- Indian police on Monday in the eastern state of Odisha Maoist rebels slain eighteen. Never before this insurgent group lost so many people in a shootout with police.
The Maoists fighting in the eastern and central India already against the state for decades. The rebels believe that the government at the expense of the poor plunder the east of the country.
This time the police hit her battle after a tip and chased a group of about thirty men to come to a gunfight. The police did not give information about casualties in their own ranks. In July, the Maoists killed ten policemen at a sudden attack. In total this year 337 people by violence from leftist extremists.