naxal attack in aurangabad: 11 saal baad bihar me naxali active

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naxal attack in aurangabad: 11 saal baad bihar me naxali active

Even though Nitish Kumar’s government has not been successful in curbing the increased criminal incidents in Bihar for some time, even before that the Naxalite incidents have started in the state. Seeing the results of Naxal incidents in Bihar in the last one month, they are trying to show their threat once again.

Mobile tower and Kisan Bhawan blown up in Aurangabad
Naxalites have given their knock before the panchayat elections to be held in Dev Prakhad of Aurangabad district. Armed squads of CPI-Maoist, a banned Naxalite organization, blew up a mobile tower in Judahi village of Madanpur police station area. During this, the Naxalites have also damaged the Kisan Bhawan.

SP Kantesh Kumar Mishra has given information confirming the incident. He said that after blowing up the mobile tower and destroying the Kisan Bhawan, the Maoists also raised slogans in support of Bharat Bandh. The SP said that the team of Cobra, CRPF has left for the spot after getting information about the incident and the search operation is going on.

spreading wings of naxalism

Naxalites came in numbers from 50 to 60
It is said that the Naxalites, who came in numbers from 50 to 60, surrounded Judahi village from all sides and blew up the tower, warning the villagers to stay in the houses. After carrying out the incident, the Naxalites ran out through the canal raising slogans of CPI-Maoist Zindabad.

Naxalites killed 4 people
On the 13th of this month, four people were killed by an armed squad of Naxalites in Gaya district. In Monbar village of Dumaria police station area, the Naxalites have killed these four people for being a informer to the police. Naxalites have killed four members of the same family including two women. After carrying out the incident, the Naxalites have left a leaflet. It is written that seven months ago in Monbar village, four big Naxalite leaders were murdered by the women of Saryu Singh Bhokta.

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Information was also given about four Naxalites hiding here. At that time Naxalite leaders Amresh, Sita, Shivpujan and Uday were killed. The killing of these Naxalite leaders has been avenged.

‘Centre to keep Naxalism in the status of terrorism’

Naxalites became active in Bihar after 11 years
Naxalites have not committed any crime in Bihar for the last 11 years. In February 2010, 12 people, including two women, a child, were killed by Naxalites by firing bullets in Phulwaria village of Jamui. Gaya’s Senior Superintendent of Police Aditya Kumar said that the Maoists carried out this incident on the suspicion of being a police informer. While there was no such thing. In February this year, four zonal commanders of Maoists were killed in a police encounter inside the same house.

Naxalites blew up mobile tower

Police said that Saturday’s incident has been carried out under the leadership of Vivek, Indal etc. associated with the banned CPI (Maoist) organization. Everyone was searching for Saryu Singh Bhokta. A named FIR has been registered against 17 people in connection with the matter. The search is on for the accused.

Both the deceased Satyendra and Mahendra Bhokta have five children. The Naxalites have threatened the surviving families and children of the victims to leave the village and go somewhere else and have even said that they should be ready to face the consequences if they do not do so.

Nitish Kumar’s flimsy argument on the raid in the bride’s room

The Naxalites have threatened both these families that they should not even harvest the paddy that has ripened on two bighas of land in the forest. Opposition leaders are constantly asking riders on the Naxalite incident, while no statement has come from the government. With the sudden onset of Naxalite incident in Bihar, questions are being raised that what is its meaning. Are the Naxalites once again trying to show their intimidation in the state?

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10 districts in Bihar Naxal affected
According to the Home Ministry report released in July this year, six districts in Bihar have been made free from Naxal-affected areas. According to the report of the Ministry of Home Affairs, 10 districts in Bihar are Naxal-affected, while Lal Salam has been eradicated from six districts. According to the Home Ministry report, Aurangabad, Banka, Gaya, Jamui, Kaimur, Lakhisarai, Munger, Nawada, Rohtas and West Champaran in Bihar are now said to be affected by Naxalism. Out of these 10 districts, three districts of the state Gaya, Jamui and Lakhisarai are said to be most affected, while Aurangabad has been said to be the District of Concern i.e. serious on this district.

Naxalite bandh announced from 23 to 25 November
Banned Naxalite organization CPI-Maoist has announced a three-day bandh in protest against the arrest of six Naxalite leaders and their comrades who were killed in Chirauli stronghold. Due to the announcement of bandh in the border areas of Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and UP from 23 to 25 November, the railways have been put on high alert regarding security.


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