Police identify 3 women in Maoist group arrived in Kozhikode

Thunderbolt force | Photo: PP Ratheesh | Mathrubhumi archives

Kuttiady: Police have recognised three of the four persons in a Maoist group which visited a house in Pasukadav village in Maruthonkara here on Friday night. Police have identified Unnimaya alias Sreemathi, Sundari and Latha, who were declared as fugitives. All of them are Karnataka natives. The man in the group could not be recognised.

An armed group of four maoists had arrived at the house of Andrews and spent 10 minutes there. The group told the inmates of the house not to leave the place in connection with the protected area and ensured protection for the family. Later, they left for Mavattam by crossing Kadanthara river. Thottilpalam police registered a case over the incident.

Four of them who visited the house in Pasukadav are members of a mMaoist group functioning in between the forest regions of Wayanad and Aralam dam. They also belong to the guerilla team of People Liberation Army. Police have identified three women in the group by showing photographs to the inmates of the house. A Thunderbolt team has started a detailed search in the region.

Six posters of Maoists had appeared in the Pasukadav market on July 1 in the name of CPI (Maoist) Banasura area committee.

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