Thursday, June 04, 2009

Naxal rage coninues, blown up a police outpost in malkangiri district

May 31st, 2009 - 8:22 pm ICT by Lambodar Prasad Dash -
Bhubaneswar (Orissa): Naxals’ rage continued in Malkangiri District. After killing of Chitrakonda market committe president and contractor Badri Patro on day before yesterday, today maoists blownup Mundaguda police outpost of Mathili PS. They also burnt down a mobile tower, three police vehicles. The naxals continued their operation for more than three hour, but district police did not get any bit of information about this.
According to the sources, yesterday night around 11pm, more than 70 armed naxals attacked a police outpost of Mundaguda, 40 km away from Mathili police station. At that time only three constables were on duty. Naxals tied them nearby tree and blown up the police outpost by a land mine. After this they set a blaze three motor cycles of police personales. Then they went to Mahupadar, 10 km away from the Mundaguda outpost, where the new police outpost was under construction. They also blown up the building and near by mobile tower.
Malkangiri SP Satyabrata Bhoi, said, the old police outpost of Mundaguda was under the target of the Naxals. So police constructed a new outpost near Mahupadar. Naxals were used zillatine sticks, used in Quarry works. According to the local sources, there were 70 naxals among them 30 were women. They also carried AK 47 rifles with them.

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