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RJD-Congress Responsible for Naxal Menace in Bihar: BJP June 29, 2005

Posted by naxalwatch in Uncategorized.

Patna: June 29, 2005

Alarmed by the sudden spate in the Naxalite activities in northern parts of the state, a Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) fact-finding team led by Sushil Kumar Modi visited the Madhuban area in East Champaran district on Monday to ascertain the situation while also demanding sealing of the porous Indo-Nepal border and deployment of central para-military forces to contain the extremist activities.

Accusing the Bihar Governor Buta Singh of being slack in dealing with the ultras who have unleashed an unprecedented reign of terror in North Bihar and some other parts of the state including Gaya in last few weeks, Modi said the situation was far worse than being reported by the Governor’s office.

“In spite of President’s Rule in the state, the government has failed to check growing menace of the extremists in the state and for this no one is more responsible than the previous Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and Congress rule,” Modi said.

“The morale of the Bihar police is at its lowest and without the help of central para-military forces, situation will only worsen,” the BJP MP admonished.

Others to accompany Modi were former Union minister Dr. C. P. Thakur, state NDA convener Nand Kishore Yadav and former BJP MP Radha Mohan Prasad.

As recalled, nearly two dozen Naxalites, two policemen and a bank security guard were killed when hundreds of Maoist Communist Center (MCC) ultras swooped Madhuban Bazaar in Motihari district on June 23


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