Patna, July 23 (Calcutta Tube) Suspected Maoists have abducted four people in Bihar’s Rohtas district over a land dispute, police said Friday.
Over 40 armed guerrillas raided Tendua village in Rohtas, about 120 km from here, and abducted four villagers at gunpoint over a land dispute late Thursday.
They freed one man later, police said.
A case has been lodged and an operation launched to recover the abducted villagers.
Early this month, Maoist guerrillas abducted 11 villagers in Kaimur district but freed them later.