IED in Dhamtari: Security forces have got a big success in Chhattisgarh. Around 10 kg IED planted by Naxalites in Dhamtari has been neutralised. Let us tell you that different types of campaigns are run in Chhattisgarh to eliminate Naxalism. Even after this, the news of Naxalite attacks from the state does not diminish.
Recently, Naxalites, with a reward of Rs 8 lakh, surrendered in Sukma. Police had told that a Naxalite named Muya Sodhi has surrendered here. According to the police, the surrender of the Naxalites will reveal the proper structure, financial supply network and local network of the Naxal groups.
IED in Dhamtari Destroyed
Sukma Superintendent of Police (SP) Sunil Sharma said that on August 14 and 15, red posters were put up by a Naxal group against other outside Naxal leaders who were being forced to join their outfit. From those posters, we can trace an internal conflict between them.
Apart from this, the drones being used by the Naxalites in the entire Dandakaranya area, including Bastar, have become a new challenge for the force. The police are now looking for an anti-drone system to deal with their drones. For this, talks are going on with many companies of the country and the world. By installing an anti-drone system, the force can mess up the wavelength and frequency of the drones of Naxalites. They can jam and even drop them by electronic means. Such anti-drone devices have come into the market in recent times.
The police are finding out how useful these are and which company’s electronic device would be appropriate to install. Soon the anti-drone system will be installed in the highly Naxal affected camps of Bastar. Indeed, unmanned aircraft or drones are of great importance in modern warfare. Naxalites cannot get around the bases of the force, but use drones to get information about what activities are going on within the camp, how many people and how many weapons are there, etc. This information has been available for the last two years. Drones were sighted over Palodi and Kistaram camps in the Sukma district last year. However, by the time the jawans took action, the drones had disappeared.