Kabra said Naxals opened fire on the police team which was patrolling in the area.
The jawans accidentally stepped on a pressure bomb planted by the extremists, leading it to explode.
The Bill also says that a district magistrate will have to be intimated 30 days prior to the conversion.
The Maoist cadres were gunned down after an exchange of fire in the forests
The Indian Express had reported that uniforms and boots of the dead CRPF personnel were found in a garbage dump of the hospital.
Agrawal’s family runs a flourishing business in gudakhu, a product believed to be the biggest cause of oral cancer in the state.
Ciprofloxacin, the drug consumed by women during a recent sterilisation camp, confirmed that it contained “rat poison”.
Almost all the women who died in Chhattisgarh’s sterilisation tragedy left behind a child less than a year old, the youngest born just a month ago.
Under the guidelines, a doctor cannot conduct more than 10 such surgeries in a day.
Dr. S.K. Mandal says the surgeon was arrested late Wednesday after he had gone into hiding.
The laparoscopic tubectomies took place without the knowledge of the trust that ran the facility.
As was the case with the earlier surgeries, several of the women who were operated in Pendra have been admitted in Bilaspur hospitals today.
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