Maoists free 7 kidnapped labourers in Bihar
Jamui: All seven labourers kidnapped
from Pakari village in the district on December 9 have been
released by Maoists.
The labourers were set free at a hillock near Rajaun
Bishanpur village late Sunday night, Superintendent of Police R
N Singh said on Monday.
The labourers were given a medical check-up in a hospital
before they returned home, he said.
Over 50 heavily-armed guerrillas on December 9 had
kidnapped the labourers working for a private construction
firm from two different sites in Jamui district.
The labourers were kidnapped after the construction firm
failed to meet their demands for money, sources said.
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