Cadres of CPI-Maoist killed Kishori
Das of Kasthiniya village under Dumaria PS area of Gaya District,
Three Maoists, including an 'area
commander', were arrested from a village in Rohtas District of
A CPI-Maoist cadre surrendered
before the Police along with arms in Rohtas District, Bihar.
A lesser known LWE outfit, Sashastra
People's Morcha, assaulted employees of a brick kiln and burnt
a JCB machine and two tractors at Koiram village of Arwal District,
Bihar, as their owner refused to pay extortion money.
A group of around 18 CPI-Maoist
cadres set ablaze a tractor at a brick kiln at Chandi village
under Sadar Police Station area of Vaishali District of Bihar,
and left behind a pamphlet demanding a monthly 'levy' of INR 25,000
from its owner, Anuj Rai.
Police arrested 12 suspected Maoist
supporters from Marachi village under Barraia Police Station in
Gaya District of Bihar and seized looted Police rifles.
Bihar State Police arrested a
CPI-Maoist cadre, resident of Dhokli village in Jamui District,
from Banka District.
Three CPI-Maoist cadres were arrested
from Madhurapur forest under Kauakol Police Station area in Nawada
District of Bihar.
A woman CPI-Maoist cadre was arrested
from Kaimur hills, under Aghoura Police Station, in Kaimur District
A tribal woman who had eloped
with and married a CPI-Maoist cadre, 10 years ago, surrendered
with her two minor children, in Kaimur District of Bihar.
A self-styled 'sub-zonal commander'
of the CPI-Maoist, identified as Shankar Yadav, was arrested from
a village under Khaira Police Station area in Aurangabad District
About 50 security personnel had
a close shave as CPI-Maoist cadres triggered a landmine blast
at Dumuria in Bihar's Gaya District.
More than three dozen armed cadres
of CPI-Maoist surrounded a construction site camp at Khaira in
Jamui District of Bihar and abducted eight construction workers
from the site.
All eight workers of a construction
company, abducted by CPI-Maoist cadres from Badildih village of
Jamui District in Bihar, on January 27, were released near Giddheswar
Ramadhar Singh, Sarpanch
of Chapi Panchayat under Sherghati Police Station area
in Gaya District of Bihar was released by CPI-Maoist.
Bihar Police changed their operational
strategy to tackle CPI-Maoist in Gaya District of Bihar.
CPI-Maoist released all six abducted
tractor drivers in a forest at Punadih village in Lakhisarai District
of Bihar, hours after abducting them.
CPI-Maoist cadres triggered a
landmine blast killing eight persons - six Police personnel, one
SPO and one civilian - at Majhauliya village in Gaya District.
Bihar Police seized a mobile phone
possibly belonging to CPI-Maoist cadres who triggered the landmine
blast near a culvert at Majhaulia village in Gaya District, on
February 22, killing eight persons including seven SFs.
Bihar has borrowed a helicopter
from neighbouring Jharkhand for operations against the CPI-Maoist,
state Water Resources Development Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary
told the State Assembly.
Bihar Government has started construction
of buildings of 82 Police Stations in CPI-Maoist-hit districts
at an estimated cost of INR 1.7 billion under a centrally-sponsored
Police modernization scheme.
Raising concern over Bihar's efforts
to tackle Naxalism, the Centre revealed that three of its districts
- Gaya, Jamui and Aurangabad - accounted for more than 60 percent
of CPI-Maoist violence in 2012.
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Nagdeo Ram, was arrested from Madhu Bigha village in Aurangabad
With fresh innovations in science
and technology, human intelligence, has taken a backseat, SC Jha,
Additional Director, Intelligence Bureau, said at the 43rd All
India Police Science Congress held in Patna.
A civilian was killed when around
40-50 armed cadres of CPI-Maoist attacked Chandpur village, under
Dev P.S. in Aurangabad District and fired indiscriminately at
About 100 armed Maoists first
got passengers alighted from a bus and then torched it at Kachanpur
village, located at hilly terrain, under Dev P.S. in Aurangabad
The CPI-Maoist organised a Jan
Adalat (people's court, a euphemism for Kangaroo Court) in
Sherghati Sub-division of Gaya District.
SFs foiled a CPI-Maoist bid to
trigger a landmine blast, recovering 100 IEDs and six pressure
cooker bombs from Chanderia-Pichhulia road under Dumaria Police
Station area in Gaya District.
CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a railway
track between Hajipur and Sarai stations in Vaishali District
(also known as Hajipur), hitting train services in Bihar.
Four CRPF personnel were injured
while defusing a bomb in Gaya District of Bihar. Hundred Maoists
blew up part of a power Sub-station under Khaira Police Station
limits in Jamui District.
Maoists set ablaze an Airtel mobile
tower under Kutumba Police Station area in Aurangabad District.
About 25-30 Maoists attacked the
premises of Saaj Infracon, a Patna-based company, and briefly
took around 10-15 labourers hostage in Muzaffarpur District.
Rajeshwar Prasad, a constable
with the CRPF, who was injured while defusing a bomb planted by
CPI-Maoist in Gaya District succumbed to his injuries.
A hardcore CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Rajendra Ram, was arrested from Pipra village in East Champaran
CPI-Maoist cadres blasted around
seven wings of a building of the State Irrigation Department in
Bihar Government proposed to set
up 242 armed fighting companies of Police in the State. Among
the proposed 242 companies, 44 will be a dedicated force to deal
with rioting while the remaining will be engaged in operations
against the Maoists and organized crime.
Police arrested a CPI-Maoist cadre,
identified as Ayub Ali alias Khan, during a raid at Gewal
Bigha, in Gaya District.
CPI-Maoist cadres abducted five
labourers engaged in road construction in Jamui district but released
three of them early on April 25.
CPI-Maoist cadres slit the throat
of an accountant of a construction company near Paisraha village
in Jamui District and set ablaze three vehicles of the company.
Nine CPI-Maoist cadres were arrested
at Barhki Pakahi village under Lakhaura Police Station limits
in East Champaran District.
Over half a dozen CPI-Maoist cadres
attacked a bridge construction site and set ablaze four machines
near Baldahiya River in Jahangirpur village in Jehanabad District.
CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a private
guest house and a culvert in Bhimbundh forest in Munger District.
A hardcore CPI-Maoist cadre was
arrested from a village in Rafiganj area of Aurangabad District.
MHA has told the Bihar Government
that it can use SSB for operations against the CPI-Maoist.
The Bihar Police arrested a CPI-Maoist
cadre, identified as Jitendra Kumar, from his house in Doraha
village in Arwal District. Jitendra is believed to be an 'area
commander' operating in and outside Arwal.
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Arvind Kumar Verma, was arrested from Patanbigha village in
Describing Naxalism as a "major
challenge" to democracy, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar urged the
Centre to generously fund the States on development to bridge
regional disparity and end the sense of deprivation of the people.
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Bharat Thakur, was arrested by Police after a raid on a house
in Auramalikana village of Sheohar District.
Acting on a tip-off, Patna Police
arrested a CPI-Maoist 'area commander', Gopal Paswan, from Daulatpur
village under Bhagwanganj Police Station area in Patna District.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar maintained
that a multi-dimensional strategy based on the theme of governance
with justice was required. He said "We must work together to launch
serious developmental schemes so that misdirected people can be
brought back into the socio-economic mainstream."
Three CPI-Maoist cadres were arrested
along with weapons from a village in Rajepur Police Station area
in East Champaran District.
Purnia District Police arrested
the 'north-east zone area commander' of the CPI-Maoist, Kailash
Mandal, at Dumari village under Tikkapati Police Station under
Dhamdaha Sub-division in Purnia District.
A group of around 200 CPI-Maoist
cadres attacked the Dhanbad-Patna Intercity Express at the Bhalui
halt near Jamui District in Bihar, killing three persons and injuring
six passengers. The Maoists decamped with three rifles, including
one AK 47 and two INSAS (Indian Small Arms System) rifles.
A CRPF constable was injured in
an exchange of fire with Maoists that took place during a routine
patrolling operation in the Chhatarbanda forests in Gaya District.
Union Home ministry officials
said Bihar Police has all but stopped operations against the Maoists,
frittering away gains made over the last five years. Twenty-one
civilians have died in Maoist attacks in Bihar until May 31 this
year, more than double the number (10) killed over the same period
in 2012, according to the Union Home Ministry. More Security Personnel
have died in Maoist attacks in the first five months of 2013 than
in the corresponding months of 2012. Only 99 Maoists were arrested
and two surrendered until May 31 this year; by contrast, 204 Maoists
were arrested and 34 surrendered in the first five months of 2012.
