Arms found in Maoist camp, Tamil Nadu border on radar

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The Kerala police have recovered scripts written in Tamil and Chhattisgarhi languages and a huge haul of arms and cash from a Maoist camp after their recent encounter with the extremists at Attapadi forest in Palakkad district. Sources state that the Thunderbolt squad, which had been combing the area for Maoist presence after receiving a tip-off, came under attack and killed four Maoists in retaliatory fire. According to the West Zone Police, seven weapons — one AK 47, three 303 calibre guns, three country-made guns, and 150 rounds of ammunition were retrieved.

The police also found Rs 69,000 cash, a laptop, pen drive and two Kindle notebooks at the site. A senior police officer noted that the scripts had instructions in Chhattisgarhi and a few other languages on how to ambush police forces on varied terrains. Read More

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