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Chattisgrah Ambush: Maoists released CRPF Jawan Rakeshwar Singh

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The CRPF jawan Rakeshwar Singh, who was imprisoned by the Maoists during the Bijapur attack, left him on 8 April. News agency PTI has given this information. Let me tell you that the banned Communist Party of India took responsibility for the attack by issuing a statement regarding the Maoists attack on the Bijapur-Sukma border in Chhattisgarh. The maosits claimed in their statement that the missing CRPF jawan was in their possession. In the statement, the maoists had demanded intermediaries from the state government and said that only after that they will release the jawan.

In Chhattisgarh, 22 soldiers were martyred in the maoists attack and the soldier Rakeshwar Singh was missing. At the same time, 31 soldiers were injured in this attack.

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Now the wife of CRPF jawan Rakeshwar Singh says that-

Today is the happiest day of my life. I fully expected that he would return. ‘

The daughter of CRPF’s missing jawan had only one wish that her father should return soon. Now his dream has also come true.

Kunti Devi, the mother of Rakeshwar Singh Manhas, says that – ‘We are very happy. I also thank those who are leaving our son. I also thank God. When the government was talking, I had some faith but I could not believe it.

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