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Maoists blow up check post

Tue 03rd Nov 2009 02:32 AM
Maoists blow  up  check  post
Maoists blow up check post

Vishakapatnam,Nov 3: The Maosists on Tuesday  blew up the Government check post in Kakarapadu of Koyuuru mandal in Vishakapatnam  district.The  Maoists tied the hands of  the chec kpost officials and kept a checkon them while  executing  the  blowing up operations.The Maoists  then  turned to the roads  and blocked  the  roads  in Kakarapadu  junction with logs  of  trees and  disrupted the  traffic. Kakarapadu is key  junction in the agency  area. As a result the  vehicular traffic between Narisipatnam and Koyuuru, and between  Paderu and chintapalli  was disrupted.

Resenting the Operation Abuzmad,and  the  Operation Godavari  launched by the Government to flush out the Maoists are out to intensify their action in the tribal  areas. To this  effect the Maoists  gave  a call for  bundh on November 4  and 5 in the agency area.With the  Maoists calling  for  a bundh  on Wednesday and Thursday, the villagers and  the  tribals  in the  agency area  under the grip of  fear.In their bid to  make  their presence felt in the agency  area  of  Visakhapatnam  the  Maoists are felling the  trees and  blocking  the  roads, setting  up banners and   distributing  pamphlets. Even the local police  are  afraid to  reach the  troubled  spot  and  set  things  right.

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With  both  the  police and the Maoists  drawing  the battle  lines for the  two-day  bandh  in the next  two days,a tense  situationis prevailing  in the agency areas  now.The  Moaists in their  bid  to make the  two-day bandh a successful one, raised slogans saying  that the  government is plundering  the   forest wealth  and only the wll to do industrialists are being  benefited from it. They denounced  the  injustice  meted  out to  the Girijans by denying them of their  due  from the local  forests.They sought the support of the locals  in  making the bandh a success. In view of this  two day  bandh  even the  SPs meeting  of the  Maoists infested  districts   scheduled  for Wednesday  had  been  called  off.