Naxals, counting 24 women, who have surrendered in Chhattisgarh have expressed a strong wish to join the mainstream.
“Overall 195 Maoist units belonging to Janmilitia or Janatana Sarkar arm of Maoists had surrendered before senior police representatives in the course of a program at the headquarters of Narayanpur district,” said the Narayanpur Superintendent of Police Abhishek Meena.
They were full of zip in Abhujmad zone, deliberated to be a Maoist den, about 300 km away from here.
The SP also said “Villagers are getting progressively fed up with fierce Maoist activities and wish to see growth in Abhujmad.”
Uttering their strong desire to join the mainstream and the surrendered squads said they were so frustrated with “continuous exploitation, slaughters and violence by Naxals”, he appealed.
The surrendered maoist cadres are hailed from 24 villages of the province including Okpaad, Gumiyabeda, Mohndi, Nelnaar, Ikpaad, Murnaar, Nirameta and Kodkanaar, he said.
The Inspector General of Police (Bastar Range) SRP Kalluri and other bureaucrats were present on the occasion.