2 Naxals held in Chhattisgarh, TS
Two hardcore Naxals, including a \'self-styled\' teacher at a Maoist-run school, were on Sunday arrested from separate places by Chhattisgarh\'s Dantewada police. The Naxals were carrying a reward of Rs 5 lakh each on their heads.
Raipur: Two hardcore Naxals, including a 'self-styled' teacher at a Maoist-run school, were on Sunday arrested from separate places by Chhattisgarh's Dantewada police. The Naxals were carrying a reward of Rs 5 lakh each on their heads.
"One cadre identified as Ludru Tamo (26) was nabbed from Geedam town of Dantewada district, while another, Muchaki Hadma (21) was held from Bhadrachalam of Telangana," Dantewada SP Kamlochan Kashayp said.
Tamo, who was active as deputy commander of Aader LOS (local operation squad), was spotted by police informers in Gidam market where he had arrived to procure commodities of daily use and publicity items for ongoing Peoples' Liberation Guerilla Army week of ultras, the SP said.
In a separate operation, police received a tip-off about the movement of a cadre belonging to Malangir area committee of Maoists from Dantewada, in Telangana, following which police informers and local intelligence were mobilised behind him, the SP said.