Naxalites landmine blast makes life hell

At the same time, Mangleshwar Nagesia of Gumla also died in the land mine explosion.

11th February, 2020

In the name of saving water, forest, and land in Jharkhand, the Khuranji Naxalite campaign of changing the system has been in the making of the idiom in recent times. In the remote rural areas of Gumla, Lohardaga, Latehar, and Chatra, many people died due to the explosion of land mines laid by them in forest-based areas. At the same time, many lost their feet and many lost their hands.


It is enough to tell the suffering of the victims, who have been destroyed by this barbaric, brutal and cowardly act, that they are allegedly trying to shine their public concern by giving the blessing of the community, they are sheer of any lies. not less than.

The lives of people hurt by their actions have become hellish. At the same time, if there is no arrangement or policy of applying ointment on his wound from the government, then it becomes very tragic. Here is a special report on Prabhat Khabar with some of the latest happenings.

The landmine blast of Naxalites made the life of villagers hell. Villagers going to the forest to pick wood and graze cattle are losing their lives. On February 7, six-year-old girl Sonam, who went to pick up wood with her mother in Muravai Kala Jungle of Barwadih in Latehar, got seriously injured after being hit by a bomb.

At the same time, Mangleshwar Nagesia of Gumla also died in the land mine explosion. Wife Sugin Nagesia and son Puneet Nagesia were also injured.

On 13 December 2019, many people of Parahia caste of primitive tribal society, who went to choose bamboo in Bulbul forest of Lohardaga and Latehar border, were hit by ID blast. In this, Etwa Oraon, resident of Ghaghri village of Latehar police station area, was killed. At the same time, Suraj was also injured.

Mo Mazhar alias Shahzad, a resident of Charaka Kala village in Pratappur police station area of ​​Chatra, was also injured in the land mine explosion. Mangal's family did not get compensation, after the death of Mangal Nageshia of daughter Gumla, she did not go to school, only 50 kg of rice was given by the administration in the name of helping the suffering family.

Not even 20 thousand rupees were received from the Zonal Office for the funeral. Siri Nigeria, a relative of the deceased Mangaleshwar, said that after the incident, the expenses of the injured wife Sugin and daughter Puneet from Mangleshwar to the funeral were borne by the people and relatives of the village.

The victim's family is still living in some situation, the administration did not even try to know. The deceased Mangleshwar has three daughters and a son. Mangaleshwar married a daughter. Two daughters quit school due to financial constraints.

Gumla: Mazhar has lost both legs and lives in trust with the other
Mo Mazhar alias Shahzad, a resident of Charaka Kala village in Pratappur police station area of ​​the district injured in the land mine explosion, is living life on the basis of another today. Shahzad used to work as SPO. On 13 March 2014, the landmine was blasted while defusing it. In this, Mazhar's right leg and eye were damaged.

He was treated at Apollo. Apart from this, he did not get any help. Shahzad said that it is becoming difficult to live with his wife and three children. I am completely dependent on my brothers. I am unable to get eye treatment due to lack of money.

Mazhar has lost both legs and lives in trust with the other
Mo Mazhar alias Shahzad, a resident of Charaka Kala village in Pratappur police station area of ​​the district injured in the land mine explosion, is living life on the basis of another today. Shahzad used to work as SPO. On 13 March 2014, the landmine was blasted while defusing it. In this, Mazhar's right leg and eye were damaged.

He was treated at Apollo. Apart from this, he did not get any help. Shahzad said that it is becoming difficult to live with his wife and three children. I am completely dependent on my brothers. I am unable to get eye treatment due to lack of money.

Chatra: After the death of husband Etwa Pariah, Jagati went to earn money with children
After the death of Ethan Oraon, resident of Ghaghri village, no special help has been provided by the district administration so far. Etwa was the largest and earning member of his household. Father Jagdev Pariah told that after Etwa's death the police had come to the house and had given two thousand rupees and a bag of rice to the old man.

Etwas wife Jagati Parhin has gone out to work with her four children. The house is also closed since the incident. Prime Minister's residence was found two years ago in the name of government help, which has not been completed till date. Suraj was also injured in the ID blast incident. In the name of treatment expenses, his father Mohan Pariah was given 30 thousand rupees.

Latehar: Provision for giving job and one lakh compensation to a dependent
If a policeman or a civilian dies in a landmine blast of Naxalites, it is considered Naxal violence. In this, there is a provision to provide compensation and job to the victim's family.
There is a provision to give a job and one lakh rupees compensation to a dependent of the deceased. At the same time, the injured person gets compensation after medical checkup given his injured condition. The maximum amount of compensation for the injured is fixed at 50 thousand rupees.

Category: Crime

#Jharkhand
#Ranchi
#Gumla
#naxali
#Chatra
#Mine

Reported by:
Ashish Kumar