BSF DG Reviews Anti-Maoist Operations

The BSF would further intensify anti-Maoist operation in this part of the State in the wake of recovery of arms and ammunitions from forest areas.This was informed by BSF DG Subash Joshi who reviewed the BSF activities in the Maoist affected Koraput and Malkangiri districts on Thursday.

Published: 06th December 2013 08:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2013 08:58 AM   |  A+A-

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The BSF would further intensify anti-Maoist operation in this part of the State in the wake of recovery of arms and ammunitions from forest areas.This was informed by BSF DG Subash Joshi who reviewed the BSF activities in the Maoist affected Koraput and Malkangiri districts on Thursday.

The DG held discussion with the local officials and took stock of the situation.

Joshi flew in from New Delhi to the BSF office at Badapada situated in the cut-off region of Malkangiri and interacted with the security forces besides Malkangiri SP Akhlieswar Singh regarding the challenges faced by them in tackling the ultras. Prior to that, he reviewed anti-Maoist operation in Koraput’s Narayanpatana, Bandhugaon, Boipariguda and Ramgiri areas.

The DG asked the security forces to be more careful during combing operations and lauded the role of the elite forces in containing Maoists from spreading their tentacles in the districts. Joshi’s visit is considered important in the wake of PLGA Week being observed by the ultras.

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