Naxal leader surrenders in Jharkhand

     A top Naxal leader surrendered before Jharkhand Police here on Monday. According to sources, Ramendra alias Guruji surrendered before Inspector General of Police (Zonal) Manoj Kumar Mishra. He received Rs 50,000 in case on surrendering and would be rehabilitated as per the government's surrender policy. Ramendra was facing four Naxal-related cases. In 1996, he joined People's War Group which later merged with Marxist Communist Centre to form CPI(Maoist). Meanwhile, in Chhattisgarh, a suspected Maoist was arrested from Maanpur block in Rajnandgaon district. According to police, the arrested militant had links with various Maoists groups for the last ten years. Six kilogram of explosives and detonators were recovered from his possession. Chhattisgarh is one of the most highly Naxal infested state in the country.

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