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Archive for September 22nd, 2009

CPI Maoist leader Kobad Gandhi sent to 14 days judicial custody

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


Maoist Central Committee member, Kobad Ghandy, who was arrested in Delhi on Sunday. Photo: Special ArrangementThe Hindu Maoist Central Committee member, Kobad Ghandy, who was arrested in Delhi on Sunday. Photo: New Delhi: Kobad Gandhi, a top leader of CPI (Maoist), who is in charge of spreading the organisation’s influence in urban areas, was today sent to 14 days judicial custody by a Delhi Court.

Gandhi, arrested here yesterday, was remanded to judicial custody for a day by a duty magistrate. He was produced before chief judicial magistrate Kaveri Baweja who extended his judicial remand till October 6.

The Maoist leader who was apprehended by the special cell of the Delhi police on Sunday night was produced before the CMM after a medical check-up as he had complained of a cardiac problem.

The court in its order said Gandhi, 63, should be provided necessary medical treatment during his custody. Police said Gandhi was in-charge of a CPI(Maoist) committee on mass organisations, spreading its influence in urban areas and publication wing. They said he was also in touch with ultra left organisations abroad to get international recognition for his party. His wife Anuradha, also a top Maoist leader, died of malaria in April this year. Read the rest of this entry »

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Orissa Police arrest scribe for alleged Maoist link

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


Bombay News.Net Tuesday 22nd September, 2009 (IANS)

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik Tuesday ordered an inquiry into the arrest of a journalist by police two days ago in Orissa’s Gajapati district for his alleged links with Maoist rebels, a senior official here said.

Laxman Choudhuri, a reporter of Oriya daily ‘Sambad’, was arrested Sunday from Mohana area on the charge that a packet containing eight pieces of Maoist leaflets addressed to him were recovered from a bus conductor.

Police arrested Choudhuri and the conductor on the charges of waging war against the government, sedition, criminal conspiracy and assisting Maoist activities.

Chief Minister Patnaik has asked the local deputy inspector general of police to probe the arrest after a delegation led by senior journalist Prasant Patnaik met him at the state secretariat.

The delegation described the arrest as illegal, a senior official of the chief minister office told IANS.

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Manipur: RPF debunks police charge

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


Rpf manipurSource: The Sangai Express

Imphal, September 20 2009: Referring to a news report published on September 16, about the arrest of AMUCO publicity secretary Likmabam Tompok (50) of Maklang Mayai Leikai, Thiyam Dinesh (39) of Sega Road Takhellambam Leikai, AMUCO finance secretary Chungsel Koireng (39) of Thangmeiband Koireng Khul, assistant finance secretary Irom Brojen (40) of Haorang Khunou, assistant finance secretary Amom Soken (41) of Wangoo Tera, assistant secretary Taorem Ramananda (50) of Patsoi Part I, AMESCO general secretary Samjetsabam Nando (48) of Pangei Awang Leikai and CCDD joint secretary Yumnam Jiten (32) of Kwakeithel Mayai Koibi on September 14, the proscribed RPF has debunked the reported police allegation that the arrested civil society leaders were planning a meeting with the RPF/PLA. Read the rest of this entry »

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Encounter killings in States

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


COVER STORY

Fake justice

“Encounter killing” is a pan-Indian phenomenon and an easy way out for men in uniform.

NISSAR AHMAD
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The body of Abdur Rehman Padder, killed in a fake encounter, being exhumed from the grave at Batmohalla Sumbal near Srinagar on February 1, 2007.

MAHARASHTRA
by Anupama Katakam

MAHARASHTRA was among the first States to introduce “encounter killings” as a method of policing and has perfected it over time.

Encounters fall into two categories in the State – shootouts that take place in Mumbai, which are largely underworld-related, and those that take place in the districts, particularly in the naxalite belt that borders Andhra Pradesh.

To understand the origin of encounters in Mumbai, one has to understand the history of crime in the metropolis. Police documents say that encounters began in the early 1980s, when the underworld started exercising control over the metropolis in a big way. At that time, it operated mainly in the area of hafta (protection money). Drugs, commercial sex, and trade in illegal weapons became major sources of income for the underworld, when Dawood Ibrahim took over from the don Karim Lala. Read the rest of this entry »

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Copters, ISRO images to be used against Maoists

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


Naxals, ropes in IAF, ISRO
Updated on Tuesday, September 22, 2009, 18:42 IST Tags:fight Naxals, IAF, ISRO Zeenews Bureau

New Delhi: Government has decided to launch massive offensive against Naxals by using IAF helicopters and ISRO’S satellite images for surgical strikes.

The offensive is to be launched by the end of this year.

As per plans, the operations would be led by the anti-Naxal force CoBRA in coordinations with state police and paramilitary forces CRPF, BSF and ITBP, a senior Home Ministry official said today.

The highlight of the operations will be participation of the Indian Air Force (IAF) which will provide helicopters for the movement of troops.

