Two Maoists gunned down in Chhattisgarh encounter
Two senior frameworks of the prohibited CPI (Maoist) were killed in a trade of fire at Tongpal in the conflict torn region of Sukma, around 500 km south of Raipur, the police said on Monday.
"On a tip-off about the nearness of Maoists in the locale near Tongpal, a joint group of area police, region save monitors (DRG) and the CRPF left on the inquiry activity.
While the security powers arrived at the forested landscape of Damankota, the agitators opened aimless terminating bringing about an experience. In a trade of fire two Maoists were slaughtered and their bodies recuperated", a senior cop said.
The dead Naxals were recognized as Mahadev (individual from Kanger Valley Area Committee) conveying a money award of Rs 3 lakh and Mukesh Markam (Maoist activity group leader of Darbha division) on whom the Chhattisgarh government has pronounced a prize of Rs 8 lakh.
The security powers additionally recuperated one 12-bore weapon, detonators, explosives, and other day by day use things from the experience site.
There was, be that as it may, no report of any injury continued by the powers in the firearm fight, the official expressed. Sukma is among the seven most noticeably terrible Maoist-influenced locale in the contention district of Bastar.