Indian security forces were ambushed by the rebels killed 75 people (Photos)
first aid personnel are to rescue the injured.
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4 dated 6 TV shots showed a wounded security forces in India Chhattisgarh treatment. Xinhua News Agency AFP
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4 6, the Indian Central Reserve Police Force in the central Chhattisgarh was armed Naxalites ambushed, killing at least 75 government soldiers killed. It is armed Naxalites made in recent years with the most bloody attack.
mine-clearing vehicle hit a mine explosion
Indian government officials said, the same day from 6 pm to 7 pm, Central Reserve Police Battalion 120 68 members Chattisgarh 邦马克拉纳 forest executing a task, the way station in the back by armed Naxalites ambushed. Ambush site in Chhattisgarh’s capital 450 kilometers south of Ray Poole forest.
According to reports, more than 1,000 Mingnasaer send militants involved in ambushes. First, they use mines to blow up a Central Reserve Police Force fleet of mine-clearing vehicles. Then, from a nearby hill towards the Central Reserve Police Force soldiers opened fire.
75 killed in ambush government soldiers, including 72 Central Reserve Police Force members and a local police forces, the specific identity of the other two yet to be determined. In addition, more than at least 20 Central Reserve Police Force personnel were injured.
Chhattisgarh police chief 维什瓦兰贾 think this is a well-planned ambush. In its view, the armed Naxalites have begun to move the camp from the guerrilla group fighting the militarization of the preparation of transition.
armed Naxalites had said, the next phase of its armed activities would be “trench warfare.”
ambush incident, reinforcements soon arrived at the scene. Helicopters transported the injured. However, the first reinforcements have been armed Naxalites attacked.
suspected retaliation for the government to suppress the ambush
armed Naxalites ambushed action is considered their Indian Government “green hunting” crackdown retaliation. “Green hunting” action from the Government of India began in July 2009, armed Naxalites for the crackdown has so far killed 90 Mingnasaer were armed members.
Indian Central Reserve Police Force were ambushed place in Chhattisgarh Bath Thar region. The region’s rich mineral and forest resources, but it is India’s most economically developed regions. (Ma Jing)
failed strategies, poor intelligence and the “blind arrogance” mentality led to the Indian Central Reserve Police Force attacked and suffered heavy casualties the main reason.
– Indian media
recent years, the Indian Central Reserve Police Force has been increasing manpower. At the same time, equipment, training and operational discipline was neglected.
– Indian experts Prakash Singh
“forces the other side blindly into the site “
tactical terrorism experts believe it is taboo
for the Central Reserve Police Force attacked the event, India’s Minister of the Interior Qidan Baram said: “The attack caused great casualties, it shows the brutal armed Naxalites and their cruel nature of the degree.”
Chhattisgarh Interior Nanjilamu Kan Waer said the attack was “intelligence failures” of the consequences.
Indian official said a counter-terrorism expert, attacked the Indian Central Reserve Police Force did not Naxalites armed guerrilla tactics to give adequate attention. They chase armed Naxalites, the blind drive into the Naxalites insurgency’s core area, which is the tactical taboo.
the anti-terrorism experts also point out that the Central Reserve Police Force ride into the great forest areas so that they can easily become armed Naxalites attacked the target. (Ma Jing)
Naxalites as poor farmers compete interests
current membership of about 10,000 to 20,000 in between
2009, India 1100 people died across the country armed Naxalites attacks. As a result, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said that Naxalites insurgency has become India’s biggest domestic security threat. However, Singh said, as long as the armed Naxalites give up violence, the government is willing to start peace talks with them.
1967, the armed Naxalites in West Bengal village of Nasr Barry “was born.” They claim to armed activities by the Indian government for many years neglected fighting for the rights of poor farmers.
Currently, nearly 30 states in India’s 20 states have armed Naxalites in the activity. It is estimated that the number of armed Naxalites about 1 million to 2 million people.
armed Naxalites are mainly concentrated in central India’s Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh.
members of rural and urban poverty of radical youth and regular attacks on police, extortion of contractors, and established in several remote areas of tax, judicial and other “administrative agencies”, like “local government.” (Ma Jing)