Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday left for Chhattisgarh. He will visit the site of the Naxal attack at Sukma-Bijapur border and later meet the injured jawans at hospital, information company ANI reported.
Earlier on Sunday, Shah reduce brief his campaigning in Assam and returned to Delhi to evaluate the state of affairs. The gun battle in Bijapur claimed lives of 22 safety personnel. Shah mentioned that the combat towards Maoists will proceed and “we are going to take it to the tip”.
“Our combat towards Naxalites will proceed with power, perseverance and depth and we are going to take it to the tip,” Shah mentioned throughout a high-level assembly with senior officers of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Intelligence Bureau and Central Armed Police Forces.
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The Home Minister additionally paid tributes to the slain troopers in the encounter with Maoists that happened in Chhattisgarh on April 3. Shah mentioned that “I need to guarantee the martyrs’ households and the nation that the sacrifices that the troopers have made for the nation is not going to go in useless”.
In a significant Maoist attack this yr, a complete of 22 safety personnel had been killed and 31 injured in a fierce gun battle with a platoon of over 300 People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district.
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