Three women Maoists arrested
Berhampur: Three women Maoists,
including two from Chhattisgarh, were arrested during a special
operation by police from Odisha`s southern district of Ganjam.
Ganjam superintendent of police Rajesh Pandit said the
three were arrested yesterday evening near Soroda.
Out of the three, two were women cadres from Chhattisgarh
and one from Daringbadi in Odisha.
They were arrested when the rebels were coming for a
medical check up of one of the married female cadres.
One of them Malati Majhi was the personal secretary of
top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda and was allegedly involved
in the Nayagarh attack in which 13 policemen were killed.
She was also allegedly involved in mobile tower
destruction at Ashurabandh and Merikote, murder of a
contractor at Bhramarabadi and Kerubadi in Ganjam district,
the police said.
The third Maoist, who hails from Chhattisgarh, was
alleged in the recent landmine blast at Srirampur in Kandhamal
district which claimed the lives of three police personnel,
the police said.
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