The three surviving policemen of the four who were held hostage by Maoists for nine days, were released at around 6:30 a.m. on Monday.
They were taken to Lakhisarai police station for medical treatment before being sent home.
On September 3, the body of one of the policemen, Lucas Tete, was recovered from a forested area.
Text: Sify Newsdesk
Image: Family members carry released police-man, Sub-Inspector Rupesh Sinha who had been kidnapped by Maoists, in Patna on September 6, 2010. Maoist rebels in eastern India released three policemen held hostage, three days after the guerrillas killed another abducted officer, officials said. The four men were taken captive in the state of Bihar on August 29 during a Maoist raid on security forces that left 10 policemen dead. Copyright: AFP. Unauthorised reproduction is prohibited.