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- Jammu and Kashmir CRPF Jawan Rakeshwar Singh Manhas. Family Members Protest In Jammu Akhnoor Highway. Demands Release Of CRPF Jawan. Captive By Naxals From Bijapur
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Meenu, the wife of CRPF jawan Rakeshwar Singh Manhas trapped in Naxalite occupation, staged a sit-in on the Jammu-Akhnoor highway on Wednesday. She demanded the government to get her husband out of Naxalite imprisonment as soon as possible. More than 100 local people were also present with him. Meenu said that 4 days have passed since her husband was imprisoned by the Naxalites, but the government is not taking any steps to save them.
The mother of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawan Rakeshwar said that all I need is my son back. Is there no cost to a young man’s life for the government? His father-in-law said how the government could be so insensitive. Four days have passed, but no assurance has been received from the government.
The CRPF jawan Rakeshwar Singh is reported to have been in the possession of the Naxalites, since his family has had a terrible state of crying.
Earlier, Naxalites released a photo of Jawan Rakeshwar Singh. In this, Rakeshwar of CRPF’s Cobra Battalion is seen sitting in the camp of Naxalites. Naxalites have said that Rakeshwar is safe. There are reports of being in Jagaragunda area of Rakeshwar. It is also being said that the place where the jawan is kept is in the vicinity of the village, forest and hills.
CRPF is planning operation for search
CRPF DG Kuldeep Singh had said, “One of our jawans is missing, there is a rumor that he is in the possession of Naxalites, right now we are confirming this news and also planning an operation for the jawan”.
Naxalites are demanding the release of intermediaries
Explain that Rakeshwar Manhas, posted in CRPF’s Cobra Battalion, joined the force in 2011. They were married in 2014. They also have a 5-year-old daughter. He is the only person in the family to earn. On April 3, 22 soldiers were martyred in an encounter with Naxalites in Jiragudem village of Bijapur district. Rakeshwar Singh Manhar, the commando of the CRPF Cobra squad, is in the possession of the Naxalites. The Naxalites have demanded the government to release the names of the arbitrators.
Naxalites also issued a press note on Tuesday. The note claimed to carry 14 weapons and more than 2000 cartridges. He confirmed the deaths of Naxalite Odi Sunny, Kovasi Badru, Padam Lakhama, Madavi Sukkha and Nupa Suresh. It is written in the note that Naxalites could not take Sunny’s body.