Naxalites killed Congress worker by entering the marriage ceremony

Bijapur: A big news is coming out from Chhattisgarh, in which it is being told that Maoists shot and killed a Congress worker in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. The workers had come to attend a wedding program in a village. He is also the sarpanch husband of Aadavali village.

The same Congress worker Ghanshyam had come to attend the wedding in the village of Tadmer Kutru police station area. At the same time more than 6 Maoists came posing as villagers and shot him. After killing the Naxalites fled to the forest. The incident caused a stampede in the program. It is being said that the sarpanch husband has been murdered on the suspicion of an informer. Police reached the spot on Tahrir. SDOP Abhinav Upadhyay said that the matter is being investigated.

On Wednesday, in the Rajya Sabha, information was given about the decline in Maoist insurgency violence. He had told that due to the policies of the Modi government, the geographical impact of Maoists was limited to 46 cities in the country in 2021, which is very less as compared to 96 cities in 10 states in 2010. Left Wing Extremism violence has reduced by 70 percent to 509 in 2021 as compared to 2018 and 2019. Due to which there has been a huge reduction in the death toll in 2021 as compared to 1,005 in 2010. On Thursday, Naxalites killed Congress workers in Bijapur.

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