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Such minor incidents are happening in some places: Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel comments on the murder of a BJP leader by Maoists

CM Baghel added that the pressure of the security forces had pushed the Naxals back, insinuating that the recent killing of BJP leader Dubey was just a minor incident in an otherwise improving law and order situation in the Naxalite-prone area.

Chhattisgarh: Another BJP leader killed, party says Naxals carrying out targeted killings under protection of ruling Congress, demands high-level probe

BJP leader and former sarpanch, Kaka Arjun is the fifth BJP leader to be killed by Maoists in Chhattisgarh this year

Supreme Court sets aside Bombay High Court order acquitting GN Saibaba in Maoist link case

The High Court's ruling from October 14, 2022, allowing Saibaba's appeal against a 2017 trial court decision convicting and sentencing him to life in prison, was challenged in the case that led to the verdict.

Chhattisgarh: Maoists kill army jawan to protest against Agniveer scheme

The Maoists allegedly mistook an army soldier for being member of paramilitary force and attacked him.

Lawyers give new twist to Urban Naxal Gautam Navlakha case, despite connections to ISI, argue that he went there as a “journalist”

Gautam Navlakha's lawyer argued in the court that just because he had interviewed Maoist leaders, he has links with them

‘Raised funds for the banned outfit, trained terrorists in IEDs’: NIA files chargesheet against 2 CPI(M) terrorists for reviving terror network

The CPI (M) terrorists sought funds to revive the terror network, purchase arms, and provide training to terrorists.

Maharashtra: Shinde government withdraws award given to the translation of Kobad Ghandy’s book ‘Fractured Freedom’, urban Naxals outrage

An award in the translation category was declared to a former Politburo member of the banned Communist Party of India (Maoist), Kobad Gandhi's book 'Fractured Freedom'. The government has now withdrawn the award and scrapped the committee that recommended the book.

Supreme Court suspends Bombay High Court order acquitting urban Naxal GN Saibaba, says the HC erred by not going into merits of the case

Supreme Court suspended Bombay HC order acquitting GN Saibaba in a case for his links with Maoists, along with 5 others

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