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Five wanted Maoists surrender to Maharashtra Police

mumbai Updated: Nov 01, 2016 00:55 IST
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Maoists surrender

Five Maoists, who surrendered to Maharashtra Police, were aged between 20 and 30 years, and the collective reward for the capture amounted to Rs 12 lakh.(PTI)

Five Maoists, who collectively carried a bounty of Rs 12 lakh on their heads, surrendered before the authorities in Gadchiroli in Maharashtra, police said on Monday.

They are Karan alias Dulsa Peka Naraote (23) from Etapalli, Sharda Rina Wate Pungatai (20), Darju Kulla Usendi (23), Raiji Nallsu Gawde (30) and Pravin Vilas Kulla (30), Gadchiroli Police said.

The group are accused of a number of criminal offences, including murder, arson, illegal possession of arms and encounter with police in the past, it added.