Maoists killed a 30-year-old man who was known as a “police informer” and reportedly held responsible for the deaths of 3 Maoists.
Maoists killed 30-year-old Sunil Paswan and left leaflets near his body, which said he was a police informer and was responsible for the deaths of 3 Maoists in a police encounter.
Paswan, a resident of the Pasiya Bhandari Village, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Deo Police Station, was killed on November 7, 2019.
Cadres of the banned CPI (Maoist) killed Paswan in the Aurangabad District of Bihar.
Authorities said Paswan was killed by the Maoists on Thursday evening and his dead body was dumped his body at a nearby forest.
ASP (Additional Superintendent of Police) Rajesh Kumar Singh said leaflets were found near the body of Paswan.
The leaflets called Paswan a “Police Informer” and held him responsible for the deaths of 3 Maoists in a police encounter.
The body of Paswan has been sent for an autopsy.
ASP Singh said they are currently conducting raids to find the murderers of Paswan.