Naxals/Maoists Watch

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Should the Indian government use armed forces against the naxals/maoists?

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  1. Daredevil

    Daredevil On Vacation! Administrator

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    Maoist rebels kill 10 policemen in central India

    RAIPUR, India, April 11 (Reuters) - Heavily armed Maoists ambushed a security forces patrol in central India on Friday, killing 10 personnel, a police official said, as the rebels step up violence ahead of the general election.

    More than 125 Maoists armed with AK-47s fired at a team of central reserve police force patrolling the forested Chintagufa area, about 445 km (275 miles) south of Raipur, capital of Chhattisgarh state, said Rahul Sharma, a local superintendent of police.

    Eight security personnel were injured in the attack in the restive Bastar region, in which three Maoist rebels were also killed, he said.

    "It was an ambush. Ten CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) men, including a deputy commandant, were martyred and eight other personnel received bullet wounds in a three-hour-long gunbattle," Sharma said on Saturday.

    Maoist rebels, who say they are fighting for the rights of poor farmers and landless labourers, have stepped up violence in the state ahead of the general election that gets underway next week. They have ordered people to boycott the polls.

    Thousands have been killed in the Maoist insurgency which began in the late 1960s.

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has described the insurgency as one of the gravest threats to India's internal security.


    Maoist rebels kill 10 policemen in central India | Reuters
     
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  3. Pintu

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    Maoists Attacked Nalco Mine

    According to The Times of India that over 200 Maoists attacked Nalco Mine in Orissa and were hold by 22 CISF jawans for 10 hours, the jawans not only inflicted heavy damages to guerrillas but also saved life of 150 who were held hostages.

    The link and the report from The Times of India follows:

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...-hours-save-150-lives/articleshow/4398160.cms


    22 CISF men hold 200 Naxals for 10 hours, save 150 lives
    14 Apr 2009, 0524 hrs IST, Satyanarayan Pattnaik, TNN
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    DAMANJODI (KORAPUT): For 10 hours, a band of 22 CISF jawans battled more than 200 heavily armed Maoists, without back-up or reinforcements, and
    saved the lives of 150 Nalco staff who were held hostage by the guerrillas in Orissa's Damanjodi since Sunday night. The nightlong encounter took place in the largest bauxite mine in Asia.

    The CISF lost 10 of their own and are believed to have inflicted heavy damage on the attackers. Bodies of four Maoists, including a woman, were recovered. Blood trails suggest the Maoists dragged many more bodies away. But the guerrillas did manage to get their hands on a cache of explosives. Two critically wounded jawans were air-lifted to Vizag, while seven others have been admitted to Damanjodi hospital.

    When police finally reached the Panchapatmalli hilltop in the morning, they were in for a heart-rending sight. Bodies lay strewn. Some Nalco employees who had been held hostage were retching uncontrollably, while others were wailing. They all owed their lives to CISF men.

    The survivors among the saviours — the three that escaped unhurt and the nine injured — had a dazed look but they still clutched their rifles, ready to fight.

    Eyewitnesses said they had seen the extremists loitering in the area in batches during the day on Sunday, but suspected nothing. "We thought they were tribals going hunting in the forest since the Chaiti festival is on," said a Nalco official.

    The Maoists launched their assault in the cover of darkness. A group of 50 attacked the fire station and took nearly 100 Nalco staff, including mine workers, hostage. They herded them into a canteen, snatched their mobile phones, and cut off power. Two CISF jawans were caught by surprise and gunned down without warning. As the first group set fire to some offices, a bigger unit headed for the 'magazine room' where explosives are stored. The 22 CISF jawans deployed there had sensed trouble and taken battle positions. The long night had begun.

    Thousands of rounds were exchanged between the two sides which started around 9.30pm and continued till 6.30am. Eight CISF jawans were killed.
     
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  5. Pintu

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    Here is another report from Express Buzz which tells us more.

    The link and the report from Express Buzz follows:

    http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/... Naxal,security forces,explosive depot,helico


    Security forces hold on despite the odds


    Express News Service
    First Published : 14 Apr 2009 04:24:21 AM IST
    Last Updated : 14 Apr 2009 08:31:00 AM IST

    BHUBANESWAR: Even as the security forces trailed the Naxalites after their strike at a Nalco explosive depot, the Red radicals are believed to have taken heavy casualties in the night-long battle with the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF).

