Two Maoists lynched in Jharkhand
Ranchi: Two Maoists were lynched by angry villagers in Jharkhand`s Latehar district, police said Friday.
According to the police, five Maoist rebels went to Jalim village of Latehar district late Thursday night and demanded money from the villagers.
The rebels also roughed up some people, which angered the villagers. The villagers started pelting stones and beating them with sticks and iron rods.
Three of the five rebels managed to escape while the remaining two were lynched.
Police reached the village Friday morning and the bodies have been sent for postmortem examination.
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