Chhattisgarh Maoist Attack | Bijapur clash is not a failure of intelligence, anti-Naxal campaign will continue: CM Baghel
"The place where the clash took place was considered a stronghold of Naxalites. We had planned to set up camp there by the security forces. About 2,000 troops were sent to camp in the area. This was to curb the Naxalite movement, so they were chewed. This was not a failure of any intelligence system. We will definitely camp there again and continue the anti-Naxal campaign," That is what Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel clarified.
How much damage did the Naxals do?
"We have received information that dead and injured Naxalites have been taken from the spot in four tractors. From this you can guess how much damage the soldiers have done to them," This was stated by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. "We rule out the possibility that the intelligence system failed in the Naxal attack. This was not an attack on a police camp. We were conducting anti-Naxal operations in that area. We were camping in our direction towards Sukma, Bijapu and Dantewada. The Naxals are now confined to an area of 40X40 sq km and this is the reason for their frustration that our campaign will not stop. Camps and roads will continue to be built. The sacrifices of the soldiers will not go in vain," That’s what Baghel said.
CRPF Director in Chhattisgarh & nbsp;
CRPF Director Kuldeep Singh is in Chhattisgarh to monitor the situation after the Naxal attack. He denied the failure of the intelligence system in the entire operation. "We have eliminated about 25 to 30 Naxalites. But the exact figure is not yet understood," That is what Kuldeep Singh said.
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