The police said that Naxals were expected to make every possible attempt to disrupt polling in Gadchirol.
In the last three months, police have picked up 50 youths and charged them with being Naxals.
A search operation has been launched to nab the attackers.
Newly inaugurated training centre imparts computer skills to jawans.
The Minister said Naxals are using sophisticated weapons like LMG, AK-47 etc. for attacks on security forces.
Bridges and roads pending for many years have been completed.
The government is dealing with the matter not only for Gadchiroli but for all places.
The government is planning to deploy young IPS officers who would lead assault teams against the armed rebels in the affected states.
Searches at the spot uncovered one country made rifle, and walkie talkies.
As reported earlier, similar recoveries have been made from the same lake since 2006 and till date over 3,500 of live cartridges have been recovered.
The global body has termed the Maoist movement as one of the biggest threats to India’s internal security.
Two such Naxal couples are even about to become parents, but unfortunately one of the two men died of some ailment before he could enjoy parenthood.
Bapu Gonda Talandi, 40, was intercepted by a group on a road near his Neelamgudam village in Aheri tehsil early in the morning and his throat was slit with a sharp weapon.
In the 2009 general elections, Bastar and Kanker seats had witnessed voter turnout of 47.33 and 57.20 per cent respectively.
Lalsu Pungati, 25, was shot seven times by an “action team of Naxals” comprising five to six members around 3 pm when Pungati was on an intelligence mission.