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Raipur (Chhattisgarh): As per police sources, the Central Reserve Police Pressure’s (CRPF) jawan Rakeshwar Singh Manhas who went lacking because the lethal encounter in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur has been launched by Maoists who claimed to have held him captive. 

The banned Communist Social gathering of India (Maoist) had beforehand shared a purported picture of the commando of their custody. 

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CRPF’s Rakeshwar Singh Manhas, from the three.25 lakh robust paramilitary drive’s elite CoBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Motion), went lacking throughout a fierce gun battle with a platoon of over 300 Individuals’s Liberation Guerrilla Military (PLGA) in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district final week wherein 22 safety personnel had been killed and 31 injured. 

Reacting to this replace, the CRPF jawan’s spouse Meenu stated: “At this time is the happiest day of my life. I at all times remained hopeful of his return. I thank the federal government”.

Earlier, Bijapur-based reporter Ganesh Mishra had claimed that the Naxalites contacted him on Tuesday night at about 5 PM. He knowledgeable: “I bought a name from their spokesperson by means of an unknown quantity. The jawan was shot, medical therapy is being given, and is in steady situation”.

In accordance with him, he was informed “We’ll launch the jawan in two days if a group is constituted by the federal government for talks with them. The Maoists need the federal government to provide a affirmation of who will likely be within the mediation panel from their finish”.

The reporter additional claimed that the Maoists shared with him a photograph of Commando Rakeshwar Singh within the possession of Naxalites. He added that the Maoist group demanded the state authorities to nominate a group of mediators for the discharge of the commando.



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