Bihar: Naxalite Sitaram Koda, who runs a Public Distribution System shop, arrested, know what was his role in the supply chain


Police has got a big success in Lakhisarai of Bihar. Bihar Police has arrested Naxalite Sitaram Koda from Lakhisarai. It is being told that SSB and District Police have arrested him from Ghogharghati Morve Dam while running a joint operation. The big thing is that the license of a public distribution system shop has also been issued in the name of Naxalite Sitaram Koda. In such a situation, it is understood that he used to play an important role in the supply chain of Naxalites. The police is considering his arrest as a major success in breaking the supply chain of Naxalites. SP is going to give specific information about this soon.

Sitaram Koda is the brother-in-law of hardcore Naxalite Baleshwar Koda

It is being told that Sitaram Koda, who was caught by the police, is the brother-in-law of hardcore Naxalite Baleshwar Koda. A year ago, Baleshwar Koda surrendered before the police. Along with Baleshwar Koda, hardcore prize naxalite Arjun Koda of Eastern Bihar Northeast Jharkhand Special Area Committee Naxalite organization, etc. had surrendered in the policeline. It is said that Baleshwar Koda’s wife Mangri Devi had an important role in getting the surrender done. She was in constant contact with the officers in the camp of 215 CRPF battalion.

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Many cases were registered against Baleshwar Koda

Naxal cases were also registered in many police stations of Jamui, Lakhisarai, Munger district in the name of Baleshwar Koda, brother-in-law of Sitaram Koda, who surrendered in Munger. These include attack on Intercity Express train near Kunder Halt of Kiul-Jasidih railway line, attack on security forces in Kajra forest in year 2011, attack on train near Jamalpur of Kiul-Bhagalpur railway line, looting of gold trader’s house in Malaypur of Jamui district. etc. is included. However, it is being told that Baleshwar Koda’s wife Mangri Devi was influenced by the welfare schemes run by the government, and inspired her husband to leave the path of violence.

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