raipur - Certainly 26 Indian paramilitaries came to life on reigns with state rebels in Chhattisgarh on Monday. The soldiers watched a group of road builders according to Indian media when they were taken under fire. Six soldiers were injured.
According to a survivor, the attackers first forwarded villagers as explorers. Then they opened the attack massively. 'They had about three hundred men and we about one hundred and fifty. We just kept shooting, 'said a member of the security forces. 'I shot three or four in the upper body. '
The authorities suspect that Maoist insurgents are behind the attack. According to officials, they are attempting to prevent the construction of a twenty-kilometer road, which provides security forces with better access to the rebel area.
In a previous attack on paramilitaries in the region, twelve deaths last month. Also then soldiers who saw road builders watched the target.