Two Maoists surrender in Bhadrachalam
Two Maoists, including a woman, who worked as Bijapur District Committee members in neighbouring Chhattisgarh surrendered to the police in front of...
Bhadrachalam: Two Maoists, including a woman, who worked as Bijapur District Committee members in neighbouring Chhattisgarh surrendered to the police in front of Assistant Superintendent of Police Sunil Dutt here on Monday.
They were identified as Doddi Nandu, wanted in connection with nine cases, of Bottodu village under Basaguda police station limits, and Sode Mooki, figured as accused in at least eight cases.
Nandu came under the influence of the Maoist Papa Rao (District Committee member) and enrolled in the children’s wing of the Maoists when he was 10 years old.
When he turned 17 in 2009, he was elevated to the rank of platoon commander and wielded even an AK-47 rifle.
Sode Mooki joined as the Maoist militia member in 2012 and later elevated to the rank of a dalam member. She wielded an INSAS weapon.
The ASP distributed monetary incentives to the surrendered militants. Charla sub-inspector P Satyanarayana was also present on the occasion.