Among the surrendering Naxals, a prize of Rs one lakh was announced on Madakam Hur and Hunga Basar.
Saturday in front of 1N Naxal police and CRPF officials in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh Surrender (Surrender) The award was announced on the heads of these two Naxalites. Dantewada Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallava said that the Naxals working in Bacheli and Kirandul areas of the district had surrendered in Kirandul town saying that the rehabilitation operation ‘Lone Varratu’ had requested them (to surrender). Also, he was frustrated by the ‘empty’ Maoist ideology.
In Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, the administration has launched a ‘Lone Varratu’ (repatriation) campaign to bring the Naxals into the mainstream. According to the official, 26 Naxalites have given way to violence in the jungle as part of the ‘Lone Varratu’ operation launched in June last year.
According to him, the surrendered Naxals also planted saplings with the police as part of the ‘Tringa’ rally, and a seminar was also held on the anniversary of his death to spread Mahatma Gandhi’s (non-violent) views. Pallavara said that among these 1 Naxalites, Madakam Hurar (26) and Hunga Basra (35) were announced with a reward of Rs one lakh on their heads.
In Chhattisgarh, there are 6 Naxalites including three awardees
He said that more than 14 surrendered Naxals were from Madakmiras village. He said Rs 10,000 had been provided as immediate assistance to the surrendering Naxalites and additional facilities would also be provided under the Surrender and Rehabilitation Policy.
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