"My sentiments were also hurt. I told the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister (Raman Singh) that he should order an inquiry and fix responsibility for the incident.
"He called me back to say that a magisterial probe has been ordered," Home Minister Rajnath Singh said.

While the postmortem of 14 deceased CRPF personnel was going in a government hospital, their blood-stained uniforms and shoes were dumped in dustbin, sparking outrage.
Earlier, Tamradhwaj Sahu and K C Venugopal, both of Congress, expressed concern over the incident.
Sahu said it was an "insult to their martyrdom" and demanded explanation from the government.
The CRPF personnel, including two officers, were killed on December 1 in a Naxal attack in the Chintagufa region of South Bastar's Sukma district.

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