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Gadchiroli villagers face wrath of C-60 team after Naxals murder constable - Times of India

24.3.16

Gadchiroli villagers face wrath of C-60 team after Naxals murder constable - Times of India: The squad stormed into the Reknar village, around five kilometers from Hedri, early morning dragging out people from their homes. The villagers were assembled at the Ghotul or community centre before the commandos started raining blows on them mercilessly using hands and also canes. Several women were also beaten in their home as the menfolk were dragged out.

Ranu Pungati, in his teens, was the worst victim when red chilli powder was thrust down his throat. Unconfirmed sources also claimed that Pungati, who worked at family owned farm, had to be rushed to hospital when some chilli powder was also smeared and pushed into his anus.


Dasrath Usendi, a local farmer, said four villagers bore the brunt of police atrocity while others were slapped and kicked.


"After having vented their wrath, police also whisked away four people to their post but released them in the evening," he said "A day later, villagers lodged protest before tehsildar and sub-divisional police officer (SDPO) but nothing happened," he said.


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