Naxalites Abducted 3 People in Bihar


Three people, including Bhalui Mukhiya, have been abducted by Naxalites on Monday night from Mananpur Basti of Chanan block in Lakhisarai district of Bihar. However, the Naxalites have not left any papers, due to which the Naxalites themselves are not able to confirm the incident.

Chanan’s CRPF, STF and local police have initiated action in this matter. According to rural sources, several people came in late Monday night at around 11 pm and Ganesh Rajak, a resident of Mananpur Basti, head of Bhalui Panchayat, his nephew cum panchayat teacher Ravindra Rajak of Uttam Middle School Singhchak and Sood businessman Rajendra Yadav were abducted. Maoists tied their hands and took them with them. Ravindra Rajak was present at the chief’s house late at night.

Rajendra Yadav is picked up by the Naxalites from his own house. In this case, the Naxalites have not left any form, it is difficult to decide whether the incident is ultimately done by the Naxalites or by some criminal organization. There has been an atmosphere of panic in the village since the incident.

There has been an atmosphere of panic in the village since the incident. The family is avoiding to give any statement in this matter. Due to the late night incident, the police could not take any action during the night. Here, let me tell you that a year ago, the supporter of the former chief, Madan Yadav and his driver were killed by the Naxalites with a bullet.

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