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Two Maoists surrender in Vizag


March 29, 2011 - Visakhapatnam

Two Maoists including a Divisional Committee Member (DCM) surrendered before police in Visakhapatnam citing ill health on Monday.

The duo Manoj Paramaseswra and B Jagga Rao, surrendered before the superintendent of police, Vineet Brij Lal.

Talking to reporters, Lal informed that Manoj Paramaseswra, alias Nandu was involved in various criminal cases and had surrendered due to bad health as he was not fit to survive in the jungle.

"Nandu was participated in number of offences. The main reason of his surrender is ill health and due to police operations and combing it was difficult for him to move freely in the forests," said Lal.

He was arrested in 1987 along with some other Maoists and sent for Visakhapatnam Central Jail.

Paramaseswra said he took the decision due to ill health and weakening of the organisation in Andhra Orissa Border(AOB)and subsequent surrender of militia members.

" I have never met my family member since the past two decades neither have talked to them. I am not well that is why I have come out in open. I am no longer fit enough to work for my outfit that is why I have come out," he added.

According to police officials Paramaseswra would be rehabilitated and the reward amount of rupees five lakhs on his head would be given to him.

Another surrendered Maoist Jagga Rao who joined the organisation in 2001 and the reward amount of rupees twenty thousand on his head would be given to him.

ANI

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