Saturday, January 24, 2015

INDIA - Neither and none can stop people's war guided by PCI (Maoist)!

Naxals set 14 vehicles on fire to stall road work
Nagpur: The rebels of banned outfit Communist party of India (Maoist), also known as Naxals, on Thursday set on fire around 14 vehicles of an Andhra Pradesh-based private company engaged in road construction in Dhanora tehsil of north Gadchiroli. This is the second such major incident in Dhanora tehsil within a year’s span. Naxals had torched around 27 vehicles, engaged in construction of road between Dhanora and Godalvahi via Pustola, in January last year....The company is likely to have suffered a loss worth around a couple of crores. Gadchiroli police have not registered an offence even after 24 hours of the incident as neither the public works department (PWD) nor the private contractor came forward to lodge complaint at Dhanora police station.

Maoists rebuild base after combat ops
RAIPUR: Shaken by Chhattisgarh police’s intensive combat operations, Naxalites are trying to rebuild their base ahead of panchayat polls by threatening villagers to either support their candidate or boycott elections. According to police, Naxalites have been holding meetings in the interiors of Sukma, Dantewada, Bijapur and Narayanpur districts of Bastar division from last month following the declaration of four-phase panchayat polls in state scheduled to begin from January 28.
The cadres of outlawed CPI (Maoist) have scaled their visits to the villages and are holding meetings of villagers, including candidates, in areas where they had faced severe setback due to aggressive combat, patrol and surrender during past couple of months, police sources said. They are appealing to villagers to expand the base of ‘Janatana Sarkar’ (self-styled people’s government of Maoists)
. “Though Naxalites don’t have faith in the democratic process, they apparently feel that capturing seats of village head in the remote areas would certainly help them mobilise tribal masses in their favour,” an official said. “There are several factors which influence the local polls. However, we are aware of every situation (Naxalites holding meetings) and have beefed up operations to foil their evil bid,”
Maoists trigger IED blast on Visakhapatnam-Raipur railway line in Odisha

Bomb disposal squad visited the site of the blast, suspected to have been carried out by Maoists, the SP said adding that investigation was on. Rail services on the route were disrupted for sometime and about half a dozen trains were stranded at Kesinga, Muniguda and Rayagada railway stations. In a banner found from the site, Vansadhara-Nagabali and Ghumusar division of banned CPI (Maoist) claimed responsibility for the blast saying they were opposed to the forthcoming India visit of US President Barack Obama, police officials said.
Land acquisition ordinance kicks up controversy
Anandram Rathore’s attempt to self-immolate would have become just a footnote in a country where suicides by farmers is common but for the circumstances surrounding the desperate act. The 45-year-old farmer from a nondescript Madhya Pradesh village had acted in protest against acquisition of his land for a private power plant. Around the same time a week ago, tribal farmers of 20 villages in Chhattisgarh adopted a resolution, protesting fresh allocation of coal blocks in forest land. In Rajasthan, too, farmers announced plans to hold a massive protest demonstration in Delhi against the Centre for “trampling” on their rights.
Maoist involvement in Bihar blast suspected, say Police
Following a bomb blast in Arrah’s Civil Court on January 23, where three persons were killed including a Police Constable and 16 injured, Police said that Communist Party of India-Maoist’s (CPI-Maoist) involvement in the blast cannot be ruled out, reports The Deccan Chronicle. According to one of the Police personal deployed said “A woman was seen talking on phone and when the prisoner van arrived she started to walk towards the van while still talking on her phone, blast occurred when the Police Constable tried to stop her”.

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