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In Chhattisgarh, 30 Maoists, including a woman have surrendered before police in the insurgency-hit Bastar district. Bastar Superintendent of Police RN Das said that these ultras decided to return to the mainstream, as they were impressed by the rehabilitation policy of the state government. Mr Das said, they also surrendered because of the constant movement of the security forces in the internal regions of Bastar. He said, 19 cadres of Darbha Division Committee and 11 members of East Bastar Division surrendered before senior police officials at Bastar district headquarters



Friday. 
The SP said, after the death of Naxal commander Chainu at Chandameta in Bastar district on December 25 in a police encounter, the Naxal movement in this region has diminished considerably and cadres are deciding to surrender. The movement of security forces in the interior parts of Lohandiguda has also compelled them to put down their weapons. 
District Collector Amit Kataria said, 10,000 rupees have been given to each surrendered member as an encouragement prize and each of them will be given a suitable employment as well as accommodation soon.

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