The reactionary ruling class is planning to use it's
Asura Sena(Demonic Army) which comprises of the
Khaki Rakshasha's(Indian Police Force), CRPF
(Central Rakshasha Police Force ) and a couple of
battalions of the Indian Army to target the
revolutionary people's movement and has
has drawn up an elaborate plan to finish of the entire
top leadership of the Revolutionary Maoist Movement that
has spread like wild fire throught the country.
True to their Mafia style of functioning and organisation
they have now started issuing hit-lists, a trend
popularised in India by petty criminals like
Dawood Ibrahim and Chotta Rajan.
100 Naxals on govt 'hit list'
NEW DELHI: Centre and Naxal-affected states have drawn a 'hit list' of 100 top Maoists who have to be neutralised as part of an aggressive strategy to tackle the serious internal security threat.
Law enforcement agencies have been asked to target the 100 'A List' red ultras on a priority basis in what also marks the burial of the earlier approach to engage the Maoists in talks.
The list, comprising Maoists engaged in a number of violent incidents, exchanged hands for the first time among senior police officers drawn from nine states worst affected by 'red terror' during a day-long meeting here on Friday.
Although names of the listed Naxal leaders were not immediately known, they were, sources in the home ministry said, mainly those identified by Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the respective intelligence wings of the nine states as members of 'military unit' of the CPM.
The group was formed in September, 2004, with the merger of two prominent Naxal outfits People's War Group (PWG) and the Maoist Communist Centre (MCC). "Nodal officers of the states discussed the strategy to neutralise all the listed extremists in a co-ordinated manner.