Naxals set off seven IED blasts, BSF man dies

Two BSF jawans were injured in another Naxal attack in the same area on November 2.

Maoists kill BSF jawan in poll-bound Kanker 24 hours before polling

The explosion took place in a forest when a BSF team was out on an area domination operation in view of the polls on Monday.

Blasts rock Chhattisgarh red zone on poll eve, BSF SI dies Blasts rock Chhattisgarh red zone on poll eve, BSF SI dies

Patrol team targeted ahead of first phase polling in 18 constituencies

India News: Maoists stepped up violence in Bastar on Sunday, triggering six IED blasts in Kanker and attacking a patrol party in Bijapur a day befor polling in th

BSF officer killed in Chhattisgarh had met son only once | india news | Hindustan Times BSF officer killed in Chhattisgarh had met son only once

As the news of Mahender Singh Gurjar’s death reached his house in Dumaria village in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district, his father Samundar Singh fell unconscious. His wife, brother and sister were sent for. A large number of villagers gathered at the house.

BSF personnel killed in Naxal attack, rebel gunned down ahead of Chhattisgarh polls BSF personnel killed in Naxal attack, rebel gunned down ahead of Chhattisgarh polls

A team of the BSF was out on an area domination operation when Naxals blew up the IED in a forest between Kattakal and Gome villages.

Naxals Trigger 6 Explosions in Chhattisgarh Day Before Polls; BSF Personnel Among 3 Killed

As per initial information, one Naxal has been killed while another has been apprehended in the ongoing operations. Arms and ammunition have also been recovered.

The explosion took place in a forest when a BSF team was out on an area domination operation in view of the polls on Monday, Inspector General of Police (Raipur range) Dipanshu Kabra told PTI.

In poll-bound Chhattisgarh, BSF jawan killed in IED explosions triggered by Naxals

In the run-up to the elections, the state has registered an increase in the number of Maoist attacks with security forces fearing similar attacks till the polls are over.

Ahead Of Voting, Eye In The Sky Notes Maoist Movement In Chhattisgarh

The use of unmanned drones for the first time in Chhattisgarh elections has revealed the movement of Maoists in the area. Elections are due in Maoist-hit areas of Chhattisgarh tomorrow and the drones are being used to recce the area before security forces move in to sanitise the area for election officials.Polling for 18 of 90 seats - all located in Maoist-hit areas, will be held tomorrow

Maoist attacks in Dantewada reminiscent of Darbha Valley strike that killed Congress leaders, highlights threat Left-Wing Extremists pose during polls - Firstpost

At least 27 people — mostly Congress leaders — were killed in the Maoist attack in Chhattisgarh's Darbha Valley in May 2013, only a few months before the Assembly elections at the time.