A surrendered woman Maoist will now get a job at Guntur Urban Police Office while another couple have been sanctioned a loan to start their own unit at Auto Nagar as part of relief and rehabilitation measures for surrendered extremists by State Government.
Superintendent of Police, Guntur Urban, D.S Chauhan, assured Ivuri Yasodamma, who worked in action team at Chattisgarh and surrendered to Guntur Police in March 2010, that she will be given a job in the office through outsourcing.
District Collector B. Ramanjaneyulu said the woman would be provided accommodation at Mahila Pranganam, if she desired.
The Collector also directed revenue wing to pay her Rs.5,000 as immediate relief.
Mr. Ramanjaneyulu has asked the revenue wing to expedite allotment of lands to the surrendered extremists as part of State Government's relief and rehabilitation policy. Reviewing the status of five cases pending for provision of relief and rehabilitation at a meeting held at DRC Hall, the Collector said that Joint Collector A. Sarath will monitor relief measures taken up by Project Director, DRDA.
Another couple, Boddupati Upendra a.k.a Jyothi and Gopala Reddy, too were assured that they would be provided loan to start an auto ancillary unit at Auto Nagar.
The Collector directed the Lead Bank Manager and Executive Director, S.C. Corporation, to quickly process their application for a loan.
Another surrendered man, Kokkera Srinivasa Rao, who surrendered to the police in 2007, was also assured of help in setting up his own unit. Pointing out that it was the duty of administration to provide relief and rehabilitation to surrendered extremists quickly, the Collector said that all eligible persons would be provided housing and employment as per the norms. A Ravi Chandra, S.P, Rural asked the beneficiaries not to sell away lands given under the policy.