Naxals attach constable's property in Jharkhand

 
The Maoist guerrillas on Sunday raided the residence of Chamru Murmu, a constable, and took away his belongings to make him appear before their ‘jan adalat’ (court).
According to police sources, Chamru was wanted by the rebels in connection with the killing of nine ultras in Lango village in 2003. They had sent several messages asking him to appear before the court for trial. As he failed to toe the line, around 25 rebels raided his residence in Astkawali village, within the Gudabanda police station limits, before decamping with his belongings. Chamru’s family fled the house after the incident.

Before leaving the scene, the rebels left posters exhorting the local youths to refrain from joining the police force.

Chamru was an active member of the district administration-aided village protection group and was also instrumental in the killing of nine rebels in Lango village in 2003. Later, he and some others were rewarded with jobs in the police force.

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