Said that the operation of the security forces against the Naxalites will continue. At the same time, the work of setting up camps in the areas affected by Naxalites will be done at a rapid pace.
The Chhattisgarh Police will submit the report of the Bijapur Encounter to the Union Home Ministry on Monday. This report will be submitted to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel (Bhupesh Baghel) before it is sent to the Home Ministry. The appeal for the NIA investigation has not been made yet. CM Baghel has said that the campaign against Naxalites will continue in the state. Baghel said during a conversation at Swami Vivekananda Airport after returning to Raipur from Assam on Sunday that the operation of the security forces against the Naxalites will continue. At the same time, the work of setting up camps in the areas affected by Naxalites will be done at a rapid pace. The Chief Minister said that our soldiers have been martyred in the fight, but they have fought bravely. I bow to their martyrdom.
About 400 Naxalites were involved in the Naxalite attack ambushed by security forces in Chhattisgarh, in which at least 22 soldiers were martyred. These Naxalites surrounded the security forces in that area from three sides and attacked them with machine guns and IEDs for several hours. A contingent of about 1,500 personnel of the security forces launched a search to destroy and destroy Naxalites in the vicinity of the Bijapur-Sukma district border.
Around 790 jawans had left early Saturday
The contingent consisted of ‘Cobra’ personnel of the Special Unit of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), some teams from its regular battalions, a unit of its Bastaria battalion, the District Reserve Guard (DRG) affiliated to the Chhattisgarh Police and other jawans. Officials said that around 790 jawans left in the Jagrgunda-Jongaguda-Tarrem area on Saturday, on the secret information that the Naxalites are launching an offensive.
Ambush security forces
An official said that at least 400 Naxalites led by the most wanted Maoist commander and leader of the so-called ‘People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) Battalion No.1’ Hidma ‘and his ally Sujatha ambushed the security forces in that area Which is considered to be a stronghold of Naxalites due to inaccessible, dense forest and low number of camps of security forces.
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