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Family mourns killing of their son by Maoists

General News, Fri, 23 Dec 2011 ANI

Palamu, Dec 23 (ANI): An impoverished family sought justice for their young son who was shot dead by Maoists while traveling to his grandparent's village in Jharkhand's Palamu District on Friday.


According to the family, the child was traveling to his maternal grandmother's village with his maternal grandfather in a local bus when Maoists attacked the bus killing almost everyone present in it on Friday.


Mother of the victim, Sita Devi said that her son was her biggest emotional support as she termed the loss as irrevocable.


"My child was going to his maternal grandmother's village with his grandfather in a local bus when Maoists attacked the bus and gunned him down. My son was my biggest support and I was living for him. We are not very well to do financially and my husband and I were working hard to make our ends meet for the sake of our children. How do we get our son back? Who is answerable for my loss?" said Devi.


The maternal grandfather of the victim, Ram Parvesh sought state government to intervene in the matter and said that it is unjust for an innocent to lose his life amid escalating tensions between police forces and Maoists.


"There is a constant tussle between police authorities and Maoists in the area and our son was a victim of their enmity. What was our son's fault that he had to be pay the price for the tussle? The state government is answerable and we want that it should deliver justice to us with immediacy," said Ram Parvesh.


Despite strong measures initiated by the federal government to eradicate the ultras, the Maoist insurgency has gripped nearly one-third of the country, spreading into the interiors of 20 of India's 28 states. (ANI)


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