Wednesday, July 01, 2009

More than 7000 Maoist Naxals regroup in neighboring states

More than 7000 Maoist Naxals regroup in neighboring states to wage rebellion against West Bengal Marxist cops and Indian paramilitary forces

Preeti Singhani
Jul. 1, 2009


They fled well in advance as planned. They did not fight. They wanted the West Bengal Marxist cops and Indian paramilitary forces to come and conquer just like Sunnis allowed George Bush’s American military in Iraq in 2003. West Bengal Marxist cops and Indian paramilitary troops could not find any of the Maoist fighters. The whole youth generation of the tribal people have disappeared in a very preplanned way.

Finally Indian intelligence understand what really happened. India’s central Government in new Delhi has warned Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa and Chhattisgarh, the neghiboring states, that more than 7,000 Maoists, many of them armed, have fled Lalgarh in Bengal to sneak into these states, forcing the East Singhbhum administration to step up patrolling in the Ghatshila sub-division bordering the troubled spot of West Midnapore.

The warning seemed to have an immediate effect at Chakulia on the Jharkhand-Bengal border, where the police had been put on high alert with jawans of Indian Reserved Battalion (IRB), Jharkhand Armed Police (JAP) and district police dispatched on long-range patrolling.

The Bengal police have identified some CPI(Maoist) leaders who had apparently crossed over into Ghatshila from Lalgarh. They include Vikasji, the secretary of the Purulia-Bankura-West Midnapore zonal committee, Kishanji, the politburo member, Kanchan, the Bengal state committee secretary, and Rakeshji, a member of the Bengal-Jharkhand-Orissa border regional committee.

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