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Naxals kill 7 in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand

Posted by ajadhind on July 8, 2010

Seven people were killed in attacks by Naxals in Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand even as the 48-hour bandh called by them entered its second day on Thursday.

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Security personnel of Railway Protection Force inspect a railway track in Patna after Maoists called a 48-hour bandh on Wednesday.

Two of the eight attacks were reported in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada region. The Naxals attacked Congress leader Avdesh Singh’s house in the area around 1 am, leaving four people dead.

Among the dead were two security personnel posted at Singh’s house. The Congress leader’s son was admitted in hospital with bullet injuries.

The Naxals also blew up the Kaukonda police station in Dantewada on Thursday morning. At least two police officers were killed.

In Jharkhand, the Naxals made their presence felt in Latehar by triggering blasts at a railway station.

The blasts blew up the station bhawan and relay room at Hehegarha station. Two cabinmen were kidnapped but released later.

Police engaged the Naxals in a gunbattle in Hehegarha. At least one policeman was killed in the crossfire.

The Naxals also blew up a portion of the railway track near the Nikitpur railway halt in Dhanbad. Both the up and down lines were blown up, affecting the movement of trains such as the Howrah and Sealdah Rajdhanis

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Maoists attack Police station in Orissa’s Keonjhar district, abducted cops

Posted by ajadhind on July 8, 2010

Report by Orissadiary bureau; Keonjhar: The Maoists have attacked on Daitari Police station,  and Brahmanipal  forest beat house under Keonjhar district in the late night of Wednesday  and abducted two persons including one police ASI.

As per the information, Around 80 Maoists, including  8 womens armed with automatic weapons, stormed into Daitari town. At that time  a cultural function was  going on in the Community centre. The Maoists locked the  peoples  in a room and told that they will free them after finishing their work.

Then proceeded to the Police Station. One ASI and one Constable were present in the Police Station. They beaten the ASI and Constable. Then started firing on the Police Station  and set fire and set bomb in the police station  and flew away to the Brahmanipal forest beat house.

The ASI Umesh Chandra Marandi and another man has been absconded since Maoist attack  , it is suspected that they might have abducted by the Maoists. Then fled away from the spot. In the way, they have blow down a Mobile Tower. A dead body found in front of the Police Station. The Maoists might have killed him.

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Naxals attack control room of mobile tower

Posted by ajadhind on January 17, 2009

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Hajipur (PTI): Armed maoists attacked the control room of a mobile tower with bombs at village Anwarpur under Sarai police station in Bihar’s Vaishali district early Thursday morning to enforce their 24-hour bandh in North Bihar to protest against alleged atrocities on their top leaders lodged in Central Jail in Bhagalpur.

Superintendent of Police (Vaishali) Parasnath said over 100 ultras threw bombs at the control room of a private mobile company and partially damaged it.

One live bomb and some naxal papers were recovered by police from the spot, Parasnath said.

The outlawed CPI (Maoist) has called the bandh to protest against alleged atrocities perpetrated by the authorities on its top leaders lodged in Bhagalpur Central Jail.

According to reports, a senior leader of the maoists Rampravesh Baitha alias Satish Ji alias Rakesh Ji was allegedly assaulted by the jail authorities and policemen. It was also being alleged that the naxalite leader was not being treated properly in the jail hospital.

Baitha, secretary of Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Uttar Bihar area committee of the ultra-left outfit, was arrested from Patna on May 9 last year.

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