Chhattisgarh Naxalite attack: Home Minister Amit Shah holds review meeting on Naxalite attack
Home Minister Amit Shah called a high-level meeting at his residence in New Delhi regarding the Naxalite attack in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. The meeting was attended by Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla, Intelligence Bureau Director Arvind Kumar, CRPF Chief, and top officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs. An official of the Ministry said that the Home Minister has held a meeting to review the security situation in Chhattisgarh. According to media reports, this meeting has lasted over 60 minutes. The Naxalite attack is discussed point-to-point in the meeting. It is being told that the Home Minister can take tough measures against the Naxalites.
22 jawans martyred in Chhattisgarh Naxalite attack, 15 Naxalites also killed
Home Minister Shah canceled the election tour and held a meeting in Delhi
Earlier on the Naxalite attack, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the sacrifices of the soldiers who shed their blood will not go in vain. This will be responded to at the appropriate time. Union Minister Amit Shah said, “As far as the number is concerned, it is too early to say anything. However, both sides have suffered damage in the attack. But I assure you that the martyrdom of our soldiers will not go in vain. Due to the attack, Home Minister Amit Shah canceled the election tour in Assam and returned to Delhi. In Delhi, Amit Shah held a review meeting on the Naxalite attack.
Chhattisgarh Naxalite attack: A befitting reply will be given at the appropriate time
He said, “Our security personnel has lost their lives, will not tolerate this vandalized attack, and will be responded to in time.” In relation to the phone conversation. Chief Minister Baghel informed the Union Home Minister about the status of the encounter between the security forces of the state and the Center and the Naxalites.
Chhattisgarh Naxalite attack: 22 soldiers martyred in the Naxalite attack
Please tell that 22 soldiers were martyred in the Naxalite attack in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh. Police said that the bodies of 17 of the 18 jawans missing after the encounter have been found, and some jawans carried the tractor trolleys. The search is on. After killing the Naxalites, the weapons have been looted.