Naxalites Set Fire to Two Mobile Towers in Chhattisgarh Villages
Naxalites Set Fire to Two Mobile Towers in Chhattisgarh Villages

Raipur: Naxalites ignited flames that engulfed two mobile towers, one each in Gaurdand and Chameli villages, on Monday. These incidents occurred within the jurisdiction of the Chhotedongar Police Station in Narayanpur.

Responding to the attacks, district police and ITBP have initiated a search operation. Just days ago, on May 25, security forces engaged in an encounter with Naxalites in the forests of Jappemarka and Kamkanar in Bijapur, resulting in the demise of two insurgents.

Bijapur's Superintendent of Police, Jitendra Yadav, disclosed, "Weapons, wireless sets, Maoist uniforms, medicines, propaganda materials of the banned Maoist organization, literature, and other daily use items were discovered at the encounter site."

Earlier, in another confrontation, 29 Naxals were neutralized while three security personnel sustained injuries during an exchange of fire in Kanker, situated in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region.

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