The truth of Jheeram Valley will come out: Home Minister Sharma said – Our government will make the report public, many Congress leaders were murdered

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Raipur. The report of the much talked about Jheeram Ghati massacre in Chhattisgarh is going to be made public soon. State Home Minister Vijay Sharma has given a big statement regarding this matter. During a discussion with journalists in Jagdalpur, when Deputy CM Sharma was asked about making the Jheeram report public, he said that our government will make the Jheeram report public.

The Deputy CM also took a dig at former CM Bhupesh Baghel in this case and said that he has kept the evidence in his pocket but is not taking it out. That too will have to be removed. Let us tell you that Bhupesh Baghel has been continuously giving the statement that he has the evidence of Jheeram scandal. The Baghel-led Congress government had also constituted a SIT to investigate the matter afresh, but its investigation has not started yet.

This is the whole matter

On 25 May 2013, Naxalites attacked the Congress convoy in Jheeram Valley (Bastar). In this attack, many big leaders including the then State Congress President Nand Kumar Patel, former Union Minister VC Shukla and former Leader of Opposition Mahendra Karma were killed. At that time, there was a BJP government in the state under the leadership of Dr. Raman Singh. Since this incident, there has been continuous politics regarding it. Congress leaders call it a political conspiracy and accuse the BJP government of hiding the truth. Whereas BJP tries to put Congress leaders in the dock in this matter.

Naxalites had attacked the convoy

Before the assembly elections in 2013, Congress took out a Parivartan Yatra across the state. This Yatra also reached Bastar division. After the meeting in Sukma, the entire convoy of Congress leaders, which included Nand Kumar Patel, his son Dinesh Patel, Mahendra Karma, Vidyacharan Shukla, former MLA Uday Mudliyar, Konta MLA Kawasi Lakhma and many other Congress leaders, workers and security personnel, left. As soon as the convoy of Congress leaders reached Jheeram Valley in Bastar, the Naxalites who were already lying in wait attacked them. A total of 33 people died in this incident. Only Kawasi Lakhma was able to escape safely from there.

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