Thursday, July 23, 2009

Who are these fake Naxals !

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Report by Deba Prasad Dash; Malkangiri: Repeated threatening calls to the Balimela based Orissa Hydro-Power Corporation Ltd authorities from a specific Airtel mobile number to allot it’s residential quarters in favour of four forcibly occupied persons has once again exposed the fake Naxal’s plan here. Posing themselves as the Maoists, certain miscreants used to threaten one of the Managers of the Balimela based OHPC Ltd as well as the Deputy General Manager till the incident came to the notice of the Collector Nitin Bhanudas Jawale recently.

Earlier the OHPC Ltd authorities were threatened by the miscreants to withdraw the eviction orders issued by the Malkangiri Sub-Collector on the 72 persons for unauthorized occupation of the OHPC quarters at Balimela, but on Friday last ,the OHPC authorities were asked afresh by the miscreants to allot the quarters in support of only four specific persons and this led to believe that miscreants, not the Maoists are behind the threat call. The next day the local OHPC authority had written to the collector to withdraw the eviction orders issued on 13 forcible occupied persons for allotment of the quarters in their favour.But,Jawale refused to withdraw the legal eviction orders as the public premises act does not permits to do so and this made the OHPC authority to cancel the allotment orders that it had issued in support of the 13 persons including 12 government employees on Saturday last after the threat calls.

Speaking to this website,Collector Jawale said that it is the handiwork of certain miscreants who used to make threat calls in the name of the Maoists just to stall the proposed functioning of the second Navodaya Vidyalaya at Balimela. The tracking is over and the fake Maoist would be nabbed soon,he said. The administration has a kept a constant vigil on the fake Maoist menace in the district,the Collector informed. Mean while, sources close to the Maoist organization denied their role behind such mischievous threat calls made in the name of the Maoists and wanted action against the mischief mongers. The proposed second JNV would start functioning at Balimela soon and the poor tribal students from the interior and inaccessible pockets of the district would be benefited , Jawale said to Orissa Diary.

Some vested interest groups were reportedly wanted to stall the functioning of the proposed second Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Balimela since the day when the district administration asked the Balimela based OHPC Ltd authority to handover at least 20 quarters to run the school there temporarily till it’s own building is constructed.Accordingly,the project authority had submitted a list 72 unauthorized occupants to the administration to issue the eviction orders and the orders were served on to vacate the quarters. With the 15 days time limit to evict the quarters was about to end,one of the Managers and the DGM of the project started receiving the threat calls in the name of Maoists

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