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DG Kuldeep Singh big claim on Naxalite attack

The martyrs include 8 DRG jawans of Bijapur, 6 STF jawans of Chhattisgarh, 7 cobra jawans, and 1 Bastaria battalion.
Kuldeep Singh said. Probably 28 Naxalites have died. They do not accept the number of casualties. But this number will certainly be more than 28.


DG Kuldeep Singh’s big claim

CRPF DG Kuldeep Singh has made a big claim regarding the Naxalite attack in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. Kuldeep Singh has said that 28 Naxalites have been killed in this attack. And this number can also be higher. 22 soldiers were martyred in this major attack on Saturday. Kuldeep Singh has said that nothing has been found so far of the missing jawan.

Probably 28 Naxalites have been killed – Kuldeep Singh

Kuldeep Singh said. You also have some reports that probably 28 Naxalites have died. It is true that they do not accept the number of casualties, but this number will certainly be more than 28 and the number of injured will be more than this.

Kuldeep Singh told

On searching, the youth were coming through the jungles. So the Naxalites were ambushed near Teklagudam. He suddenly opened fire on the soldiers. Our strength began to fight according to strategy. Many people were injured in this.

The missing jawan has not been confirmed to be in possession of Naxalites – Kuldeep Singh

Kuldeep Singh said that the martyrs included 8 DRG jawans of Bijapur, 6 STF jawans of Chhattisgarh, 7 cobra jawans, and 1 Bastariya battalion. A young man is still missing. There are reports that he is in the possession of the Naxalites, but this has not yet been confirmed.

Returning soldiers attacked remotely by Naxalites

Earlier, DG Kuldeep Singh told in Raipur. That the Naxalites attacked the returning soldiers. The Naxals were firing from 100 to 200 meters between the hills of Doranaguda and Tekulgudam. During this, the soldiers ambushed and attacked. In this, 4-5 jawans were injured. When the jawans proceeded along with their comrades in the security cordon, members of Janamilisiya opened fire through the LMG, near the village.

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