NEW DELHI - Two Indian policemen have been killed in an alleged attack by Maoist rebels, reported *BBC* link.
They were ambushed on Tuesday morning in the central state of Chhattisgarh, which is often hit by Maoist violence.
The attack comes days after rebels blew up a vehicle of India’s central paramilitary force, killing four personnel.
“Today our patrolling party was ambushed by Naxals,” Deputy Inspector General P Sundar Raj told *ANI* news agency. He added that two other police officers were also injured in the attack.