Cpi Maoist News
Security forces arrest four wanted Maoists from Bihar's Aurangabad
The arrested Naxals include Vinay Yadav, the regional commander of the CPI (Maoist), who was carrying a reward of Rs 18 lakh on his head
Madhya Pradesh: Naxals put up banners in Balaghat to observe ‘Shaheed Saptah’, security forces on alert
'Shaheed Saptah', also called the Martyrs’ week, is observed by the banned CPI (Maoist) every year, in memory of their leader Charu Majumdar, who died on 27 July, 1972 in West Bengal
Maoists have never been so weak in past 10 years, but don’t count them out yet
Apart from a large number of Maoists killed, their geographical influence has, according to the Ministry of Home affairs, shrunk to 41 districts in the country from 96 districts in 10 states in 2010.
West Bengal elections 2021: In Junglemahal, endemic violence changes colour over the years
The Junglemahal area — of which Jhargram is part — has become the symbol of poriborton (change) in Bengal. It is the state’s tribal heartland, and was once a Maoist hotbed.
Koregaon-Bhima Case: NIA takes 83-yr-old tribal rights activist Stan Swamy into custody
The Jesuit priest and veteran tribal rights activist became the oldest person to be charged with terrorism-related offences in the case
Elgar Parishad case: NIA searches DU professor Hany Babu's house in Noida
During the search at Hany Babu's house, the NIA seized one account ledger, one receipt book of a committee formed for the defence and release of GN Saibaba, several documents as well as electronic items such as hard disk, USB pen drive among others
While Urban India struggles, tribals in Bastar follow strict self-isolation norms; villagers barricade roads to prevent spread of virus
Tribals in the seven districts of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh have voluntarily adopted measures to implement lockdown in their villages, without much of the state’s intervention, to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus
Elgar Parishad case: Mumbai court extends Anand Teltumbde's NIA custody till 25 April; activist was arrested on 14 April
Teltumbde was arrested by the NIA on 14 April after he surrendered before it following the Supreme Court's directives.
Maoists release statements claiming only 3 of cadre killed in Sukma encounter, say police version incorrect
As a proof of their claim, they have issued photos of the three Maoists killed along with their names, area of operation and villages they belonged to
Maoists blow up empty school building in Bihar's Gaya, leave behind pamphlets against CAA, NRC and NPR, say police
Suspected Maoist rebels blew up a school building in Bihar's Gaya district and left behind pamphlets denouncing the CAA, NPR, NRC and the 'fascist BJP government'
CPI (Maoist) confirms death of Ravalu Srinivas alias Ramanna in audio clip; Naxal leader wanted in 2010 Dantewada, 2017 Sukma attacks
Banned ultra-Left outfit Communist Party of India (Maoist) has finally confirmed the death of Ravalu Srinivas alias Ramanna, a dreaded Maoist leader from Chhattisgarh, who died at the age of 59
Chhattisgarh Police may get custody of woman Maoist leader Sujatha wanted in several attacks in Bijapur district
According to a source in Bijapur district police, woman Maoist leader Sujatha alias Nagaram Rupa has been brought to Chhattisgarh from Central Jail in Warangal on a production warrant
Maoist commander who helped plan 2017 Sukma attack on CRPF jawans surrenders before Chhattisgarh Police
Sudhir Korsa aka Prakash, a Maoist platoon commander, who was a part of the dreaded Battalion-1 of the banned CPI (Maoist), and who helped plan the 2017 Sukma attack on CRPF jawans, surrendered before the Chhattisgarh Police in Bijapur district on Wednesday
Surrendered women Naxals participate in Independence Day parade at Chhattisgarh's Maoist-affected Dantewada
Naxals oppose national festivals like Republic Day and Independence Day, and hoist black flags as a mark of protest against the Indian State
CPI (Maoist) claims responsibility for Dantewada attack in which BJP MLA Bhima Mandavi, 4 security personnel were killed
In the statement, the CPI (Maoist) also alleged that the government and the police had been forcibly carrying out road construction and installing mobile towers in the region, despite opposition from local villagers
Maoists in Bastar call for boycott of Lok Sabha election, put up posters extending support to Kashmiri separatists, militants
Maoists of Bastar in Chhattisgarh have extended support to Kashmiri separatists and militants and also called for a boycott of the Lok Sabha election.
Bhima Koregaon case: Maharashtra Police tells Bombay High Court that activists were mobilising Dalits to 'overthrow govt'
Apart from Arun Ferriera, the police earlier arrested eight other activists, including Vernon Gonsalves, Sudha Bharadwaj, P Varavara Rao, Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde in connection with the Bhima Koregaon clashes
After Maoist couple in Chhattisgarh surrenders, police calls it major breakthrough in anti-Naxal operations
Chhattisgarh police have called it a major breakthrough in anti-Naxal operations in the state and a ‘big success’.
Maoists gun down watchman in Odisha's Kandhamal suspecting him to be police informer, set ablaze five vehicles
The Maoists in Odisha's Kandhamal district also set ablaze three tractors, a road roller and a truck engaged in construction of a road under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).
Chhattisgarh polls 2018: Smartphones, mopeds, Maoists and other issues that may sway voters in Naxal-affected Bastar
With Naxals continuing with their attacks to destabilise the Assembly election in Chhattisgarh, which way will Bastar vote today?