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Maoist unleash poster campaign in Koraput
KORAPUT: The CPI (Maoist) has put up large number of posters in Koraput district, demanding a halt to counter-insurgency operations and condemning alleged police excesses against tribals. Police seized a few hand-written posters pasted by Srikakulam-Koraput divisional committee of the outlawed organization from Damanjodi on Saturday. “We condemn police action against innocent tribals in Narayanpatna and Bandhugaon. Innocent people are being harassed in the name of combing operations,” one of the Maoist posters read.
The poster further said to villagers, “Fearing action don’t surrender, fight against police excesses. We ask administration to put a stop to Operation Green Hunt.” The Maoists have urged people to observe political prisoners’ week from September 13 to 19. “This is the handiwork of local agents of ultras. We are trying to trace out the people involved in pasting posters,” said SDPO (Sunabeda) V R Rao. He said adequate security arrangements have been made in sensitive areas. In a separate incident, BSF personnel recovered three live landmines, weighing around 10 kg each, from Boipariguda-Gupteswar road in the district on Friday. Police said the security personnel spotted the landmines during regular combing operation.
Maoist landmine blast in Yerkad village injures five policemen
As many as five policemen were injured, two of them seriously, in a landmine blast triggered off by Maoists in Yerkad village in Dhanora taluka this afternoon, police said here today. A police patrol was returning to its post at around 5 pm today when the Maoists triggered off a landmine blast near the police post situated on the Yerkad-Murumgaon road, which injured at least five policemen, the police said. Two policemen namely Chetan Salve and Nitesh Bhandekar received serious injuries after which they were shifted to Nagpur for medical treatment. The police post is situated merely about 100 metres away from Yerkad village.
Maoists hold large public gathering in Odisha forest, issue warning to govt
Thousands of tribals led by Vijay Laxmi, commander of the Korukonda (Andhra) Dalam gathered inside the inaccessible and dense Ralegada forest in the cut-off region of Chitrakonda in Malkangiri district on the Andhra-Odisha border this weekend, reports said. Senior Maoist leaders from outside the state participated in the ‘prajameli’, the reports added. Maoists are observing ‘prisoners of state sympathy week’ in the Ralegada forest.
The week-long observation, which began on September 13 will be continuing till September 19, sources said. Organizers of the ‘sympathy week’ said the programme is being organized to express sympathy towards the hundreds of innocent tribals and their family members in districts like Malkangiri, Koraput, Gajapati and Rayagada, who are rotting in various jails after being implicated in false cases and branded as Maoists by the police.
Maoist leaders at the huge congregation explained to the people Maoist ideology and its aims and objectives. Maoist cultural troupes also staged plays and dances to explain the Maoist ideology to the gathering. Speakers at the convention said the government has blissfully forgotten the terms and conditions agreed to at the time of release of the then Malkangiri collector Vineel Krishna and warned that the government will have to pay a heavy price for this in the future. Some family members of tribals arrested by the police on ‘false charges’ also attended the convention.

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