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Naxal banners found in Gadchiroli declaring shutdown on May 19

Devdiscourse News Desk | Nagpur | Updated: 17-05-2019 23:12 IST | Created: 17-05-2019 22:54 IST
Naxal banners found in Gadchiroli declaring shutdown on May 19
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Naxal handbills and banners have been found in Bhamragad and Kurkheda villages of Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district declaring a shutdown on May 19, police said on Friday

The handbills have the name of "west sub zonalcommittee" of the proscribed Communist Party of India (Maoist)and states that the May 1 attack, in which 15 QRT personneland their driver were killed, was a reaction to the killing of40 Naxals in Kasnasur jungle in Bhamragad taluka on April 22last year, an official said

The handbills further claim that, on April 27 thisyear, Naxals Ramco alias Kamla Narote and Shilpa Durva werefirst nabbed by cops and then killed.



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