Monday, April 12, 2010

3 Naxal leaders claim responsibility for Dantewada massacre

3 Naxal leaders claim responsibility for Dantewada massacre
Jagdalpur: Three Naxal leaders have claimed responsibility for the dastardly April 6 assault at Tadmetla forest in Dantewada district's Chintalnar Police Station limits that resulted in the martyrdom of 76 security personnel including eight officers of the Central Reserve Police Force, besides eight Maoists.

A release issued yesterday and bearing the signatures of Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee Secretary Kosa, spokesman Gudsa Usendi and Rma stated that the roughly three-hour-long attack was to be viewed as retaliatory action for neutralising of rebel leaders and 'Operation Green Hunt'.

However, Home Minister P Chidambaram has gone on records stating that there was no operation by that code name.

''The assault was executed by 300 members of the Peoples' Liberation Guerilla Scouts,'' the release said. Several weapons and a large quantity of ammunition were looted by the ultras. The extremists warned of continuing such struggle in protest against government action.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

WISE MEN LEARN FROM THE MISTAKE OF OTHERS AND FOOLS COMMIT IT AND LEARN BY PAYING THE PRICE WITH THEIR LIVES.

PLEASE DO NOT GLORIFY THESE NAXAL WHO BRUTALLY MURDERED THESE 76 JAWANS OF CRPF.
CRPF MEN DIED IN A TRAP AS THEY WERE MADE UNCONSCIOUS BY CONSUMING PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCE SEND BY NAXAL.

NAXAL'S MAY BE TERMED AS SHREWED GUERILLA'S BUT NOT AS BRAVE HEARTED.