    At least two commander-ranked Naxals have been killed in the fight that the CISF waged amidst difficult conditions and limited resources. Of the four bodies found from the spot, one wore a cap bearing a metal star. The star purportedly signifies rank of a commander. Another similar cap was found from a pool of blood.

    ‘‘Given the blood spilled in the area, we are sure they have suffered heavy casualties, which might be unprecedented in recent times,’’ said a senior police officer.

    In fact, the Naxals while retreating drove away four vehicles which they used to carry the injured and dead. In fact, after the day long trail, securitymen surrounded them in a village where heavy fire was exchanged. About 229 boxes containing explosives were re-captured and the security forces managed to gun down another Naxal. Helicopters were used to trace them and surround the Naxals who have fled in various directions towards the Andhra Pradesh border.

    It is the courage of the CISF team which, meanwhile, has been the high point in the entire episode. That the 22 men guarding the explosive depot managed to hold on till the morning seems to have inspired the security forces.

    ‘‘While 10 died in the fight, eight were injured. This meant, the CISF unit managed to thwart the Naxals even with a paltry number. They held onto their position and kept firing with the LMGs till dawn,’’ sources said.
     
  6. Pintu

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    I salute all the Heroes who saved the life of the all did not caring about their own life.

    I salute them.
     
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    Naxal Watch ! news and discussions

    Naxals hijack train, take hostages in Jharkhand
    Ranchi: Naxalites have struck across Jharkhand and Bihar a day before the states go to polls in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections.


    Suspected Naxals captured a passenger train near Latehar in Jharkhand on Wednesday for defying their bandh call, sources said.


    The BDM passenger train running between Mughalsarai and Barwadi was held between Hehegada and Kumandih stations of Dhanbad Eastern Central Railway division, they said.
    Naxal train hijack drama ends | Watch

    Nearly 75 passengers on the train are stated to be safe as of now but train movement on the route has been disrupted.


    The Maoists stopped the Gomo-Mogulsarai BDM train this morning. About 70 to 75 passengers are in the train," Latehar Deputy Commissioner Sarvendu Tathagat said, adding, "The target of the Maoists are the police, and the police are moving cautiously to the place," he added.
     
  8. vijaytripoli

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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/8011593.stm

    Maoist rebels seize Indian train
    Maoist rebels in eastern India have seized a passenger train and blown up a railway track and a school building, the police say.

    The rebels have abducted the driver, his assistant and the guard after seizing the train in Jharkhand state.

    Unconfirmed reports say there could be several hundred people on the train.

    The rebels have called for a shut-down in Jharkhand on Wednesday in protest against the death of five people in the state in firing by security forces.

    The BBC's Salman Ravi in Jharkhand says that the train, travelling between Barkakanta and Mughalsarai, was seized by a group of rebels at the Barwadih station in a remote part of Palamau district early on Wednesday.

    The rebels ordered the driver to take the train to the nearby Hehegarha station, where it was stationary when last reports came in.

    Protest

    The rebels had also blown up a railway track near Untari railway station and a school building in Chatra district.

    The rebels are protesting against the death of five villagers who were allegedly killed in firing by paramilitary troops last week.

    The troops alleged that the five were local Maoists, who were killed during a clash following the death of two soldiers in the Latehar area after a rebel attack.

    This is not the first time rebels have seized a train in the area. They seized a train in March 2006, taking more than 40 passengers hostage, but freed them 12 hours later.

    None of the passengers were hurt in the incident in Latehar, some 1,200km (750 miles) south-east of the Indian capital, Delhi.

    Jharkhand is rich in minerals and forest resources, but its people are among the poorest in India.

    The rebels have a presence in 18 of the 22 districts in Jharkhand.

    Maoists operate in 182 districts in India, mainly in the states of Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and West Bengal.

    The rebels say they are fighting for the rights of poor peasants and landless workers.



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    Published: 2009/04/22 05:22:24 GMT
     
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    I hope that the abducted people return to their homes safely, please keep up the updates.
    Anyone have any ideas on what the response will be?
     
  10. Flint

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    Naxalism is by far the biggest threat to India, and yet it doesn't receive the same coverage as other issues like Islamic terrorism.
     
