Indian Maoist Rebels Kill Two, Set Vehicles on Fire

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Web-Desk (February 05, 2018): A group of armed Maoists allegedly entered the home of Manoj Podiyami and killed him In Dantewada district of India on Sunday.

Two people including a policeman were killed and at least four vehicles were set on fire by suspected Maoists in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada.This comes a day after suspected Maoists set 17 vehicles on fire in five separate incidents in Bastar. Police officials said that the sudden rise in incidents was likely to be an indication for the beginning of the Tactical Counter Offensive Campaign period of the Maoists.

Police officials told that the Maoists abducted assistant constable Sitaram Bakde. “Even as his wife appealed to the Maoists for his release, they killed him. Bakde was posted at the city kotwali police station and was on leave,” an official said.In the Gatam gram panchayat of the Katekalyan block of Dantewada district, a group of armed Maoists allegedly entered the home of Manoj Podiyami and killed him. His niece Muskaan (9) received bullet injuries in her leg but is stable. Kamlochan Kashyap, Dantewada SP said, “Podiyami was a taxi driver.

The Maoists suspected that he was an informer, which is not true. His niece intervened and a bullet grazed her leg.”

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