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They said the Maoists surrounded the police team from both sides and fired indiscriminately near Takabada village under Tongpal police station of Sukma The firing lasted less than 15 minutes and the rebels managed to loot heavy ammunition from the dead including six AK-47s some of which were fitted with Under Barrel Grenade Launchers 18 magazines of the same rifle one LMG with 10 magazines nine INSAS rifles with 30 magazines two SLRs with six magazines and two wireless sets The ambush took place barely 10 km south of the spot where the Maoists had attacked a Congress convoy last May and killed 27 people including PCC chief Nand Kumar Patel and former minister Mahendra Karma Days after that attack the CRPF had set up a major camp at the spot Police said three injured personnel had been shifted to Raipur and two of them were critical “We knew about it A road was being constructed there and we knew that Maoists had assembled to attack the security forces deployed to ensure construction We had been sending several alerts in this regard We were alert local police was alert This morning the CRPF’s company commander discussed it with the police They decided to go into the jungle but unfortunately they were caught” ADG (Intelligence) Mukesh Gupta told The Indian Express “It was our bold courageous step to go in their pursuit But the terrain and the dominant position it gives you has a great role to play If someone has a good weapon and holds a dominant position he can wipe out an entire company” The intelligence department it is learnt sent at least six inputs from March 5 to March 9 about Maoists assembling in the area and the possibility of an attack A March 6 alert mentioned the presence of noted Maoist Gaganna in the area and said “these Maoists can attack a police party deployed in the security of road construction” A March 9 alert also mentioned the heavy presence of Maoists and said “they can launch a planed attack on security forces deployed for the protection of road construction” “Inspector Subhash of CRPF was leading a team of around 40 security personnel He was also killed We suspect that the Maoists have escaped towards Orissa border We have launched STF operations to trace them” DIG (Intel) Dipanshu Kabra said Some experts claimed the security team did not follow standard operating procedure It was a road-opening patrol but the forces did not take a sideways route through the forests as advised in such situations Instead they marched on the road and were targeted they said The spot has a hill on one side and a ditch on the other The Maoists took positions on the hill and in the ditch making it difficult for the forces to retaliate “The leader of the ROP did not follow the standard procedure and that caused the attack It’s a major negligence that they keep repeating” said former BSF DGP E N Rammohan who led the one-member commission to probe the Tadmetla ambush of April 2010 in which 75 CRPF personnel were killed Chhattisgarh’s leader of opposition T S Sinhadev demanded Chief Minister Raman Singh’s resignation “If he has even the slightest of morality left in him he should resign It’s not a lapse it’s sheer incompetence This administration has been rendered completely incapable of tackling the issue The administration has everything at its disposal still it’s unable to provide security even to those who are assigned to ensure the security of others” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 16 2017 12:04 am This drift was accelerated by the new Indian emphasis on economic self-reliance and a deliberate disconnection from the global markets in the immediate aftermath of Independence Related News Seven decades after Independence transcending the tragedy of Partition remains the single biggest national challenge for India The structural religious tension engendered by Partition has been aggravated by the unending conflict between India and Pakistan the successor states of the undivided Subcontinent Few had expected the conflict to last so long Nor did the second partition in 1971 that seemed to decisively shift the balance of power in favour of India create the conditions for enduring peace In fact the vivisection of Pakistan in 1971 set the stage for the politics of revenge in Rawalpindi the headquarters of the Pakistan army It acquired nuclear weapons to restore a measure of balance with India As nuclear weapons gave it a credible assurance that Delhi will no longer be able to embark on a major military adventure Rawalpindi saw a new opportunity for permanent destabilisation of India through low intensity conflict Three decades and more of cross-border terror has not forced India to yield but only help congeal the conflict Despite the on-again off-again peace process of the last few decades there is no hope of any early resolution of any issues involved Pessimists have begun branding the India-Pakistan conflict as a “Hundred Years War” Extremists may say it might be too optimistic to expect India and Pakistan will find peace in the next 30 years The messy consequences of dividing the Subcontinent — included the hurried drawing of boundaries between India and Pakistan in the Punjab and Bengal by the departing colonial power the complex inheritance in the state of Jammu and Kashmir and the steady militarisation of these borders — were not going to be easily overcome under any circumstances But coping with the division was made a lot more difficult by one factor that is not usually discussed in relation to the Partition of the Subcontinent — economics It was by no means pre-ordained that the political division of the Subcontinent should be followed by economic partition The political division did not demand that the new states should stop trade and commerce between them or shut down their frontiers or limit people to people contact In fact the borders remained relatively open in the first two decades after Independence The 1965 war followed by the 1971 conflict saw the closing of post Partition