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26000 securirty men and Gunship Helicpters to Curb Maoist party

Posted by Admin on August 7, 2009


Maoists at a memorial for those killed in police encounters in the Nallamalla forest, south of Hyderabad.

Maoists at a memorial for those killed in police encounters in the Nallamalla forest, south of Hyderabad.

NEW DELHI: Security forces are preparing for a long haul in the counter-Naxalite grid, with a good 26,000 personnel drawn from CRPF, BSF, ITBP and Nagaland armed battalion joining hands to “liberate” Maoist strongholds over the next couple of years.

The upcoming offensive against the Maoists, timed for a launch sometime in October, will see additional deployment of nearly 16 battalions of CRPF, five of BSF, one of ITBP and two Naga battalions, to carry out surgical, intelligence-based strikes on their hideouts in strongholds like Abujmarh and Malkangiri.

The forces will be pulled out from J&K and the North-East, with some troops being disengaged from the international border as well. Read the rest of this entry »

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