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    absolutely agree with you flint, this one threat is the biggest ever threat to the sovereignty of the nation and still the national mainstream media does not give a hoot to the issue. imagine how this nuisance has grown quietly through the years, a movement limited to just four states something like a decade back has now engulfed some thirteen states and this is only growing and all that we talk at the end of the day is the islamic terrorism. a question comes to my mind, are we acting like pakistanis on this issue and trying to live in a state of denial and hope that this will be a bygone in another few years, if that is the thought then we are sure expecting a communist Peoples Republic of India (PRI) with extreme left ideology in another few decades were the talk of democracy, human rights will all be a thing of the past and for those who did not know the maoists have a plan to raise their flag at the national level by 2050, but the way they are headed this could happen a lot sooner than that year.


    the only time i have heard the national mainstream media talk of this issue was when the PM raised this issue some four years back and said this is the single largest threat to our nation and after that it seems all have gone into a deep slumber on the issue. there is a much larger issue to this problem not getting highlighted the way it should have because a section of the society believes this is purely a social issue and relates to the social upliftment of the downtrodden of the society and then they start sympathizing on the issue and some even go to the extent of justifying the tacts used. to this thought i partly agree with but certainly not fully. this is a social issue yes but the violent means acquired to address the issue are horribly wrong and the extreme left wing ideology associated is a utter disgust. most of english mainstream media in india thinks of this purely as a social issue and a human rights issue and they tend to highlight the concerns of these extremists rather than put the view point of the state and this happens because these very media houses also associate with the left ideology partly.


    the way to handle this problem is two fold. one lets address the problems at the grass root level and that can only be done when social upliftment happens of the downtrodden and they are made a part of the mainstream. this can happen when these people are made a part of the nation building process and benefits of which they can see in their day to day lives, a thought which eludes them at the moment because they have taken arms against the writ of the state. if we can make in roods from this end the message of the messenger gets killed. the second strategy alongside has to be to kill the “violent revolution” and the state has to in no way sympathize in any which way while tackling it, here fire has to answered by fire but for this to happen our police force has to be well trained, their intelligence has to be of the highest standards and they have to be given latest state of the art weapons. state govts have been pleading for aerial surveillance, and attack these groups through that route but this has been snubbed all this while by the ministry of home affairs, if this preposition is used i am a sure the movement will be dented to quite an extent as our response will be a lot quicker.


    these elections the maoists have announced their arrival in a big way by unprecedented acts of violence in the effected states and one can sense this will only grow bigger. it is time our central government started taking internal security a lot more seriously than it has in the past for if this is not going to happen then it in times to come a “lal salam” will be written all over the place.




    PS: mods please change the header of the thread to something that addresses the larger issue, something like, maoists watch/the rise of maoists in india or what ever and then please make this tread a sticky thread.
     
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    All passengers released, this is the second time this train was hijacked
     
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    Naxalism (Maoism in its new avatar) is a fight based more on ideology than religion. The ideology behind maoism is extreme form of communism, anti-capitalism and anti-feudalism. These maoists are mostly localized to the jungles of India which cut across many states, where the reach of the state governments is far less and they exploit these conditions to their advantage by recruiting the tribal/downtrodden people to whom education, economy and modern day facilities are beyond reach. Moreover they have patronage of communists in the country.

    The minimal coverage of this menace in the media is because it is an age old problem, hasn't hit the urban centers and their fight is more towards state and feudal but not the common man (with some exceptions of course). So, an average citizen of India is not really bothered about this menace.

    The only way to get rid of maoism is by handling this by a two-pronged approach. One, to weaken their ideological bases, that is, to alleviate poverty in the maoist infested regions and two to fight and finish them in a pan-nationalistic approach instead of fighting them in each state separately.

    My 2 cents.
     
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    But at the end of the Day the Center state relations are tinted by the colors of Party politics and no one wants to cooperate and as for the Media the less said the better :sharabi:
     
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    3 killed in West Bengal including two poll officials and their drivers killed by the Land mine blast. The Times of India reports that.

    My condolence are with the family of the brave polling officers who risked their life and made ultimate sacrifice while doing their duty to uphold the democracy.

