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Two Maoists Wanted For Cop's Murder Surrender In Chhattisgarh

They were also involved in killings of civilians, police said. (Representational)Two Maoists, who were allegedly involved in the killing of a policeman and carried cash rewards on their heads, have surrendered before police in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district, an official said on Sunday.Bhupesh Sodhi alias Budra and Umesh Kumar Markam, both residents of Katekalyan police station limits in the district, turned themselves in before Dantewada Superintendent of Police Abhishek Pallava on Saturday.Sodhi, associated with the outlawed CPI (Maoist) since last nine years, was active as commander of the Chetna Natya Madli, a cultural wing of Maoists.Markam, who joined the banned outfit in 2017, was a member of its small action team, Mr Pallava said.The two were allegedly involved in the killing of a police constable in Bastanar fair last year, he said.

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