Naxals

One caught, 8 Naxals surrender

Eight Naxalites surrender

Eight Naxalites with intention to return to mainstream has surrendered before Dornapal Subdivisional Officer Police Sanjay Dhruve while Konta police has arrested a warrantee Naxalite and sent him to jail. Dornapal SDOP Dhruve said that Kerlapal area committee members Madkam Joga, Vetty Huda, Madkam Deva, Madkam Podiya, Madkam Joga, Polyam Muiyya, Kawasi Nanda and Punam Morju had been linked with Left wing extremist organisation for long. They had stated of the hazardous life and harassment as reason for leaving the organisation.

Woman among 13 Naxals surrender in Dantewada

SP Kamlochan Kashyap and other police officials addressing the media persons while the surrendered Maoists.

Chhattisgarh police was surprised on Wednesday after in an unprecedented move 13 ultras including a woman, surrendered before the Dantewada Superintendent of Police Kamlochan Kashyap on Wednesday. Naxals Linga Ram (30), Sukman (32), Chhinnu (35), Waman, Kumari Bode alias Aayati, Somdu Tati, Tati Joga (22), Bheema Barso, Ramesh Barso, Piku Ram (19) Basu, Bheema Tati and Laxman Tati surrendered before Dantewada police on Monday.

Five hardcore, award carrying Naxals Surrenders

Naxal Surrender

Five hardcore, award carrying and warranted naxalltes surrendered before the 188 Battalion Central Reserve Police Force at Kondagaon headquarters on Wednesday. The surrendered Naxals are Massu Samal son of & tuba, 28 years, resident of village Bhongapal of Barda dalam carries Rs 15000 award, Rainu Budhram Dugga, 35 years resident of village Jhankari, Rassu Saidu Mandavi, 25 years of village Jhankari, Jagganath Mehar Dugga, 40 years also of village Jhankari, all three from Barda Dalam as members.

Seven Naxals surrender in Raipur

Surrendered Naxals

Seven hard-core naxalites, including two of deputy commander rank and carrying a reward of Rs 1 Lakh each, surrendered before the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) at the Mandir Hasaud based headquarters of its 65th battalion. All of them were actively involved in anti-national activities in Garlyaband, Mahasamund, Dhamtari districts and Bastar division. The surrendered deputy commanders Included a woman naxalite as well.

Naxals planting IEDs near Chhattisgarh polling booths

Chhattisgarh map

With Assembly elections nearing in Chhattisgarh, police have received inputs of Naxal planting Improvised Explosive booths in the Maoist-hotbed of Bastar division in a bid to disrupt the electoral process. Security forces are regularly conducting operations to detect land-mines in southern Chhattisgarh following inputs that the rebels have planted in hyper-sensitive parts of Narayanpur and Kondagaon districts, police sources said.

Naxals open fire at DD Kendra, 3 Jawans killed

In two different daring attacks by the Leftist Insurgents, three security personnel of Chhattisgarh Armed Force were killed while one was critically injured. The leftist guerrillas first attacked a Para Military Camp in the Temalvada area under the limits of Chintagufa Police Station at Sukma district on Sunday. Following this, they pressed another attack at the Doordarshan (DD) Center of Teli Marega, situated 10 kilometers away from Bastar during the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday.

Naxals fire at IAF chopper in Dantewada, crew safe

An Mi-17 chopper

The entire Chhattisgarh Administration was on their toes, when the authorities received unseemly news that an Indian Air Force (IAF) chopper pressed into service for airlifting injured troopers of Chhattisgarh Armed Forces (CAF) ambushed by Maoists in Dornapal area of restive Sukma District encountered a radio communication outage from Air Traffic Control (ATC) of Raipur Airport, soon after it took off from Jagdalpur Air Base, some 300 kilometers from the State capital Raipur.

Naxals dig trenches in Jagdalpur

In a Fresh offensive against 'Operation Green Hunt' Naxals dug trenches through the roads across the Bastar district and fell trees to arrest the movement of vehicles across both sides of the NH 30. Several trees were either uprooted of cut through to block the 11 kilometers stretch in the Sukma district. Serveral pamphlets lashing out at the 'Operation Green Hunt' and demanding release of their jailed comrades and removing of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) from the village borders.