Naxals, police exchange fire near Gondia, Maha
The police had cordoned off the area following a tip-off that Naxals were camping in the area.
Gondia: A team of C 60 battalion of police
on Thursday exchanged fire with a naxal platoon led by Commander
Dinesh near Msanjhurwa and Lalzhari villages under Duggipar
police station, in the district.
The police had cordoned off the area following a tip-off
that Naxals were camping in the area.
The Naxals opened fire seeing the police, official
sources said. Two Naxals are suspected to have been injured in
Police recovered 13 detonators, 10 kg of explosives, a
Motorola Walkie-Talkie and naxal literature.
Superintendent of Police Chandrakishore Meena said this
was the biggest encounter between the cops and the outlaws in
past few years in the district.