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Naxal ‘Court’ Allegedly Issues Death Warrant Against Four People For Speaking Against Leftists

Published on 10 May, 2017 at 2:07 pm By

It is a known fact that Left-wing terrorists kill anyone opposed to their ideology with impunity. They have been known to carry out human rights abuses and horrific murders across the world.

In India, Naxalities, or Maoists, is the Left-wing terror that is hindering the development of societies and threatening the democracy of the country.


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Very recently they targeted a CRPF road opening party leading to the martyrdom of as many as 25 jawans.

 

So, killing innocents is a normal thing for the Naxals.

Early on Wednesday, filmmaker and anti-Naxal ideologue Vivek Agnihotri posted a tweet containing a letter allegedly issued by a Naxal group:

The ‘death warrant’, written in Hindi, warns four members of the Legal Rights Observatory with death for speaking against CPI(ML) politburo member Kavita Krishnan, Prof. Nandini Sundar, and rights activist Bela Bhatia.


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The letter starts with a mention of the killing of the jawans, falsely accusing the martyrs of being involved in “defending capitalists and committing atrocities on populace”.

It warns that if the four from the LRO fail to appear before the ‘court’ by May 31 the order will be executed immediately.

 

The alleged warrant created a stir on Twitter. Some of them questioned Krishnan:

But Krishnan claimed that the letter is a “fake” and blamed the ‘Sanghis’ for circulating it.

In a tweet, Krishnan also said that she is filing a criminal defamation case against Agnihotri:

Whether or not the letter is genuine is for the police to decide, but what is important to note here is that Naxalites do issue such death warrants in the Red Corridor region. The warrants are mostly against government workers but often extends to those who oppose the Naxals, including any tribal.

In 2016, the CPI(Maoist) had issued a death threat to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and his son following an anti-Naxal operation. In 2003, Naidu had escaped a Naxal attack on his convoy.

The Home Ministry had said in 2016 that at least 53 people had been executed in three years from 2013 to 2015 by Naxal kangaroo courts in five states – Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Odisha.

 

A list compiled from MHA statistics showing the number of fatalities due to Left-wing Extremism. South Asia Terrorism Portal


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On May 8, Home Minister Rajnath Singh unveiled a new strategy to counter Naxal terrorists in India. He had then stated that Naxals have killed at least 12,000 people in 20 years.

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