Raipur: Maoists on Wednesday brutally killed four policemen they had abducted in Chhattisgarh’s south Bastar district of Bijapur a couple of days ago. Naxals murdered four auxiliary constables, Jaidev Yadav, Mangal Sori, Raju Tela and Rama Majji, with sharp weapons and threw their bodies on the road near Gudma, barely a km from a paramilitary camp, a senior district police officer told this newspaper.
“Four policemen abducted by ultras were killed. Their bodies were found at a place between Gudma and Kutru villages”, additional director general of police (Naxal operation) R.K.Vij said. “This is a brutal act (by Maoists), since all the four policemen were unarmed”, he added. The four auxiliary constables, former special police officers (SPOs), were abducted at gun point by the ultras when they were going to Kutru from district headquarters town of Bijapur on Monday afternoon. While, two of them were travelling in a passenger bus, two others were going in their motorcycle.