    The link and report from The Times of India follows:

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/WB-Maoists-trigger-blasts-kill-3/articleshow/4470141.cms

    WB: Maoists trigger blasts, kill 3
    1 May 2009, 0526 hrs IST, Jayanta Gupta & Sukumar Mahato, TNN


    LALGARH/BELPAHARI/BANSPAHARI: Serial blasts ripped through the Jangalmahal area spread over West Midnapore, Bankura and Purulia, before and after
    the Lok Sabha elections on Thursday, killing two poll officials and their driver.

    The first landmine blast of the day, at Biramdihi in Purulia, came as early as 8.30 am.

    The last one at Khusibani forest near Jamboni happened around 6.45 pm.

    A Mahindra-Max carrying officials from the polling booths in Belpahari was returning to Jhargram Raj College when it was blown up on the main road while passing by Khusibani forest, 22 km from Jhargram. The jeep was way behind the motorcade, escorted by a police van in front. The blast occurred seconds after the police escort and other cars passed over.

    The police officers were taken aback at the huge blast behind them and informed their superiors. However, they did not wait for the victims as is the rule in this zone. Later, a convoy with paramilitary forces reached the spot and identified the two poll officials killed as Prasad Ranjan Banerjee and Saugata Karmakar and the driver as Sanjay Das.

    The Maoist operation is similar to the one in Binpur block, where a medical van was blown up and for which the rebels apologised later. In both cases, the landmines were planted in such a way that they triggered two other blasts.
     
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    Myanmar major source of arms for Assam ultras: Police

    3 May 2009, 1600 hrs IST, PTI


    SHILLONG, Meghalaya: Myanmar has become the major source of arms for Northeast militant groups, mostly for those in Assam, Meghalaya police has claimed.

    "We have inputs that militant groups often use the city for transaction of arms and weapons which are brought mostly from Myamnar through Mizoram," Shillong Superintendent of Police Miss Claudia Lyngwa said on Sunday.

    Acting on a tip-off, Meghalaya police yesterday arrested two sympathisers of the banned Black Widow group who were coming to Shillong from Assam's North Cachar Hills district and seized Rs 50 lakh from their vehicle that was meant to purchase a consignment of arms brought from Myanmar.

    "The way the money was hidden in a specially-made compartment in the vehicle, it appeared that they frequently used the route for such arms deals," Lyngwa said.

    Some militant groups of Myanmar like Kachin Independence Army, which have close links with outfits of the Northeast, supply these arms, some of which are also brought from China, the official said, citing instances of seizure of arms manufactured in the country.

    An Assam police official said that they had inputs that the arms are brought through Mizoram by dealers based in that state, which has a 400-km porous border with Myanmar.

    About 80 per cent of the arms and weapons for militant groups in the region come from Myanmar, he added.


    Myanmar major source of arms for Assam ultras: Police - India - The Times of India
     
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    Indian Maoists kill 11 in landmine blast

    Updated at: 1850 PST, Wednesday, May 06, 2009


    RAIPUR: At least 11 people were killed Wednesday when suspected Maoist guerrillas blew up a vehicle with a landmine in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh, police said.

    Seven of those killed were security personnel while the remaining four were civilians, police inspector-general A. N. Upadhyaya said in the state capital Raipur.

    Three other policemen were also injured in the blast in rural Dantewada district, the epicentre of the left-wing rebellion.

    The government team was returning after stocking up one of the several state-run shelters set up to house civilians displaced by Maoist violence in Dantewada, Upadhyaya added.

    The guerrillas say they are fighting for the rights of neglected tribes people and landless farmers.


    Indian Maoists kill 11 in landmine blast

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    F*$&ing Maoists!
     
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    11 policemen killed in extreme leftwing rebel attacks in India

    2009-06-12 21:35:09


    NEW DELHI, June 12 (Xinhua) -- Extreme left-wing rebels Friday killed 11 policemen in the central state of Jharkhand of India, said police.

    The attackers were protesting the killing of Venkat Reddy, a leader of the Naxal insurgency who was killed by police in Jarkhand last month, according to police.

    The rebels attacked a State Bank of India branch in Bokaro town of Jarkhand Friday, shooting dead two policemen and injuring at least 10 others in indiscriminate shootings.

    Police and rebels had a fierce gun battle at a police station of Bokaro after the attack, according to police.

    The rebels also detonated a landmine Bokaro, killing nine other security personnel, said police.

