The CRPF has decided to hunt down the perpetrators of the 2010 Tadmetla incident in which 75 of its troopers were brutally massacred by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s undivided Dantewada district. A senior officer of the Central paramilitary force posted in ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
CRPF to Trace Tadmetla Attackers Through Naxal Videos - Outlook, 2 months ago
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Rajnath was accompanied by Chief Minister Raman Singh and other senior officers. Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday urged Maoists to drop their weapons and come back to the mainstream. Speaking at a public meeting in Chhattisgarh's Sukma, he ...Indian Express, 1 month ago Chhattisgarh: Raman singh visits Maoist-hit Sukma village Indian Express, 2 months ago
Security forces need to make significant inroads into Sukma, considered the strongest military base of the outlawed movement in the country, to win the "war" against Maoists, experts and police officials feel. The Sukma district in extreme south Bastar of ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Union minister Gen. V.K. Singh on Tuesday dropped a bombshell when he disclosed that the Indian Peace Keeping Force (IPKF), deployed in Sri Lanka to fight LTTE guerrillas in the late eighties, was dissuaded to capture the rebel chief V. Prabhakarn several ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
Union Minister of State for External Affairs General (retd) V K Singh opposed deployment of the Army in Maoist-affected areas on Tuesday, saying that the use of armed forces against "our own citizens" would "tarnish" its image. "There are lots of things to do to overcome the menace of Maoism. Deploying the Army is not the answer. If armed forces are deployed there (Maoist hit areas) they will shoot our own citizens. This would tarnish the reputation and image of the Army," Singh, former Army ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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