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Thursday, 20 May 2021

Naxal encounter: Firing continues between C-60 commandos and Naxals in Gadchiroli, 13 Naxal encounters shot dead, 6 bodies found

Naxal encounter: Firing continues between C-60 commandos and Naxals in Gadchiroli, 13 Naxal encounters shot dead, 6 bodies found.



Thirteen Naxalites were killed in a late-night encounter in Maharashtra's Naxal-affected Gadchiroli district late on Friday night. According to the information received, the bodies of 6 Naxalites have been found so far. Gadchiroli DIG Sandeep Patil has confirmed this. Firing is still going on between C-60 commandos and Naxalites. According to Patil, the bodies of six Naxalites were found in the Katima forest in Etapalli in Gadchiroli district on the Maharashtra-Chhattisgarh border.


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The Naxals tried to blow up the police station






Last month, Naxals hurled a grenade at the Gutta police station in Etapalli taluka of Gadchiroli district. The accident was averted without any explosion. However, the Naxals described the attempt to blow up the police station as a major incident. It is said that C-60 commandos have since carried out the operation.


The third encounter in two months.


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April 28: C-60 commandos kill two Naxalites worth Rs 8 lakh in an encounter that lasted for about four hours in Gadchiroli district.


April 26: Naxals set fire to six tractors and tankers during India shutdown. These vehicles were engaged in road construction work in Permili Medapalli area.


April 23: At 12.30 pm, Naxals attack the Zambia Gutta police station in Maharashtra, just 14 km from the Kankar district border. More than 100 Naxalites opened fire on houses in front of the police station and fired rocket launchers.


March 29: Five Naxalites, including notorious Naxalite Rusi Rao, were killed in an encounter with Naxalites who had gathered to launch a strategic counter-attack.


On March 29, 5 Naxalites were killed


The Gadchiroli police had earlier clashed with the Naxals on March 29, who had gathered to launch a strategic counter-attack. Five Naxalites, including the notorious Naxalite Rusi Rao, were killed. Naxals staged a sit-in in Gadchiroli on April 12 in protest of the encounter. On April 12, Naxals set fire to construction machines on the road in protest.

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