Patrolling party of forces in Jungle

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3 'PLFI' Naxals Including 1 Minor Arrested In Jharkhand

A minor boy and two other Naxals belonging to the banned People's Liberation Front of India (PLFI) was arrested in Khunti Jharkhand, confirmed police on January 17. Reportedly, the police arrested them in Rangrodi village. As per police, two adult Naxals Vishram Kongadi & Kulen Kongadi were wanted in several criminal cases. Cartridges, PLFI leaflets and donation receipts, mobile phones and a motorcycle were seized from their possession.… read-more

Mon, 17 Jan 2022 - 11:56 AM / by Basharat Rashid

Tags: National, Police, Jharkhand Police, arrest, Naxal Violence

Naxals with arms in Jharkhand

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Naxal Maoist Ramesh Ganju Arrested In Jharkhand

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.

Fri, 20 Aug 2021 - 04:28 PM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: Naxal Violence, Maoists, CRPF, Jharkhand Police

Courtesy: Times Now

Government School

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Schools Reopen In Naxal-Dominated Tribal Villages: Chhattisgarh

Many Chhattisgarh districts are dominated by Naxals which makes it difficult for the government to make developments. However, on August 14, after 16 years of fight and struggle, 116 schools reopened in the Naxal-dominated area of the Bijapur district providing education to 2,800 children. "Many schools were destroyed by Naxals in last 15-16 years. The children from Pedda Jojer can get an education now," District Collector said.

Sun, 15 Aug 2021 - 08:15 PM / by Prateek Chakradhar

Tags: Naxal Violence, Chhatisgarh, government schools, District Collector

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

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Chhattisgarh Security Forces Kill Maoist Having Rs 5 Lakh Bounty On Him

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. 

Tue, 20 Apr 2021 - 02:13 PM / by Neha Sanjeev

Tags: Naxal, Maoists, Dantewada, Naxal Violence

Courtesy: News18

Madvi Hidma, leader of People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) Battalion-1

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NIA Declares Rs 7 Lakh Bounty On Wanted Maoist Leader Madvi Hidma

The NIA has announced Rs seven lakh prize money on wanted Madvi Hidma, leader of People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) battalion-1. While the reward on Madvi was announced for a 2019 murder case of Chhattisgarh legislator Bhima Mandavi, Madvi also orchestrated the Sukma-Bijapur border attack on April 3, which killed 22 security personnel. Leader of around 180-250 maoists, Madvi is youngest member of CPI (Maoists) supreme 21-membered ‘… read-more

Sun, 18 Apr 2021 - 05:50 PM / by Neha Sanjeev

Tags: Naxal Violence, Maoist commander, naxal attack, NIA

Courtesy: India Today


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5 Jawans Killed, 20 Injured In Encounter In Chhattisgarh's Bijapur

In an anti-Naxal operation on April 3, five security personnel were killed while 20 got injured in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur. In the retaliatory fire, the security forces killed three Naxals including a woman. Reportedly, the Naxals opened fire on a joint party, comprising 400 personnel of the STF, DRG, CRPF and COBRA, in Silger forest of Tarem. Following the encounter, nine ambulances and two Mi-17 helicopters were sent for help.

Sat, 03 Apr 2021 - 08:25 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Naxal, Naxal Violence, Chhattisgarh, chhattisgarh naksali attack

Courtesy: India Today

Representational photo: Left wing extremists.

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Naxal Activities Drop By 47% As 23 More Districts Become LWE Free: Govt

The Centre on February 9 said that the Left-wing extremism has declined by 47% in the last five years as compared to the figures of 2009-2014. The government stated that number of districts affected by Naxalism has also dropped from 76 (2013) to 53 in 2020. Moreover, LWE incidents have declined by 70%, from 2,258 (2009) to 665 in 2020. Minister G Kishan Reddy attributed the geographical shrinkage to the government’s multi-pronged LWE counter… read-more

Thu, 11 Feb 2021 - 12:36 PM / by Harsh Vardhan

Tags: rajya sabha, G Kishan Reddy, Left Wing Extremism, Naxal Violence

Courtesy: The Times of India