New Delhi: Amid the tactical firing at the security forces' camps in Chhattisgarh since the last 10 days, the intelligence agencies have sounded an alert that the Maoists may execute a bigger attack in the state. Sources quoting the intelligence inputs said that the ultras have initiated more than 10 incidents of firing and shelling at the security forces' camps, the latest being on the CRPF's Milpa and Amalgunda camps in Chhattisgarh. Sources also said that the 'Maoists may be planning to execute a bigger attack on the security forces in coming weeks'.
"The Maoists are currently running the Tactical Counter Offensive Campaign (TCOC) in Chhattisgarh. They do it from March to June with a purpose to evaluate the strategy of the security forces and to inflict major damage to the security forces.
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