Two wanted Maoists arrested from Orissa
Two wanted Maoists, including a woman from their Andhra Pradesh cadre, were arrested on Wednesday from Koraput district, police said.
Koraput (Orissa): Two wanted Maoists,
including a woman from their Andhra Pradesh cadre, were
arrested on Wednesday from Koraput district, police said.
The ultras, carrying a cash reward of Rs one lakh each
in Andhra Pradesh, were involved in a series of offences
including the attacks on Nalco`s bauxite mines at Damanjodi in
2009 and Nayagarh mayhem of 2008, they said.
The Maoists, identified as Murla Nelam Reddy alias
Raju alias Sukdev of Galkonda village under Yramvaram police
limits and Sunitha Pangi of Peddapaddu village, were also
involved in the killing of a contractor in Koraput.
Acting on a tip-off about movement of Maoists, a
police team conducted a raid and arrested the duo from
Narayanpatna area, Koraput district Superintendent of Police
Anup Kumar Sahoo said.
The rebels have confessed to police about their
involvement in several violent incidents in the state, he