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The Jharkhand Police said more than 45 cases were registered against the Naxal in the states of Bihar and Jharkhand. Ramesh is believed to be an expert in planting landmines, the police added.,blackjack web
The police said the Naxalite was involved in the killing of more than 30 police personnel. These policemen were killed over a span of 20 to 30 years.,blackjack ballroom
free slots jackpot party,The development came on a day when the police announced that three Naxals, two of whom had cash rewards on their heads, decided to surrender in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district.
pak vs sa odi,According to the police, the surrendered Naxalites said they decided to leave the path of insurgency after seeing violence committed by Maoists against local tribals. The reported discrimination among the Naxal outfits also led the trio to give up their weapons.
“Impressed by the surrender and rehabilitation policy of the Chhattisgarh government, three ultras surrendered before the police on August 17. Of the surrendered cadres, two were carrying cash rewards of Rs 1 lakh each,” said Sukma Superintendent of Police (SP) Sunil Sharma.,t 20 ranking
The Naxals were identified as Sitanadi LOS (local organisation squad) member Ramesh Madkam alias Jeevan, CNM (Chetna Natya Manch) 'commander' Kawasi Joga and militia platoon member Doodhi Bhima, the SP was reported as saying.,bet365 cricket ipl live