All she had dreamed was to leave behind her Maoist life filled with violence and start afresh. From a life of violence she was forced in to a bright future through studies.
But this is not how the left and especially, the maoists work. Sanjeeta Kumari’s dream of a bright future was shattered this week after Maoist insurgents killed her for allegedly spying on behalf of the police. Her blood-stained body was found near the hills of Gumla in Jharkhand on Thursday.
Sanjeeta Kumari, also known as Guddi, was lured by the maoists when she was only 11 years old. Her neighbor lured her and transformed her from a cook to a gun totting killer. She worked with the maoists for each years before she decided to choose her life for herself, instead of foolishly fighting the country as leftists do. (The left is very good at luring people. The recent case of Kanhaiya comes to mind)
To escape from the maoists, Sanjeeta ran away and hid in Gumla. There, she rented a house and joined a local school. However, she continued getting threat messages from the maoists asking her to join back or face action.
Recently, she decided to go home to see how her parents and her siblings were. They lived in the maoist infested village of Sibil. There, she was abducted by Maoists who killed her and left a note saying that she was killed for not mending her ways despite several warnings.
The worst part is that the police personnel there could not even go and retrieve the bodies and had to send the locals instead to do the same. “She was not our spy, and do we not know of any Maoist related case against her name so far,” said Gumla police superintendent Bhimsen Tuti.
Guddi (Sanjeeta) said she was lured into the group by her neighbour Savita Didi, who was a Maoist leader. Guddi served as a cook for a year before undergoing arms training and became an expert at handling Insas rifles and carbines.
Once fighting the forces in the Latehar jungles, a bullet pierced through her foot. “With the injured foot, I ran and walked for four days and nights till we reached a safer place,” she said.
She fell in love with zonal commander Kanchan and wanted to marry him but he died from police bullets in an encounter.
Guddi also said Maoist commanders regularly exploit women sexually but it was often projected as consensual sex. “Abortions are a routine affair as female commanders cannot become mothers,” she had said.
“When I had left the camp in April, there were 23 minor girls in zonal commander Nakulji’s camp, few of them were as young as 10 years.”
Personal note: Youth of India, this is what left is. This is what it does to your country and it’s people once it gets a strong footing in any region. There is no democracy. There is constant abuse and UTTER poverty. Don’t make such heroes who will tomorrow rape your daughters and kill your sons.