Maoist ultra involved in killing of 30 policemen arrested

A major success has been achieved by security forces on Thursday. They have arrested a senior leader of the CPI(Maoist), who was carrying a bounty of Rs 15 lakh on his head. It is said that he was allegedly involved in the killing of 30 policemen, in Jharkhand's Chatra district.

The action has taken on a tip-off, personnel of the Chatra Police and the Central Reserve Police Force launched an operation in Barwadih forest of Simaria police station area. The force arrested Ramesh Ganjhu, Regional Committee of the Maoists of the Magadha region. He has been absconding for around 20 years, Jharkhand Police spokesperson, Inspector General of Police AV Homkar. Ganjhu alias Azad alias Ankit alias Harikesh was wanted in at least 45 criminal cases in Palamu, Latehar, and Chatra districts of the state and Gaya and Aurangabad districts of Bihar. The police personnel have also recovered Rs 1.5 lakh in cash from the arrested Maoist. Homkar said that the state police have declared a reward of Rs 15 lakh on his head.

Earlier in 2014, Ganjhu also led an attack on rival outfit Tritiya Prastuti Committee and shot dead 16 of its members in Chhotki Kaurian village in ​​Palamu. 

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