5 naxals surrender in Gadchiroli

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Nagpur | November 21, 2016 2:44 PM

Five dreaded naxals, collectively carrying a reward of Rs 14 lakhs on their heads have surrendered, police said today.

Gadchiroli Superintendent of Police Avinash Deshmukh said more naxals may surrender in near future. (Representative Image: PTI)Gadchiroli Superintendent of Police Avinash Deshmukh said more naxals may surrender in near future. (Representative Image: PTI)

Five dreaded naxals, collectively carrying a reward of Rs 14 lakhs on their heads have surrendered, police said today.

Dinesh Shantaram Maku Madavi (25), Mangesh Raju Yera Madavi (24), Savita Tumreti (21), all carrying a reward of Rs 2 lakhs on their heads, as well as Vasant Vadde (23) and Ravi Gota (25), both carrying a reward of Rs 4 lakhs, surrendered before Gadchiroli police yesterday, an official release issued here by police said.

Gadchiroli Superintendent of Police Avinash Deshmukh said more naxals may surrender in near future.

A total of 44 naxalites have surrendered this year.

All the five surrendered rebels were involved in a number of naxal-related crimes, police encounter and arson, the release added.

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