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नई दिल्ली. 31 अगस्त 2011

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दुनिया भर में तरह-तरह के गोपनीय दस्तावेजों को जारी करने वाले विकिलिक्स के ताज़ा दस्तावेजों में इस बात का रहस्योद्घाटन किया गया है कि छत्तीसगढ़ में माओवादी आंदोलन चलाने के लिये औद्योगिक घराने एस्सार से मदद मिलती रही है. विकिलीक्स ने मुंबई स्थित अमरीकन कॉन्सुलेट के दस्तावेजों को हाल ही में जारी किया है, इन दस्तावेजों के अनुसार छत्तीसगढ़ के बस्तर में काम करने के एवज में एस्सार कंपनी माओवादियों को आर्थिक मदद करती है.

अमरीकन कॉन्सुलेट ने अपनी रिपोर्ट में कहा है कि एस्सार के एक अधिकारी ने बताया है कि उनकी कंपनी नक्सली इलाकों में कंपनी की गतिविधियों में दखलअंदाजी न करने के लिए नक्सलियों को पैसे देती है।
यहां पेश है विकिलीक्स की इस विषय पर पूरी रिपोर्ट-

TAGS: ASEC PGOV PHUM ECON EAID EMIN ENRG SOCI PTER IN
SUBJECT: ANTI-MAOIST OPERATIONS IN CHHATTISGARH BEGIN: ACTIVISTS
WORRY ABOUT POTENTIAL HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS

REF: A. A. 2008 MUMBAI 325
B. B. 2008 MUMBAI 326

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1. (SBU) Summary: The Indian state is finally getting serious about tackling the Maoist insurgency in India's "Red Belt." As it does so, NGOs and human rights activists working in southern Chhattisgarh, one of the areas worst affected by Maoist violence, are expressing concern that a concentrated, coordinated, paramilitary operation against Maoist insurgents - dubbed "Operation Green Hunt" by the media - may have a serious adverse impact on tribal people living in the area. While India central government officials have downplayed these anti-insurgency efforts, state officials in Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh have announced aggressive anti-Maoist operations, involving police and central paramilitary units. In tandem, state police in Chhattisgarh are also clamping down on access to Maoist-affected regions for activists. NGOs claim that, under the guise of security, authorities are attempting to suppress reports of potential abuses. NGO leaders in Chhattisgarh argue that the government's emphasis on major infrastructure development programs - such as roads, electricity, telecommunications, and industrial projects - at the expense of basic human development efforts - such as education and health are exacerbating the insurgency. Overall, however, the main conflict continues to be over the control of land; tribals fear that the state plans to forcibly move villages and communities to make way for industrial projects, while officials claim that tribals have partnered with the violent Maoists. Human rights activists point to potential risks of collateral damage to civilians during any expanded operations -- from the police, paramilitary troops, and the Maoists - in this poor and remote region. End Summary.

"Operation Green Hunt?"
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2. (U) Media reports have indicated since September that the Government of India (GOI) plans to launch an anti-Maoist initiative, known as "Operation Green Hunt," in the seven states most affected by the Maoist insurgency - Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Jharkhand, Bihar, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. GOI officials have not discussed "Operation Green Hunt", but have indicated that a comprehensive approach to the Maoist insurgency - especially development efforts - is being coordinated with affected states. Nevertheless, the Indian Express claims that 58 paramilitary battalions have been deployed to Maoist-affected states, mostly from the Central Reserve Police Force (CPRF), with 25 positioned in Chhattisgarh. On January 2, Vishwaranjan, the Chhattisgarh Director General of Police, told media that joint operations between the state police and units of the Indo-Tibetan Border Forces (ITBF) and the Border Security Force (BSF) had begun in Kanker, north of Bastar. These operations, he said, were designed to stabilize an area so that development initiatives could be undertaken. State police units plan to "intensify" their anti-Maoist operations elsewhere in the state. NGOs and journalists who have traveled to the area have not seen signs of increased levels of paramilitary forces in these areas, and claim that police operations had been underway for months.

3. (SBU) In Maharashtra, State Home Minister R.R. Patil told the Legislative Assembly on December 9 that simultaneous operations with the Chhattisgarh police will be undertaken in the second half of December to flush out Maoists. In addition, the Government of Maharashtra (GOM) heightened security measures for the Nagpur Assembly session December 8-December 22, with the newly-trained counter-terrorism unit, Force One, guarding the Assembly house and the residences of major ministers and opposition leaders. On January 2, the Indian Express reported that the Maharashtra police, along with CRPF and other paramilitary forces, had launched anti-Maoist operations in the forests in Gadchiroli district, on the Chhattisgarh border, in order to "flush out" Maoists and cut their supply lines in Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.

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4. (U) Media reports from Chhattisgarh indicate continued low-level Maoist violence, including vehicles damaged by IED explosions, skirmishes between Maoists and security personnel, leading to a small number of casualties and the suspension of iron ore shipments from the Bailadila mines of National Mineral Development Corporation from December 2 to 8 during a general strike declared by the Maoists (dispatches resumed December 10). One NGO activist who was to meet with Congenoff in Raipur reported that he was forced off the bus and beaten by Maoists who suspected him of being a government sympathizer.

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sunil tiwari [tiwari.sunilkumar@gmail.com] ranchi - 2011-08-31 04:42:40

 
  यह कौन सी बड़ी बात है सर, पुरे देश में ऐसा ही हो रहा है. देश की सारी जाँच एजेंसियों को पता है कि उग्रवाद की फंडिंग कहाँ से हो रही है. पर बिल्ली के गले में घंटी बंधेगा कौन? आखिर चुनाव की भारी-भरकम फंडिंग का श्रोत भी तो इन्ही महानुभावों की गंगा से निकलती है. झारखण्ड आकर देखिये न. सब पता चल जायेगा कि उग्रवाद का पोषण कहाँ से हो रहा है?  
   
 

bhagatsingh [bhagatsingh788@gmail.com] raipur - 2011-08-31 04:10:08

 
  तो इसमें समस्या क्या है ? एस्सार तो सरकार के नुमांइदो को भी पैसे देती है. 
   
 

Pankaj Saw [pankajsaw86@gmail.com] Bilaspur - 2011-08-30 19:38:45

 
  सरकार और व्यापारी (सभी नहीं), नौकरशाह.... यानी समाज का ताकतवर हिस्सा आज सर्वाधिक भ्रष्ट और मतलबी होता जा रहा है. अगली क्रांति तो इनके खिलाफ होनी चाहिए. 
   
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