Jharkhand

Vigilant over Possible Maoist Movement in Jangalmahal West Bengal

Almost a decade after Maoist presence shrunk from the tribal-dominated Jangalmahal district of West Bengal after three years of disturbance, police are probing possible movement of the left wing extremists (LWE) and reports of them making a comeback in the…

The Indian Government redeploy five CRPF companies in Junglemahal

The Union government has agreed to accept West Bengal government’s proposal to redeploy five companies of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Junglemahal, which were withdrawn ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and sent to Jammu and Kashmir. The…

CPI Maoist hoist black flag on Independence day in West Bengal

Flouting their silence after nine years, CPI (Maoist) cadres in West Bengal’s Junglemahal entered their former pasture on the eve of Independence Day and hoisted black flags at midnight in the remote pockets of the region in Jhargram district, said sources in…

NIA Questions Activist Stan Swami in Jharkhand

The NIA on Thursday questioned social activist Stan Swami at his residence here in connection with the Bhima Koregaon violence, an official said. A team of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) reached his house in Ranchi’s Namkun area and questioned…

Analysis on recent case of Gujarat ATS arrests of alleged “Naxalites”. Co-ordinated effort of Central and State Government to stifle dissent of Human Rights Activists across India.

Babita Kachyap and 2 others have been arrested by Gujarat ATS from the Mahisagar District of Gujarat under alleged pretext of being “Naxalite”. Who is Babita Kachyap? Babita Kachyap is tribal rights activist who have worked immensely in the Jharkhand…

Unable to Speak in Hindi, Jharkhand Villagers Beaten up by CRPF on Suspicion of Supporting Maoists

New Delhi: Taking cognisance of the complaint filed by the Anjedbeda gram sabha in West Singhbhum (Chaibasa) district of Jharkhand, the local police has registered an FIR against unnamed CRPF personnel for beating up villagers. On Thursday, the gram sabha…

The People friendly Police ?

Date:  29th November, 2010. Since inception of the state, the Jharkhand government has been carrying on anti-naxal operations and building up the people friendly police in the state simultaneously. In the recent development, Neyaz Ahmed, the director general of police…

CRPF violating PESA Act in Jharkhandi villages

Date: June 10, 2010 Clause 4.e.(1) of The Provisions of the Panchayats (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Act, 1996, [PESA] says: “ every Gram Sabha shall approve the plans, programmes and projects for social and economic development before such plans,…

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