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Maharashtra: Naxals put up Women's Day banners; place dummy landmine

Naxals put up banners and placed a dummy landmine in the middle of a road in Bhamragadh taluka of Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district, police said on Tuesday.

Shashwat Mishra

Shashwat MishraBy Shashwat Mishra

Published on 3 March 2020 1:37 PM GMT

Maharashtra: Naxals put up Womens Day banners; place dummy landmine
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Maharashtra: Naxals put up Women's Day banners; place dummy landmine
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Nagpur- Naxals put up banners and placed a dummy landmine in the middle of a road in Bhamragadh taluka of Maharashtra's Gadchiroli district, police said on Tuesday.

Naxals on Monday night put up two banners asking people to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8 and support the naxal movement and also placed a dummy landmine in the middle of a road, an official said.

The traffic on Bhamragadh-Allapalli route was affected on Tuesday morning, as the dummy landmine blocked the road at Tadgaon village.

Women and girl students of Tadgaon burnt the banners and condemned the death of Baby Madavi, a resident of Irpanar, who was killed by naxals sometime back and raised anti-naxal slogans, stated a release from the office of superintendent of police in Gadchiroli.

(PTI)

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