In Jharkhand, the Security Forces have been vigorously campaigning against the Naxalites. For this reason, big leaders of Naxalites are being killed or surrendered.
The Naxalites who have surrendered in the last 5 years are associated with the Third Conference Prasut Committee. This organization supported the security forces in the anti-Naxal operations in the nineties. Since the dwindling strength of the Naxalites, their members were looking for a better life spread. These former members of Naxalite organizations were reluctant to contact the government representatives and keep a certain distance, but the situation has changed rapidly in the last 5 years.
Why did the people of this organization surrender?
In Jharkhand, the anti-Naxal campaign launched by the security forces in the last few years has been very successful. The CRPF 190 battalion, which is stationed in Chatra area, has reached the interior. The CRPF and the local police have been in direct contact with the members of the third conference presentation committee. People of these members are explained what is the surrender policy of the government, due to which their trust is generated towards the Indian system. During the dialogue, people of the organization are also told that the reward that is on them will be given to them only. The government will provide employment for their future. Apart from this, in all the cases going on above these, they will also get help from the government. This instills confidence in them and they are motivated to surrender.How successful is the strategy of the police and CRPF in Chatra
In the last 5 years in Chatra and adjoining areas, 126 banned organization people have either been arrested or they have surrendered. For the last four decades, this area known as Mini Jaffna is nothing short of a miracle. According to BSF retired IG JP Sinha, when people from mainstream banned organization will come, then it is obvious that their families too will get a chance for a better life and now this has started in the interiors like Chatra.