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Published on Apr 23, 2012
Faced with the April 25 deadline set by the Maoists, the Chhattisgarh government has suspended the anti-Naxal operations in Bastar region in the wake of abduction of Sukma district collector Alex Paul Menon. The state government has asked the security forces not to conduct any offensive against the Maoists in the Bastar region till he is freed by the extremists, official sources said. The decision has been taken to ensure safety of the 32-year-old 2006 batch IAS officer, who was abducted by the Maoists on Saturday from Sukma district's Majhipara village when he was holding a meeting as part of the government's outreach programme Special Gram Suraj Abhiyan, they said. "Since he has been kidnapped, there has been no video or audio clip from them (Maoists). So, everyone is wondering whether he is fine or not. There is no news. We have requestedthe government to take some kind of initiative to know about his well-being," a worried Asha, wife of Menon, said. TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami discusses the situation with Asha Menon, wife of abducted collector Alex Paul Menon. Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :-