Naxal who wanted to quit arms beaten up in Chhattisgarh

Kothagudem: A naxal in neighbouring Chhattisgarh was reportedly beaten up severely by his comrades-in-arms for expressing his desire to quit the outlawed CPI (Maoist) Party and join the mainstream life.
According to the police, the naxal who wanted to straighten out his life was identified as Sannu Mandvi. He was said to have worked as a Maoist Bairamgarh area committee member in Bijapur district and used to carry an INSAS assault rifle with him.

It was said that he recently shared his idea of quitting the movement and underground life and surrender to the police. The local leaders who came to know this beat him up and warned that he would be punished in ‘Janatan Adalat’.
Fearing for his life, Mandvi managed to escape from the forests and approached the Bijapur police for help. The police admitted him to District General Hospital where he is undergoing treatment, said Superintendent of Police Divyang Patel. Mandvi has many criminal cases booked against him, he added.
BJP leader shot dead in Kanker
In another incident in Pakhanjur area in Kanker district, a BJP leader, Ramesh Gawde, was allegedly killed by the Maoists. It was said that the Maoists shot him in his chest. The incident took place at his residence at Hahaladdi village. He was immediately rushed to the Community Health Centre where he was declared dead by the doctors, the police said.

Two villagers murdered in Sukma

In separate incidents that took place in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh during late Friday and came to light on Saturday, the Maoists murdered two persons branding them as police informers. The deceased were identified as Madvi Ura of Mukaram village under the limits of Chintalnar police station and Muchaki Hidma of Kolomkonta under Tengapal police station. Armed naxals are said to be involved in the incidents. The deceased were were said to have worked with naxals in the past. The naxals also beat up Muchaki Hidma’s wife by stripping off her clothes when she refused to hand over her husband’s mobile phone.
Based on complaints by the villagers, the police have booked cases and launched search operations for the naxals who had committed the offences, said the Superintendent of Police Shalabh Sinha.



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