    The attack took place two days after Naxal insurgents killed 11 paramilitary personnel Wednesday in a landmine blast in Jharkhand.

    The rebels staged several high-profile attacks upon police and paramilitary forces during the general elections of India in April and May, killing at least 20 people.


    11 policemen killed in extreme leftwing rebel attacks in India_English_Xinhua

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    It appears 11 is their lucky number. The Satans!
     
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    Maoist Violence

    Martyred cop buried with tricolour
    16 Jun 2009, 0238 hrs IST, Jaideep Deogharia, TNN


    RANCHI: A police officer who was killed in a Maoist attack was buried in Ranchi, with the national flag still wrapped around the body. The family,which received the body of Philip Tete after a guard of honour at the police lines here, said there were no cops present at the time of the burial. Police denied negligence on their part.

    Tete was killed on June 10 in a landmine blast triggered by Maoists at Chitir village in West Singhbhum district. A native of Barai village, he was officer in-charge of Goelkera police station when he was killed. Two other inspectors and seven policemen too were killed in the blast.

    Ranchi SSP Praveen Kumar Singh said the police didn't know that Tete's body was being brought to Ranchi from Chaibasa. No official communication was sent to the Ranchi police about the burial of the martyr in Ranchi, he added.

    "Had the Chaibasa police informed us, police officers from here would have definitely attended the burial ceremony as a tribute to the policeman,'' he said.

    Singh said the national flag in which the body of a martyr is wrapped was either given to the martyr's family or kept in the police line to which the officer belonged.

    Martyred cop buried with tricolour - India - The Times of India
     
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    Maoists again battered government buildings with bombs

    Gaya (Bihar) (PTI): Heavily-armed Maoist rebels again bombed three government buildings on Tuesday that they had targetedon Monday in the district.

    An unspecified number of CPI (Maoist) guerrillas swooped on Chakarbanda village at around 3 AM and brought down the portions of the buildings of a middle school, community centre and panchayat bhawan that were still left standing after they bombed them yesterday, police said.

    The naxalites had yesterday attacked a police team led by DIG (Magadh range) Anupama S Nilekar when it was returning to Gaya after inspecting Chakarbanda village after the blasts but no casualty was reported.

    The naxalites had retreated into Barnawa forest after the police retaliated.

    However, they returned early this morning and blasted the residual portions of the building, police said.
    The Hindu News Update Service
     
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    Maoist leader owns up plot to kill Buddhadeb
    16 Jun 2009, 1710 hrs IST, IANS


    KOLKATA: A key Maoist leader in the troubled Lalgarh area of West Bengal has revealed that he was behind the landmine blast that narrowly missed chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's car last November as many people had given the "verdict to kill him".
    "The people have given the verdict to kill him (chief minister). Someone needs to execute it, so we took charge of it," Maoist leader Bikash told reporters.

    Lalgarh in West Midnapore district has been on the boil since last November when a landmine exploded on the route of the convoy of Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and then central ministers Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitin Prasada near Bhadutala when they were returning after laying the foundation stone of a steel plant in Salboni.

    Police arrested some school students and allegedly harassed tribal women following the landmine blast. In protest, angry tribals dug up roads, virtually cutting off the zone from the rest of the district. They also demanded a public apology from the police for the alleged excesses against them. Lalgarh is some 200 km from Kolkata.

    The area has witnessed continuous clashes between cadre of the ruling Left and the Maoists.

    On Monday the tribals, led by the People's Committee Against Police Atrocities (PCAPA), allegedly set fire to the house of Anuj Pandey - a top Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader in Lalgarh - and also forced the police to wind up three camps set up in the area.

    "At least 2,000 CPM men have fled Lalgarh. All their top leaders have also left the place. They have been sheltered in camps at Bandhgora in nearby Jhargram," a district police official said on Monday.

    Asked about the situation in Lalgarh, West Midnapore district magistrate N S Nigam said it was very tense. "There is no improvement in the situation yet," Nigam said.

    On Tuesday in Itaberia in East Midnapore, police seized some arms and ammunition from a CPM office.

    "We have got two fire arms, 10 bullets, 17 bombs and some other material from the CPM party office," Pallab Kanti Ghosh, East Midnapore superintendent of police, said

    Maoist leader owns up plot to kill Buddhadeb - India - The Times of India
     

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