The first ever IAS officer Alex Paul Menon’s abduction that was held on Saturday evening from the choupal at Majhipara in Sukma district, is now seem to be identified very soon as The Chhattisgarh police are putting its the efforts to trace a clue regarding this abduction.

The State Police has said on Sunday that they have found some clues in the abduction case of Menon by Maoists at gun-point while he was interacting with tribal farmers about their problems.

Official source said that there had some important clues in hands of state’s police, however they had not elaborate them to media, but the police has quizzed the officials who had taken part in Gram Suraj Abhiyan program at Majhipara village, during abduction of Menon.

It has been reported that some 50 Naxals reached at the spot Saturday evening where the program was organized, out of them 20 were armed. During the gunfight, they dead two official guards and took away Menon, the IAS officer from the 2006 batch in their hostage.

The state government is in wait of a demand from the Maoists to release the 32 years old IAS officer. But still there is no demand raised by them. As per police suspecting operations, the Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee of the Maoists may be behind in this case, including top most Maoist leaders Keshanna, Herma, Rengon and Paparao.

Most tensed situation for IAS officer’s family is that their 32-year-old Menon suffered from asthma, and he had no medicines while Maoist took hostage him.

Menon’s wife requested Maoist to release her husband as he is suffering from asthma and not carrying medicines with him.

Talking to Media, abducted Officer’s Father claimed, “My son was on the Maoists’ hit list.”

The Police department has not succeed to trace whereabouts of the 2006-batch IAS officer took hostage the Maoists.

Moreover, high alerts have been issued across the Bastar zone and State Chief Minister Raman Singh appealed the Maoists to release the district collector immediately. The govt. has also asked neighbouring districts of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha to be cooperative in search of IAS officer.