Despite the sustained counter-revolutionary Operation Prahaar-3, actions continue to be carried out by the people and their army, the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA), under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) [CPI(Maoist)] in the ongoing people's war.

On December 10, an exchange of fire between suspected forces of the PLGA and reactionary security forces of the old Indian state took place at the Kurumgarh police station in Behratoli, Gumla, Jharkhand. According to Police sources: “around 10.30pm, a group of Maoists were spotted marching towards the building by cops who were staying on the first floor. When the police asked them to stop, they fired a few rounds. The policemen also retaliated, after the rebels escaped in the jungle. The mentioned police station, as we reported, was already attacked on November 25 by use of improvised explosive devices.

On December 9, a construction site in Chhattisgarh's Gariaband distric were attacked and three machines and a tractor engaged in construction work were set ablaze. According to the Indian authorities combatants of the PLGA “[…] reached the construction site, located over 200 km from the state capital Raipur, and set ablaze a tractor, a JCB machine and two concrete mixer machines parked there[…]” In accordance with information of the “New Indian Express” the private construction contractors in the area had been asked to stop their work.

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On December 6, a road roller were torched by suspected PLGA members in Eturnagaram, Telangana. According to information of “New Indian Express” a letter were left, which “urged the citizens to make the 21st anniversary of their People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) a grand success. The activists also requested the people to take part in their fight against the corrupt Telangana government, which would eventually help the party strengthen its base in the State.”