Thursday, December 20, 2007

4 bullets removed, but dead woman Naxal remains unidentified

Seized materials on display

GUNUPUR: Four bullets were removed from the body of the woman Maoist who was killed yesterday in a crossfire between police and the Naxals at Ladri forest under Gudari. The body of the Naxal was brought here today for autopsy.

Rayagada SP Asish Kumar Singh told mediapersons that Rs 10,000 cash was recovered from the pocket of the Naxal but her identity is yet to be established.

It is believed that she might be a part of the Chhattisgarh or Andhra Pradesh Maoist group, said Singh, adding, combing would continue in the area.

Police also seized two SLR magazines, one 12 bore gun, one hand grenade, 56 detonators, five gelatine sticks, seven kit bags, two radio sets, 30 CDs, Naxalism-related documents, landmine circuit checking meter and medicines from the spot

New Ind Press

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