Major breakthrough for security forces in Chhattisgarh, 24 Naxals surrender

Raipur: Security forces in the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh have achieved a major breakthrough. As part of the Punanarkom (new dawn-new beginnings) operation being carried out by the police, 24 Naxals, including 10 women Naxals, have surrendered. At the same time, the police official said that all these militants were low-level militants.

According to the Sukma Superintendent of Police, he surrendered after reaching a police camp at Potakpalli village in the district at Holi Milan programme. He said that as part of the campaign to mainstream Naxalites, they have laid down their weapons. In fact, according to media reports, the SP of Sukma district informed that 24 Naxals, including 10 women, have surrendered at Potakpalli Naveen camp under the Kistaram police station area as part of the Puna Narcom operation being carried out by the police. 

All the Naxalites had been working in association with the Maoist organization for a long time. In such a situation, the surrender of a large number of Naxalites has dealt a severe blow to the Maoist organization. He surrendered without a weapon in front of the security forces. In such a situation, the surrendered Naxalites have been involved in many incidents, including damaging the force.

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