- The surrendered Naxals claim to be impressed by ‘Puna Narkom’.
- The trio are reported to have connection in the encounter at Budgicheru village in Bijapur district in 2015.
- 3 Naxals surrender before CRPF in Sukma district.
Sukma district: Three Naxals reportedly surrendered in the naxal dominated Sukma district, officials said on Tuesday.
As per reports one amongst those who surrendered before the CRPF forces was a woman who was the vice-president of Jantana Sarkar. Another naxal is identified as Madkam Hidme was the vice-president of Jantana Sarkar in Bijapur, while Punem Kanna was a member of the Naxal’s doctor committee and Karam Sukku was the vice-president of Peddagalur Jantana Sarkar in Bijapur district, the official said.
Sources claim the naxals returned to the society impressed by the state government’s rehabilitation policy and the district administration’s campaign ‘Puna Narkom’. An initiative by the state authorities to bring Naxals to normalcy through support and motivation.
As far as the criminal activities are concerned the trio are said to be involved in an encounter at Budgicheru village in Bijapur district in 2015.