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Ranchi, Jan 25 (IANS) Maoist guerrillas Friday set on fire three vehicles of a private construction company in Jharkhand’s Lohardagga district, police said. No one was injured in the arson that took place at Mahugao village of Lohardagga, around 90 km from here. The refusal by the company to pay extortion money to Maoists is said to be the reason behind the arson, a police official said. Maoist guerrillas are active in 18 of the 24 districts of the state.
Police arrest suspected Maoist sympathizer in West Bengal
Jhargram, Jan 24 (ANI): Police in Jhargram district of West Bengal have arrested a suspected Maoist sympathizer, who is accused of killing a farmer in September 2012. The farmer was allegedly shot, when he saw some Maoists pasting posters in the village. The incident triggered panic in the area. One of the accused in the murder Rabi Barik was arrested in October last year. The culprit revealed details about the other accused, which helped them to arrest Biswajit Mahakur, who is likely to be produced in the Jhargram court today. Virtually desperate to retain their ever shrinking ground, the Maoists have stepped up their efforts against the government as well as the locals to spread fear psychosis in the Maoist infested areas.
Two Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh
Two Maoists were arrested today from Maoist-infested Bastar region in Chhattisgarh in two separate search operations by security forces, the police said. “One 42-year-old Padam Lakhmu was arrested from the forests of Metapara village under Basaguda police station area in Bijapur district, during a search operation by the district force,” the police said. Lakhmu, a native of Hirapur village, was wanted in several crimes ranging from arson to loot, the police said. Rup Singh was involved in several cases of loot and murder in the region, the police said. Meanwhile, security forces have busted a Maoist training camp in the forest of Pidiya village under Gangalur police station limits, in Bijapur district. “A couple of detonators, battery, wire, Maoist literature, ration, Hollywood film CDs and printing machine tools were recovered from the site,”
Superintendent of Police Prashant Agrawal told PTI. “Joint forces comprising CRPF, district police force and special task force were on a combing operation in the forest area of Pidiya village, nearly 25 kilometers away from Gangalur Police station, in the district since four days,” he said. During the operation, fierce gun-battles occurred between security forces and Maoists nearly eight times in the jungles of Iranar, Gaytapara and Aumukpara villages, he said, adding that no casualties were reported from both sides.