Maoists holding recruitment and training camps in Saranda
Rourkela: Lalgarh Maoist leader Bikram
Mahato and a host of trained cadres, including women, from
Chhattisgarh are attending camps set up by banned CPI(Maoist)
in the Saranda forest where training is being imparted in
guerrilla warfare, arms and handling of explosives, police
said on Saturday.
Leader of the Maoist outfit`s women`s wing, Chameli alias
Rekha is providing arms training to the women cadre to build
its `Nari Sena` deep inside the forest which is situated along
the Jharkhand-Orissa interstate border.
The recruitment drive by the Maoists is taking place after
a long hiatus and the police are keeping a close watch on
movements of the Maoists, who have lured hundreds of tribal
youths and girls belonging to villages on both sides of the
inter-state border with promises of financial packages, the
At least three major training camps run by the outfit`s
Chhota Nagpur zonal committee are in existence at Digha, Balwa
and Thalkobad area of Jharkhand and lie between the entry
point in Bisra in Sundargarh district and Mancharpur and
Kiriburu of Jharkhand.
The forest area, known as a Maoist hot bed, has been
chosen taking into consideration the hostile hilly terrain
that can be reached only on foot or motorcycle. Only one route
- the Karampada route serve as the supply line for logistics
and other provisions, the police added.
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