Also in the first weeks of December, various media reported on actions by or encounters with the PLGA led y the CPI(Maoist) in Peoples' War in India. In the following we will report on some of them.


On December 17, a executive employee of a road construction company were killed on a construction side in Jandraguda village in the district of Malkangiri in Odisha near the border toChhattisgarh. The construction manager has been warned several times in the past to stop the road construction work, which is primarily intended to clear the rainforest so that the reaction can intensify its efforts to fight People' War.(The CPI(Maoist) is not against infrastructure and technological progress) After repeatedly ignoring these warnings, a unit of suspected PLGA militants stormed the site, executed the construction manager and set several construction vehicles on fire.


On December 15, another road construction site in Aalwada village in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district were attacked. A unknown number of armed persons, also suspected as members of the PLGA rushed the construction site and set ablaze a truck, a JCB machine, a bulldozer, a grader machine and two tractor-trolleys.


On December 13, suspected Maoists killed a local police informer Vakapalli villagein Visakhapatanam District of Andhra Pradesh. Previously, the person who was allegedly involved in the murder of 28 Maoists was asked to quit acting for the reaction. Accoeding to the newspaper "Times of India" left back a statement.


Also on December 13, an ambush were carried out aginst a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)’s elite Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA) near Kasaram Nala in Sukma district of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh. Suspected PLGA combatants triggered an IED planted next to a CoBRA team on an "Anti-Naxal-Operation", killing a deputy commandant.


On December 03, an exchange of fire was reported between a group of suspected Maoists and CRPF personnelin the Palamu forested area of Jharkhand. There are no reports of any losses, but the reaction claims to have seized ammunition and other materials of the PLGA after the incident.