Three Maoists behead BJP chief in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh: Details2 min read
In a horrific incident of focused killing by left-wing terrorists in Chhattisgarh, a Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) chief Neelkanth Kakkem was brutally hacked to loss of life within the state’s Bijapur district on Sunday, February 5. According to stories, three Maoists, who got here armed, dragged the BJP Mandal president of Usoor Block out of his home and beheaded him in entrance of his members of the family.
The chief had reportedly gone to his ancestral home within the Awapalli village in Usoor Tehsil within the Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh to attend the marriage of his sister-in-law when he was attacked with axes and knives by left-wing terrorists.
On receiving the knowledge, the police reached the spot and despatched the physique for autopsy. A case has been registered beneath related sections and a probe into the homicide was initiated.
“It has been learned that the armed cadres of the proscribed CPI (M) attacked Neelkanth with axes and other sharp weapons till he collapsed and died on the spot,” Chandrakant Gavarna, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ACP) stated.
The ACP additional stated, “We received news that Maoists have killed a civilian in Paikram village under Awapalli police station limits, following which a police team immediately rushed to the spot and seized the video.”
The ACP additional added that in keeping with info acquired, over 150 armed Maoists had arrived within the village to hold out the assault, however solely three reached the BJP chief’s home and attacked him. The Maoists have been in plain garments.
Meanwhile, Lalita Kakkem, Neelkanth Kakkem’s spouse, acknowledged that three people forcibly pulled Neelkanth outdoors the house and brutally hacked him in entrance of members of the family and different locals earlier than fleeing the scene.
According to authorities, the Maoists had already issued an ultimatum to the deceased BJP chief.
Notably, there’s a lengthy and countless record of safety personnel and civilians killed within the assaults carried out by left-wing terrorists in Chhattisgarh. These assaults have been a grim reminder of the menace of Maoist terrorism afflicting the state.