Mumbai, November 15 (KMS): Indian paramilitary and police personnel killed 26 Naxals including top Maoist leader in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra in India.
26 Moists including top leader Milind Teltumbde were killed at Korchi in Mardintola forest area of the district, located over 900 kilometer from Mumbai, during a search operation by a C-60 police commando team, a senior Indian police official said.
The C-60 commandos, an elite wing of the police, had recovered bodies of 26 Naxals during the search, the police added.
“Teltumbde was among the 26 dead Naxals,” a senior state police official confirmed on Sunday.
The killing of 26 Naxals is reportedly part of a quick reaction or reiteration of Indian Home Ministry policy after the killing of the Assam Rifles, Colonel, his wife, son among 7 in Manipur blast ambush.
Pertinently, the Naxals are struggling for their justice and rights snatched and occupied by the India.