Naxalites put this condition before the government for the release of the kidnapped soldier

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-06 20:56:37 IST

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The leaflet issued by the Naxalites also states that they are not opposed to negotiation but it is the government's job to create an atmosphere for this. The jawan will not be released until the government appoints a mediator.

The Naxalites have laid a condition on Tuesday for the release of jawan Rakeshwar Singh Manhas, who was abducted after the encounter on April 3 in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh. In a two-page pamphlet issued by the Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee, where four Naxalites have been killed in the encounter, it has been said that the government will first release Manhas, then appoint a mediator.

Earlier, the police claimed that at least 12 Naxalites were killed in the encounter. Naxalites said in the leaflet issued that OD Sannu, Padam Lakhma, Kovasi Budhru and Nupa Suresh were killed in the encounter. They have not found the dead body of Sannu from them. In the same leaflet, it has also been claimed that the Force has 14 weapons and two thousand cartridges.

As a proof of this, pictures of weapons have also been released. The leaflet also states that they are not opposed to negotiation, but it is the government's job to create an atmosphere for this. The jawan will not be released until the government appoints a mediator. Till then he will be safe with us.

On the other hand, the police is making all-out efforts to release the kidnapped jawan. Bastar IG Sundararaj P said that the mediators of the village, including the media, have been engaged in this work. Extensive searching of the area is also being done. The jawan is not yet known, but he will be released soon.

On Tuesday, the media team went to that area. The villagers asked the media team to stay in the village itself and sent a message to the Naxalites. But the message came that we should return. After this, his form came in the evening. However, the villagers said that the jawan is safe. He has been treated. He was surrounded by Naxalites on the day of the encounter. Then he raised his hand and surrendered.

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