maoist Poster (File picture)

CPI Maoist Poster (File picture)

OUR CORRESPONDENT

Jamshedpur, Sept. 18: The CPI(Maoist) today launched a poster campaign at Nimdih and Patamda in Seraikela-Kharsawan and East Singhbhum, respectively.

The campaign will mark the beginning of Establishment Day to be observed on September 21. Apart from the poster campaign, residents of Patamda, Fadengda, Chaliama and Dahubera have been asked by rebels to shun liquor.

Posters carried a threat for residents living in Patamda and Nimdih of dire consequences if they indulged in any kind of business related to alcohol or consumed it.

Deputy superintendent of police Madan Mohan Lal said the posters were found fixed on the wall of a bus stop at Chaliama and on the wall of a community hall in Fadengda. Other posters were found fixed on branches of trees. The posters were written in Bengali and Hindi.

Lal said the police stumbled upon the posters while carrying out long-range patrolling at Nimdih. They immediately confiscated the posters and intensified patrolling.

Police sources said the poster campaign was probably launched by a squad that owed allegiance to Arup Mochi, an area commander in Dalma.

Notably, illegal brewing of country-made liquor is one of the main businesses that flourish in the jungles of Patamda and Nimdih at the foothills of Dalma.

As trade and consumption of liquor is considered to be a vice by most women, Maoists have chosen to take on liquor brewers to win villagers’ hearts.

Earlier in July, rebels had posted similar threats to brewers by resorting to wide spread poster campaign in the foothills of Dalma.TT

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Indian Maoists in fierce battle, 9 Maoists & 1 cop killed

Posted by Admin on September 19, 2009


CPI Maoist Central Committe Member Com. Padma’s funeral procession (File)

CPI Maoist Central Committe Member Com. Padma’s funeral procession (File)

Five commandos missing in gun battles in Dantewada

Heavy gun fights broke out between security forces and the Maoists in the Bastar forests of Chhattisgarh on Friday, resulting in the death of seven rebels and an assistant commandant of the Commando Battallion for Resolute Action, (CoBRA), the counter-insurgency unit of the CRPF, officials from Raipur, the State headquarters, said.

Five CRPF commandos were reported missing and a massive search operation was on for them in the jungles on the southern-most tip of Chhattisgarh. But chances of their survival were remote, police sources told The Hindu.

Officials were certain that the Maoist casualties could be significantly high, but they refused to hazard a guess on the death toll. The slain Assistant Commandant was identified as Manorajan Singh, while the naxals were not yet identified. Read the rest of this entry »

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Doctor arrested in Lalgarh

Posted by Admin on September 19, 2009


Aug 18 LalgarhMaoist link doc arrested  OUR CORRESPONDENT

Midnapore, Sept. 18: Jatin Pratihar, a homoeopath whom the police had been looking for since the completion of their circle of domination in Lalgarh, was arrested today.

The police have been tightlipped about how they arrested Pratihar. An officer only said Pratihar was nabbed in his hideout in Lalgarh early this morning.

Pratihar, 52, was the first person the security forces started looking for when they marched to Kantapahari on June 29 having completed the circle of domination.

The man who the police believe collected funds for Maoists and also sheltered rebels in his Kantapahari home, was last seen giving drinking water to some jawans near his two-storey house. Read the rest of this entry »

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