Red rebels strike again in Chhattisgarh; set on fire seven vehicles
The red rebels struck again in Chhattisgarh and set ablaze as many as seven vehicles in restive Dantewada district.
These vehicles were engaged in road construction work, police sources informed.
They also said that no one has been found to be hurt so far in the incident.
The incident took place late last evening near Toylanka village under Katekalyan police station limits, Dantewada Additional Superintendent of Police Gorakhnath Baghel told media persons.
Under the Prime Minister Gram Sadak Yojna (PMGSY) scheme, a road is being constructed between Gadapal and Badelakhapal villages, located around 450kms away here, he said.
As per preliminary information, a group of armed ultra reached the construction site near Toylanka and torched two tractors, two water tankers, one poclain machine, one road roller and one JCB machine parked there, police said. >