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VISAKHAPATNAM: Amma Pilupu, a programme initiated to make the Maoists to leave the path of violence and join the main stream and to assuage the feelings of those who suffered due to Maoist violence, completed one year on Friday.
Additional Superintendent of Police of Chintapalli Ake Ravi Krishna started the programme at Kurupam in Vizianagaram district when he was working at Parvathipuram and the programme, as part of the Gandhian policing, continues to appeal to the Maoists to shun violence. Families of Maoists were also being offered help and medical care. On Friday, Mr. Ravi Krishna and other police officers of Chintapalli organised community lunch and other programmes. Inspector of Chintapalli Tata Rao and other officers and personnel, Assistant Commandant of CRPF Neeraj Kumar Mishra participated.
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