Chhattisgarh: Naxalites release CRPF jawan taken hostage after Bijapur encounter

Bijapur (Chhattisgarh): Big news has come from Chhattisgarh. According to sources, the CRPF jawan, who was abducted by the Naxalites five days ago, has been released. 

The name of the hostage jawan is Rakeshwar Singh. This jawan was taken hostage by the Naxalites after the Bijapur encounter. Since then, the demand for the release of the commando of the CRPF’s Cobra Battalion was being raised throughout the country.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Naxalites had revealed that Rakeshwar Singh was in their custody. The Naxalites had put forward conditions for his release. In order to prove that Rakeshwar was in their possession, the Naxalites had also released his photo of them on Wednesday morning, 

In this photo, Rakeshwar was sitting in a hut built in the forest. The way they were sitting, it seemed that he was talking with someone. It is worth noting that on Tuesday, the Naxalites issued a press note stipulating that the government should announce the names of the arbitrators for talks, after which they will hand over the commando of the CRPF’s Cobra Battalion

Soon after the Biujapurencounter, the Naxalites had called a journalist from Bastar and informed that Rakeshwar Singh Manhar, the missing jawan of the Cobra Battalion, was in their possession. Then the Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee issued a press note and said this. When he felt that people are not convinced right now, the photo of Rakeshwar has been released on Wednesday.

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