The team observed that on the night of March 15 a group of four tribals went to the forest on a hunting trip with country-made firearms.
The team alleged that the police opened fire on the tribals without any warning while they were returning from the forest.Appala Narsa further said that the police had killed two innocent tribals branding them Maoists.
Two others managed to flee the spot and there was no evidence to establish the tall claims of police that an exchange of fire took place, the team added.
The police caught him, took him to a location and gunned him down.
The Girijana Sangham secretary demanded the government to register cases against the police under Section 302 of IPC and asked for compensation for the family members of the deceased.According to Appala Narsa, Bhushanam died on the spot having suffered severe injuries, while injured Jamandar tried to flee.
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