Maoist posters in Chinturu create flutter

Maoist posters in Chinturu create flutter
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The movement of Maoists in merged mandals in East Godavari has put the police on high alert. Posters of Maoists have appeared in sensitive areas like Yedugurralapalli in Chintur mandal of the district, which borders of Chhattisgarh, on Sunday night.

Chinturu (East Godavari): The movement of Maoists in merged mandals in East Godavari has put the police on high alert. Posters of Maoists have appeared in sensitive areas like Yedugurralapalli in Chintur mandal of the district, which borders of Chhattisgarh, on Sunday night.

Highlights:

  • Call people to take diamond jubilee celebrations of Naxalbari movement
  • Police on high alert
  • OSD K Phakirappa says they will intensify combing the the border villages

Alerted by this development, the police have intensified the combing operation in the area. The posters appeared on bark of trees in Baddugudem hamlet of Yedugurrallaplli village calling the tribal people to observe diamond jubilee celebrations of Naxalbari movement.

The villagers came to know about the development on Monday morning and informed the police. The police rushed to the spot and removed the posters.It may be recalled that Charla and Sabari area dalams of Maoist party has called for week-long celebration of Naxalbari movement.

The border police, CRPF, Greyhounds and other special teams were put on high alert after Maoists attack in April on CRPF jawans in which 25 lost their lives.K Phakirappa, officer on special duty who came to know about the posters incident has sent a special party to Baddugudem hamlet and inquired about the incident. He mentioned that the police have information about 37 Maoists sympathisers on whom they kept a strict vigil.

He confirmed that posters in the village was the handiwork of militia members. He made it clear that they are going to intensify combing operations in view of week-long celebrations of Naxalbari movement.

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