인도 경찰 사살 26 마오주의 무장 세력, 수석 리더를 비롯한

MumbaiPolice in India’s western state of Maharashtra have killed at least 26 마오주의 무장 세력, 최고 지도자를 포함한, 울창한 숲에서 매복 작전, 고위 정부 관리는 일요일에 말했다.

마오주의자, also known as Naxals, have waged an armed struggle against government forces for decades. Militants of the extreme left-wing insurgent movement say they are fighting for the poor who have been left behind in India’s economic boom.
“26 Naxals, including six women were killed in Gadchiroli district. Milind Teltumbde, a central committee member, was also killed on Saturday,” Dilip Valse Patil, Maharashtra’s Home Minister told reporters.
    Saturday’s operation took place in Gadchiroli district, on the border between Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh states, 주위에 1,000 km (600 마일) east of Mumbai.
      The encounter between police and militants lasted for nearly ten hours, said Ankit Goyal, Gadchiroli’s Superintendent of Police.
        We had inputs that Naxals were camped in the forest. When special forces raided the area the Naxalities started firing on security forces and in retaliation the security forced engaged in the firing,” 그는 말했다.
          마오주의자, considered India’s biggest internal security threat, operate in mineral-rich territory in the east and south of the country known as thered corridor,” which has shrunk in recent years because of heavy operations against them
            Teltumbde, a leader of the group who was killed was carrying a reward of five million rupees on his head for his alleged involvement in violent activities and was said to be backbone of Naxalite movement in the region.

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