Two Maoists killed in encounter after security forces conduct combing operations in Bihar forest
Two Maoists were killed on Sunday in an encounter with security forces in the Kumardari forest in Bihar, police said.
Jamui (Bihar): Two Maoists were killed on Sunday in an encounter with security forces in the Kumardari forest in Bihar, police said.
Acting on a tip-off, a joint team of CoBRA, the CRPF's specialised unit for jungle warfare, and the police department carried out a combing operation after which an exchange of fire took place between them and the rebels.
Two Maoists were killed on the spot, assistant superintendent of police DN Pandey said.
Two rifles, a magazine, and liquor pouches were seized from the spot, the ASP said. The bodies of the two have been brought to Barhad police station and efforts are on to ascertain their identity, he said.
Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Shokbaba forest in the Sumblar area of Bandipora in north Kashmir following inputs about the presence of terrorists, officials said
The police said that one of the militants, identified as Fayaz War, was involved in several attacks and killings of civilians and security personnel. He was the last perpetrator of violence in north Kashmir
These exchanges took place at Punjab’s Attari, along the Rajasthan front and in Jammu, and with the BGB along the border with Bangladesh