Friday, March 11, 2016

India - neither and none can stop people's war! Neither and none can stop international support! - 2-9 avril in very important countries of Europe, Latin Amerika Asia action's week ! info ICSPWI

…Naxal-affected areas reported the most number of IED blasts with 131 explosions in 2015 followed by the North-East with 72 blasts, 14 in Jammu & Kashmir and 51 in rest of the country. The figures in 2014 was 98 in Naxal-affected States, 61 in North-East, 19 in Jammu & Kashmir and 12 in other parts of the country. The Naxal-hit States accounted for 49 per cent of total IED incidents last year. West Bengal (39 blasts), Chhattisgarh 39, Jharkhand 15 and Odisha (15) were the worst affected States in 2015. However, fatalities in North-East were higher with 52 casualties (42 per cent of total casualties) as against 46 deaths in Naxal areas last year.
Patrolling Starts in Maoist-Affected Districts
Ahead of Poll Patrolling has started in the four Maoist-affected districts of West Bengal, adjacent to Odisha and Jharkhand, as a precursor to the sealing of the border days ahead of the April 4 Assembly election there, officials said. A meeting of the magistrates of the Maoist-affected districts of West and East Midnapore, Purulia and Bankura as well as those of the border districts in Jharkhand and Odisha was held at the Midnapore circuit house today to chalk out security details.

West Midnapore DM J C Meena told reporters here at the end of the meeting that the border with East Singhbhum district in Jharkhand and Mayurbhanj and Baleswr districts in Odisha would be sealed once the nomination papers for the election were filed. Meena said that the officials of the border districts in the three states would review the situation periodically. The DM said that apart from patrolling, CRPF camps would be set up to sanitize the sensitive areas. Arrangement was also being made for aerial survey of the districts to prevent anti-socials from outside West Bengal to disturb peace during election, he said.

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