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RAIPUR/KORAPUT: Seven Maoists, Including Four Women, Were Killed In Two Separate Encounters In The Koraput District Of Dantewada And Odisha Del # X27; S On Wednesday. In Dantewada, Two Of Them Were Killed Early In The Morning By Security Forces Who Received Information From 60 To 70 Rebels In The Village Of Gonderas, On The Border Of The Districts Of Dantewada And Sukma.

The Joint Team Was Comprised Of Approximately 250 Staff Members Of The District Reserve Guard (DRG), STF And The Newly Formed Danteshwari Ladake Women's Command.

The Dantewada SP Abhishek Pallava Said The Team Was Attacked By The Rebels While Crossing The Village Of Gonderas, Which Caused Intense Shooting.

The Maoists Confronted The Forces For More Than One Hour Before Being Forced To Retire.

SP Said That There Was Confirmed Information From The Jawans That Two Maoists, Among Them One Woman, Were Killed. However, Only The Body Of The Woman Was Found And Has Not Yet Been Identified. The Police Suspect That She Is A Leading Leader Of Maoist Battalion Number 1 Since She Was In Possession Of A. The Drag Marks On The Site Indicate That At Least One Body Was Dragged. A 12-Hole Pistol And Some Maoist Publications Were Also Seized Of The Place.

In Koraput, Five Armed Maoists, Among Them Three Women, Died In A Meeting In The Forests Along The Odisha-Andhra Pradesh Border. Police Said They Had Received Information About The Presence Of Maoists In The Kituba Forests And Launched An Operation With The Staff Of (SOG) And A Team Of The District Voluntary Force (DVF).

The Maoists Fired At Our Men And Forced Us To Take Reprisals. The Operation Was Meticulously Executed. There Are No Injuries Or Victims On Our Part, Said DGP R P Sharma, Adding That The Meeting Lasted About 30 Minutes.

There Were More Than 20 Armed Paintings In The Moment Of The Shooting, Police Said. Five Bodies Were Found From The Encounter Site. Remaining Rebels Fled The Place, Said SP (Koraput) Kanwar Vishal Singh.

Police Believe That The Deceased Rebels Belonged To The Nandapur Area Committee Of The Outlawed CPI (Maoist), Which Works Under The Border Division Malkangiri-Koraput-Visakhapatnam (MKVBD) Led By Maoist Leader Ramachandra Reddy, Alias ​​Chalapathi.

Also Found On The Site Are Two Insia Rifles And An Equal Number Of Automatic Loading Rifles, Equipment Bags, Battery Chargers.