A sigh of relief…: 40 passenger buses will run on Ranchi-Chaibasa road from today, ending three days of Maoist captive in the district

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During the three-day detention of the CPI-Maoists, the Maoist organization remained confined to poster war. During this, no major incident was carried out by the Maoists, while during the 3 days of Maoist captive, about 40 buses plying from Ranchi to Chaibasa did not run. The operation of all buses on this route will be normal from Friday morning.

During this bandh, the Maoists tried to spread panic in Kera Jharjhra, Sonua and Goilkera areas of West Singhbhum district by using posters. During this, there is information about the Maoists calling for a one-day captive on November 27 as well. The maximum impact of the three-day closure was in the rural areas. Here, during the three-day bandh called by the CPI-Maoist Maoist organization, a red-coloured banner of CPI-Maoists was found hanging near Tuniya Chowk on Sonua-Goilkera main road on Thursday morning.

On receiving the information, the police reached the spot and recovered the banner. An appeal was made by the CPI-Maoist Maoist organization in this banner to make the three-day bandh successful. At the same time, the bandh of the CPI-Maoists had a massive impact in Sonua and Gudri areas on Thursday for the third day as well. Market shops remained closed and banks in the area were also closed. Passenger vehicles also did not move, causing problems in commuting.


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