Terrorist Incidents in Maharashtra, India

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Recent Events

Event ID Date State Event
68985-141286-358625 4/28/2014 Maharashtra The Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres axed a Police trooper, identified as Lalsu Pungati and then shot him dead from close range in a weekly market in Gyrapatti village in Korchi tehsil (revenue unit) of Gadchiroli District on April 27, reports The Times of India.
68796-140869-357473 4/15/2014 Maharashtra In the statement, Maoist spokesman Gudsa Usendi said PLGA cadres attacked the bus suspecting that security personnel were travelling.
68492-140242-355835 3/27/2014 Maharashtra The Crime Branch of the Police arrested three persons and seized over INR 1.1 million from the office of a courier service provider in Nanded District on March 26, reports The Times of India.
68267-139782-354646 3/11/2014 Maharashtra Maharashtra Police on March 10 arrested two persons along with high quality Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICNs) worth INR 200,000 from Loha city of Nanded District, reports The Times of India.
68217-139672-354380 3/7/2014 Maharashtra Separately, a Delhi-based estate agent, Dinesh Singh alias Megh Singh who is believed to be a key link with FICN racket was arrested on March 6 by the Central Intelligence Unit (CIU) in Mumbai, reports The Times of India.
68174-139578-354159 ¾/2014 Maharashtra A band of Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres killed a villager, identified as Channu Madavi (58), in Kuthegaon village in Dhanora sub-division in Gadchiroli District in the night on March 1, reports The Times of India.


Violence Spatial Dimension in 2013 Time-Series Dimension

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District Number of Events
Garhchiroli 116
Nandurbar 13
Solapur 3
Thane 60
Jalgaon 11
Buldana 6
Nagpur 24
Bhandara 20
Pune 48
Washim 7
Ahmednagar 5
Sangli 4
Aurangabad 16
Greater Bombay 11
Satara 8
Ratnagiri 3
Kolhapur 2
Nashik 14
Hingoli 2
Raigarh 5
Gondiya 18
Amravati 8
Chandrapur 14
Yavatmal 6
Jalna 2
Akola 1
Bid 4
Parbhani 2
Nanded 4
Wardha 2

The original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.