Maoist victims attack Fraud Swami Agnivesh

published on March 26, 2011

Chattisgarh: Dantewada: As per media reports, Fraudster Swami Agnivesh has been manhandled by villagers who were the victims of Maoist violence.The Fraudster Swami, was going to support the Maoists who were under attack of Special Police officers.

Agitated crowd, comprising of women threw eggs at social activist Swami Agnivesh, hurled abuses, pulled him out of his car, pushed him around and forced him to return as he was proceeding towards the Maoist stronghold in Tadmetla near Chintalnar.

A large number of people, including women, were present at Dornapal crossing, blocking the road that leads to Chintalnar. As Swamy Agnivesh’s vehicle stopped, few people gathered around his vehicle and shouted “Are we all animals? Don’t we have any human rights?  See these women. They are widows of Errabore, where the Maoists had set ablaze a relief camp killing more than 33 people few years ago”.Even as few people were shouting at Swamy Agnivesh and others, few women forcibly opened the vehicle’s door and pulled him out and pushed him around.

“Where were you when 76 security personnel were massacred by the Maoists at Tadmetla in April last year? Where were you when the Naxalites set the relief camp on firefew years and burnt 33 people, including children, alive few years ago?”, the agitated crowed threw questions at Swamy Agnivesh.

Agnivesh’s reply that he and others had always condemned all acts of violence provoked the agitators, including women, who hurled abuses at them raising slogans “ Pakdi wale vapas jao”. The people also deflated the tyres of the vehicles, saying that they would not allow them to proceed to Chintalnar.

Later, the mob took Swamy Agnivesh and others to their vehicle and forced them to leave. A group of tribal women and others got on to other vehicles and followed his vehicle for about 20 Kms so as to ensure that the team did not return to Dornapal.

Special Police Officers are locally recruited to fight the menace of Maoist terrorists mainly from the families who lost their near and dear to Maoist attacks. 

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