Raipur, August 16
District Reserve Guard (DRG) on Wednesday arrested three cadres of outlawed organization Communist Party of India (Maoists) in insurgency-hit Narayanpur district of Chhattisgarh, police said.
Following a tip-off about presence of ultras, security personnel launched an operation resulting in detention of three suspects near from village Tumiradi falling in limits of Narayanpur police station, who later revealed their identity as naxal cadres.
According to police, the arrested were identified as Vijay Dhruva alias Sanjay (27), Maniram Dhruva (23) and Gore Hichami (30). Based on inputs collected from the arrested naxals, DRG has recovered a firearm. Vijay was former member of company-5 (currently active as naxal sympathizer) while two other were naxal sympathizer. On being subjected to interrogation, the trio admitted their involvement in naxal incidents.
During the course of investigation, it came to light that Vijay was inducted into the banned organization in 2006 by Rowghat LOS commander Nagesh and eventually, he was elevated as member of company number-5. After working as active cadre from a period of time, Vijay returned back to his home and started working as naxal sympathizer. While working as naxal sympathizer, Vijay was arranging meeting, foods, publicity and figuring out action plan to target security personnel engaged in anti-naxal exercises.
Maniram Dhruva and Gore Hichami were inducted into the banned organization by naxal commanders (Kamlesh, Sarita and Deepak). The duo was engaged in activities of inciting locals against central and the state government.
Based on inputs received from Vijay Dhruva, police have recovered a firearm, police said, adding that the arrested were produced in a local court from where they were sent to judicial custody.
DRG arrests three naxal sympathizers, firearm recovered
Raipur, August 16