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Dantewada Police gets big success against Naxalism, 32 Naxalites surrender

Dantewada Police gets big success against Naxalism, 32 Naxalites surrender

Dantewada Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Pallava said that other Naxalites, including 10 women, surrendered at the Barsoor police station, saying they were affected by the rehabilitation drive of the district police and were disappointed with the 'hollow' Maoist ideology

 

Raipur. In Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, 32 Naxalites surrendered collectively to the police on Sunday. According to the police, four of those who surrendered had a reward of four lakh rupees on their heads. Dantewada Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Pallava said that other Naxalites, including 10 women, surrendered at the Barsoor police station, saying they were affected by the rehabilitation operations of the district police and were disappointed with the 'hollow' Maoist ideology.

Pallava told that out of 32 Naxalites who surrender, 19 are residents of Bakeli village. While there are four Korkotti and three each from Udenar, Tumarigunda and Matasi villages. They told that they are accused of attacking police teams, attacking officials associated with organizing elections and landmines. He said that four of them had a prize of one lakh rupees on their heads.

The police has not revealed the identity of the surrendering Naxals, citing security reasons. These are from the Naxalite Dandakaranya Adivasi Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan, Revolutionary Women Adivasi Organization, Chetna Natya Mandali (Cultural Branch of Maoists) and Janatana Government Group. (Input from language)




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