Surrender Policy

  • Jharkhand: Free education for surrendered Maoists July 25, 2012

    Ranchi: To take minor away from the Maoist way, the Jharkhand government has decided to provide conditional free education in private institutions to Maoists, who surrender, and to their children in addition to the existing surrender policy. Hitherto, education had been provided to them only in government institutions, Cabinet Secretary NN...
  • Top Naxal leader surrenders in Jharkhand October 7, 2010

    Ranchi: Top Naxal leader Rajdev Yadav surrendered in Jharkhand on Wednesday, giving a boost to antiNaxal operations in the state. Two Naxal leaders have surrendered in the past two weeks after the state government announced a scheme to breakdown the Naxals network. The scheme comprises of not just Rs 1 lakh...
  • Militants surrender, policy up for review December 25, 2007

    Ramban, J&K: With the recent surrender of twelve top Hizb-ul-Mujahideen militants in Jammu, due to lack of public support and finances for militancy, it may be time for another review of the surrender policy. The Mujahid militants had been operating in the Gool area of Ramban and in Pulwama in Kashmir...