Sunday, April 11, 2010

Probe into massacre begins

RAIPUR/JAGDALPUR: A one-man commission of inquiry to probe the April 6 massacre of 76 CRPF personnel in Chhattisgarh by Maoists has begun its investigation, even as a manhunt is on to nab those who planned the ambush.

E.N. Rammohan, former BSF chief, has started collecting information such as the command structure and hierarchy, the decision on the operation and the quality of training given to the CRPF men. He would also probe whether they followed the Standard Operating Procedures, informed sources said adding the Commission would submit a report on April 24.

The CRPF on Sunday deployed commandos of the Special Armed Force in the Naxal-infested forests of Dantewada. — PTI


Anonymous said...

that's pretty amazing,that's more i like it very much

Anonymous said...

IPS commading at higher level and blocking chance of paramilitary officers because of their vested interest but who listen? they command without even knowing the force properly.