When will inept GoI send in the troops to eliminate these scum from India ?
When will inept GoI send in the troops to eliminate these scum from India ?
This is really getting out of hand. Orissa and Chattisgarh were strongholds and now even Maha as well?
Maoist-backed organisation lays down demands for talks
Maoist-backed organisation lays down demands for talks - The Economic Times
Anti-Naxal ops: UAVs finally show results for CRPF
After almost two years of painstaking efforts, the CRPF has successful used unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to pick up ground conversation and movement of Maoist cadres in terrains of Chhattisgarh.
A special squad of the anti-Naxal force recently undertook an operation in the jungles of Narayanpur district during which a UAV was not only able to pick up real-time imagery of movement of Naxal cadres but also relayed the conversation among them.
"The conversation picked up by the radars of the UAV was immediately routed to a squad of CoBRA commandos. The UAV experiment has finally worked with all the devices of the machine functioning optimally to give the forces an edge in anti-Naxal operations," a senior CRPF officer said.
The CRPF field commanders have also begun using the modern Android phones for co-ordinates of the difficult terrain and other Naxal hotbed locations in the state.
"The images gathered by the UAV are much better than what is available on Google map and Terra explorer. The Android phones are giving us good information about the inhabited areas," the officer said.
The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), along with other forces and technical experts drawn from the Army and the NSG, has been trying to deploy UAVs for operational planning since April 2010, when 75 CRPF men and a state police personnel were killed in a deadly Naxal ambush in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada area.
The force has also begun providing its strike units with Global Positioning System (GPS) locators which keep alive the line of communication when radio sets and mobile phones go dead deep inside the jungles.
Anti-Naxal ops: UAVs finally show results for CRPF - India - DNA
What does he mean?
Who are Maoists ?
Late Andhra CM NT rama rao said once ... "Maoists are true indian patriot "
Is it so ?
Six Maoists, two jawans killed in Jharkhand gunfight
Six Maoists and two jawans were killed in a gunfight in the Karamdih forest in Latehar district of Jharkhand on Thursday.
Latehar Superintendent of Police Karnti Kumar said a member of CoBRA and a jawan of the Jaguar force were injured in the encounter that began at 11.30 a.m. The two were shifted to Ranchi for medical assistance.
“We saw six bodies of Maoists being dragged by ultras. Due to the heavy firing from both sides we were not able to bring those bodies with us,” he said.
Inspector-General of Police (Operations) R.K. Malik said, “We cannot confirm the definite number of casualties. The combing operation is still on and the number of casualties might increase.”
Odisha: Naxals release BJD MLA Jhina Hikaka after 32 days - India News - IBNLive
Odisha: Naxals release BJD MLA Jhina Hikaka after 32 days
thats just a political trick.... even the bengal didi did the same...
wait till they attack SP`s myulam singh yadav
Army units are currently undergoing jungle warfare training in Naxalite-affected Chhattisgarh, even as the Centre’s policy of not deploying the Army in anti-Maoist operations anywhere in the country remains in place.
The jungle warfare training is currently on at the Narainpur Manoeuvre Range in South Chhattisgarh. The Army has in recent years boosted its presence in Chhattisgarh by setting up a training establishment and a sub-area headquarters. The Maoists have a strong presence in the state’s forest regions.
The Centre, however, retains the option of deploying the Army to fight the Naxals in a worst-case scenario, if the situation worsens and appears beyond the control of the paramilitary forces.
Significantly, besides jungle warfare training in the past year, the Army is also planning a massive initiative to reach out to the state’s tribals by providing amenities like potable water, medical facilities, schools and recruitment training for eligible youths. This initiative has been officially described as the Army’s “mega-outreach” in Chhattisgarh.
Army boosts presence in Naxal belt: Options open | Deccan Chronicle
War within: Maoist army is 46K strong and winning | Mail Online
The Maoists have raised a mini-army in the heart of the country. Armed to the teeth with AK-47s, INSAS rifles and landmines, they are ready to strike terror. And, they seem to be winning the 'war'.
On Tuesday, the government officially put a figure to the number of armed Naxal cadre as huge as 46,600. To fight them, nearly 94,000 paramilitary personnel have been posted in nine Naxal-hit states.
On top of that, nearly 1 lakh policemen are battling the Naxals in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand - two of the worst hit states.
But the numerical supremacy is no guarantee for success; the government seems to be still losing the 'war' against the Naxals.
In the past two years, the Maoists killed 483 security men while losing only 286 of their cadre. Home minister P. Chidambaram recently said there were 78 battalions - each comprising 1,200 men - of the CRPF, BSF, SSB and ITBP posted in various states to fight the Naxals.
This strength rose from just 37 battalions posted when he took over the ministry in 2009. 'According to current estimates, the strength of the hardcore Naxals in the country is around 8,600.
In addition, there are around 38,000 'jan militia', who carry rudimentary arms and also provide logistic support to the core group of the People Liberation Guerilla Army (PLGA) of the CPI (Maoist),' minister of state in the home ministry, Jitendra Singh, said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
A senior home ministry official claimed that this figure is based on inputs of the Intelligence Bureau (IB), interrogation reports of certain top Naxal leaders arrested over the past two years and seized Maoist literature.
