Naxalites release seven youths and thirty-four villagers that were held hostages.

Naxalites release seven youths and thirty-four villagers that were held hostages.

Dispatch News.

On Tuesday, the Naxals released the 34 villagers, including seven young men that they took from Chhattisgarh's Sukma. All the villagers have reached their home safely late at night. The Naxals suspected the youth of being police informers. The Naxalites had also taken 27 people hostage, who had gone to save them. Today, the villagers got released by holding a Jan Adalat in Tolavarti.

Armed Naxalites kidnapped them on the night of July 18 in the Kuded village of the Jagargunda area. The next day, 14 villagers left for the forest for their release, but they also did not return. After this, on Tuesday, two villagers were sent back by the Naxalites. He had a list of 13 names given to Naxalites. These 34 villagers disappeared without a trace.

On Tuesday, the police sent a force to the village. The Naxalites released all the villagers late at night. The Naxalites have talked about giving the last chance to all these youths.

The Sarva Adivasi Samaj had appealed to the Naxalites to release the kidnapped youths. The representatives of the society had said that all must be released without any harm. The police said that the matter is under investigation. The villagers are no longer cooperating with the Naxalites. So now they are carrying out such incidents.