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Chhattisgarh: 6 out of 8 naxalites killed in encounter were most wanted, reward was Rs 48 lakh

Nita Yadav

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8 naxalites were killed in the encounter

Certain districts of Chhattisgarh are known as Naxal affected areas, due to which the countrymen, tribals and rural people are always in fear, but the police has launched an anti-Naxal campaign in these areas, this Saturday i.e. 15th June. , 8 Naxalites were killed, 6 of whom were senior rank cadres. There was a reward of 48 lakh rupees on these Naxalites.

An encounter took place between security forces and Naxalites in a forest near Kutul-Farasbeda and Kodmeta villages in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district, in which 8 Naxalites were killed. Police said six of these Naxalites were senior rank cadres belonging to People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) Military Company No. 1 and Mad Division Supply Team. A reward of around 48 lakh rupees was placed on all these Naxalites.

For the first time in 40 years, people were free from fear

Bastar Range Inspector General of Police Sundarraj PA held a press conference on Sunday, in which he said that this was the second major success of the Narayanpur Police’s ‘Maad Bachao Abhiyan’ (anti-Naxal campaign) within a week and the fourth major success in 45. There are days. He further said that the people of Abujahamd in Narayanpur district were suffering from Naxal violence for 40 years, but after this campaign people are considering these areas as Naxal free. Talking about the Naxalites who were killed in the encounter between the security forces and the Naxalites, he said that out of these six Naxalites of senior rank cadre were active in various positions in Maoist’s PLGA Company No. 1. Among these Naxalites, Vargesh, Mamta, Samira, Kosi and Moti are not known and they said that There was a reward of Rs 8 lakh each, although 2 other people have been killed in this encounter but have not been identified.

‘Maad Bachao Abhiyan’ has started from June 12

The IG said the police received information that Naxalites were present in Kutul, Farsabeda, Kodameta and Adingpar villages of Narayanpur district, following which security forces launched an operation under ‘Operation Maad Bachao’ late on June 12. He said that personnel of the District Reserve Guard and Special Task Force (STF) of the state police as well as the 53rd Battalion of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and the 135th Battalion of the Border Security Force took part in the operation. He said that women commandos also played an important role. During the operation, the police gradually started their deployment in these areas, after which at 7 am on June 15, they started firing on security personnel in the forest near Kutul-Farsabeda and Kodameta villages. After which 8 Naxalites were killed, however, due to the jungle area, other Naxalites were able to hide and escape, although it is estimated from blood stains found at the scene that more Naxalites may have been injured or killed.

Mile rifle, barrel grenade launcher, explosives

During the search of the area, the police recovered one Insas rifle, two 303 rifles, three 315 bore rifles, a barrel grenade launcher and a large quantity of explosives, drugs and other items. 27-year-old STF constable Nitesh Ekka was martyred in the encounter and 28-year-old Lekhram Netam and 33-year-old Kailash Netam were injured and admitted to a hospital in Raipur. Chief Minister Vishnu Dev Sai, Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Sharma and many others paid tributes to the constable who was martyred in the incident in Raipur, after which his body was flown by helicopter to his home district Jashpur and his last rites were performed. the evening So far, 131 bodies of Naxalites have been recovered from Kanker, Kondagaon, Narayanpur, Bastar, Bijapur, Dantewada and Sukma districts of Bastar division in this operation.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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