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A Great Success 6 Naxals Killed in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur


March 27, Bijapur, Chhattisgarh, India: Up to six naxals are said to have died in a clash with security personnel on Wednesday in the Chhattisgarh region of Bijapur, according to a senior police official.
Six naxal bodies—including one female—were found following a gunfight in the forest close to the Chikurbatti-Pusbhaka jungle in the Bijapur district, according to IG Bastar P Sundarraj.

According to Bastar Range Inspector Sundarraj, the event happened in the Chikurbatti neighborhood, under the Basaguda police station, close to the Talperu River.
The IG asserted that the combat with the rebels of PLGA’s platoon-10 near the Talperu River involved a combined team from the CRPF’s special COBRA unit, the CRPF’s 229th battalion, and DRG. The security staff also discovered the bones of six naxals who were killed during the search.
The officer revealed that one of the six naxals that had perished was a female cadre.

The officer said that the team’s search turned up guns and ammo in addition to other common items.
Even though the search is still ongoing, more information is still anticipated, according to IG Sundarraj.
The Basaguda police station is in charge of the region.
They added that the operation involved units from the Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (COBRA), the Basaguda District Reserve Guard, and CRPF 229.
The district superintendent of police said that on March 23, an IED (improvised explosive device) explosion occurred in the Naxal stronghold of Dantewada, injuring two jawans.
The Dantewada SP claims that the explosion happened on Saturday during an anti-Naxal operation close to the Kirandul police station.

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This article is originally published by ANI News

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