27 Naxals surrender in Chhatisgarh's Dantewada

27 Naxals surrender in Chhatisgarh’s Dantewada

Raipur: Twenty-seven Naxals, 5 of them carrying money rewards on their heads, surrendered in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh on Sunday (November 1, 2020). An official stated they had been impressed by the police’s rehabilitation drive and disenchanted with the Maoist ideology

The district police’s marketing campaign named ‘Lon Varratu’ (return to your property/village), launched in June this 12 months for the rehabilitation of Naxals, is yielding positive outcomes as 177 ultras have to this point surrendered below it, he stated.

“In the latest case, altogether 27 cadres, including six women, turned themselves in before senior police and CRPF officials at Barsoor police station in the district,” Dantewada Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallava instructed PTI.

Of them, 11 cadres are natives of Gufa village, seven from Bedma, 5 from Mangnar, three from Hitawada and one from Handwada, he stated with out disclosing their id citing safety causes.

These ultras had been energetic as members of Dandakaranya Adivasi Kisan Mazdoor Sangthan (DAKMS), Krantikari Mahila Adivasi Sangthan (KAMS)- frontal wings of Maoists, Chetna Natya Mandli (CNM-cultural offshoot of Maoists) and jan- militia teams, Pallava stated.

“All of them were allegedly involved in attacks on police teams, triggering IED blasts and putting up Maoist posters and banners. Five of them carried rewards of Rs 1 lakh each on their heads,” he stated.

In their assertion they stated, they had been disenchanted with the “hollow” Maoist ideology. They additionally stated that the latest surrenderby their colleagues as part of ‘Lon Varratu marketing campaign of native police additionally inspired them to give up violence, he stated.

Each of them was given instant help of Rs 10,000 and can be offered amenities additional as per the federal government’s give up and rehabilitation coverage, Pallava added.

Under the ‘Lon Varratu’ (time period coined in native Gondi dialect) initiative, Dantewada police have put posters and banners within the native villages of a minimum of 1,600 Naxals, largely carrying money rewards on their heads, and appealed them to return to the mainstream.

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