The NDFP earlier blamed state forces of sabotaging
the peace talks after the Makilala encounter, while the military said it was an isolated incident.
Xinhua quoted the rules as saying that criminals whose attempts cause information block of early warnings related to any disaster, rescue or others public security concerns, could be convicted to three to seven years of imprisonment on the charge of 'sabotaging
TV and radio broadcast facilities'.
Citizens are also heading for dialogue with the group of objectors to convince them to stop sabotaging
and unify efforts for peaceful demands.
Maoist rebels are suspected of sabotaging
a high-speed train in eastern India killing at least 65 people after it smashed into the path of a goods train.
The two Malays and a Chinese national from Hong Kong were allegedly caught in the act of sabotaging
floodlights at London's Charlton Athletic stadium.
Maintenance employees can become key figures in sabotaging
locks, installing remote radio-controlled devices which can be used to commit sabotage during strikes, and damaging sources of electricity and water as a means of disrupting operations.
'I am not sure who is sabotaging
(the search), to my knowledge, the police are not involved in this (sabotage).
In a Saturday statement, the ministry said that the cells included an overall number of 40 suspects who are accused of "targeting electricity towers and transformers, assaulting security and judiciary personnel, and sabotaging