Maoists free two abducted rail employees

Maoists released two abducted railway employees at an isolated place about five km from Chakant railway halt in Bihar`s Gaya district, a top official said.

Last Updated: May 22, 2011, 19:27 PM IST

Gaya: Maoists on Sunday released two
abducted railway employees at an isolated place about five km
from Chakant railway halt in Bihar`s Gaya district, a top
official said.

Leverman Suresh Ram and Dhanraj Paswan, were released
by the Maoists at a spot, about five kms away from halt number
65C, from where they were abducted by the ultras last night,
Additional Director General of Police (ADGP), Railways, S K
Bhardwaj said.
The Naxalites abducted the railway employees during
their 48-hour bandh call in Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and
Orissa.
The ultras had burnt down a log book and taken away
the telephone set and the keys of a cabin of the railway halt,
Bhardwaj said.

PTI