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Nagpur: Two Ultra Naxals Killed During An Anti-Naxal Operation

C-60 commandos of the Gadchiroli Police were conducting an anti-Naxal operation in the Jambia Gatta forest around 6.30 am where the encounter happened.

Nagpur: Two Ultra Naxals Killed During An Anti-Naxal Operation
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Nagpur: Two Ultra Naxals Killed During An Anti-Naxal Operation
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2021-04-28T12:10:52+05:30

At least two Naxals were killed on Wednesday in an encounter with the police in a forest in the Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, a senior official said.

The exchange of fire took place when C-60 commandos of the Gadchiroli Police were conducting an anti-Naxal operation in the Jambia Gatta forest around 6.30 am, he said.

"Two ultras have been killed and a search operation is underway in the forest area," the official added.

(With PTI inputs)

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