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Four Maoists including woman commander held - Times of India

25.5.16

Four Maoists including woman commander held - Times of India - The SP said Vasantha, the wife of DCM cadre naxal leader Krishna, came out when the party was not willing to release her even after she became ill. There were more than 50 cases against her including 15 murder cases, 10 blasts, five property damage and six exchange of fire incidents, besides famine raids. She was injured at Gollivalasa encounter in 2010. She was involved in murders of Sagina Somalinga at Rintada in GK Veedhi in 2010, former sarpanch Sinderi Karla at Balapam in 2014 and former sarpanch of Jerrela Sagina Venkata Ramana in 2016. Militia members Pangi Sattibabu, Pangi Kameswara Rao and Gemmeli Govinda Rao, who carried a Rs 1 lakh reward each against their name, were involved in blasts, pasting Maoists posters and organising meetings. Sattibabu was also involved in construction of Maoists martyrs pylons in between Kannavaram and Annavaram, while Govinda Rao had conducted recce at Jerrela before the murder of Sagina Venkata Ramana.


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