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Why did young men become victims of Naxalites in Sukma encounter?
Why did young men become victims of Naxalites in Sukma encounter?

The death of 12 District Reserve Guard (DRG) fighters and 5 STF personnel was the result of a major lapse in the encounter of Naxalites and security forces in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh, India. In the greed to prove themselves and get more, these fighters went so far that the Hidma Squad, called the 'Naxalite Python', easily hunted them down.

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The CRPF 'COBRA' (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action) team and '150' battalion were also behind them, but the DRG fighters were confident that they would loot the bravery by eliminating the Naxalites on their own. In this round, he got ahead of the rest of the teams.

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Talking about this campaign, photographs of Naxal activities were also seen in the CRPF UAVs. Despite this, without any coordination, the fighters moved in exactly the same direction, as the Hidma squad wanted and lost his life by being trapped in his circle. These people were once considered very close to the Naxalites. There were many of them who have been part of the Naxal cadre in one way or the other. The government surrendered them under a policy. After returning to the mainstream, he was included in the DRG. It can also be said that the DRG was created for these people.

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