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Maoists open fire on BSF camp, flee when troops retaliate

The firing lasted for about 15-20 minutes and the Maoists fled taking advantage of the darkness and forest. All BSF personnel in the camp are safe

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A group of Maoists on 25 April opened fire on Border Security Force (BSF) camp in Kanker district of Chhattisgarh. The took place at around 8.30 PM in Koylibeda police station area. The BSF and DRG personnel retaliated to the firing, said Sundarraj Pattilingam, Inspector General, Bastar. The firing lasted for about 15-20 minutes and the Maoists fled taking advantage of the darkness and forest. All BSF personnel in the camp are safe.

Meanwhile, in another development, an Assistant Police Sub Inspector, who was abducted by Maoists three days ago from Palnar village under Ganglur Police Station limits in Bijapur district, has been killed by them. SP Bijapur, Kamalochan Kashyap confirmed the report.

“Assistant Police Sub Inspector who was abducted by Naxals from Palnar village under Ganglur Police Station limits in Bijapur on 21 April has been killed by them,” SP Bijapur said.

Assistant Police Sub Inspector was abducted by Maoists from Palnar village on 21 April.

Earlier this month, 22 security personnel had lost their lives while 31 sustained injuries in an encounter that broke out between security forces and Naxals along the Chhattisgarh‘s Sukma-Bijapur border after a party of jawans were ambushed by Maoists near Jonnaguda village. Maoists dragged out the two from their homes and took them to a nearby forest, where their bodies were later recovered. A pamphlet recovered along with the bodies claimed the two worked as police informers and were “hence punished”. 

After killing 22 jawans in an ambush on 3 April, Maoists have murdered over seven people, including a 15-year-old boy and three cops, in less than two weeks. The toll from the April 3 gunbattle was the worst for security forces battling Maoists since 2017 when 25 jawans were killed in an attack. Seventeen personnel from a commando patrol were killed in an attack by more than 300 armed Maoists in Chhattisgarh in March last year.

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