Hyderabad: Two senior police officers
including a Superintendent of Police from Chhattisgarh state
today visited Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh to get
details of four Maoists arrested by the state police.
Four Maoists, including two women, from Chhattisgarh have
been reportedly in the custody of Kothagudem police in Khammam
district who picked them up in a forest on Andhra-Chattisgarh
border yesterday, police sources said over phone from
On a tip-off, a special police party from Kothagudem
apprehended two top Maoists who were active in Chhatisgarh
along with their wives in a forest near Mulkapalli, sources
The Maoists have been identified as Joga, Kunta area
platoon commander and M Singanna, Chhattisgarh committee
member along with their wives who were hiding in a house on
the border, police sources said.
As per the information given by the state police, two
police officers including a Superintendent of Police (SP) of a
Naxal-infested district in Chhatisgarh met senior police
officials at Kothagudem and interrogated the Maoists who were
in the custody of the state police.