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Naxals Kill 3, Blast Police Station in Andhra Pradesh

Three political activists, including a sarpanch, were shot dead and a police station was blasted by People’s War Group (PWG) Naxalites in separate incidents in Andhra Pradesh during last 24 hours. Thirty armed Naxals, including 10 women, went to Addanki police station in Prakasham district, and locked up four constables in the adjacent old police station building before blasting the new building with detonators early on Wednesday, police said here. The new building, which houses offices of the inspector and sub-inspector was totally damaged, police said. The Naxals took away 24 weapons and several rounds of ammunition from the police station and left a note stating the action was in retaliation to a recent encounter in Cuddapah district in which a top Naxal, K M Prasad alias Divakar (a native of Prakasham district), and two others were killed. The extremists also shot dead Dornala Panchayat Samithi sarpanch R Subbarangaiah on Thursday morning when he was coming out of his house, police said, adding he died on the way to hospital. Full Story

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