‘Anti-national elements’ tied to 398 violent attacks in ’20 | India News

NEW DELHI: ‘Anti-national elements’ were responsible for 398 violent attacks in 2020, of which 240 were triggered by Left-wing extremists, 76 by jihadi terrorists, 45 by northeast insurgents and 37 by ‘other terrorists’, says the NCRB’s 2020 report. According to the section dealing with ‘crimes by anti-national elements’ in the report on ‘Crime in India’, 80 civilians and 73 security personnel were killed in confrontations/attacks by anti-nationals in 2020, while 55 Maoists, 82 jihadi terrorists and 37 other terrorists were also killed.
As many as 91 cases were registered last year in connection with attacks by jihadi terrorists, mostly in Jammu & Kashmir. This marks a 35% rise over cases registered in 2019. Of these, 70 attacks were on police stations or security camps, and 6 on other establishments. Jihadi terrorists killed 11 civilians and 14 security forces personnel, including 2 from the police, five from Central para-military forces, 6 from the Army and one special police officer (SPO). Of the 387 crimes committed by them, 356 were in J&K.
Jihadi terrorists also managed to injure 32 civilians and 22 security force personnel. However, counter-terror forces ensured that 82 jihadi terrorists were killed, even as 17 others were arrested. As for Left-wing extremists, a total 441 cases were registered relating to 240 attacks triggered by them in 2020, including 119 on police stations and camps. They killed 61 civilians and 37 security personnel. Left wing extremists too suffered 55 fatalities, of which 9 were women cadres. A whopping 554 Maoists were arrested while 327 surrendered.
Northeast insurgents triggered 45 attacks during 2020 (down from 110 in 2019), killing three security personnel . At least 46 insurgents were arrested.

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