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Chhattisgarh: Two Maoists killed in an encounter with security forces in Sukma district.

2 naxals dead after exchange of fire b/w Sukma District Reserve Guard&naxals in Mankapal forest at around 1230 hrs today. They've been identified as Gundadhur,Local Guerilla Squad Commander of Malangir Area Committee&other a member of Aytu Area Committee:IG Bastar. #Chhattisgarh 

Chhattisgarh: Strong winds damaged several houses in Dornapal area of Sukma yesterday evening, leaving some people injured. Tehsildar Mahendra Lehre says, "The injured have been admitted to hospital. A survey will be conducted to provide relief to those affected by the winds".

Chhattisgarh: Four Naxals have surrendered in Sukma district before SSP Siddhartha Tiwari, SP Shalabh Sinha & officers of Central Reserve Police Force. Out of the four Naxals, three were carrying rewards of Rs 8 lakhs on their heads.

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Chhattisgarh: In a joint operation, troops of District Reserve Guard and CoBRA have busted a Naxal camp in Sukma district and recovered arms and ammunition.

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An encounter broke out between Naxals and troops of 227 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) along with Chhattisgarh Police in Sukma, today. Body of a Naxal has been recovered. Search operations underway. More details awaited: CRPF #Chhattisgarh 

One Naxal killed in an exchange of fire with District Reserve Guards (DRG) in Chitalnar-Mundwal jungle of Puspal, Sukma district yesterday. A .315 bore weapon, tiffin bomb, and other material recovered from the spot: IG Bastar P Sundarraj (file pic) #Chhattisgarh 

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At the age of 33, he was a part of a team of commandos returning after a successful encounter with the Maoists in Sukma region. As the helicopter made its 5th and last sortie to pick up the last 19 commandos, they were attacked by 100 Maoists.

Lakha, who hails from the Muriya tribe, a sub-tribe of the Gond, from the state’s Sukma district, feels privileged that he got the opportunity to stitch masks for the local tribal people amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Chhattisgarh: 17 security personnel killed in encounter with Naxals in Sukma

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Total 17 security personnel (5 STF + 12 DRG) have lost their lives in an encounter in Sukma, yesterday. They were missing and security forces were trying to locate them after an encounter with naxals: Chhattisgarh Police

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Chhattisgarh: While patrolling on June 6, troops of 231 battalion CRPF found a severely ill 13-year-old boy in Gumodi village.The troops carried the boy on a cot for 8 km & got him treated in their camp Kondasavli in Sukma.He was found to be suffering from jaundice; is stable now

Strongly condemn the Maoist attack in Sukma, Chhattisgarh. My tributes to the security personnel martyred in the attack. Their valour will never be forgotten. Condolences to the bereaved families. I pray for a quick recovery of those injured.

Gautam Gambhir to bear full expenses of the children of 25 CRPF personnel killed in Sukma attack, Gambhir's media manager confirms to ANI

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Saddened by the killing of CRPF personnel in Sukma. Tributes to the martyrs & condolences to their families. May the injured recover quickly

Spoke to Home Minister @rajnathsingh  Ji on the situation in Sukma. He is going to Sukma to take stock of the situation.

India salutes the brave personnel who were martyred in the attack in Sukma, Chhattisgarh. My thoughts are with the families and friends of the brave martyrs. The nation stands shoulder to shoulder with them in this hour of grief.

Tributes to the brave martyrs of CRPF who sacrificed their lives in Sukma . Prayers for the quick recovery of those injured.

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Akshay Kumar donated Rs 1.08 cr, 9 lakh each to families of 12 CRPF men who lost their lives in an attack by Maoists in Sukma, Chhattisgarh.

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Saina Nehwal donated Rs 6 lakh, Rs 50,000 each to families of 12CRPF men who lost their lives in an attack by Maoists in Sukma, Chhattisgarh

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