Maoists Attack Kills BJP Lawmaker in Chhattisgarh

Maoists, who have warned residents to stay away from poll stations, KILLED a BJP lawmaker and four others in Dantewada, Chhasttisgarh, when the legislator tried to campaign ahead of the elections. The murder brings into question: will the people of this impoverished region even get to exercise their franchise, a right other Indians can take for granted?

10/04/2019 3:15 PMupdated: 10/04/2019 3:43 PM
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  • Jake A.
    05/05/2019 06:46

    Thks to bjpee

  • Obaid B.
    04/05/2019 14:26

    But the thing is, the so called news channels like zee drama news, aaj ka jhoot etc doesn't show this news, they just only show propaganda news about kashmir..... Here in kashmir 40 security personnel got killed and the result of that highway got blocked for civilian moment, on the other hand 74 police men got killed in chattisgarh, and what the government do their?

  • Sameer S.
    01/05/2019 20:12

    RIP to the martyrs.

  • Tanmoy B.
    29/04/2019 15:39

    Naxals motherchod

  • Muhammad M.
    28/04/2019 14:52

    Bjp ka worker mara ho to ek kutta mara gaya samjha jayga or isse se zyada kuch nahi good job

  • Mandeep K.
    28/04/2019 02:18

    State Sponsored Terrorism: "The use of terrorist organizations as proxies in armed conflicts between state actors became more attractive in the mid-20th century as a result of post World War II developments like the increasing costs of traditional warfare and the risk of nuclear war. Speaking about the effect of nuclear capability on traditional military conflict KGBagent Alexander Sakharovsky said that "In today's world, when nuclear arms have made military force obsolete, terrorism should become our main weapon." Though state-sponsored terrorism persists in the post-9/11 era, some scholars have argued that it has become less significant in the age of global jihadism. On the other hand, Daniel Byman believes its importance has increased. Organizations like Hamas, Hezbollah and Palestinian Islamic Jihad are heavily dependent on state support. According to the US Counter-Terrorism Coordinator's Office this support can include "funds, weapons, materials and the secure areas" that organizations use for "planning and conducting operations". The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law notes that international legal institutions currently lack a mechanism to prosecute terrorist leaders who "instruct, support or succour" terrorism. At the conclusion of the Lockerbie trial, some commentators continued to harbor doubts about the legitimacy of the only conviction secured during the trial, and thus also about Libya's involvement. The domestic trial proved to be insufficient to identify those who had given the instructions."

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    27/04/2019 17:05


  • Gajala A.
    26/04/2019 16:47

    kaha hai patrakar

  • Ázahar Á.
    24/04/2019 19:03

    Raajneeti me Kuch bhi ho sakta hai

  • Rone I.
    24/04/2019 09:39

    Thank for this news make vanished all the open Terrorist party of India.

  • Yogesh Y.
    24/04/2019 07:02

    Because of congress

  • Syed S.
    24/04/2019 03:57

    Choor bjp

  • DarghaIqbal D.
    21/04/2019 16:16

    Jai Hind

  • Hitesh R.
    20/04/2019 16:20


  • Dev P.
    20/04/2019 11:13

    बाते करोडो की... दुकान पकोडो कि... संगत भगोडो की....

  • Argha D.
    19/04/2019 14:23

    Ban Communism

  • Vivekananda N.
    18/04/2019 18:40

    Why AFSPA is not enforced in state like this? Is it applicable for only North East and J&K? 🤔🤔🤔

  • Brut India
    18/04/2019 13:32

    Two Naxals allegedly linked to the attack on a BJP candidate have been killed:

  • Syed M.
    14/04/2019 05:23

    Inside job done by bjp for election to get sympathy just as they done in 2000 by setting fire to the train to blame the Muslims to get votes

  • Aby A.
    13/04/2019 16:42

    does India have an intelligence wing?

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