Maoists blew up a state-run middle
school in Bhulsumia village in Jamui District. More than 50 armed
Maoists took part in the attack.
The Central Government has sent
a fresh battalion of SSB, comprising about 1,000 personnel, for
undertaking anti-Naxal operations in Bihar.
Kapildeo Yadav alias Indrajeet,
the 'commander' of Eastern Regional Bureau of the CPI-Maoist in
Jharkhand, was arrested from Ishwar Dayal Hospital, a private
nursing home in Patna District.
Acting on a tip off, Police arrested
a CPI-Maoist cadre, identified as Bhola Ram, from Basata village
under Telpa Police Station limits in Arwal District.
CPI-Maoist cadres, dressed in
Police uniform, attacked the house of a Chairman of Primary Agriculture
Credit Society, killing two persons and injuring another at Mankauli
village in Kudhni of Muzaffarpur District.
The CRPF and Police personnel
conducting Operation Prahar recovered a can bomb, having
pressure release technique, planted by the CPI-Maoist near a road
bridge under Pakaridayal Police Station in East Champaran District.
Around 150 hardcore Maoists of
Jharkhand have sneaked into this area of East Champaran, Sheohar
and Muzaffarpur Districts and their resurgence has rung alarm
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Chandrashekhar Sahni, was arrested along with weapons from
Baligaon village in Gandak riverine area of Saran District of
The Bihar cabinet approved the
Home Department's proposal to create 25 additional units of STF
in order to contain the onslaught of LWE in the State.
CPI-Maoist cadre Shambu Yadav,
wanted in several cases of violence, was arrested at Dhamni village
in Aurangabad District. However, two of his associates escaped
on a motorcycle.
Two CPI-Maoist cadres were arrested
along with arms and ammunition from Nawada District.
The Police unearthed an illegal
mini-gun factory in Bramani forest area, known to be a CPI-Maoist
stronghold, in Bihar's Munger District and recovered magazines,
barrels and unassembled pistol kits.
At least three Special Auxiliary
Police troopers and two guards of a private road construction
company were killed and seven others injured when armed group
of over 125 CPI-Maoist cadres attacked a base camp of the company
at Goh in Aurangabad District of Bihar.
The toll in the CPI-Maoist attack
targeting SF personnel guarding a construction site in Aurangabad
District of Bihar has risen to six. Three personnel of Special
Auxiliary Police, two private security guards and the driver of
a bus in which the Police reinforcement was being moved to the
spot from Koch in Gaya District have died, ADG, Law and Order,
S. K. Bhardwaj said.
Bihar Jharkhand North Chhattisgarh
Special Area Committee Spokesperson Gopalji expressed 'grief'
over the death of SF personnel in Aurangabad attack. Issuing a
press statement, Gopalji said their aim was to snatch firearms
from security personnel so that they can equip common man with
weapons and carry on their fight against the ongoing operation
CPI-Maoist cadres demolished an
under-construction CRPF camp on the outskirts of Basuachak village
under Chanan block in Lakhisarai District of Bihar.
CPI-Maoist blew up a railway track
near Gaya District disrupting traffic on the Gaya-Mugalsari route
of East Central Railway. Gaya Railway DSP Sunil Kumar said that
the explosion on the track between Taraiya and Guraru railway
station occurred around 11 pm barely 20 minutes after the pilot
engine of Howrah-Delhi Rajdhani train crossed the area.
CPI-Maoist cadres damaged a new
building, which was to become a Police Station in Aurangabad District.
Bihar DGP Abhayanand said that
acting on a tip off Aurangabad District Police arrested a CPI-Maoist
cadre, identified as Binda Singh, from a hideout in Sonbarsa village
of Aurangabad District.
SFs during a combing operation
in the Lutua forest area under Banke Bazaar Police Station of
Gaya District recovered three pressure cooker IEDs, 57 pipe bombs,
about 50 kilograms of gelatin, CPI-Maoist literature, uniforms
and other belongings.
Naxalites demanded extortion
money amounting to INR 16.5 million from Vishwanath Sharma Construction
Company, engaged in building a bridge over Budhi Gandak at Panapur
in Muzaffarpur District.
