3 Maoists surrender
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Three Maoists squad members on Saturday surrendered before the police in Bankura.
According to police, Basanti Tudu alias Malti was an active member of the squad for the last 11 years and had shifted base several times. "She was associated with squad of Maoist leaders Bikash and Tara for quite sometime. She surrendered with an Insas rifle," said Mukesh Kumar, Superintendent of Police, Bankura.
Tudu told reporters that she became disillusioned with the Maoists after they committed atrocities on the people.
The other two rebels who surrendered before the police are Buddhadeb Mandi alias Mantra and Sukhdeb Singh Sardar alias Damu. They also surrendered with single barrel guns.
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