'Currently, neither the Maoists nor the security forces are in a position to overwhelm each other. The Maoists, however, have an edge because of the topography of the hideouts in deep forests,' the official added.
The Maoist 'army' is reportedly made up of three components: the main force, a secondary force and a base force.
The main force has companies, platoons and special action teams besides an intelligence unit. The secondary force comprises special guerilla squads, while the base force is made up of the 'jan militia'.
The main force is armed with AK-47s and INSAS rifles, mostly looted from the security forces. The lowerlevel Maoist cadre use double-barrel and single-barrel guns apart from countrymade weapons.
Their arms of choice, however, are claymore landmines to blow up vehicles. Former UP DGP and ex-BSF chief Prakash Singh said: 'Though we are fighting a mini-army, its strength is not so daunting that it cannot be overwhelmed. It is possible to disintegrate it if there is the political will to do so.'
Naxal-planted explosives unearthed in Gondia
Four days after the Naxals killed a village sarpanch in the Gondia district, C-60 commandoes along with the local police found 16.5 kilograms of ammonium nitrate stuffed in two steel boxes, in a tunnel below a road. The police said that a major attack has been averted with the seizure of the explosive substance and that the bombs that would have blown up a vehicle the size of a bus.
In March this year, 13 CRPF jawans were killed after the Naxals blew up the bus they were travelling in Gadchiroli.
“We were patrolling the area on foot accompanied by two parties of C-60 commandoes, when on the road near Damditola village we spotted a ditch. We grew suspicious and started digging it. We then saw a black electric wire that led us to two steel boxes that were hidden below the road,” said assistant inspector S.R. Narnavre from Chinchgad police station.
Mr Narnavre said that by that time they had informed the Bomb Detection and Disposal Squad (BDDS). “They found 16.5 kilograms of sulphur based ammonium nitrate explosives stuffed in the two steel boxes. They were attached with two detonators each. They were readymade bombs and all the Naxals had to do is just to detonate it with a battery from a distance,” he added.
According to Mr Narnavre, a Mahakal bus (government bus) also plies on the road ferrying villagers.
“However, we suspect the Naxals were targeting the police. They must have expected big police vehicles to pass through the road after Istari village sarpanch’s killing, as we had intensified our operations in the region. The bombs if detonated were capable of blowing up big vehicles the size of a bus,” he said.
Damditola village is located near the Istari village where Sarpnach Ghanshyam Koretti was murdered last week. Mr Narnavre said that the area was very sensitive and Naxal violence had been reported in the region in the past too.
The explosives have now been sent for forensic analysis, while the police are investigating whether more such bombs have been hidden below the roads by the Naxals.
Naxal-planted explosives unearthed in Gondia | The Asian Age
NAGPUR: On June 5 next week, the red rebels are slated to take an oath to fight the formidable Indian Army as they mark commencement of their seventh 'Jan Pituri saptah' in their strongholds. The Naxals have appealed to their ranks to observe June 5 to 12 as a week of armed revolution in the entire 'Dandakaranya' that straddles across the states of Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
On June 12, the rebels have called for a bandh against the deployment of army in the south Bastar region in Chhattisgarh where a training centre is slated to come up. Essential services have been kept out of the ambit of bandh. Maharashtra's Gondia and Gadchiroli districts, already reeling under Naxal killings and kidnappings, are expected to be hit by further violence as rebels set their agenda for the weeklong protest.
The Naxals' south regional committee of Dandakaranya region and their allies have in a press release cited the instances in history when the people resisted the state armed forces. The rebels recalled the history of armed struggle for separate Telangana between 1946 and 1951 along with Birbhum's peasant uprising in Naxalbari and the ongoing fights of separatist outfits in the north-east and Kashmir valley.
They launched a vitriolic attack on government's policy to deploy army and establish a training centre at Narayanpur close to their fortress Abhujamarh. The Naxals claimed that the army would target the tribal population in the remote places in the name of crushing the rebel movement. The rebels stated that the politicians running the government were conspiring to expel the tribals from their lands and hand over the land and its resources to capitalists.
Between June 6 and 8, the Naxals are slated to take up campaigns to popularize their concept of 'jan pituri'. They have earmarked June 9 and 10 to canvas support for campaign to send the army back. The Naxals have dedicated June 11 for their colleagues held in various prisons of the country.
Superintendent of police, Gadchiroli, S Vireesh Prabhu said that the arrangements have been made for resisting the Naxals' ploy to make their protest week a success along with the bandh. "We are increasing the vigilance and stepping up our domination exercises," he said.
Naxals gear up to take on the Indian Army - The Times of India
^^ Yes, finally you have owned up to the true nature of Pakistan - basically just nuisance value. Like a virus.
That is changing though, your country is being torn apart from within, and will cease to exist soon. Not many are interested in propping up you beggars anymore.
^^ We will see about that, you nutcase Jihadi woman.
Shameless pukes, no matter how much you hit them, insult them, push their nose to the ground, they will still talk big. I think the buggers need some more treatment.
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