Commie guerrillas slaughter Indian police in jungle ambush

Did you know that there was a four-decade long Maoist insurgency in India? From the London Times:

Maoist rebels killed at least 75 paramilitary police in a jungle ambush in central India yesterday in their bloodiest attack on security forces since their uprising began more than four decades ago.

Up to 700 Maoists took part in the dawn attack on 82 members of the Central Reserve Police Force patrolling forests in the central state of Chhattisgarh. The rebels, known as Naxalites, used automatic weapons and landmines to attack the patrol, and surrounded reinforcements who rushed to the scene in the Bastar region—home to India’s largest iron ore mining company.

It never ends. Marx, Engels, and Lenin are still working their maleficent influence on mankind from beyond the grave.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 07, 2010 12:07 AM | Send

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