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Maoists’ Get Set Tactics to Counter Anti-Insurgency Chhattisgarh

Maoists’ Get Set Tactics to Counter Anti-Insurgency Chhattisgarh

Bhubaneswar: 4th  May 2017 (By Prasanta Kumar Bhuyan) The video footage, source of which is yet to be ascertained, shows young cadres being rigorously trained by the group’s warfare experts.  The step-motherly treatment of the government and most significantly the rise and fall of the radical leftist. The recent incident in Chhattisgarh sparked debates of nationalism, demands of the marginalized tribal communities, their age-old oppression, and the step-motherly treatment of the government and most significantly the rise and fall of the radical leftist, armed forces who are now infamously termed Maoists or Naxals. Maoists have taken the responsibility for the attack and said that it was in retaliation to the oppression against the wronged people in Odisha and South Bastar. While the country is projected as the emerging economic superpower of the world and inflated funds get pumped into the glitz and glamour of Bollywood and cricket, the tribal population in our country remains dejected and begging for basics. Drinking water, healthcare, education and a sustainable government aid including roads, infrastructure and equal rights have always received a second class treatment. Whether it is the Congress-led UPA government or the present NDA regime, the tribal folks have seemingly found liberation and resolution under the Maoists. The radical, armed force inspired by the communist idealism have been setting up their bases in areas such as the forested mountains of southern, central and the eastern parts of the country. The census reported that India is home to 84 million indigenous tribal people who survive exclusively on farming and the lion’s share of them live below the poverty line, devoid of basic amenities. The voice congratulated the leader, commander and the cadres who undertook the attack in Bhejji. “We are not violent, but this attack is a continuation of the attack in Bhejji on March 11. The audio release is recognized as the voice of Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee of CPI (Maoist) spokesperson, Vikalpa With Sukma attack that killed 25 CRPF men still raw in mind, a recent video showing a ‘guerrilla training’ camp of the extremist group has put the security forces on tenterhooks. The video footage, six-minute audio press release mentions the action as ‘necessary violence’ to stand up for the ‘exploited people’ Similar attack in Sukma, where 13 CRPF personnel died, was also hailed in the audio speech.  They are carried out in self-defence to protect the revolutionary struggle and bring a Janatana Sarkar,” the audio release said Source of which is yet to be ascertained, shows young cadres being rigorously trained by the group’s warfare experts. If they divulge any handy information about the rebels, the family ends up in trouble. The circle of everlasting fear and darkness lingers with very little help in real terms from the government. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) also expressed their grief and also urged the government of the state to take a note of the sacrifices made by the CRPF personnel. In a press statement, the NHRC spokesperson says, “The Commission stands for upholding human rights of all in the country and is consistent in its firm belief that the acts of violence are an anti-thesis to the struggle for the protection of human rights.” Questioning the accountability of citizens and politicians along with the security forces, NHRC observed, “A loss of life of any innocent person, It too shows the cadres are being intensely tested the way security forces are put in their mandatory training period the area has remained a space of ongoing conflict between the armed Maoist rebels and the Indian government for long. It was an early morning shifting drill on April 24, Bastar tribal area of the central Indian state, Chhattisgarh, has turned out to be the most dreadful boulevard for road construction in areas that come in the proximity to their base. While the logic and the theory of the government defeats the Maoists, the dwellers of the villages in these naxal belts are allegedly in support of these bush-attacks. The government has pushed for the connectivity even after succumbing to casualties all these years tribal community has maintained their doubt on the government’s stance regarding connectivity. When a contingent of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) deployed to secure a 5.5 kilometer road under construction between Chintagupha and Burkapal in Sukma district were attacked. The unprecedented attack on the CRPF contingent left the troop weary and by the time the cross firing ceased, 25 police personnel were killed and eight were seriously injured Counter the anti-insurgency operations. The activities of the cadres involve crouch and walk while holding log under the knees, crawling and walk downhill backwards. Such footage has forced the security personnel to rethink at the anti-Maoist operation strategy. Given the renewed strategy of the left wing extremist groups, security experts too believe that the training programmes meant for the BSF, DVF and security personnel should be upgraded.“We have seen how they easily ambushed our jawans in Sukma. Undoubtedly their number was high It is high time we upgraded the techniques to tackle such situations,” said former DGP Gopal Nanda.

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