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Pramod Koda, was arrested from Jatkutiya village under Dharhara
Police Station area of Munger District. Acting on a tip off, the
Police raided the village and arrested Koda, who is a resident
of Jatkutiya village, Superintendent of Police (SP) Navin Chandra
CPI-Maoist cadres severed the
limbs of a farmer and then shot him dead near Hajipur, the headquarters
of Vaishali District for refusing to pay 'tax' to the outfit.
SF recovered large quantity of
explosives from a CPI-Maoist hideout in a village under Imamganj
Police Station area in Gaya District.
A massive 'mobilisation campaign'
of Naxal groups, including CPI-Maoist, is learnt to be
taking place in the jungles of Jamui District located in the dense
jungles near the Bihar-Jharkhand State boundary. More than 500
LWE cadres from different States have already gathered at the
venue and over thousand are scheduled to arrive at the place in
Four CPI-Maoist cadres, identified
as Mohan Paswan, Rudal Paswan, Ram Swaroop Mahto and Mahesh Mahto,
have been arrested during a joint operation conducted by State
Police and CRPF personnel in East Champaran District.
The CPI-Maoist is targetting one
of its splinter groups, Azad Hind Fauj in East Champaran and Sheohar
Districts. On September 14, the Maoists distributed pamphlets
declaring that they will break the nexus between of Police and
AHF. The Uttar Pradesh-Bihar Zonal Committee of the Maoist organization
has asked the public to cooperate or face dire consequences.
Five CPI-Maoist cadres, including
a self-styled 'area commander' of Maoist Communist Centre identified
as Kailash Thakur, were arrested from different places in Sheohar
Police have confiscated an illegal
immovable asset of a CPI-Maoist cadre, identified as Adhiklal
Mandal in Paharpur village of Munger District.
One STF trooper was killed and
two others received serious injuries as armed CPI-Maoist cadres
ambushed a Police patrolling squad in Giddheshwar forest area
under Khaira Police Station in Jamui District.
Maoists attacked an under-construction
building meant for CRPF camp near Parasi Mod (Garahi village)
under Khaira Police Station in Jamui District after midnight on
the intervening night of September 19 and September 20.
Four Naxal sympathisers
were arrested in Saraiya area of Kaimur District.
The EOU of Bihar Police stumbled
upon a diary of a Rohtas-based kendu leaf supplier having
names of top CPI-Maoist leaders and some politicians receiving
kickbacks from him over the past two decades.
The Bihar Police have said that
barring stray incidents, the bandh in Bihar to protest
the killing of CPI-Maoist cadres in Odisha passed off peacefully.
After a prolonged lull, about
70 CPI-Maoist cadres including some women blasted an abandoned
house of a former mukhiya (headman) Suresh Prasad Singh
at about 2 am at village Chakki Sohagpur under Paroo Police Station
in Muzaffarpur District.
CRPF seized 15 kilograms of IED
in a joint operation with Bihar Police from Jagatpur forest in
Bihar Police arrested a self-styled
CPI-Maoist 'zonal commander' from Central Kolkata in West Bengal
and took him to Gaya District where a local court remanded him
to 14 days of judicial custody.
CPI-Maoist cadres detonated a
cane bomb - a trademark IED used by them - to blow up a vehicle,
killing all its seven occupants near Pathara village in Aurangabad
Bihar Police in a
drive against CPI-Maoist leaders under UAPA have sized movable
property worth INR 20 billion. They have also seized approximately
44 acres of land.
An official said
drawing upon Bihar's success the Centre has asked eight other
Maoist-hit states to effect property seizures under UAPA provisions
to weaken extremists' leaders by way of their individual financial
Impressed by Bihar
Police's approach of hitting the Maoist leaders financially by
confiscating their property under the UAPA, the Central Government
has decided to adopt it. The UMHA has issued directions to the
Chief Secretaries and DGP in Naxal affected states to start implementing
the UAPA on Maoists.
A joint team of STF
and Police arrested nine CPI-Maoist cadres including two hardcore
ones with weapons from East Champaran District.
A group of 25 Maoists
travelling in a truck set afire a private bus at Ramleela Gachhi
under Deoria Police Station area and a mobile tower at Pokhraira
village under Jaintpur Police outpost in Muzaffarpur District.
call given by CPI-Maoist cadres to register their protest against
the Laxmanpur Bathe judgment, in which all the convicts including
the 16 earlier awarded death sentences by the trial court, were
acquitted by the Patna High Court for lack of evidence, brought
life to a near standstill in the major part of Sherghati Sub-Division
of Gaya District.
