Woman among seven Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh
RAIPUR: Seven Maoists, including a woman surrendered
in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district on Tuesday.
According to additional superintendent of police OP
Sharma, Dayaram (32), Balkrishna alias Krishna Nag (37), Lalit Kumar Potai
(30), Guddu Medam alias Pavan Kumar Pradhan (40), Koliya alias Sudhram Netam
(25), Tilanand alias Guddu (20) and a woman Naxal called Sukli Vadde (25)
surrendered in the presence of senior police officers.
Sukli, associated with Naxal movement since 2006, was
a member of military company number 6 of the Maoists and was involved in an
attack in which 27 security personnel were killed in 2010 and another attack on
Jhara Camp where five jawans were killed in 2011, Sharma said.
She had also worked in Naxal’s medical wing in Kiskoda
region and had close connections with senior ultras, he said. The others who
surrendered today were active in Barda Local Guerrilla Saquad in Keshkal region
of Kanker. They were carrying cash rewards of Rs 10,000 each on their heads.
The rebels cited disillusionment with the movement and
exploitation of lower-rank and women rebels by Naxals leaders from Andhra
Pradesh as the reasons for surrender, the ASP said.