Chhattisgarh Naxal Attack: Rakeshwar Singh Manhas Release

Rakeshwar Singh Manhas News

Rakeshwar Singh Manhas Release: CRPF jawan Rakeshwar Singh, who was abducted on April 3 during an encounter in Bijapur, Chhattisgarh, was released by the Naxalites on Thursday. His family breathed peace after the news of Rakeshwar Singh being released.

Rakeshwar Singh Manhas Release

Talking to Spot News 18 and remembering the past, Rakeshwar Singh’s wife became very emotional. He said that the last six days had been the enormous clock in his life. She said that she never gave up hope of Rakeshwar Singh’s return, and she was confident that her husband would come back.

Rakeshwar Singh Manhas Release News

Rakeshwar’s wife thanked the government.

Rakeshwar Singh’s wife further said- “I want to thank those who have ensured her husband a safe release. This memorable moment of hers will never be forgotten.” His wife further said – The most challenging day was on Sunday when she did not know exactly how her husband was and whether he was alive or not. So Sunday was the most challenging day. He said that my family also had a lot of support in this matter.

Rakeshwar Singh’s wife said- I was nervous.

Rakeshwar Singh’s wife said that she was very nervous on Sunday when she realised that the bodies of the soldiers had been found in Bijapur. After that, he thought that when the dead bodies of those soldiers have been found, then their husbands’ bodies may also be found. But the list was released in the evening, in which he was said to be missing. It further said that they would be searched. Rakeshwar Singh’s wife further told that they are delighted now.

With this, Rakeshwar Singh’s daughter said that I want my father to come home as soon as possible. Rakeshwar Singh’s mother, after hearing the news of her son’s release, said that six days were tough for her. He said that today he is pleased because the notice of Rakeshwar’s release has been received. He said that his son has everyone’s prayers, and the government did everything for his family.

Significantly, on 3 April, Naxalites took Rakeshwar Singh Manhas hostage by attacking security forces in the Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh. In this attack, 22 security personnel were martyred, and many soldiers were injured.