The JIC headed by the Cabinet
Secretary has criticised the Bihar Police and central SFs for
not carrying out counter-intelligence operations against CPI-Maoist.
Two CPI-Maoist cadres, identified
as Nirmal Paswan alias Mutwar and Nandan Vishwakarma, were
arrested by the STF from Railway Station Road under Town Police
Station area in Bihar's Jehanabad District., while they were on
way to purchase arms from a supplier. The duo belonged to Palamu
District of Jharkhand.
The Bihar Government announced
reward of INR 300,000-500,000 for the capture of seven top CPI-Maoist
The Maoists killed three persons
and injured as many at Amkola village in Gaya District. Among
the dead was one Sanjay Yadav, who had recently deserted the Maoist
rank. Maoists suspected Yadav leaked information to the Police
leading to several raids on Maoists and recovery of arms and ammunition.
A CPI-Maoist cadre, identified
as Bhim Turi, was arrested from Sonebarsa village in Munger District
SFs seized huge quantity of explosives
from a Maoist hideout in Charkhapathar area in Bhelwaghati forest
in Bihar's Jamui District. The seizure included about 100 kg Ammonium
Nitrate contained in three sacks, nine LPG cylinders, two IEDs,
two packet power gels, besides food materials.
The Gaya District Police registered
a case against a CRPF assistant commandant, Sanjay Kumar Yadav,
posted in Barachatti (Gaya), on charges of leaking crucial information
on security operations to the CPI-Maoist. Confirming this, IG
(Operations) Amit Kumar said Yadav was being interrogated, and
was likely to be arrested.
CRPF officer Sanjay Yadav, who
allegedly leaked movements of troops to the CPI-Maoist in Bihar,
was arrested. CRPF and Bihar Police officers interrogated him
in Patna for four days before arresting him. Yadav, an assistant
commandant with the CRPF's 159 battalion, was posted in Gaya,
one of Bihar's Maoist-affected Districts. Bihar Police had filed
an FIR against him at Imamganj Police Station on November 14.
The joint intelligence committee
of the Centre has accused Bihar Government of being soft on the
CPI-Maoist resulting in a 41% increase in killings by Maoists
this year compared to the previous year.
The STF seized a huge cache of
arms and ammunition and arrested three alleged CPI-Maoist cadres
in Gaya District of Bihar. The alleged Maoists have been identified
as Shalingram Yadav, his brother Krishna Yadav and Chander Bhogta.
Kumar. The operation was conducted near Sondaha and Dumri villages,
to the south of Chothi Hills, under the Bankebazar Police Station.
The East Champaran District Police,
in a raid conducted jointly with CRPF and SSB, arrested Hemant
Paswan, CPI-Maoist 'zonal commander' of west Bihar and his wife
Anju alias Simran, secretary of Nari Mukti Morcha, from village
Mirazapur under Patahi Police Station when they were planning
to launch a major offensive in bordering areas of the District.
Patna Police arrested an 'area
commander' of the CPI-Maoist, Jogendra Ravidas alias Lighter,
from village Bara under the Bhagwanganj Police Station area of
Patna District. He was considered to an expert in making bombs.
He was active in Patna, Gaya, Jehanabad, Arwal and Aurangabad
CPI-Maoist issued death threats
against four villagers through posters and pamphlets pasted at
Bamdah village in Jamui District and at some public places on
the Jamui-Chakai road.
Avinash, a spokesperson of CPI-Maoist,
recently appealed to Armed Force personnel deployed in this region
to return their service weapons and go back to their native places.
SFs arrested two CPI-Maoist cadres,
Surendra Mehta and Satyendra Choudhary, from Aurangabad District.
Three Policemen were killed and
two others injured as 20-odd cadres of CPI-Maoist attacked a Police
team escorting the Patna-bound Sahebganj-Danapur Intercity Express
near Jamalpur city in Munger District. After shooting the Policemen,
the Maoists decamped with four rifles of the Policemen.
A day after CPI-Maoist cadres
shot dead three BMP personnel and injured two others in a running
train, Security Forces launched a massive combing and search operation
to nab the perpetrators reportedly hiding in the forests of Bihar's
The Patna Police arrested two
CPI-Maoist cadres from separate places under Sigori and Khiri
Mor Police Station areas in Patna District. Police said an 'area
commander' of CPI-Maoist, Gurudev Yadav, was arrested in the raid
conducted at a hideout near Kanhaura Mor of Hadinagar village.
