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Monday, May 27, 2013

Indian Maoist rebels kill 27 members of the Congress Party after attacking his caravan

At least 27 people including part of the regional leadership of the Congress Party Indianwere killed in an attack of great political significance committed by Maoist rebels and training leaders described as assault on democracy. The assault was perpetrated on Saturday against a political caravan returning after a rally in the city of Jagdalpur, in the central state of Chhattisgarh, when rebelsdetonated a mine and a group between 150 and 250 Maoists fired at the vehicles, local agency PTI. Moreover, at least 32 people were injured , said Director General of Police Ram Niwas. The head of the Party Congress in Chhattisgarh, Nand Kumar Patel,and his son were killed in the attack, after being abducted yesterday and their bodies were found this morning in Bastar district, a stronghold of the Maoists. The dead also included Mahendra Karma, a veteran of political education and creator in 2005 of a paramilitary anti-Maoist movement , the Salwa Judum or "peace march", declared illegal by the Supreme Court, and Uday Mudaliar, state exlegislador. The former minister Vidya Charan Shukla state is in critical condition after being hit by several bullets and was taken a hospital in New Delhi, according to PTI. Sonia Gandhi , president of the training, her son Rahul Gandhi, Vice President, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who belongs to that group, traveled to the area on Sunday and visited the wounded"It is an attack on the Congress Party. 's an attack on democracy . But we will not fear of these attacks and will continue forward, "said Rahul Gandhi. Singh, meanwhile, described the assault on the Twitter social network as a "black day for democracy" and said the government "should be firmer in the fight against extremism n axalita". The Bharatiya Janata Party president, Rajnath Singh, the main opposition formation in New Delhi and the state governing Chatisgarh condemned the assault and stressed the "need for the country to unite to address these threats." This attack is the highest political profile of the Maoist organization fighting for an agrarian revolution Communist cut in the center and east of the country and known as Naxalites after staging a revolt in the Bengali village of Naxalbari in 1967. The Government of India has declared the Maoist rebels as the main security threat internally and in recent years is the conflict that has caused more deaths in China, ahead of Kashmir's worst Maoist attack caused the death of about 70 members of the security forces in 2010 , the year in which the confrontation of this organization with the state reached its peak with 1,180 deaths, according to the South Portal Asia Terrorism. In 2012, however, the number of deaths dropped to 367 and so far this year 173 people have died in this conflict , according to the same source. The Maoist guerrillas are active in at least twelve regions and more than a third of India's districts, although a threat "serious" in a little over 10% of them. The area of Bastar, which recorded the attack on political leaders, comprising five districts in about 40,000 square kilometers, and is considered the backbone of the guerrilla activities Maoist. The Indian government launched in September 2009 anti-Maoist operation Green Hunt , the subject of criticism from intellectuals who claimed that some 200,000 adivasis (tribal people) were forced from their homes by the fighting.

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