Police in Central India announces reward for the arrest of four Maoists
Balaghat (Madhya Pradesh, India): The Balaghat Zone Inspector General of Police has announced a reward of Rs. 30,000 each for the arrest of four hardcore Maoists.
During the interrogation of Dilip, alias Guha, a member of the Tanda Dalam (a Maoist column) Police got information about the four Maoist rebels from Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh in central India. Dilip is also a member of the North Gadhchiroli divisional committee.
During interrogation, Dilip told the Police about Sangeeta, a dalam member from Rashimeta falling under the Rupjhar Police station, Raghu, alias Shersingh, alias Somji (45) of Dadesa village under Lanji Police station, and Malajkhand dalam commander Ramsingh, alias Sampat, also a resident of Rashimeta under Rupjhar Police station. The fourth naxalite for whose arrest the Police have announced a reward is Dama, alias Rajesh (50) from Marum in Gadhchiroli district of Maharashtra. He has committed a number of crimes along with Dilip and is absconding.
Balaghat Zone IGP DC Sagar also informed that another hardcore naxalite Jamna from Palagondi under the Rupjhar Police station, a commander in the Tanda dalam, has committed many criminal offences along with Dilip and the state Government has announced a reward of Rs. 50,000 on her arrest. He said that a proposal is being sent to the State Government via the Police headquarters to raise the reward money on this dreaded Maoist.