He was arrested with one country-made pistol and six live cartridges.
On his information, a 'zonal commander', Sunil Kahar, was arrested
from Mungli Tola Ramruchavigha under Khiri Mor police station
At least eight Policemen on patrolling
duty were killed in a Maoist attack near Nabinagar in Aurangabad
District. The Policemen were traveling in a jeep that was blown
up by a landmine on its way from Nabinagar to Tandwa. A Police
inspector, five troopers of the Special Auxiliary Force, the driver
and a trooper of the Bihar Military Police were killed in the
Three CPI-Maoist cadres, including
a woman, were arrested by the Security Forces from Harni forests
in Khaira Police Station area in Bihar's Jamui District during
a combing operation.
Police seized 150 blankets meant
for the CPI-Maoist cadres from the house of the mukhiya (head
of village level local self-government institution) of Harni village
under the Khaira Police Station area in Bihar's Jamui District.
The Mukhiya, identified as Mahesh Tanti, was arrested.
In an exchange of fire between
the CPI-Maoist and their rival group TPC, two Maoists were killed
and several others injured at Dhangai village in Gaya District.
The BJP leaders from Bihar seem
to be on the hit-list of the IM and the CPI-Maoist. According
to a report the MHA has sent a letter to the Patna Police stating
that BJP MP Shahnawaz Hussain could be a likely target of the
An arrested Maoist cadre said
that Bihar is a soft target for the Maoists to build their arsenal
and plan strikes. The revelation, made by Manish Marandi alias
Manbel Marandi (25), who was arrested in Deori area of Giridih
District of Jharkhand on December 14, comes days after Union Minister
of Home Affairs Sushil Kumar Shinde said Bihar was soft on Maoists
and the rebels have realized that the state is a soft target to
build their arsenal and they may resort to spectacular strikes
in the future.
CPI-Maoist cadres blew up an Airtel
mobile phone tower at Bage Bar village under Kothi Police Station
in Gaya District. The tower was blown up on the eve of the Maoist-sponsored
bandh to register protest against the ongoing 'Operation
Four CPI-Maoist cadres involved
in at least six cases were arrested in a joint operation of the
Police and CRPF and a rich haul of arms and ammunition recovered
in East Champaran District. The arrested Maoists have been identified
as Baidyanath Paswan alias Baidjee alias Mukhiyajee, Maheshwar
Singh, Vijay Kumar Ram and an underage.
Bihar has initiated the process
to confiscate the properties of 47 Maoists. Two months back, Bihar
was the first state to begin the process of confiscating properties
of half-a-dozen Maoists under Section 25 of the Unlawful Activities
(Prevention) Act, 1967.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
will write to UMHA Sushilkumar Shinde about the policies and programmes
of the State Government to deal with the Maoist menace. Shinde
had accused Bihar Government of failing to check the Maoist violence.
Five CPI-Maoist cadres were arrested
from different localities under Deo Police Station area of Aurangabad
SFs recovered a large cache of
arms and ammunition from a CPI-Maoist bunker in Bhinbudh forest
of Munger District.
A group of heavily
armed CPI-Maoist cadres, said to be members of the PLGA, raided
the makeshift premises of a road construction company near Nepa
village under Tekari Police Station area in Gaya District.
were arrested on charges of collusion with CPI-Maoist from Madanpura-Kasma
road under Salaiya Police Station area in Aurangabad District.
set ablaze 11 vehicles of a construction company in Sattar Ghat
locality of Gopalganj District.
Two CPI-Maoist cadres,
identified as Lakhendra Paswan and Harendra Paswan, involved in
the blowing up of railway track and other criminal activities,
were arrested at Dharhara village in Vaishali District.
A hardcore Maoist,
identified as Sanjay Helbram, was arrested from a hideout in Jamui
A hardcore Maoist
cadre, wanted in connection with at least six cases, surrendered
before Khagaria District officials.
Bihar DGP Abhayanand
has shot off a letter to the Centre urging it not to post any
CRPF officer in the state who belongs to Bihar for anti-Maoist
A group of nearly
50 CPI-Maoist cadres attacked a highway construction site in Gaya
District and torched construction machines stationed at the site.
Seven employees working
at a construction site at the Bihar-Jharkhand border, allegedly
abducted by CPI-Maoist over a week ago, returned home.