Maharashtra ATS arrested Jharkhand’s 15 lakh rewarded Maoist leader

Maharashtra News: In an operation in Nala Sopara on Sunday morning, a team of Maharashtra ATS raided a chawl in Dhanvi, Ramnagar, Nalasopara (E) And Karu Hulas Yadav was taken into custody. Karu Yadav is a member of the outlawed CPI (Maoist) regional committee in Jharkhand and had gone to Maharashtra for his treatment.

Originally from village Dodga, Tehsil Katkamsandi, Hazaribagh district, Jharkhand Karu Hulas Yadav, 45, was active in the CPI (Maoist) since 2004 and had a reward of Rs 15 lakh on his head. He had come to Maharashtra for treatment. More than 30 cases are registered against him. After taking him into custody, Maharashtra ATS said that Jharkhand Police has been informed about the operation and further investigation is on.

Top Maoist leader was arrested in Andhra Pradesh.

Andhra Pradesh Police had arrested a top Maoist leader in Alluri Sitaram Raju district in the month of July this year. After the arrest of the leader, 60 members of the banned organization CPI (Maoist) also surrendered in fear.

Superintendent of Police of Alluri Sitarama Raju Satish Kumar told that the arrested Maoist Vanthala Rama Krishna Kshetra Was the secretary of the committee and was involved in the murder of Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MLA Kidari Sarveswara Rao and former MLA Siveri Soma in Araku in 2017.

Rs 39 lakh cash recovered from the arrested leader were done. Apart from this, 5 kg of landmine, five detonators, battery, a 9 mm pistol and ammunition were also seized from him. According to the information given by the police, the arrested Maoist leader was accused of 14 murders and was involved in a total of 124 cases including 13 police encounters, landmine blasts and arson.

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