India: Askari 22 wauawa, 30 wajeruhiwa na Chama cha Wakomunisti (maoist)

Analogia Malenga

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Polisi 22 wameuawa na wengine 30 wakijeruhiwa katika jimbo lenye utajiri wa dhahabu la Chhattisgarh, India baada ya kuvamiwa na wafuasi wa Chama cha Kikomunisti cha India (Maoist).

Kulikuwa na majibizano ya risasi yaliyodumu kwa saa nne ambapo imepelekea vifo vingi kuliko matukio yaliyowahi kuwakumba awali hasa mwaka 2017.

Maoist ni wafuasi wa falsafa za Mao Zedong ambao wamekuwa wakipigana kwa zaidi ya miaka 40 sasa na kusababisha vifo zaidi ya 10,000 kwa hesabu za kuanzia mwaka 2000.

Wapiganaji wanadai wanapigania haki za watu wanyonge wa India na makundi ya waliosahaulika. Serikali inawaona kuwa ni kikwazo cha ndani.

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At least 22 Indian security personnel were killed and 30 injured in an ambush by Maoist rebels in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh, the deadliest incident of its kind in four years.

Officials said on Sunday that security personnel belonging to the Central Reserve Police Force’s elite CoBRA unit, the District Reserve Guard, and the Special Task Force were attacked on Saturday in the tribal-dominated Chhattisgarh state during an anti-insurgency operation.

“We can confirm that 22 of Indian force members have been killed by Maoist fighters,” said a senior government official in Raipur, the capital of mineral-rich Chhattisgarh. They were killed in firing that lasted for four hours in the border district of Sukma, 540km (340 miles) south of Raipur.

Om Prakash Pal, a senior police official in Raipur said combing operations to trace one missing security force member was being conducted. The death toll was the worst for Indian security forces battling the far-left guerrillas since 2017.

On Saturday, senior police officer DM Awasthi said hundreds of police and paramilitary soldiers raided a hideout in Bijapur district after receiving intelligence that a large number of rebels had gathered there. At least five security personnel were killed in the incident.

Decades-old conflict​

The Maoist rebels, inspired by Chinese revolutionary leader Mao Zedong, have been fighting the Indian government for more than 40 years, in a conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people.

More than 10,000 have been killed since the year 2000, according to data from the South Asia Terrorism Portal.

The rebels claim to defend the rights of indigenous tribes and other marginalised groups, while the government calls them India’s biggest internal security threat.

The Maoists, also known as Naxalites because their left-wing rebellion began in 1967 in the Naxalbari village of the eastern West Bengal state, have ambushed police, destroyed government offices and abducted officials.

They have also blown up train tracks, attacked prisons to free their comrades and stolen weapons from police and paramilitary warehouses to arm themselves.

Last month, a roadside bomb killed at least four policemen and wounded 14 in Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh state as they were returning from an anti-Maoist operation.

Aljazeera
 

Farolito

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Hao Maoist ni hatari kiasi wanaua askari kutoka vikosi vya COBRA unit, District Reserve Guard, na Special Task Force?
 

cmoney

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Sasa mbona leader wanaemfuata alishabadili muelekeo wa China..now ni almost capitalist
 

Proved

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Sasa mbona leader wanaemfuata alishabadili muelekeo wa China..now ni almost capitalist
Aliebadilisha sera za kiuchumi za China ni Deng Xioping sio Mao Zedong.

Hawa waasi hawamfuati Mao ila wanafata tu itikadi zake kwa kuamini ndio njia pekee ya kukomboa jamii ndogo ndogo masikini huko India.
 

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