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Madhya Pradesh: Maoists call for ‘martyrs week’ in Balaghat, security beefed up

Balaghat | In Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh, Naxalites have given a name to look at “Martyr’s Week”, following which the police have beefed up safety within the space. An official gave this data on Saturday. Balaghat, situated within the South Jap area of Madhya Pradesh, is likely one of the three Naxal-affected districts of the state with Mandla and Didori being the opposite two Naxal-affected districts.

Extra superintendent of police (ASP) Aditya Prakash Mishra stated, “Naxals put up banners and pamphlets in Sonwani area of ​​Rupjhar police station area on Friday in which they have called for observing ‘martyrs week’ from July 28 to August 3. He said police It is probing how these banners reached the area. “There isn’t a details about the presence of Naxalites on this space. However intensive patrolling is being finished and safety has been beefed as much as control the scenario.
The Maoists have known as for holding a condolence assembly and constructing a memorial within the reminiscence of the slain Maoists in banners and posters.

The outlawed CPI (Maoist) observes Martyrs Week within the reminiscence of their chief Charu Majumdar yearly throughout this era. Majumdar died in West Bengal on July 27, 1972. In June this 12 months, three Naxalites, together with a member of the divisional committee, had been killed in an encounter with safety forces in Balaghat district, who had been collectively charged greater than Rs 57 lakh within the three states. One in every of them was divisional committee member Nagesh alias Raju Tulavi (40), who collectively had a reward of Rs 29 lakh in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.

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