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4 abducted cops killed by Naxals, CM condemns œcowardly act

Raipur:  The bullet-ridden bodies of four police officials, who were abducted on Monday by Naxals, were found today on a road in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bijapur district with notes being dropped near them justifying the killings.The

PTI [ Updated: July 15, 2015 18:37 IST ]
4 abducted cops killed by naxals cm condemns cowardly act
4 abducted cops killed by naxals cm condemns cowardly act

Raipur:  The bullet-ridden bodies of four police officials, who were abducted on Monday by Naxals, were found today on a road in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bijapur district with notes being dropped near them justifying the killings.

The bodies of the four assistant constables were found on a road near Gudma village under Kutru Police Station limits close to the spot from where they were kidnapped by Naxals on Monday, Bijapur Additional Superintendent of Police Indira Kalyan Elesela told PTI.

Reacting to the killings, Chief Minister Raman Singh said in a statement, “It (the incident) has exposed the inhumane, shameless and cowardly attitude of the Naxalites. There is no space for violence in a democratic set-up.” Expressing his deep condolence towards the bereaved families, he said, “The entire society is with the families of the martyred police jawans.”

The rebels had shot dead all the four jawans by holding the so-called ‘Jan Adalat' (peoples' court), near Gudma village last night, a senior police official said.  

The personnel were identified as Jaidev Yadav, Mangal Sodhi and Raju Tela, all posted at Kutru Police Station, while Rama Majji was attached to Bedre Police Station in the region.  “The motive of the Naxals is to demoralise the police force but our brave jawans are facing the menace of Left Wing Extremism with full courage,” the Chief Minister said.  “The cops are determined to free the entire Bastar region from Naxalites,” he said.

The rebels dropped notes near the bodies of the jawans justifying their act, alleging that the police personnel are engaged in torturing innocent tribals and detaining them on false charges in Bastar.

They also wrote a message on a passenger bus cautioning vehicle operators not to take on board police and security personnel in their vehicles.

Meanwhile, state Forest and Law Minister Mahesh Gagda, Director General of Police AN Upadhyay, Additional Director General of Police (anti-Naxal operations) RK Vij, Inspector General of Police (state intelligence) Deepanshu Kabra and other senior officials reached Bijapur from Raipur in helicopter.

They paid homage to the jawans at the Bijapur district headquarters.

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