Monday, August 29, 2005

Naxal attacked his mother, brother for money

DH News Service Bhubaneshwar:

The growing influence of Naxalites among the unemployed tribal youths in the interior and backward districts of Orissa has once again come to the fore after a young tribal in Keonjhar district attacked his mother and brother with a sharp weapon injuring both, as they had refused to pay him Rs 30,000 to buy a pistol.

The local police have already arrested the youth while a search is on to nab five of his associates. He along with a few other tribals had joined the Naxals five years ago.

Police sources said, in 2001 the Keonjhar police had arrested five youths from Haridaspur area of the district in connection with a Naxal incident. Six others, however, had managed to escape. One among them was 28-year-old Ajaya Munda, a resident of Banitang village.



Last week, Ajaya asked his mother and brother to give him the money to buy a pistol. Both refused and urged him to disassociate himself from the Naxalites. An enraged Ajaya attacked his mother and brother, and fled to the nearby Rebana forest.

Next morning, the villagers informed the police about the incident and he was arrested following a combing operation.

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