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Sukma Naxal assault: Mortal stays of CRPF jawans conveyed to Mana camp; Rajnath Singh arriving in no time to pay tribute to martyrs
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Sukma: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Chhattisgarh's Sukma on Tuesday to pay tribute to 25 CRPF jawans who have been martyred in a deadly Maoist assault. The assault occurred between Burkapal-Chintagufa range in south Bastar, the most noticeably bad Maoist viciousness influenced region territory of the state. President Pranab Mukherjee, PM Narendra Modi yesterday communicated their sympathies.

Here are the most recent updates in the Sukma encounter case:-

- Mortal stays of CRPF staff who lost their lives in Sukma Naxal assault conveyed to CAF camp (Mana) in Chhattisgarh.

- Director General of the CRPF and senior authorities are relied upon to achieve Sukma today.

- Bastar Inspector General Vivekanand Sinha and DIG Sunderraj have additionally left for Sukma.

- MoS Home Hansraj Ahir will likewise visit Raipur today in the wake of Naxal assault.

- Union Home Minister Rajanth Singh will visit Chhattisgarh today.

- Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh had wiped out his engagements in Delhi and has scrambled for Raipur where he will hold a meeting later today.

- The assault on CRPF jawans is weak and wretched, said PM Modi, while Rajnath Singh pledged ''no one will be saved and the relinquish of the killed jawans won't go futile.''

- President Pranab Mukherjee, VP Hamid Ansari, PM Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and a few driving lawmakers and political gatherings have censured the assault.

- The mortal stays of six work force have come to the Burkapal camp.

- The six harmed CRPF faculty have been moved to a healing facility in Raipur.

- As numerous as 90 CRPF jawans were a piece of the street opening gathering when they were assaulted by the Naxals.

- The weapons of the CRPF jawans were additionally plundered by Naxals.

- The assault occurred on work force of the 74th Battalion of the CRPF as they were helping the nearby populace in street building movement in the region.

Sukma Naxal assault: Mortal stays of CRPF jawans conveyed to Mana camp; Rajnath Singh arriving in no time to pay tribute to martyrs

Sukma Naxal assault: Mortal stays of CRPF jawans conveyed to Mana camp; Rajnath Singh arriving in no time to pay tribute to martyrs

 
 


 
 


 
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