The Andhra Pradesh police found a huge dump of Maoists at Jakkam in Pedabayalu Mandal of Alluri Sitarama Raju district, on September 8. As per SP Satish Kumar, the dump seized in a joint operation by police and CRPF include old rupee coins, detonators, wireless sets, modern scanners, and gunpowder were found in this dump. The … read-more
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The Jharkhand police arrested nine Maoists, who were allegedly involved in the attack on former Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MLA Gurucharan Nayak. The Maoists are arrested with arms and ammunition from West Singhbhum district, reported a senior police officer. Notably, Nayak had escaped a Maoist attack on January 4, 2022, but, the Naxals slit the throats of two policemen in Jheelruwa village and escaped with their AK-47 rifles.
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Acting on a tip-off, Telangana and Chhattisgarh police killed six Maoists in an encounter at the South Bastar area under Sukma District, on December 27. The area falls on the Telangana-Chhattisgarh border area. It was a joint operation of both state police and took place between 6:30 am and 7:00 am, according to the Bhadradri Kothaguen district police. Reportedly, six bodies and weapons have been recovered.
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Maharashtra police authorities on November 14 confirmed top fugitive Maoist Milind Baburao Teltumbde among 26 others killed in an encounter in Gadchiroli district on November 13. Hailing from Rajur village Milind carried a bounty of Rs 50 lakh on his head. He's reported to have been instrumental in the growth of the outlawed movement in Maharashtra. Reportedly, six women maoist were also killed in a gunfight near the Chattisgarh border.
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About 11 Maoists from the Sukma district surrendered to the police troops, on September 29, after 24 Maoists surrendered from the same district on September 27. As per government reports, the 11 Maoists were working as lower-level cadres and had warrants out for their arrest. As part of the government's surrender and rehabilitation program, police stated the Maoists will be given immediate aid and will be offered amenities.
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Security Forces and Jharkhand Police during a joint operation on the evening of August 19 captured one of the most notorious and wanted Naxal Maoist Ramesh Ganju. Ganju is responsible for killing at least 30 police officers in the last 30 years. Nearly 45 cases have been registered in the states of Bihar and Jharkhand in the past years with a reward of Rs 15 lakh on his head.
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The continued efforts of the government to counter the Naxalisit in Bihar have resulted in good news. In the latest development, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has declared six out of 16 Naxal-affected districts in Bihar as Naxal-free. The districts include; Muzaffarpur, Vaishali, Jehanabad, Nalanda, Arwal, and East Champaran. Earlier, the MoHA had declared seven districts as Naxal-free. By doing this, the govt can further save security-… read-more
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The Chhattisgarh Police's District Reserve Guard wing on April 20 killed a Naxal in an encounter in Dantewada. A 9-mm pistol, three kg IED, backpacks and a muzzle-loading gun have also been recovered from the encounter site. Identified as Kosa, the Maoist "military intelligence in charge" had a Rs 5 lakh bounty on him. Reportedly, he was the mastermind behind at least 15 Naxal attacks.
The Director-General of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Kuldeep Singh, dismissed allegations that the encounter with the Maoists in Chhattisgarh was due to failure in intelligence. According to intelligence, a considerable amount of damage was inflicted on the Maoist group leaving more than one-third of their people dead and a few more injured. The ambushed troops were attacked by roughly 600 Maoists, injuring and killing several… read-more
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Learning from the recent martyrdom of its officers, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) notified the rescue operations for soldiers serving in Maoists-dominated areas. Creating field surgical units for evacuation of the injured CRPF has deployed bike ambulances for the tough terrains where air evacuation cannot be done. Moreover, it has also asked the local hospitals to a provision for improved medical equipments, and first aid for the… read-more
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