Monday, March 10, 2008

Maoist posters panic people

Monday March 10 2008 08:47 IST
Express News Service

SALEPUR: Tension prevailed in Baramba-Narasinghpur region after people found some Maoist posters in their locality.

On Saturday, locals had found Naxal posters on the walls of Utkalmani Sishu Sikhya Mandir, PCL Computer Academy and at some houses in Nizigarh gram panchayat.

The posters were hand written in Oriya with red ink. Locals informed that along with writings such as Jivan Prati Bipada Achhi (danger for life), Khub Sighra Akramana (there will be an attack soon), Satarka Ruhantu (be watchful), Lal Salam (red salute), pictures of guns, arrows and flambeau were drawn on the posters.

Receiving information, police seized the posters. After investigation, OIC of Baramba police station, Bikram Keshari Jena ruled out any Maoist threat.

He said it might be a hoax created by some delinquent persons.

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