BJP MLA Bheema Mandavi killed in Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh
Raipur: A BJP legislator and four security personnel were killed in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday because the Maoists blew up their cars two days before the first phase of the state’s Lok Sabha elections.
|BJP MLA Bheema Mandavi killed in Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh|
One hour before the end of the campaign in the first phase of the election, Veda Madha, 40, and others were killed at 4.00 pm – when some of them went through Bangabhaban through Kokondara of South Santa district of Chhattisgarh.
Visitors from the Imovovoid Explosive Device (IED) explosion showed the bullets-proof vehicles of the legislators and the seven feet of the crack on the road which the Maoists was blown away.
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The deceased were identified as Danteshwar Maurya and District Judge Chaggan Kuldip, Somuda Kawasi and Ramlal Wami.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the attack and said firmly that the sacrifices of the dead would not be in vain.
“Chhattisgarh has strongly condemned the Maoist attack, my respect for the martyrs’ security forces, and the sacrifices of these martyrs will not be in vain,” he tweeted.
On May 25, 2013, a congressional incident took place in Jehoram district of Basar district, among which the former Union minister V. Shukla, Chhattisgarh Congress President Nand Kumar Patel, his son Dinas and former minister and founder of Naxalite anti-terrorist forces, Salwa Judum founder Mahendra Karma died.
Before the 2013 assembly elections of Chhattisgarh, some of the Congress attacked the last day of campaigning.
The question was raised about why the legality was not given adequate security cover.
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“A police official said,” The Maoists started the IED blast with their PSO on the Belcher bullet, when the BJP went to Nikhlala, the legislator. “
“Witnesses said the body of the victims was found near 50 meters from the blast site.”
Maoists warned not to vote for local people – posters carry their message. Considering the lack of adequate security on the route, the police had ordered the BJP parliamentary commencement, but he ignored the warning.
The question was raised about why the legality was not given adequate security cover. BJP national general secretary of Chhattisgarh, Anil Jain said, “We have got the smell of conspiracy in this matter and have demanded a CBI inquiry.” Congress described it as an “unfortunate” event.