A maoist concerned within the 2010 Tadmetla incident during which 76 safety personnel had been killed was arrested from Bijapur district in Chhattisgarh, a police official mentioned on Monday.
Moti Ram Awalam (30) was an energetic member of “PLGA Battalion No 1”, thought of the strongest army formation of the outlawed motion, headed by wished Maoist “commander” Hidma, and was carrying a reward of Rs 8 lakh on his head, he mentioned.
“He was apprehended between Patelpara and Golgunda villages by a joint staff of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Special Task Force (STF) and district police on Sunday,” he mentioned.
“Awalam, who hails from Naimed space of the district, was wished in reference to a number of main Naxal assaults in south Bastar between 2010 and 2017. He was a part of the Maoist squad that executed the 2010 assault close to Tadmetla village (then in Dantewada, now in Sukma), during which 76 safety personnel had been killed. He was additionally concerned within the 2017 Burkapal Naxal ambush during which 25 CRPF had been killed,” the official knowledgeable personnel.
The official mentioned Awalam was wished in reference to the 2016 Kasalpaad Naxal assault that killed 16 CRPF jawans, in addition to the 2015 Tondamarka assault and 2016 Pidmel assaults, each resulting in the dying of 5 troopers every.