10 Maoists killed in Telangana encounter | Hyderabad News
HYDERABAD: At the very least 10 left-wing extremists of the Telangana State Committee of CPI (Maoist) have been killed in an encounter with the Greyhound anti-insurgency police power in Jayashankar Bhupalapally district on Friday.
Hari Bhushan, a prime Telangana State Committee chief, was amongst these killed. Bhushan was recognized for his army ways.
Police are but to establish the our bodies of the alleged extremists killed within the gun battle which came about round 6.30am.
An injured Greyhounds constable has been airlifted to a metropolis hospital in a chopper.
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“The encounter came about in Andhra and Chhattisgarh borders whereas Greyhounds have been conducting combing operations on particular data. We’re but to establish the Maoists killed in encounter. All the ultras are state committee leaders and have big reward on their heads,” mentioned an intelligence officer.
In the meantime, a member of the Revolutionary Writers Affiliation Varavara Rao mentioned what occurred wasn’t an encounter.
“The encounter is pretend. Police caught them and tortured them and murdered them. A judicial probe must be performed.” mentioned Rao.