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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Today Breaking news

Today Breaking news

 Important statement by Amit Shah after the Naxal attack










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After 22 soldiers were killed in a clash in Naxal-affected Bijapur in Chhattisgarh, Home Minister Amit Shah immediately halted the election campaigning and comforted the families of the martyrs, saying that the sacrifice of the this soldiers would not go in vaid.

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ન્યુઝ વાંચવા ફોટા ઉપર ટચ કરો



શ્રેષ્ઠ શિક્ષક યાદી







  • 22 soldiers killed in Chhattisgarh
  • Amit Shah enters action mode
  • Shortened the election tour and left for Delhi

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the sacrifice of soldiers will not go in vain. We will take the fight to the end. There is sympathy for the families of the martyrs. I pay tribute to the martyred soldiers. The soldiers have sacrificed for the country.


Chief Minister talks to Baghel in the morning

Taking the incident seriously, Amit Shah called Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Sunday morning and held a detailed discussion on the Naxalite incident in Bijapur. Chief Minister Baghel briefed the Union Minister of State for Home Affairs and the security situation between the Maoists and the Naxalites in Bijapur.


Hidma is the mastermind of the attack

It is noteworthy that after the killing of the Naxalites, their weapons have been looted. The mastermind of the attack is the head of battalion number 1 in Head Hid, the largest battalion of Maoists.


What happened?

Around 200 Naxalites launched a major attack on the Indian Army in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. In which a total of 22 soldiers have been martyred. A young man is still missing. The bodies of 20 more jawans have been found in a Naxalite attack in Tarrem in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh. DG DM Awasthi has confirmed this. A total of 22 bodies have been found so far. 1 jawan is still missing. A total of 31 jawans are injured. This is the a biggest Naxalite attack of this year.

Naxalites used rocket launchers and LMG in the attack on Saturday. The army carried out operations in Bijapur, a Naxalite stronghold. The campaign against the Naxalites was in the heartland of Hidma, one of the largest People's Liberation Group of Naxalites, Army Platoon One (PLGA 1).

The CRPF and the Chhattisgarh Police knew that Hidma, a senior Naxalite commander, was in the village of Pavarti, 1 km from the attack, when the CRPF and the District Reserve Guard of the Chhattisgarh Police conducted a joint operation.


15 naxalites killed

The army was attacked by a unit of Hidma-led Naxalite Organization People's Liberation Group Army Platoon One. In this operation, the army has also got a great success and 15 Naxalites of the Naxal cadre have been killed, but when the army was going in, the Naxalites attacked them.

ન્યૂઝ રીપોર્ટ વાંચવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો

Missing soldiers were searched after clash yesterday

After the conflict yesterday, 21 soldiers were missing. A search operation was launched this morning to search for army personnel. The bodies of 2 of the 5 soldiers who were martyred in yesterday's conflict were found. The bodies of 20 more soldiers have been found during the search for the missing today. Thus far, a total of 22 soldiers have been martyred.

Therefore, some jawans have also been injured in the clash. Among the injured, 23 have been admitted to Bijapur Hospital and 7 to Raipur Hospital. Police have reached the spot and are investigating the incident.

Confirming the attack, SP Mohit Garg said that ambushed Naxalites attacked the army bus. 2 MI 17 helicopters were sent to Bijapur to rescue the injured.


The sacrifices of the this brave martyrs can never be forgotten: PM Modi

On Saturday, Prime Minister Modi recalled the martyrdom of army personnel in Chhattisgarh in conflict with Naxalites and said that their sacrifice can never be forgotten. My condolences are expressed to the families of the soldiers who were martyred while fighting the Naxalites in Chhattisgarh. I pray that the injured get well soon.

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