People’s War in India Clippings 23/10/2014

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Woman Maoist nabbed in Odisha’s Sambalpur district

A hardcore woman Maoist was arrested by the CRPF personnel from Taparasingha village under Jujumura police station limits in Odisha’s Sambalpur district in the wee hours on Wednesday. The arrested woman Maoist has been identified as Santara Dehuri alias Sanju (26) of Debatadhara village under Kisinda police station limits. Action on a tip-off, Central para-military personnel arrested her from her father-in-law’s house at Taparasingha village.

She was later handed over to Sambalpur police. According to police, Sanju had married Sania Negi of Taparasingha village. Sania, who was the deputy commander of the SDS (Sambalpur-Deogarh-Sundargarh) zone of CPI (Maoist). He had surrendered to the police a year ago and is now in jail. After her husband’s arrest, Sanju was involved in Maoists activities in Sundargarh, Jujumura, Kisinda, Kuchinda and Riamal areas. Mother of a son and a daughter, she has over 20 cases of murder, loot and attack on people in the area pending against her in various police stations. Interrogation of Sanju by the Sambalpur police is on, police said.

http://odishasuntimes.com/94955/woman-maoist-nabbed-odisha-2/

Maoists abduct two labourers in Odisha

Two Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY) workers of tribal-dominated Nagira village under Pallahara gram panchayat (village level local self Government institution) in Angul District, were abducted by suspected cadres of the Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) late on October 21, reports The Pioneer. The abductees were identified as Amarendra Sahoo and Hemant Swain, and they were working as labourers under SK Agrawal, a contractor.

SATP Review of “CPI-Maoist Major Incidents 2014”

February 8: Three CPI-Maoist cadres of National Park Supply Dalam (armed squad) were killed in a joint operation by Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh Police near Bada Kakler village under Pharasgad Police Station in Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh.

February 14: Three residents of Nelnar, about 40 km from the District headquarters of Narayanpur District of Chhattisgarh, have been killed in an incident which the family and other villagers say is a fake encounter, an allegation rubbished by the Police, who called the three as CPI-Maoist cadres.

February 18: Seven CPI-Maoist cadres were killed in an encounter with Maharashtra Police near Alitola village in Gadchiroli District.

February 28: Five Policemen, including a Police Sub-Inspector, were killed and three others injured in a CPI-Maoist ambush in Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh.

March 11: Fifteen SF personnel were killed in a CPI-Maoist ambush in Sukma District of south Chhattisgarh. One civilian, Vikram Nishad, also died in the crossfire, while three were injured.

April 7: At least three CRPF personnel were killed and eight others, including Dhibra Police Station SHO Amar Kumar, were injured in a landmine blast near Baranda Mor under the Dhibra Police Station area in Aurangabad District of Bihar.

April 9: Three personnel of the CoBRA unit of the CRPF were killed and three others injured in a CPI-Maoist ambush near Chintagufa village in Sukma District.

April 12: Seven polling officials were killed in a landmine blast in Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh.

April 12: Five CRPF troopers and two civilians were killed in a Maoist ambush in Bastar District of Chhattisgarh.

April 18: Three minor boys were allegedly killed by a group of LWEs in Bero block of Ranchi District, Jharkhand.

April 24: Eight persons, including five Police personnel, two election officials and one cleaner were killed and 10 others injured when CPI-Maoist cadres exploded a landmine targetting a poll bus near Sarsa village under Shikaripara Police Station of Dumka District soon after voting for the Lok Sabha elections ended.

April 27: Death toll increases to three in the April 27 incident as Police confirms that three villagers were killed by CPI-Maoist cadres under Mathili Police Station limits in Malkangiri District of Odisha.

May 11: Seven C-60 anti-CPI-Maoist Police Commandos were killed and two critically injured when Maoists blew up a Police vehicle under Chamorshi division of Gadchiroli District, Maharashtra.

June 3: Three villagers were shot dead allegedly by CPI-Maoist cadres, who suspected the trio of working against them, at Jojo in Khunti District of Jharkhand.

June 19: Three CPI-Maoist cadres, including Jana Babu Rao alias Ashok (48), district ‘central committee member’ of Nallamalla range, Bharathi (38), wife of Ashok and Vimalakka (35), were also killed in the encounter with Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh special party Police at Kallagunta village in Yerragondabalem mandal (administrative unit) in the Nallamalla forest range of Guntur-Prakasam District border.

July 25: The Maoists killed three persons in Gumla District of Jharkhand.

August 9: At least 14 cadres of TPC were killed by the Maoists at Choti Kauriya village under Vishrampur Police Station limits in Palamu District of Jharkhand.

August 16: At least four CPI-Maoist cadres were killed in an encounter with Police in Narayanpur District.

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