Chhattisgarh police arrest four Naxals, recover firearms during search operation in Kanker district
The police on Sunday arrested four Naxals during a search operation in Chhattisgarh's Kanker district. Three firearms and an IED were also recovered from them.
Raipur: The police on Sunday arrested four Naxals during a search operation in Chhattisgarh's Kanker district.
Three firearms, an improvised explosive device (IED) and a cache of other Maoist-related items, including material used in making explosives, were recovered from them, a police official said.
The cadres were apprehended from Alparas village under Koyalibeda police station area, around 200 kilometres from Raipur, when a composite squad of personnel from the Border Security Force (BSF) and district force was out on a search operation, Kanker's Superintendent of Police K L Dhruv said.
The arrested cadres were identified as Nar Singh (25), Mani Ram Markam (22), Sunder Singh (30) and Sukku Ram (35), he said.
Three muzzle-loading guns, a 2kg IED, some explosive powder, splinters, electric wires, Maoist pamphlets and literature were recovered from their possession, the SP said.
On 5 October, four Naxals, including a couple, were arrested and two firearms were recovered from them in Panidobir village in Koyalibeda area of Kanker.
The commission said that the date to register for the exam has also been extended till 11.59 pm on 20 May
The Institute has also suspended the student help desk till 12 May, as per a notice on the site
On Sundays, only petrol pumps, hospitals, medical establishments, medicine shops, PDS shops will be allowed to function, an officia said