Sukma: Two Naxals killed in gunbattle


"The experience occurred early at the beginning of today in the thick woods of Fulbadgi Police Station territory while a joint group of security powers was out on an against—Maoist operation," Sukma Superintendent of Police Indira Kalyan Elesela told.

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Composite squad of District Reserve Group (DRG), Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) and nearby police had dispatched the operation in the insides of Fulbagdi, situated around 450 kms far from here, in view of particular data sources, he said.

 Around 8 kms far from the police headquarters, a trade of flame broke out between both the sides after ultras opened flame on security compels, the SP said, including, revolts soon figured out how to escape the spot taking the front of thick woodland.

 "Amid inquiry of the zone, assemblages of two male Maoists, next to a gag stacking firearm and one 315 bore weapon were recouped from the spot," he included. The personality of the ultras will be found out once the watch gathering will come back to its camp, the SP said.

Recently, three Naxals, including two in-your-face officer rank units, were gunned around security strengths at isolated spots in Bastar division. With Tuesday's experience, the quantity of Maoists having been killed in particular experiences in Bastar this year has come to 99.

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