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Woman Maoist leader surrenders in Bijapur

People gather to hear their leaders give a speech during the mass demonstration organized by the opposition alliance led by Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) demanding to draft the new constitution through consensus of all the political parties, in Kathmandu February 28, 2015. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to ending the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and settling the republic, nestled between regional powers India and China that jostle to woo a new geopolitical ally. But it has been thwarted by differences among political parties over how to divide the country into federal states. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
People gather to hear their leaders give a speech during the mass demonstration organized by the opposition alliance led by Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) demanding to draft the new constitution through consensus of all the political parties, in Kathmandu February 28, 2015. A new constitution is widely seen as crucial to ending the instability that has plagued Nepal since the end of a Maoist-led civil war in 2006 and settling the republic, nestled between regional powers India and China that jostle to woo a new geopolitical ally. But it has been thwarted by differences among political parties over how to divide the country into federal states. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

Bijapur: A wanted woman Maoist rebel, Sukmati alias Basanti, surrendered before the police in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh.

Sukmati worked as the head of the National Park Area committee of Maoists and had a bounty of Rs. 8,00,000 on her head. She was wanted for her involvement in an attack which killed three people.

Disillusioned by the system and practices of Maoists, Sukmati became a police informer in 2012.

Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP), I.K. Eleseela, said that four other Maoists had also surrendered before the police.

“Influenced by the rehabilitation programme of the Chhattisgarh government, five Maoist rebels, who worked as members of their military platoons and in other capacities, have surrendered and all of them have been given a government job,” said I.K. Eleseela, Additional Superintendent of Police.

Sukmati was also given rupees 10,000 by the police. (ANI)