22 bravehearts misplaced: When 400 Maoists led by most wished commander ‘Hidma’ surrounded jawans from three sides


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Bijapur: CRPF personnel carry the coffin of a paramilitary soldier who misplaced his life in an encounter with Maoists, in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh, Sunday, April 04, 2021. 

Twenty-two safety personnel misplaced their lives in a fierce gunbattle with Naxals in Chhattisgarh on Sunday. No less than 400 Naxals suspected to be led by essentially the most wished Maoist commander and chief of the so-called ‘Folks’s Liberation Guerrilla Military (PLGA) battalion no 1 — Hidma — and his affiliate Sujatha ambushed the safety forces in an space that may be a strong-hold of the Maoists because of the tough terrain, giant tracts of forests and a smaller variety of safety forces camps. 

The bravehearts have been from a contingent of about 1500 troops, drawn from the Central Reserve Police Pressure’s specialised jungle warfare unit CoBRA, its common battalions, a unit of its Bastariya batallion, the Chhattisgarh Police affiliated District Reserve Guard (DRG) and others. That they had launched a search and destroy operation alongside the border of Bijapur-Sukma district after they obtained inputs of Maoists presence within the space. 

On getting the intelligence enter that the naxals have been conducting a counter-offensive train within the space, a contingent of about 790 personnel set out in direction of the Jagargunda-Jongaguda-Tarrem axis at daybreak.

‘Hidma’, the chief of PLGA battalion and his affiliate Sujatha ambushed the forces of their strong-hold. 

READ MORE: Chhattisgarh: 22 jawans martyred, others lacking

Out of the 22 fatalities, the CRPF misplaced eight males together with seven CoBRA commandos whereas one jawan is from the Bastariya battalion and the remaining are from DRG and Particular Activity Pressure. A CRPF Inspector continues to be lacking. 

“The Maoists drew the forces into an ambush with heavy gunfire and encircled the safety personnel from three sides. A heavy gun-battle ensued within the jungles that are devoid of any foliage at current,” a senior official informed PTI.

Bullets rained from gentle machine weapons (LMGs) and the naxals additionally used low-intensity improvised explosive units (IEDs) to mount the assault that went on for a number of hours. The primary helicopter used for evacuation of the injured personnel may land solely after 5 PM after the gunfire had ended.

About 10-12 naxals have been killed through the fierce gun battle, a senior official informed PTI. The Maoists carried them on tractor trolleys.

Union Residence Minister Amit Shah lower brief his ballot marketing campaign in Assam and rushed again to Delhi. He held a high-level assembly to evaluation the safety state of affairs in Chhattisgarh. Union Residence Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Intelligence Bureau Director Arvind Kumar and senior officers of the house ministry and the Central Reserve Police Pressure (CRPF) attended the assembly. The house minister spoke to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and took inventory of the state of affairs within the state.

22 BRAVEHEARTS

DRG

1. Deepak Bhardwaj, Sub-Inspector

2. Ramesh Kumar Zurri, Head Constable

three. Narayan Sodhi, Head Constable

four. Ramesh Korsa, Constable.

5.Subhash Naik, Constable.

6. Kishor Andrik, Assistant Constable.

7. Sankuram Sodhi, Assistant Constable.

eight. Bhosaram Kartami, Assistant Constable.

STF

9. Shravan Kashyap, Head Constable.

10. Ramdas Korrram, Constable.

11. Jagatram Kanwar, Constable

12. Sukhsingh Faras, Constable

13. Ramashankar Paikra, Constable

14. Shankarnath, Constable.

CoBRA (210 battalion)

15. Dilip Kumar Das, Inspector

16. Raj Kumar Yadav, Head Constable

17. Shambhurai, Constable

18. Dharmdev Kumar, Constable

19. S M Krishna, Constable 

20. R Jagdish, Constable

21. Bablu Rabha, Constable

Bastariya Battalion

22. Samaiyaa Maravi, Constable. PTI NES 

READ MORE: Bijapur naxal assault: Shah cuts brief Assam marketing campaign, assures ‘befitting reply’ as 22 jawans die

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