Timeline: previous Maoists attacks
Here's a timeline of previous Maoist attacks.delhi Updated: Jun 13, 2013 21:17 IST
Timeline of previous Maoist attacks:
April 2006: Maoist blew up railway cabin of Narganjo halt between Jasidih and Jhajha rail section.
April 27, 2006: Ultras blew up railway cabin and both side tracks near Narganjo railway halt.
April 8, 2007: Attack on Howrah-Mokama passenger train (213 up) near Narganjo railway station between Jasidih and Jhajha section, Asansol division of Eastern Railway, in which two Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel were killed and five more injured including a ASI. During the attack, the rebels also looted an SLR, two carbines and two pistols from the slain and injured RPF personnel.
April 24, 2007: Rebels abducted cabin master of Narganjo halt later released.
April 13, 2008: Armed Naxalites raided the GRP armoury at JhaJha and looted altogether 45 police firearms (27 rifles of 3.15 bore, six self-loading rifles, two carbines) and 898 rounds of ammunition before killed six police personnel including ASI, SAP and GRP jawan.
July 12, 2008: Railway track blow up by suspect Maoists between Jhajha-Jasidih rail sections near Narganjo.
February 7, 2010: Maoists blew up Up and Down railway tracks near Narganjo halt.
June 20, 2012: Station Master and two points men of Ghoraparan halt (near Narganjo) between Madhupur and Jhajha abducted by rebels later released.