Naxals with coronavirus signs requested to depart camps in Chhattisgarh's Bastar

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Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar division have been asking group members exhibiting signs like chilly and cough to depart their camps, police claimed on Thursday.

Naxals with coronavirus signs requested to depart camps in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar. (Image for illustration: AFP)

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Fearing the unfold of lethal Covid-19 of their ranks, Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar division have been asking group members exhibiting signs like chilly and cough to depart their camps, police claimed on Thursday.

A lady cadre not too long ago returned to her village in Bijapur district as her colleagues requested her to depart the group after she confirmed flu-like signs, a senior police official mentioned.

Acting on a tip-off, safety personnel nabbed Sumitra Chepa (32) within the forest close to Peddakavli village beneath Modakpal police station limits on Wednesday, Inspector General of Police (Bastar vary) Sundarraj P informed PTI.

Chepa, who was lively as a member of Maoists’ PLGA battalion no. 1, had been related to the outlawed CPI (Maoist) for the final 10 years, he mentioned.

On interrogation, the extremely mentioned that after she developed a fever, chilly and cough, her colleagues requested her to depart the camp suspecting that she had contracted the lethal virus, he mentioned.

Chepa additionally revealed that many cadres exhibiting comparable signs had been being requested to depart their teams by senior leaders, he mentioned.

“She has been quarantined and her pattern will likely be despatched for coronavirus take a look at. Based on her report, additional motion will likely be taken,” he mentioned.

Meanwhile, the police have appealed to residents of the realm to tell them if any Naxal returns to their village for comparable causes in order that they are often examined and preventive measures taken, the IG added.

The primary signs of the novel coronavirus are fever, tiredness, cough and shortness of breath.

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