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Police Informant Executed By CPI (Maoist) Squad In Balaghat District Police

Balaghat District, August 6, 2022: A villager was executed on suspicion of being a police informant by a squad of cadres belonging to the CPI (Maoist) in Balaghat district of Madhya Prade

The deceased has been identified as Lalu Dhurve, a resident of Jagla village under Pathri outpost under Malanjkhand police station.

On receiving information, police reached the spot and found handwritten notes near the body of the villager, which read that he was being punished for being a police informant by the Maoist party’s Malanjkhand Area Committee.

Police said they were yet to confirm the identity of those involved in the case. Intensive patrolling was being carried out by security forces to monitor the situation.

Last week Maoists put up banners in Balaghat, giving a call to observe Martyrs’ Week from July 28 to August 3. They came Friday to put up banners and also left pamphlets in the Sonewani area, which falls under the Roopjhar police station. The Maoists had also put out a call to hold condolence meetings and construct memorials in memory of their slain comrades.

Martyrs’ week is observed by the CPI (Maoist) during this period every year in memory of their leader Charu Mazumdar, who died in police custody on July 27, 1972, in West Bengal.


Chatra District, August 3, 2022: An encounter took place on Wednesday between a squad of cadres belonging to the CPI (Maoist) and security forces comprising jawans of the 190th battalion of the CRPF as well as district police in Jharkhand’s Chatra district.

Simaria SDPO Ashok Priyadarshi said that following the instructions of the Chatra SP a joint team of the 190th battalion of the CRPF in addition to the Kunda police conducted a search operation inside Harul forest during which they came in contact with the Maoists.

SDPO Priyadarshi said that the Maoist squad was led by CPI (Maoist) Zonal Commander Manohar. Following the gun battle with the jawans the Maoists escaped into the deeper reaches of the forests.

During the search and combing operation following the battle security personnel recovered two kilograms of ammonium nitrate, two gas cylinders of five kilograms each, a can bomb of three kilograms, 50 meters of electric wire, 250 grams of explosive powder and items of daily use belonging to the Maoists.

Police allege that the Maoists were busy making IED’s when security forces chanced upon them in Harul forest.

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