A group of armed ultras stormed into Nareti’s house and dragged him out on the street. They then strangled him with a rope and threw the body on a road near the village, the police official said quoting eyewitnesses.
A Maoist was killed and two jawans of an anti-insurgency force were injured in an encounter between the ultras and the security personnel in Odisha’s Kandhamal district. The encounter took place between the state’s elite Special Operation Group (SOG) and members of the KKBN (Kalahandi-Kandhamal-Boudh-Nayagarh) division of the outlawed outfit in Milicia reserve forest near […]
Between 2008 and 2011, the Maoists were active in West Midnapore, Purulia and Bankura. After Kishenji was eliminated in 2011, several top Maoist leaders began surrendering, and the movement has slowly been fizzling out in the state.
“We have inputs from intelligence agencies that Maoists from neighbouring countries have been hired by the GJM. And it may target government properties and senior police and administrative officials so as to further aggravate the situation,” said ADG (Law and order) Anuj Sharma
An official said, “Coordination between states has already been very good, but we spoke about furthering that to preempt whatever steps the Maoists want to take.’’
Mandavi had served as the Dantewada district president of the Congress, and was currently president of the districts’ farmer wing.
The two were detained after authorities during frisking found them carrying the pen drive hidden in clothes which they wanted to handover to the Kerala-based maoists
The University, founded by Samanta, has been offering free education, accommodation, food and vocational training to over 25,000 tribal children.
The Maoists were led by Akaash, a senior leader of the Maoists and wanted by police for various offences, he said.
The Howrah-New Delhi Grand Chord section was damaged at 12:40 am
Additional public prosecutor Sushil Kumar said all the five convicted Maoists had several criminal cases pending against them in Munger, Jamui and Lakhisarai.
In a press meet before the meeting, Singh focused on the need to proactive, acting before attacks.
The current socio-political ambience in the country provides a perfect alibi for the Maoists to not only exist but also spread their wings.
CRPF jawans killed: Home Minister Rajnath Singh will pay tributes to those who lost their lives in the attack. He is currently on his way to Raipur.
Senior police officers said the ambush took place after personnel from the 74th battalion of CRPF had emerged from their camp to secure an under-construction road in a Maoist stronghold in south Sukma.