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Tag: Gumudumaha

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Basic facilities a far cry for Gumudumaha residents

Kandhamal: On July 8, 2016 five persons including three women and a baby boy returning to Gumudumaha in an autorickshaw after collecting NREGA wages were killed after a 15-member team of the state’s anti-Maoist paramilitary force and the Special Operations Group allegedly fired at the vehicle. Following the incident, the state government had promised justice […]

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Monsoon session of Odisha Assembly likely to be stormy

Bhubaneswar: The monsoon session of the Odisha Assembly scheduled to begin tomorrow is most likely to be stormy. While the Opposition Congress and BJP will try to corner the government over the issues like the Mahanadi, Polavaram, Kandhamal firing, Nagada deaths, the ruling BJD has also prepared itself to counter the opposition onslaught. “The Congress […]

Odisha BJP
BJP to observe 'Lajja Diwas' today

Bhubaneswar: The State unit of BJP will observe ‘Lajja Diwas’ today as a mark of protest against State government’s apathy towards deceased home guard Sandeep Hati. The party will launch a signature campaign over the issue at Master Canteen square here. While informing about it at a press meet on Monday, party vice president Sameer […]

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Odisha police kill innocent tribals; brand them Maoists: Cong

New Delhi: Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) chief Prasad Harichandan on Saturday alleged that the State police are killing innocent tribals and branding them Maoists. The Congress leader was talking to media persons here before submitting the inquiry report prepared by the Congress fact finding team on the Gumudumaha killing to party vice-president Rahul Gandhi […]

Rameswar Oraon
NCST 'satisfied' with action on Kandhamal killings

Bhubaneswar: The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) has expressed satisfaction with the follow-up action taken by the Odisha government on the death of five innocent residents of Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district, who were killed during a purported anti-Maoist operation in Malapanga forest on July 8 night. “In its report, the NCST had observed […]

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Kandhamal killings: Congress launches 'Adhikar Yatra' from Gumudumuha

Gumudumaha (Kandhamal): Launching its ‘Adhikar Yatra’ from Gumudumuha, the Congress took to the streets for the second time in the last fortnight, alleging that the State government had failed to provide justice to the five innocent villagers, including an infant, who were killed in firing by security personnel on July 8, even a month after […]

Gurudas Kundu
Kandhamal killings: SIT begins second phase probe

Phulbani: A three-member Special Investigation Team (SIT), headed by the SP, Human Rights Protection Cell (HRPC) Gurudas Kundu, today began its second phase probe into the death of five villagers, who were killed during an anti-Maoist operation near Gumudumaha village in Malapanga forest of Kandhamal district on July 8. Talking to media persons at the […]

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Kandhamal firing was cold blooded murder: Deo

Phulbani: Senior Congress leader and head of the five-member AICC delegation V Kishore Chandra Deo today claimed that the death of five innocent villagers in Kandhamal district on the night on July 8 was not the result of any encounter between the security personnel and the Maoists, but cold blooded murder. “Going by circumstantial evidence […]

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AICC team arrives in Baliguda

Bhubaneswar: Exactly 15 days after the gruesome killing of five innocent villagers during an anti-Maoist operation in Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district, a five-member team of All India Congress Committee (AICC) will visit the village on Saturday. The team has reached Baliguda in the district this afternoon and will visit Gumudumaha village later in the […]

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Central Congress team to visit Gumudumaha on Jul 23

A five-member central team of the Congress would visit Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district on Saturday to find out the circumstances leading to the of five innocent villagers, who were killed during an anti-Maoist operation in the district in the night on July 8

Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights
15 helpless children in Gumudumaha: OSCPCR

The Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (OSCPCR), which visited Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district last evening to probe the death of a two-year old child and the women who were killed during an anti-Maoist operation in Malapanga forest in the night of July 8, has said there are 15 helpless children in the village

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Kandhamal killings: OSCPCR team to visit Gumudumaha

Phulbani: A two-member team of the Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (OSCPCR) today arrived in Kandhamal district to probe into the death of a child, who was killed during an anti-Maoist operation in Malapanga forest near Gumudumaha village in the night of July 8. The two-member team comprising OSCPCR commissioner Rajalaxmi Das […]

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Kandhamal deaths: Tribal bodies demand higher compensation

Bhubaneswar: Even as Special Investigation Team (SIT) began its probe onto the killing of five innocent people in Gumudumaha village in Kandhamal district, tribal bodies on Monday staged demonstrations in various parts of the State demanding an increase in the compensation amount announced by the Odisha government to the next of kin of the victims. […]

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Opp not happy with officials’ visit, urges CM to visit Kandhamal

Phulbani/Bhubaneswar: Not happy with the decision of chief minister Naveen Patnaik to send four senior officials to Kandhamal district, the Opposition today said the chief minister should have personally visited the backward district to understand the plight of the people. “The chief minister must visit the district. Why he (Naveen Patnaik), any chief minister, who […]

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SIT begins probe into Kandhamal killings

Phulbani: The six-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed by the State Police began its probe into the shocking death of five innocent villagers, who were killed during an alleged anti-Maoists operation in Malapanga forest near Kurtamgarh in Kandhamal district in the night on July 8. The SIT team, led by Mahendra Pratap, ADG, Human Rights […]

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NCST chairman to meet Kandhamal victims' kin today

Bhubaneswar/Phulbani: Chairman of National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) Rameswar Oraon will meet the family members of the persons who were killed in firing security forces during a combing operation at Gumudumaha in Kandhamal district last Friday. Oraon, who drove straight to Phulbani after arriving at Bhubaneswar on Tuesday and spent the night there, will […]

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