Naxalite attack on CAF camp in Bijapur, firing shells, 4 jawans injured, 2 in critical condition
Bijapur | Naxalite Attack CAF Camp: Naxalites have once again attacked the CAF camp in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh, doing a cowardly act. Four jawans have been said to be injured in this attack. Naxalites stormed the CAF camp in Darbha under Kutru police station area of Bijapur. CAF personnel also retaliated on this attack.
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Condition of two soldiers critical
Naxalite Attack CAF Camp: According to the information, the Naxalites opened fire on the CAAF camp late on Sunday night. In response, the soldiers also gave a befitting reply. Due to the sudden firing, a total of four jawans including two CAF and two DF personnel were injured. After which he was referred to Raipur late in the night. The condition of two soldiers is said to be critical. Even on Monday morning, the team of security forces is engaged in the search of Naxalites in the forest. Police believe that Naxalites may have also been injured in retaliatory action.
Four policemen were injured in a Naxal attack at Jaigur camp under Kutru police station area of Bijapur district at around 11 pm last night. Two injured policemen were airlifted to Raipur: IG Bastar P Sundarraj, Chhattisgarh
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Naxalites escaped taking advantage of darkness
Naxalite Attack CAF Camp: According to the Bijapur SP, the Naxalites started firing indiscriminately on the Darbha camp and also fired BGL shells. In the encounter that lasted for about 30 minutes, the Naxalites fled from there taking advantage of the darkness after seeing the CAF personnel getting heavy. During this, 4 jawans have been injured, out of which 2 are being treated at Bijapur District Hospital. Due to the condition of two being more critical, they have been referred to Raipur.
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