Don't pose as Maoists rebels: CPI-Maoist warns criminals
CPI-Maoists through posters have warned criminal groups and splinter outfits not to lift levy claiming to be Naxals in Ramgarh district. HT reports.Updated: May 18, 2013 15:24 IST
CPI-Maoists through posters have warned criminal groups and splinter outfits not to lift levy claiming to be Naxals in Ramgarh district.
The poster read, "Criminals are warned not to pose as Maoists rebels. If the party comes to know about any incident of loot, murder or levy demands being made by criminal groups they will be punished according to party laws."
The posters were recovered by the Ramgarh police on Friday from Gola police station area.
The Maoists on Friday early hours had to torch nine heavy vehicles and destroyed several engaged in road construction at Jogia village. The posters were recovered from the incident site.
The poster read, "CPI-Maoist is an organization that is fighting against the government to save people from becoming victims of the corporate houses. We are not involved in killing and looting innocents. Many criminals are using name of the party for their self beneficiaries. We have identified many criminals who have defamed the party, they will be punished if they do not mend their ways."
The banned outfit has lost its dominance areas in the district where splinter outfits like Jharkhand Jan Sangarsh Muktimorcha (JJSM) and Tritya Prastuti Committee (TPC) have managed to make their holds.
According to police files many criminal groups posing to be Maoists have performed many loot, road dacoity and several other crimes.
The posters also warned the business fraternity not to give levy demanded anyone other than the Maoist outfits.
First Published: May 18, 2013 15:21 IST