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Abducted railway officials set free

india Updated: Oct 21, 2008 15:15 IST

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All the four railway officials, who were abducted five days ago, have been released unharmed in Hazaribag, police said.

The officials, two deputy station managers -- SD Ekka and S K Kujur, assistant station master Kamal Kishore and guard Munsi Prasad -- were found from village in Hazaribag's Barkagaon, Superintendent of Police Praveen Kumar Singh said here.

All of them were kidnapped on October 15 from Mccluskieganj railway station, about 50 km from Ranchi.

He claimed intensive raids by the police forced the abductors to set them free.

Singh said all the official, who were set free last night, were in good health.

Soon after their kidnap, union workers of the railways observed 'chhaka jam' for two days, holding up several trains in the central industrial coalfield and grandchord sections in Dhanbad division.