Another unique feature will be the role of ISRO for providing satellite images and National Technical Research Organisation to finetune the strategies. Read the rest of this entry »

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Fake Encounter Killings: Political patronage

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


VENKITESH RAMAKRISHNAN
Most political parties, when in power in the States or at the Centre, have turned a blind eye to extrajudicial killings.

RAJEEV BHATT
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Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram with Cabinet Secretary K.M. Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Home Shakeel Ahmed and National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan at a meeting in New Delhi with Chief Ministers of seven States affected by naxalite extremism.

IF one goes by the proclamations of the mainstream political parties in India, all of them are critical of all forms of extrajudicial killing. Leaders of all parties have time and again raised their voices against encounter killings and custodial deaths. Their declamations become all the more intense when such an incident makes the headlines in a State governed by their political adversaries. The leaderships of the two principal parties, the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), have adopted such postures in various States. However, their own track record in the States they have ruled divest them of all moral authority to protest on this issue. Read the rest of this entry »

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MAOISTS TRADE BULLETS WITH DANCE AND SONGS FOR A CHANGE. (TAPE NO 5227)

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


14naxalitesAni September 22nd, 2009

NATURAL WITH HINDI SPEECH

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Maoists trade bullets with dance and songs for a change in India’s eastern Gaya.

Maoist rebels in India’s eastern Gaya sang and danced to mark the fifth anniversary of the inception of Communist Party of India-Maoist formed with a merger of the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC) and the People’s War Group on September 21, 2004.

SHOWS:

GAYA, BIHAR, INDIA (SEPTEMBER 21, 2009) (ANI-ACCESS ALL)

1. MAOISTS PRACTISING WAR TACTICS AMIDST MUSIC

2. VARIOUS OF MAOISTS DANCING WITH GUN IN HANDS

3. (SOUNDBITE) (Hindi) PARAMJEET, MAOIST COMMANDER, SAYING: “Our party was divided in two parts. The other party worked separately for some time but later the two groups merged. We are celebrating the merger because we all are brothers.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Ad war against Maoists: Ads will not stop village violence

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


PIC FROM VIZAG--- Two posters, part of the publicity campaign launched  by the district police against the CPI (Maoist) and to wean away Girijans from naxalites.

PIC FROM VIZAG--- Two posters, part of the publicity campaign launched by the district police against the CPI (Maoist) and to wean away Girijans from naxalites.

Hong Kong, China — “Naxals are nothing but cold-blooded murderers” said an advertisement published in the Indian media on Sunday. The advertisement was issued by the government of India as part of its advanced campaign against the “Naxal menace” in the country.

To add authenticity, the advertisement carried seven pictures of women, children and men killed by the Naxalites, along with the identities and other details of the victims.

The Naxal movement in India is rooted in the government’s failure to guarantee the basic norms of a democratic state to a large section of the country’s population, particularly in rural areas and remote villages. This explains why the Naxalite movement is mainly spread across the remotest villages. Read the rest of this entry »

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CPI Maoist Polit bureau member Kobad Gandhi arrested in Delhi

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


Anu Radha Gandhi

Anuradha Gandhi

The Special Cell of the Delhi Police arrested top Maoist leader Kobad Gandhi from an undisclosed place in Delhi late Sunday evening. A Tees Hazari court on Monday sent him to 14 days judicial custody.

Gandhi, a Politbureau and Central Committee member of the banned CPI (Maoist), was reportedly staying in Delhi for the past three years and was traced after inputs from intelligence agencies and Jharkhand Police.

“He has been with the CPI (Maoist) for last many years and was in-charge of expanding the party in urban areas. He “is widely acknowledged as an ideologue and was also in-charge of the party’s publication wing, and played a crucial role in getting international recognition to the party,” a senior police official said. “He was staying alone in Delhi but he has sympathizers here. We are checking his visits, mobile phone details and accounts to know about his contacts here in Delhi,” a senior police official said.

The police, however, did not disclose details about the place he was arrested from or recoveries made from him. The police is also clueless about the motive behind his stay in Delhi. Read the rest of this entry »

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Maoists, CPM exchange fire, 10 Killed

Posted by Admin on September 22, 2009


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Midnapore, Sept. 21: Two CPM activists were seriously injured when armed Maoists and a resistance group mostly of the Left party’s cadres exchanged fire for about four hours in West Midnapore this evening.

Maoist leader Kishanji later claimed that 10 CPM activists had died in the encounter in Enayetpur, about 10km from Midnapore town, but police did not confirm any deaths.

“At least 10 CPM cadres have been killed in the encounter. I invite Dipak Sarkar (the district secretary of the CPM in West Midnapore) to come and see the condition of the armed cadres of his party. We have surrounded the CPM office in Manidaha in which about 150 armed CPM men are holed up. If the men do not surrender their weapons, we will blow up the party office,” he said. Manidaha is about 5km from Enayetpur. Read the rest of this entry »

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