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Tag: Cpi Maoist

Diversion Of Kharasrota River Is A Well-Hatched Conspiracy To Serve Interest Of Industrial Houses: CPI(M)

The Rs 892 crore Buxi Jagabandhu Assured Water Supply to Habitations (BASUDHA) water project had evoked angry protests across Kendrapara district since past fortnight after it came to the light that the Kharasrota river water will be diverted to Bhadrak

Maoist Poster Seeking Support For Bandh Found In Kandhmal
Maoists Call For Week-Long Kandhamal Bandh

Kandhamal:  A poster seeking support for a seven-day bandh called by the Maoists was found at Kanjamendi chhak under Nuagaon police limits here in the district on Sunday. According to sources, the poster was purportedly pasted by KKBN division of CPI (Maoist) group. In the poster, the red rebels have urged the locals to support […]

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Maoist surrenders in Odisha

Rourkela: A Maoist, who was active in Odisha for years, has surrendered here following stepped up operations by security forces and his disillusionment with Maoist ideology, police said. Mangal Singh Munda (20), who was active in Sundargarh, Sambalpur and Deogarh areas, surrendered here on Saturday with a desire to return to the mainstream, Rourkela Superintendent […]

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Rs 1 Cr Reward To Catch Maoist Leader In Jharkhand

Ranchi: Jharkhand has announced a Rs 1 crore reward on the head of a Maoist leader. According to sources here, the Rs 1 crore bounty has been put on the head of Asim Mandal, alias Akash, alias Anal D., alias Toofan. He is a central committee member of the banned organisation, Communist Party of India-Maoist […]

Maoist Combing Operation In Malkangiri
Op-Ed: Let Rebels Return To Social Mainstream

By Ashutosh Mishra Bhubaneswar: Recently newspaper reported about CPI (Maoist), a banned outfit with a history of violence, expelling one of its divisional committee members in Odisha from the organisation for ‘anti-party’ activities. According to some reports, Navin, who was active in the “ swabhiman anchal ” ( earlier known as cut-off area) of Malkangiri, […]

Rebels oppose anti-naxal operations by Centre

Kandhamal: Fresh Maoist posters opposing the ongoing anti-naxal operations by the Centre were recovered from Simanbadi area under Daringbadi police limits in Kandhamal district. The posters, bearing the name of CPI (Maoist) were put up on the wall of a pump house, urged the locals to observe the ‘Pratibad Saptah (protest week) till December 12. […]

Maoist posters surface near Koraput-Malkangiri border

Malkangiri: Panic gripped local residents of Hanumal village near bordering Koraput-Malkangiri border after Maoist posters surfaced today. The posters bearing the name of Gumma area Committee of CPI (Maoist) have been put up during the 18th anniversary of PLGA(Peoples Liberation Guerrilla Army) week observed by the red rebels, who have urged everyone to observe the […]

Basavaraju new general secretary of outlawed CPI (Maoist)

Bhubaneswar: Outlawed CPI (Maoist) has announced a change in its leadership. As per a press release issued by the banned organization, comrade Basavaraju alias Namballa Keshav Rao has been appointed general secretary of the CPI (Maoist). Basavaraju will replace Ganpathy alias Muppalla Lakshmana Rao as the new general secretary of the Maoist organization. The decision […]

Anti-Maoist posters found in Rayagada and Kalahandi

Rayagada: A day after Maoists targeted Odisha government and released an audio tape, anti-Maoist posters were recovered from different places in Muniguda town of the district today. The hand-written posters under the banner of Hinsa Mukta Abhiyan condemned the act of violence by the Maoists in Odisha. Besides, the outfit has also opposed the rebels […]

Maoists put up posters in Kandhamal

Kandhamal: Posters in the name of CPI (Maoist) were recovered near Durgapanga village under Kotagarh police limits in Baliguda of Kandhamal district today. In the posters, the red rebels have warned local villagers to stay away from police and stop helping them. The ultras have also appealed people not to become police informers just for […]

