Chhattisgarh police nabs four Maoists during search operation
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Raipur: Four Maoists were arrested during a joint search operation in the Maoist-affected Kanker district of Chhattisgarh, police said.
"Cadres of the Maoist 'jan militia' group were nabbed by the special task force from the hills of Kongepangur village under Bande police station area yesterday late night," Deputy Superintendent of Police M Z Baig said here.
The search patrol was on a combing operation in Kongepangur, Aldand and Kopengunda villages of the region, when they were tipped off about Maoists' meeting with local villagers on Konge hills, after which the patrol reached near the hills and encircled the meeting site. On seeing the patrol, some Maoists fled into the jungle using villagers as human shields.
However, the police nabbed four Maoists - Nargu Mandavi (27), Mudram Nichami (22), Chamruram Naureti (24) and Malu Naureti (24) - all residents of Kongepangur village, the DSP said. Eight muzzle loading guns and explosives were recovered from the spot, he said, adding that the insurgents are being interrogated
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