Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Four Naxals surrender

Tuesday July 10 2007 14:15 IST

WARANGAL: Four Naxals belonging to different revolutionary groups surrendered before the police in the presence of Superintendent of Police Soumya Mishra here on Monday. One CPI (Maoist) commander, one secretary and commander of CPI (ML) Janashakthi and one Dalam member of CPI (ML) New Democracy laid down their arms.

CPI (Maoist) Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee (DKSZC) fifth platoon commander Alem Nageswar Rao alias Seshu, a native of Thupakulagudem of Eturnagaram mandal in Warangal district, joined the party in 1997.

He carried a reward of 20,000 on his head. He was involved in six offences during his underground life. An illiterate Vallapu Mallesh alias Jeevan alias Ramesh, a native of katrapally of Sangem mandal in Warangal district, worked as secretary of CPI(ML) Janasakthi Warangal, Khammam area committee went underground in 1992.

Janasakthi Khammam district Manuguru area commander E Venkata Swamy alias Devanna and New Democracy Krishna Dalam member B Yakaiah alias Ramakanth were among the surrendered Naxalites.

On this occasion SP Soumya Mishra gave away a reward of Rs 5.40 lakhs to six surrendered Maoists. She also distributed Rs 40,000 as immediate relief for eight surrendered Naxalites of various groups.


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