Asha: Efforts to rescue captive cobra commandos intensify, Naxalites ready for talks

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On April 2, the country lost 23 soldiers in a Naxal ambush attack on a security force team in Chhattisgarh. More than 30 jawans are undergoing treatment. A young man of the same team was missing from the time of Ambush, later it was revealed that he was taken hostage by these people. Now his picture has been released by the Naxalites.

The jawan is the commando of CRPF’s COBRA team, his name is Rajeshwar Singh Manhas. Before the picture was released, no one knew what he was in. His family has prayed for his release from the government.

While Rajeshwar Singh’s mother and wife have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the government should bring Rajeshwar home. At the same time, a video of Rajeshwar Singh’s younger daughter has also surfaced on social media, in which she is sitting in her uncle’s lap repeatedly asking the same question, when will Papa come?

Meanwhile, the Hindustan Times has reported that the Naxalites have placed a condition to leave Rajeshwar. According to him, he wants the government to appoint someone for negotiation and mediation. Earlier, the banned CPI (M) in the country issued a press release and clarified that they want to leave Rajeshwar, provided the government appoints an ‘independent person for mediation.

The public is reacting to the picture of Rajeshwar which has come out from the base of Naxalites. Many people praised his courage and said that Indian army is not afraid under any circumstances. People are also sharing a photo of the greetings together. Many are looking at the fear disappearing from their faces and saying that in such a situation only our soldier can remain fearless.

This photo came after a demonstration in Rajeshwar’s home state of Jammu about his release from his family. Maoist leader Naxalite on the phone of journalist Raja Rathore, who belongs to Sukma area of ​​Chhattisgarh, first Sent by option number.

Update:-Meenu Manhas, wife of jawan abducted by naxalites after Bijapur attack, appeals to PM Modi, The naxalites have assured to release the jawan.

According to the PTI report, IG Sundarraj P of Bastar Range said that the situation was being monitored properly and every effort was being made to rescue Rajeshwar.

Hope Rajeshwar reaches his home as soon as possible.

When will my father come? This is what the five-year-old daughter of cobra commandos, hostage to Naxalites, is crying about!

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Mirza Shehnaz
Mirza Shehnaz
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