frontiers and with it the sundering of coherent economic spaces like the Punjab and Bengal This drift was accelerated by the new Indian emphasis on economic self-reliance and a deliberate disconnection from the global markets in the immediate aftermath of Independence The grand strategy of “socialism in one country” whatever its ideological sources and economic merits did not at all understand the long-term consequences of that policy for the natural economic interdependence of the state system in the Subcontinent Not all frontiers shut down like those between India and Pakistan Some remained open as in the case of Nepal and Bhutan but India’s deepening protectionism and the perception of neighbours as aliens made it harder to sustain the regional interdependencies The great regional junctions and trading centres like Lahore and Amritsar turned into terminals at closed frontiers India and Pakistan made it ever harder for movement of goods and people between the two countries Entrepts like Calcutta steadily began to lose their centrality in the vast hinterland in the eastern Subcontinent and beyond Economic partition of the subcontinent made regions like the Northeast “land locked” India’s smaller neighbours tried different ways to cope with India’s deregionalisation Sri Lanka in the late 1970s turned to the ASEAN and the West Businessmen in Nepal sought arbitrage between the tariff levels of Delhi and Kathmandu The political liberation of Bangladesh in 1971 had little economic consequence thanks to shared commitment to state socialism between Congress and the Awami League When Dhaka tried to promote regionalism and SAARC in the 1980s Delhi viewed the initiative with great suspicion It was only after 1991 that India put regionalism back on the policy radar India’s new commercial interest in the neighbourhood was very much a consequence of the turn towards globalisation But it has not been easy to translate India’s new commitment to regional economic integration into effective policies Internally the resistance to regionalism in India’s economic ministries remains strong If India has belatedly returned to regionalism the Subcontinent was not ready to celebrate and embrace Delhi For much water had flown down the Indus and the Ganges Pakistan is just not interested in putting economic cooperation as priority in bilateral relations Worse still it is determined to block India’s effort to promote regionalism under the SAARC banner In smaller countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka the politicisation of economic cooperation with India means knee jerk opposition to all projects involving India The smaller neighbours had also long discovered the joys of non-alignment and “strategic autonomy” from India now find an economically powerful and outward-oriented China as a valuable partner While economic geography might still favour India China operates with larger financial resources and greater purposefulness Overcoming the economic partition of the Subcontinent has become at once urgent and more difficult to achieve Yet the problem is not about the lack of ideas or resources It is about mobilising all of Delhi’s political will to force the pace and raise the intensity of India’s regional economic engagement Delhi’s decisions to look beyond SAARC modernise border infrastructure promote connectivity open up its markets are all important steps forward The challenge now is to get a few specific projects off the ground to demonstrate India’s new credibility as a champion of South Asian regionalism The writer is director Carnegie India Delhi and contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ on foreign affairs For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 25 2014 11:02 am We recommend that you start your day by reading these five special Express stories Related News We recommend that you start your day by reading these five special Express stories 1 Assam attack Nilima Baskey lost her mother and three siblings Eighteen-year-old Nilima Baskey was picking up the clothes put out for drying when she heard gunshots in her neighbour’s house Even as she tried to find out what was happening she saw at least seven uniformed men walk into the courtyard of her house opening fire in all directions READ: Assam killings: ‘I saw my two sisters brother killed… I ran into the jungle’ 2 26/11 attacks Media outside the Taj Hotel in Mumbai (Source: Express file) It’s the morning after 26/11 Seventeen police officers are dead and TV networks are announcing that Mumbai has been taken over by terrorists READ: Stop telecast… if it continues our operation won’t end: Callers to PCR 3 How Jharkhand J&K voted Raghubar Das with supporters in Ranchi on Wednesday after BJP parliamentary board decided to name him as the next Jharkhand CM (Source: Express photo) To stitch a coalition and form a government in Jammu and Kashmir which is staring at a fractured mandate is a difficult proposition for the Peoples Democratic Party the largest group in the assembly which has lapsed into silence aware it has to take a decision where all “the options available have adverse politically implications” READ: J&K | BJP tie-up scenario divides PDP Omar says ‘we have much more in common’ READ:Its opponents divided BJP sneaks through the gap in Jharkhand 4 OPINION Good Governance Day” brings a sense of farce and foreboding It is a farce because it smacks more of a Hallmark marketing gimmick than serious governance Parliament was stalled because the government abdicated moral leadership And there isn’t yet a single major governance reform that excites enthusiasm READ: What Atal Bihari Vajpayee would do 5 Sports If you think of all that’s already happened in this Test series so far it’s difficult to not picture Virat Kohli in almost each frame In some he’s putting on a batting masterclass of the quality you equate with greatness READ: India vs Australia: Love-two yet hope too For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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