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Amit Shah cuts short campaign after Chhattisgarh's Maoists attack; returns delhi
Amit Shah cuts short campaign after Chhattisgarh's Maoists attack; returns delhi

Union Home Minister Amit Shah's campaign was scheduled on the last day for the final phase of the Assam Assembly elections. Now, news has come out that Amit Shah has cut short his campaign and returned to the national capital in view of Chhattisgarh's Bijapur Naxal attack. 

Jitendra Singh on Sunday while speaking to ANI, said, "Union Home Minister Amit Shah has cut short his poll campaign in Assam and is returning to Delhi in view of Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh. He is returning after addressing one out of three rallies he was supposed to address." Earlier Shah was scheduled to address three public rallies in Assam today but after the Naxal attack happened for subsequently 10 days an encounter was planned. At least 22 security personal have lost their lives in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur Naxal attack on Saturday.

Talking about the Chhattisgarh Naxal attack, Bijapur Superintendent of Police, Kamalochan Kashyap said "22 security personnel have lost their lives in the Naxal attack at Sukma-Bijapur in Chhattisgarh." 16 out of 31 who sustained injuries in the encounter are from CRPF.

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