62 Naxals surrender in C’garh’s Narainpur

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Nov 2018 08:30:55


 

Our Correspondent,

NARAINPUR,

Nearly 51 armed Naxals, 11 members of outlaw outfit surrendered

Court had issued permanent warrant against five among the surrendered outlaws

FED up with hollow ideology of Naxals and harassment by top cadres and impressed with rehabilitation policy of State Government, nearly 51 armed Naxals and 11 members of outlaw outfit surrendered before Bastar Range Inspector General of Police Vivekananda Sinha and Superintendent of Police Jitendra Shukla on Tuesday.


The court had issued permanent warrant against five among the surrendered outlaws. According to police, the surrendered Naxals had been active members of Tumeredi Jantana Sarkar under Kutul Area Committee. Naxals constitute Jantana Sarkar to succeed in their criminal and illegal activities.


It covers Tumeredi, Tudko, Gumchur and Tadobeda. During interrogation, the surrendered Naxals disclosed that continuous search operations by security forces followed by a large number of arrests made them to surrender. The anti-Naxal campaign has weakened the base of Naxals and
many have returned to mainstream of society while many other surrendered. The Naxals also disclosed of working for Naxal Commander Ranita alias Jaimati, Paral LOS Commander Jailal alias Anant, Kohemeta LOS Commander Reena and other high cadres before Sonpur camp was established.


The movement of security forces increased, leading to decrease in Naxal activities ever since camp was established. The Naxals disclosed that they were forced to work because of fear. They were involved in numerous criminal activities and charged under relevant sections of Indian Penal Code, Arms Act and Explosives Substances Act.


As per police, the surrendered Naxals are Bisru Vadde, Bajju Vadde, Sukhder Vadde, Narsingh, Sukalu, Michchar Kumeti, Buddhu Kumeti, Masiya Ram Nureti, Buddhu Ram Nureti, Budhram Metami, Sonaru Metami, Bhawru Vadde, Sukhram Nureti, Sonu Nureti, Mangal Usendi, Badru Ram Usendi, Sukhram Usendi, Gillu Ram Nureti, Narendra Nureti, Lakhiram Kumeti, Panchu Ram Nureti, Delaram Netam, Sanku Netam, Sumit Nureti, Budhram Nureti, Sonaru Ram Nureti, Tonderam Nureti, Sampat Mandavi, Chetman Poyam, Jugal Mandavi, Patti Ram Salam, Budhram Salam, Somaru Mandavi, Rusi Metami, Budhram Metami, Santu Ram Vadde, Birju Nureti, Raju Salam, Ramji Nureti, Juru Nureti, Adwe Nureti, Mahesh Nureti, Anesh Mandavi, Sukhram Kumeti, Michcha Metami, Sannu Netam, Sanku Potai, Budhram Nureti, Baliram Netam, Sanju Rana, Katiya Kachlam, Kamlu Kachlam, Malu Ram Padda, Suklu Gawde, Soma Kachlam, Buddhram Dugga, Neda Ram Dhruva, Sannu Ram Hichami, Sukhram Hichami, Telu Ram Hichami, Mura Ram Nureti and Mansingh Salam.


Rajnath terms it ‘huge achievement’: Sixty-two ‘hardcore Naxals’ surrendered before security forces in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday, police in the poll-bound state said, a development Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh described as a ‘huge achievement’.


Soon after the surrender, the Home Minister said in a series of tweets that the success of the Government’s surrender policy was pushing Naxal cadres to shun the path of violence. “Happy to know that a large number of Left Wing Extremists have surrendered before the Police by giving up their arms in Chhattisgarh. I congratulate the State Chief Minister @drramansingh, the DGP and the police force for this huge achievement,” he said.


Singh said the surrenders clearly indicated that the Chhattisgarh Government is effectively pursuing a surrender and rehabilitation policy for left wing extremists.
“The success of Government’s surrender policy is pushing the LWE cadre to shun the path of violence. I hope that the other LWE operatives will also abjure violence and join the mainstream,” he said.