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Coming up in UP: Grenede-proof police stations in Maoist area

Posted by Admin on September 21, 2009

A mineproof vehicle carrying the CoBRA unit forces patrol into the jungles of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

A mineproof vehicle carrying the CoBRA unit forces patrol into the jungles of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh Police (UPP) is set to bring up bullet-proof and bomb-resistant well-equipped state-of-the-art police station for the
three Naxal-affected districts in the state. Conceived on the lines of similar police stations constructed by the Andhra Pradesh Police (APP) in the Naxal belt of the state, these buildings will include some technical elements of grenade-proof bunkers.

The government is also toying with the idea of floating some 30 special police squads to fight naxals. The new force is expected to be stationed at Sonebhadra and pressed into service in the adjoining two districts of Chandauli and Mirzapur for operations.

To begin which, these new police stations will be equipped with double mode standby power-supply and ration for the staff to last at least 10 days in case of an emergency. It will have armouries housed in well-equipped strong rooms with hi-tech security locking system and automatic alarm system connected to the district police control room 24X7. Read the rest of this entry »

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UP borders on high alert for Naxals

Posted by Admin on September 20, 2009

Gram Sabha in sessionLucknow In the wake of the operation launched against Naxalites in Chattisgarh, the forests of Sonbhadra district in Uttar Pradesh, abutting Chhatisgarh, saw massive combing operations on Saturday to check any possible Naxal infiltration into the state.

“The forces deployed in the bordering areas of Sonbhadra are on high alert to check the infiltration by Naxalites, following the fierce operation in Chhatisgarh,” Uttar Pradesh Inspector General (Law & Order) A P Maheshwari told The Indian Express.

Sonbhadra Superintendent of Police Preetinder Singh said, “The Dantewada district where the operation in Chhatisgarh is centred is far from the Sonbhadra border. The Naxals may, however, infiltrate into UP on way to Jharkhand.” Read the rest of this entry »

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More than 100 registered fake shootout cases in India last year

Posted by Admin on August 5, 2009

Protest march over fake encounter killing in Manipur

Protest march over fake encounter killing in Manipur

NEW DELHI – More than 100 fake shootout cases were registered across the country last year — and Uttar Pradesh tops the list, the government has admitted in parliament.

Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Maken informed parliament Tuesday that the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) registered 103 fake shootout cases in 2008 as compared to 93 in 2007 and 122 in 2006.

And up to July this year, 28 such cases have been registered across the country.

Uttar Pradesh accounted for the maximum fake shootout cases. As many as 41 cases were registered in 2008, 48 in 2007 and 82 in 2006. Up to July this year, NHRC has registered 11 cases in Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar Pradesh was followed by Maharashtra and Punjab, each recording 16 cases in 2008.

NHRC registered three cases of fake shootouts last year in the national capital. Blog Tharanga

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Uttar Pradesh: Farmers protest against acquisition of land for international airport in Kushinagar

Posted by Admin on August 3, 2009

naxal_schoolJULY 5th, KUSHINAGAR – Farmers in Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh have staged a protest against the acquisition of their land for an international airport.

The place is connected by road only.

Although it has an airstrip, it is not enough to meet increasing volume of tourists from across the world.

The government had hence taken a decision to develop an international airport in the city.

The land required for the airport site is cultivable and the farmers who own the land are not willing to part with it, as it is their only source of livelihood.

Farmers from two villages fear losing their land and homes to the airport site, whereas farmers from six more villages may lose their cultivable land. Read the rest of this entry »

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Naxal activity noticed in Delhi, says Govt.

Posted by Admin on July 8, 2009

New Delhi (PTI) The Government on Wednesday said intelligence inputs suggest Naxal activity in Delhi, Punjab and Uttarakhand.

“As per available inputs, certain Maoists activities have come to notice in Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand,” Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Maken said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha.

He, however, said there were no reports of Maoist violence in these areas.

He said the government has adopted an integrated approach in dealing with Left Wing Extremism activities in the arenas of security, development and public perception.

The country has witnessed a total of 1,128 incidents of Naxal violence till June 30 this year which left 455 civilians and security personnel dead.

A total of 107 naxalites were killed and 861 arrested during the same period.

The Hindu

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