- DRG jawans went out searching in the forests of Gumner in Toynar area
- Naxalites are celebrating martyrdom week, including cooker bombs recovered from camp
Security forces and Naxalites got into an encounter on Tuesday morning in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. After a brief encounter, the Naxals escaped from the camp. The jawans recovered cooker bombs and other items from the spot. The encounter has been confirmed by SP Kamal Lochan Kashyap. More information will be available after the soldiers return.
The Naxalites have set up camp in the forests of Toinar region. Photographs of Naxalites recovered from the camp. The police started identifying them.
According to the information, the police was informed on Monday that the Naxalites have set up camp in the forests of Toynar region. On this, DRG jawans were dispatched to the spot in the evening. After this, at 8.30 am on Tuesday morning the soldiers attacked the camp of Naxalites in Gumner area. The Naxalites escaped after a brief encounter.
During the search, the jawans recovered naxal material including 3 tents, 10 pittu bags, a cooker bomb.
During the Naxalite search, which was celebrating martyrdom week from 28 July to 3 August, the jawans recovered 3 naxal paraphernalia including 3 tents, 10 pitta bags, a cooker bomb. More information will be available after the soldiers return. It is being told that it will take about three to four hours for the soldiers to return. Naxalites are celebrating Martyrdom Week from 28 July to 3 August. Security was tightened regarding this.
Naxalites are celebrating Martyrdom Week from 28 July to 3 August. Naxalites have put up a banner in Bijapur regarding this.