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.
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.
First Published: Monday, March 15, 2010, 21:34