Woman Maoist wanted in Odisha surrenders before AP cops

Bhubaneswar: A woman Maoist identified as Sundaramma alias Sindhu, on whom the Odisha Government had kept cash reward of Rs 4 lakh surrendered before SP C.M. Trivikram Varma on Sunday.

Sindhu is native of Bathupuram village in Vajrapukotturu mandal in Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh. She had joined the outlawed outfit in 2002. The woman cadre was an active member of the outlawed CPI (Maoist) group for last 10 years and was working in the Nandapur Area Committee.

Sindhu was involved in attack on Nalco Company at Damanjodi, Paluru, Narayanapatnam, Dayiguda and Mettakamaravalasa attacks, the SP informed.

She played key role in Kedavayi, Chinnadoddi and Jaradu incidents, added the SP.

The Andhra Pradesh government had also kept Rs 4 lakh as cash reward on her head.

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