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Suspected Maoist rebels kill 24 soldiers in India | World news | The Guardian

25.4.17

Suspected Maoist rebels kill 24 soldiers in India | World news | The Guardian: “We have recovered 23 bodies from the spot and one jawan (soldier) died in Raipur during treatment,” Anand Chhabra, a senior police officer, told AFP, referring to the state capital.

He said six other commandos from the Central Reserve police force were critically injured and had been evacuated for treatment.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the attack and offered condolences to the families of the deceased, saying the sacrifice of their loved ones would not be in vain.

“Attack on @CRPFIndia personnel in Chhattisgarh is cowardly and deplorable. We are monitoring the situation closely,” Modi posted on Twitter.


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