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John Szlazak, who landed in Mumbai in February this year, is believed to have travelled via Telangana State and reached Sukma crossing the border on a bicycle.
A Canadian citizen has “gone missing” mysteriously in the Maoist heartland of Sukma on Tuesday while the Chhattisgarh police are trying to trace his identity and whereabouts in south Bastar.
Security forces on Saturday destroyed a solar-powered printing press installed by the outlawed CPI (Maoist) on a mountain top in a remote forest of Madopara in Sukma district.
The printing unit, which was reportedly used to publish documents, statements and other publications of the banned organisation was found on a mountain top.
It is time India stops using hapless CRPF forces to battle Naxals. There are more effective ways to deal with this problem
All the four were arrested in Raipur in June 2012 but their arrests were reportedly shown from different places by the police.
The picture showed four AK-47 assault rifles, six INSAS rifles, One Light Machine Gun, one Under Barrel Grenade Launcher two wireless sets and over 1130 bullet cartridges taken away by the rebels.
Two sub-inspectors and one assistant sub-inspector were injured in an encounter that continued for over an hour.
A joint team of the district police force and the specially trained District Reserve Guards (DRG) foiled the ambush targeting the road opening party (ROP) at Gotabahi, about 300 km south of Raipur.
The Centre had sanctioned acquisition of 350 MPVs for the CRPF way back in 2010 but only 122 have been acquired so far.
What do these people want? That is the standard question asked whenever we hear about Maoists ambushing yet another bunch of paramilitary troopers in some remote area deep in the country’s hinterland.
Union home minister Rajnath Singh after paying tribute to the slain CRPF men at Raipur, reviewed the anti-Maoist operations and the ground situation at Bastar.
The Naxals also looted ten weapons and two radio sets from the killed men.
Modi expressed grief over the death of the Eleven CRPF personnel who were injured in a Maoist attack near Bhejji of Sukma district in tribal Bastar region.
It was hilarious to hear a professor of Delhi University crying hoarse that the freedom of expression in India is under threat of extinction and Narendra Modi is turning the country into Ayatollah Kho
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