Ranchi, Oct 9(ANI): Exhibiting magnanimity, wife of slain Jharkhand Special Branch police inspector Francis Induwar, on Friday forgave the Maoists who killed her husband.
She has asked the Maoists to take a lesson from her gratitude and put a stop to such brutal activities.
"Those who made me a widow and orphaned my children should take a lesson from my forgiveness and say not resort to such brutal acts in future," said Sunita to media at her home.
"This unfortunate incident that happened with me should not happen to anyone else in society. They (Maoists) should join mainstream society and work towards development so that peace prevails," said Sunita.
On September 30, Maoists had kidnapped Induwar from Jharkhand's Khunti district. It is believed that they wanted release of their two leaders Kobad Ghandy and Chatrodhar Mahato, arrested by law enforcement authorities in New Delhi and West Bengal respectively earlier in September.
Induwar's body was found on the Jamshedpur-Ranchi Highway at 9.15 a.m. on October 6. It was then reported that a note had been found that warned the government that they could expect more of the same treatment if their demands were not acceded to. (ANI)