Chhattisgarh encounter: Maoists release photo of missing CoBRA soldier

Chhattisgarh encounter: Maoists release photo of missing CoBRA soldier
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Naveen S Garewal
Tribune News Service
Hyderabad, April 7

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The Communist Party of India (Maoist) on Wednesday demanded negotiations with the federal government for the release of Commando Rakeshwas Singh Manha.

While releasing an image of the missing CRPF man from the Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA), the Maoists claimed that the Commando was within the captivity of the Naxals. 

Maoists claimed that Manhan has been missing since April 3 from the Sukh-Bijapur border in Chattisgarh. Reportedly, he was looking out the jungle space. 

Along with the image, the Maoist get together additionally shared a two-page letter and stated that it was prepared to barter with the central authorities, and in addition requested to nominate a mediator to barter the release of Manhas. 

Media studies acknowledged that Manhas’s spouse Meenu has once more requested the federal government to take the mandatory steps to hunt the release of her husband. 

“Senior officials take action against jawans who join duty one day late after completing leave. Why are the officials not acting swiftly on my husband’s case? Please appoint mediators and expedite the process of releasing my husband at the earliest,” Meenu was quoted saying. 

In the April 3 encounter, 24 safety private died, 31 had been injured and one is of their custody. Maoists admit that they’d additionally misplaced 4 males within the struggle between them and the CoBRA males. 

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