Raipur: Three Maoists were arrested from separate places in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Kanker district, police said on Sunday.
Based on specific inputs, two cadres were apprehended from Bande police station limits this morning, Kanker Superintendent of Police, RN Dash, said.
After getting information about the visit of ultras to their native place Mahlapara, located around 300 km away from the state capital, a team of local police was mobilised in the region.
After surrounding the village, the security personnel nabbed the duo, he said.
Those arrested were identified as Maniram Kureti (35) and Mansa Nareti (35), he said, adding, they were involved in several incidents of crime in the region, including triggering blasts.
In another incident, a cadre Radheshyam Darro (48) was arrested from restive Chowki region of the district on Saturday evening.
A team of district force was on a combing operation in the forests of Chowki outpost, during which it nabbed the rebel from Kalwar village, Dash added.
They were active as members of the outlawed CPI (Maoist) in the north Bastar region, he said, adding, further interrogation was on.