venerdì 4 maggio 2018

pc 4 maggio - India sabotaggi e sciopero nel Telengana contro il massacro di maoisti e popolazione

Maoists blew up a culvert on the Bhadrachalam-Charla highway in Telangana’s Bhadradri-Kothagudem district on Friday as part of their call for a state-wide shutdown in protest against the alleged fake encounters in Dandakaranya forests.
According to Bhadradri-Kothagudem police, at around 2.30am, the Maoist guerrillas blasted a culvert using powerful explosives on the highway at Satyanarayanapuram of Charla block, about 45 km from the temple town of Bhadrachalam.
The blast was so powerful that it left a big crater on the road, causing traffic disruption.
The spot is hardly a few kilometres from the CRPF camp at Kaliveru, a village along the Telangana-Chhattisgarh border.
The Maoists also left hand-written wall pamphlets at Gogubaka village of the same block condemning the recent fake encounters.

The Maoists had vowed to take revenge for the killing of over 50 of their cadres in Gadchiroli in Maharashtra and Bijapur of Chhattisgarh in the last few weeks.
On Thursday night, three more Maoists were killed in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh bordering Telangana.
As part of their protests, CPI (Maoist) party’s Dandakaranya region secretary Jagan called for a Telangana bandh on Friday.
 the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation cancelled night bus services to remote areas in Bhadrachalam division in view of the bandh call.
The police asked the ruling TRS leaders of the district not to tour sensitive areas.

       CPI Maoist Vows To Avenge Cadres Murdered By Government Forces, Calls For Nationwide Bandh

The banned CPI(Maoist) has vowed to avenge the death of 40 cadres in two encounters with security
forces in the Rela-Kasnasur and Nainer forests of south Gadchiroli last month.
Posters put up by the Left-wing extremists across south Gadchiroli on Wednesday night claimed that they would avenge the “murder” of their comrades in what was “clearly a violation of human rights”. They also vowed to punish the “traitors” who facilitated the police operations.

The posters, allegedly issued by the south Gadchiroli committee of the CPI(Maoist), also called for a bandh on Friday to protest the “fake and one-sided massacre”.

The district police have also announced reward money running up to crores for information leading to the capture of its five most notorious members, including Malojulla Venugopal alias Bhupati, Milind Teltumde and Narmadakka. An advertisement with photographs of the leaders has already been released in this regard.
Bhupati, who was once the secretary of the CPI(Maoist)’s Gadchiroli unit, commands the highest reward money of Rs 60 lakh. The younger brother of Kishenji, who was killed in West Bengal in 2011, he is now a politburo member.
Police have offered Rs 50 lakh for information leading to the capture of Teltumde, who previously served as the secretary of the CPI(Maoist)’s Maharashtra unit. Currently a central committee member, his wife – Angela – was arrested by the state police a couple of years ago.
Anybody offering information on Narmadakka, the lone woman activist in the organisation’s central committee, will get Rs 25 lakh as reward money. She earlier served as the CPI(Maoist) south Gadchiroli secretary.

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