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Tea stall owner abducted and killed by Maoists in Jharkhand

Sudhram Brijia was running a tea-cum-breakfast stall near the Sunset point in Netarhat and was killed for allegedly being a police informer, police said referring to chits recovered from the spot.

By: PTI | Latehar | Published: September 20, 2017 10:17 pm
Slavery, Forced labour, Forces marriages, Sex slaves, Domestic slaves, Global slavery, World news, Indian Express A massive search operation was launched to track down the ultras. Police said as per a chit recovered from the spot, the naxal group has “owned the responsibility” for killing Brijia. (Representational Image)

A tea stall owner abducted three days ago was shot dead allegedly by CPI (Maoists) near Netarhart Sunset Point in naxal-hit Latehar district, police said today. Sudhram Brijia was running a tea-cum-breakfast stall near the Sunset point in Netarhat and was killed for allegedly being a police informer, police said referring to chits recovered from the spot.

A group of Maoists allegedly pumped in four bullets into Brijia’s stomach last night and two empty cartridges were recovered from the spot, sources said. On being informed of the incident, a police team led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Omprakash Tiwari and Officer-in-charge of Netarhat Police station Alok Dubey rushed to the spot and recovered the body today.

A massive search operation was launched to track down the ultras. Police said as per a chit recovered from the spot, the naxal group has “owned the responsibility” for killing Brijia.

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