November 24, 2011

Maoist Leader Kishenji killed in West Bengal

In a big breakthrough in the anti-Maoist operations in India, top Maoist leader Kishenji was killed in a gunbattle with the security personnel in West Midnapore area of West Bengal.

The TV channels quoting the CRPF, have confirmed Kishenji's death and said that hunt is on to trace his key woman aide, Suchitra, who could be dead too. Three or four Maoists were also killed in the encounter, it is believed.

Kishenji alias Mallojula Koteshwar Rao, who was born in July 1956, failed to dodge the security personnel this time, as they launched a massive operation to nab him. He was the topmost leader of the Communist Party of India (Maoist).

The gunbattle was reportedly held at Burishol village in Junglemahal area of West Midnapore. The 207 Cobra Battalion has killed Kishenji, the TV channels reported.

1 comment:

  1. GOOD Riddance.All the Maoists should be killed along with their sympathizers .They are still in the 19th century world.We all have problems with the government imagine we all take up arms for that.If communism is such a wonderful ideology & answer to all our problems then why it was wiped out from the whole world.STUPID people Maoists they dont have brains.Mao's China is the biggest CAPITALIST country in the world now.