Sringeri: Naxals Visit Begar Village, Paste Wall Posters

Daijiworld Media Network - Sringeri (SP)

Sringeri, Feb 6: On the morning of Thursday February 4, the villagers from Begar, a tiny village some distance away from here, found wall posters pasted by naxals in their village. The naxals through the posters, not only justified their recent assault on Arun, a landlord from Bidragodu village, but also invited the college students to join the naxal movement.

The college administration, which found the said hand-written wall posters pasted on the walls of the government PU College building in Begar, informed the police. The naxals have explained therein, that they had attacked Arun's home and torched the house of Dr Kiran Shetty, who they term to be a quack who was involved with lending money at exorbitant interest rates. “Both of them were punished for not paying heed to our warnings and mending their ways,” the naxals have explained. The posters have vehemently criticized the operations of brothers Arun and Kiran from Bidragodu.

The naxals have said that they took away Rs 6,000, two mobile phones, two guns and 12 cartridges. Reportedly, they have kept silent on the gold ornaments supposedly taken away by them. It is gathered, that the posters have hailed slain naxals Ravi, Devaiah, Manohar and Saket Rajan, wishing that their souls will rest in eternal peace.

The naxals have exhibited their audacity by visiting Begar, notwithstanding the tightened police vigil and the camping of police teams in Bidragodu, about four kms away from that village. Police officials from Sringeri, Hariharapura and Agumbe visited the spot and conducted investigations. Police officials from Chikmagalur, Shimoga and Udupi districts participated in a meeting organized at Agumbe on Thursday, for chalking out an affective strategy to browbeat the naxals.


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