The naxalite–maoist insurgency is an ongoing conflict between maoist groups, known as the naxalites control territory throughout bihar, jharkhand and andhra maoist attacks continued, primarily on government and police targets the maoists in march, who demand the release of 30 maoist cadres (presently in jail).
These attacks were carried out by maoists who entered into telangana from chhattisgarh after crossing the godavari river. The cpi (maoist) party's leadership, according to sources, is planning to give extensive training in attack and counter attack to its women. A majority of the naxal leadership hails from a single district of telangana, a legacy that haunts its demand for statehood he led the march 2007 attack on a state police camp in ranibodli, chhattisgarh, that killed 55.
Police in telangana's bhadradri kothagudem are on high alert after outlawed maoists intensified their activity in the tribal areas of the district.
In the wake of friday's encounter involving the death of 10 maoists on chhattisgarh-telangana border, official spokesperson of the cpi (maoist).