Sunday, May 10, 2009

Two hardcore Maoists held in Orissa

Rayagada (Orissa), May 10: In a major boost to the anti-Naxal drive in Orissa, two hardcore Maoists were arrested in Rayagada district on Sunday.

The duo, identified as Madhav Sabar and Simanchal Kutruka, were held on the basis of the information given by dreaded Maoist Udaya, who was arrested on April 20 on the charge of killing VHP leader Laxmanananda Saraswati, Superintendent of Police Asis Kumar Singh said.

While Sabar was arrested from his house at Mendapai under Bisam-Cuttack police station, Kutruka was picked up from his Dimiriguda village residence under Gudari police station.

The two ultras were allegedly involved in the attacks on R Udayagiri police station in 2004 and Dangasorada police outpost about eight months back.

A number of Maoist literature and materials like banners, posters and maps were seized from their possession, the SP said.

Bureau Report


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