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Archive for August 1st, 2010

Maoist show of strength under cover of martyrs’ day

Posted by Admin on August 1, 2010

GAYA: Several hundred activists and sympathizers of outlawed CPI(Maoist) gathered at a village under Anti police station of Tekari subdivision in Gaya district late on Friday evening to observe martyrs’ day in the memory of activists killed in police encounters and police custody over the years.

The gathering paid special homage to some of the better known Maoists including Kauleshwar Giri, Natwar and Nathun Kahar. A sizeable number of women also participated in the event, which by all indications, was a show of strength rather than observance of martyrs’ day.

Heavily armed activists carrying assault rifles of the AK-47 and AK-56 variety and other sophisticated weapons cordoned off the meet venue to challenge the police, in case they ventured out. The multi-tier security ring covered a radius of more than one km from the meet venue.

According to one of the invitees to the Maoist programme, besides laying wreath to honour their dead comrades, the assembled gathering took a vow to foil Operation Greenhunt and other such exercises aimed at flushing out the Maoists from their bases.

The gathering raised slogans of “Police prashasan hosh mein aao” to threaten the cops engaged in anti-Maoist operations. Read the rest of this entry »

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