‘Maoists’ threaten to blow up police station in Odisha
Bolangir: Panic gripped locals of Rengali village in Bolangir after a poster, allegedly put up by Maoists issued threats to blow up Belpada police station within a month, was recovered today.
Though no Maoist division has claimed to have put up the poster, the hand-written note written in Odia has certainly created a flutter in the region.
In the poster, the ultras opposed the Gudkamal police encounter and threatened to kill the police informers in the area.
In another incident, Bolangir-Bargarh Mahasumand division of Maoists condemned the arrest of their leader Manoj Madkami.
According to sources, the ultras have released an audio-tape in which they have termed Madkami’s arrest illegal.
Moreover, the secretary of the Maoist division, Basant Kumar has threatened action Nuapada Superintendent of Police.
Nuapada police had arrested Madkami on May 30.
Meanwhile, senior police officials could not be contacted for comments.