Jharkhand: Ex-BJP MLA runs away Maoist assault; red rebels slit throats of 2 polices



CHAIBASA: Former BJP MLA from Manoharpur, Gurucharan Nayak, on Tuesday directly got away a Maoist assault in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum area however the red rebels slit the throats of his 2 cops bodyguards as well as nabbed 3 AK-47 rifles prior to leaving from the place, an elderly police officer claimed.

Chakradharpur Sub-local Police Officer Dilip Khalkho claimed that the assault by participants of the prohibited CPI (Maoist) clothing happened in Jheelruwa town in Goilkera police headquarters location after a football match in which Nayak was the primary visitor.

“Soon after the neighborhood football match mored than, the Maoists, that remained in the group of football-watchers, all of a sudden struck Nayak.

He in some way handled to leave with the assistance of his cops bodyguards.

“The Maoists, however, slit the throats of his two policemen bodyguards and snatched their AK-47 rifles. They also snatched a similar rifle from another security personnel and fled the spot,” the police officer claimed.

More safety pressures have actually been sent out to the place which remains in a forested location as well as additional information are waited for, he claimed.

Nayak had a comparable slim retreat when he was struck by Maoists in Anandpur police headquarters location in the area in 2012.