Reported on: February 10, 2011 22:40 PM
Reported in: Sports
Dhaka, Feb 10 (UNB) - An Indian national kabaddi player was shot dead by the Central Reserve Police Force in Patna, capital of Indian state of Bihar, on Wednesday night, reports Rediff News.
Shocked and annoyed at the brutal of the paramilitary force deployed for anti-Maoist operation, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has asked the central government to immediately withdraw the CRPF stationed in stadium and educational institutions across Bihar.
Elite paramilitary CRPF have been deployed in the Maoist-hit areas about two years ago to fight out the red rebels.
"The state government has written letters to CRPF authorities in the past urging them to vacate its camp at Moinul Haque stadium and colleges in Bihar," Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Thursday.
"Our officials will meet CRPF officials soon and ask them to shift their camps from the sports stadium and the colleges in Bihar," Kumar said.
Jaswant Singh, a CRPF jawan, had shot dead Kabbadi player Manisha, 21, a railway employee, near Bahadurpur railway crossing in Patna on Wednesday night.