Deceased Ramamurthy Gatpalli was living in Ussur for several years. Earlier he lived in Polampally. Ramamurthy was working as a salesman at a rice selling center in Usur Block Sadar. Bijapur Collector sacked Ramamurthy two months ago after irregularities in paddy collection were detected.
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of Chhattisgarh Bijapur district The attackers killed a young man with a sharp weapon in the paddy selling center of Usur Block Sadar. The deceased has been identified as Ramamurthy Gatpalli. This incident happened around 10 am on Friday. According to the sources of the witnesses present at the scene, Bijapur District Md Usur Block Headquarters At 10 am the paddy selling center of K. was crowded with farmers, all the farmers had arrived to sell their paddy. In this crowd the late Ramamurthy Gatpalli also arrived to sell paddy. Meanwhile, some assailants came and suddenly attacked the deceased Ramamurthy Gatpalli with sharp weapons.
According to eyewitnesses, the ambush did not give the deceased a chance to recover and he fell to the ground bleeding. At that time, the attackers warned the witnesses present there that if anyone takes the deceased to the hospital, the same thing will happen to him. According to eyewitnesses, the assailants were carrying a traditional weapon as well as a country-made katta, suggesting that the assailants were affiliated with the Maoist outfit.
Salesman dies at paddy buying centre, found guilty
According to the report, the deceased Ramamurthy Gatpalli was living in Ussur for several years. Earlier he lived in Polampally. Ramamurthy was working as a salesman at a paddy selling center in Usur Block Sadar. Bijapur Collector sacked Ramamurthy two months ago after irregularities in paddy collection were detected.
The police have denied any Naxalite connection in the incident
There is panic in the area due to this incident in broad daylight in Usur block headquarters of Bijapur. People are linking the incident with Naxalite connection. However, the police has categorically denied the Maoist incident and said it will investigate. SP Anjaneya Vaishnav said that no Maoist leaflets were recovered from the spot. Due to which it cannot be linked with the Naxalite incident. However, the matter is being looked into from all sides.