One of the most wanted Maoist and zonal commanders Deepak alias Karu Yadav, who was taken on police remand for two days, has revealed many secrets before the police. With the arrest of Karu, the police of Keredari police station and the team of CRPF 22 Battalion have recovered two INSAS rifles, a country-made carbine and a pistol looted from the police from Bakchuma forest. Apart from this, 200 live cartridges have also been recovered. The cartridge was kept securely buried in the soil in the forest. This information was jointly given by SP Manoj Ratan Chothe and CRPF Commandant during the press conference.

According to reports, there are about 59 cases registered in Jharkhand Bihar against Karu Yadav. Of these, there are about a dozen cases in Hazaribagh. Police will take police remand in all cases. On completion of his remand on Friday, the police produced him in court, from where he was sent to jail. The weapon was kept buried under a mountain cliff about 12 km from the Keredari headquarters.

Karu Yadav was taken on remand to Keredari police station. On September 28, the court had given police remand for two days. After obtaining the weapon, Keredari police station case number 140/22 has been registered on Karu Yadav. Cases are also registered against Karu in Bengal and Chhattisgarh. The SP said that an exercise has been started to identify which district or state the looted weapons belong to or belong to the CRPF. The arcel number of the police weapon will be sent to the home department.

The arms and cartridges seized on the behest of Karu are being closely investigated by the police. Cartridges have become useless due to a lack of maintenance. But the weapon is safe as it is kept wrapped in plastic. Reports suggest that the weapons were kept in a dense forest about 12 km from the Keredari headquarters. A big rock and a tree have been found as a mark. Upon reaching where Karu confirmed the weapon. It is said that the common man or the police could never imagine that in the area where they patrol continuously, there is a stock of arms and cartridges.

According to the information, this weapon was kept hidden by Karu Yadav after the arson incident in Keredari in 2020. These weapons come in handy when the activity in the area increases. Due to the influence of the existing police, the number of Maoists in the Keredari area has reduced or rather has ended. In such a situation, Karu was working to rebuild the organization in this area.

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