Tribune News Service
New Delhi, April 8
After six days of captivity, the kidnapped CRPF’s CoBRA commando Rakeshwar Manhas has been released by the Maoist on Thursday, a senior official in the safety institution right here confirmed the event.
According to sources in the Chhattisgarh police, the secure launch of the Commando was doable after constructive engagement and perusal of the mediators, appointed by the state authorities and Padma Shri Sharmapal Saini, who additionally performed an vital position in the method.
The sources mentioned as of now, the CoBRA commando together with a staff of journalists and the 2 mediators are on the best way again to Basaguda CRPF camp, the place he would bear a medical checkup. They went on so as to add that the jawan was released to the negotiation staff at Tarem, the place close to the encounter web site in entrance of tons of of the villagers.
Responding to the decision of the Naxal, the Chhattisgarh authorities had appointed a two-member negotiation staff to mediate the hostage disaster.
Manhas, a resident of Jammu, was kidnapped final Saturday through the fierce encounter of a joint staff of safety forces with the Maoists in which 22 jawans had been killed and a number of other injured.