Bombing in bauxite mines in Gumla, Naxalites burnt 9 vehicles

Gumla: Naxalites have created havoc on the border of Gumla and Lohardaga.

Naxalites have bombed Hindalco’s project in bauxite mines in Satkonwa of Ghaghra police station area.

Nine vehicles were set on fire one after the other.

Which includes 6 highways, one truck, one water tanker, one pickup.

Six Naxalites riding on two bikes had reached the side of Hindalco.

The laborers working there were intimidated and threatened.

Beat them up and then drove them away from there.

After this incident, panic has once again spread in the entire area.

Naxalites have also left leaflets at the spot.

In which it is written – The party is over, do not make this mistake.

Naxalites have also written that without contacting our organization, stop all bauxite mine work as soon as possible.

At present SP Harvinder Singh, Operation ASP Manish Kumar and Ghaghra police station in-charge Amit Kumar Chaudhary are at the spot.

The villagers told the police officers that they had reached at 1.30 in the night.

There is no official statement from the police yet in this matter.

After targeting the Hindalco site, Naxalites have left leaflets there.

Naxalites have written in the pamphlet – Excavation companies and contractors should come to their senses.

Stop digging in the jungle mountain.

Restore basic amenities of the public in the mines area.

The Naxalites further wrote in the poster that they should stop the machine work and instead provide employment to the local people.

Whichever mines are working in this area and have started their work without our contact, they should stop it.

The company has suffered a loss of crores in this Naxalite attack and arson incident.

When the police got information about the incident early in the morning, they rushed to the spot.

For the last several days, Naxalites have been demanding levy in the areas of Lohardaga, Gumla and Chatra.

Many sporadic incidents have also taken place in the area.

There is an atmosphere of fear among the people and companies working in road construction work and many other types of projects.

Through this incident, the Naxalites have tried to show that they still have dominance in the area.

Exactly two years later, Naxalites refused the police’s claim by setting fire to eight vehicles.

After the incident of January 2022, the police had claimed that the arson incident was carried out by the squad of CPI Maoist regional commander Ravindra Ganjhu, who had a reward of Rs 15 lakh for levy.

After which, the police took swift action against the Naxalites.

The police had achieved many major successes.

After this success the Naxalites went on the backfoot.

But now by carrying out the incident of arson again, the Naxalites have made the police realize that Naxals are on the front foot.

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