Maoists threaten to kill 2 MLAs; put up banner

Bhanjanagar: CPI(Maoist) on Saturday put up a banner near Dadaralunda village chhak in Bhanjanagar and threatened to kill two MLAs of Ganjam district. However, there was no mention of the names of the legislators to whom the death threats have been reportedly issued by the red rebels. The banner was found near a plaque mentioning […]

Maoist Posters in trains asking people to celebrate CPI Foundation Week

Rourkela/ Malkangiri: Different instances of Maoist violence came to fore in the bordering areas of the State today ahead of the CPI (Maoist) ‘Foundation Week’ from September 21 to 27. In Rourkela, the red rebels have reportedly put up posters in all the trains under Chakradharpur railway division, sparking panic in the region. Through the […]

Mao posters threatening to kill BSF informers found in Koraput

Koraput: Maoist posters threatening to kill Border Security Force (BSF) informers were found at Badadural village along Koraput-Malkangiri border today. The posters were released in the name of Malkangiri Koraput Vishakhapatnam Border (MKVB) committee of the CPI (Maoist). In the posters, the Maoists have threatened contractors engaged in various construction works in the area to […]

Maoists kill villager during bandh in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: Observing a bandh in five districts of the State today, Maoists killed a villager of Lahidi village located in the border between Kandhamal and Kalahandi. As per sources, Maoists killed Mohan Majhi, suspecting him to be a police informer. Villagers said that a group of armed rebels had arrived at around 1 am and forcibly […]

Ex-BSF man arrested for PLFI links contested 2009 elections

Rourkela: The Ex-BSF assistant commandant Jadumani Patra, who was arrested for his links with People’s Liberation Front of India (PLFI) had fought elections in 2009 on SP ticket, informed police today. Jadumani and his three aides are presently under a two-day police remand following arrest earlier this week. According to sources, investigation into Jadumani’s involvement […]

Maoists put up posters, allege govt’s negligence towards villagers

Rayagada: Posters of CPI(Maoist) Bansadhara-Ghumusura-Nagabali division were today found at different places including Ichhapur panchayat office in Ambadala of Rayagada district. In the posters, the ultras alleged negligence of the State government towards education and health services of locals. Besides, they asked the government to ensure disbursal of financial aid to flood-hit villagers in Rayagada […]

Maoists release audio tape, ask to observe Aug 15 as black day

Bhubaneswar: Ahead of the 71st Independence Day celebration across the country on Tuesday, CPI (Maoist)’s Bolangir-Bargarh-Mahasamund divisional committee today released an audio tape calling on people to celebrate August 15 as a ‘black’ day. Claiming an increase in unlawful activities, cases of torture on villagers and exploitation in the State, Budhuram Paharia, spokesperson of the […]

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Naxals threaten informers, landowners in Rayagada, Koraput

Kalyansinghpur/Narayanpatna: Maoists claiming to be from two different divisions put up posters at different places in Niyamgiri area of Rayagada district and erected red flags on hundred acres of land in Katulpeta and Aalamanda areas of Narayanpatna in Koraput today. At five places in Parasali under Kalyansinghpur including the Dongria Kondh Development Agency office and […]

Panic grips Titlagarh area after Maoist posters found

Titlagarh: Hand-written posters and banners of outlawed CPI (Maoist) were found at Gudighat village in Titlagarh area of Balangir district today. The posters and banners mentioning the name of BBM division of the CPI(Maoist) demanded announcement of the area as drought-hit while opposing the Operation Green Hunt launched by the Ministry of Home Affairs and […]

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Woman Maoist operative killed in encounter

A Maoist operative was killed in an encounter with security forces in a forest area in Kalahandi district today, the police said

200 Maoist sympathizers surrender in Malkangiri

In yet another jolt to the Maoists, about 200 sympathisers of the outlawed CPI (Maoist) on Monday surrendered before the Malkangiri superintendent of police (SP) here

Gurupriya bridge not to solve people's problems: Maoist leader

At a time when the Odisha government is expediting construction work of Gurupriya bridge to connect to the residents of the cut-off area to the mainland, Maoists are of the opinion that the bridge would not solve any of the problems that the people are facing now