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CoBRA jawan injured in face-off with Naxals in Sukma

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A CoBRA jawan was today injured in an exchange offire with in the dense forests of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Sukma district, police said.

The skirmish took place in the wee hours when a team ofCRPF's elite CoBRA (Commando Battalion forResolute Action) 201st battalion was conducting ananti-Naxal operation in the interiors of Chintalnar police outpost - a Naxal hotbed, Sukma AdditionalSuperintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla told PTI.



Based on a specific input about a meeting of ultras in Surpanguda forests, the operation was launched by the paramilitary personnel from Chintalnar last evening, he said.

While cordoning-off the region, located around 450 kmsfrom the state capital, when the security men reached Surpanguda village forests, the opened indiscriminate fire onthem leaving head constable Rajeev Tomar, a radio operator, injured, the ASP said.

However, the Maoists soon fled from the spot as the jawanslaunched a retaliatory attack on them, he said.

"Tomar, belonging to CoBRA 201st battalion, sustained bullet injuries on his shoulder," he said.

Reinforcement was immediately rushed to the spot and the injuredjawan was evacuated from the forest, the ASP said, adding that hehas been airlifted to Raipur for treatment.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CoBRA jawan injured in face-off with Naxals in Sukma

A CoBRA jawan was today injured in an exchange offire with Naxals in the dense forests of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Sukma district, police said. The skirmish took place in the wee hours when a team ofCRPF's elite CoBRA (Commando Battalion forResolute Action) 201st battalion was conducting ananti-Naxal operation in the interiors of Chintalnar police outpost - a Naxal hotbed, Sukma AdditionalSuperintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla told PTI. Based on a specific input about a meeting of ultras in Surpanguda forests, the operation was launched by the paramilitary personnel from Chintalnar last evening, he said. While cordoning-off the region, located around 450 kmsfrom the state capital, when the security men reached Surpanguda village forests, the Naxals opened indiscriminate fire onthem leaving head constable Rajeev Tomar, a radio operator, injured, the ASP said. However, the Maoists soon fled from the spot as the jawanslaunched a retaliatory attack on them, he said. "Tomar, ... A CoBRA jawan was today injured in an exchange offire with in the dense forests of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Sukma district, police said.

The skirmish took place in the wee hours when a team ofCRPF's elite CoBRA (Commando Battalion forResolute Action) 201st battalion was conducting ananti-Naxal operation in the interiors of Chintalnar police outpost - a Naxal hotbed, Sukma AdditionalSuperintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla told PTI.

Based on a specific input about a meeting of ultras in Surpanguda forests, the operation was launched by the paramilitary personnel from Chintalnar last evening, he said.

While cordoning-off the region, located around 450 kmsfrom the state capital, when the security men reached Surpanguda village forests, the opened indiscriminate fire onthem leaving head constable Rajeev Tomar, a radio operator, injured, the ASP said.

However, the Maoists soon fled from the spot as the jawanslaunched a retaliatory attack on them, he said.

"Tomar, belonging to CoBRA 201st battalion, sustained bullet injuries on his shoulder," he said.

Reinforcement was immediately rushed to the spot and the injuredjawan was evacuated from the forest, the ASP said, adding that hehas been airlifted to Raipur for treatment.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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CoBRA jawan injured in face-off with Naxals in Sukma

A CoBRA jawan was today injured in an exchange offire with in the dense forests of Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Sukma district, police said.

The skirmish took place in the wee hours when a team ofCRPF's elite CoBRA (Commando Battalion forResolute Action) 201st battalion was conducting ananti-Naxal operation in the interiors of Chintalnar police outpost - a Naxal hotbed, Sukma AdditionalSuperintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla told PTI.

Based on a specific input about a meeting of ultras in Surpanguda forests, the operation was launched by the paramilitary personnel from Chintalnar last evening, he said.

While cordoning-off the region, located around 450 kmsfrom the state capital, when the security men reached Surpanguda village forests, the opened indiscriminate fire onthem leaving head constable Rajeev Tomar, a radio operator, injured, the ASP said.

However, the Maoists soon fled from the spot as the jawanslaunched a retaliatory attack on them, he said.

"Tomar, belonging to CoBRA 201st battalion, sustained bullet injuries on his shoulder," he said.

Reinforcement was immediately rushed to the spot and the injuredjawan was evacuated from the forest, the ASP said, adding that hehas been airlifted to Raipur for treatment.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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