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Ginnedhari, a tribal village about 10 km from Tiryani mandal headquarters became the focal point for this decision. Over 100 elders of Ginnedhari, Kairiguda, Choupanguda, Dongargaon, Kautegam, Sungapur, Tatiguda and nearby hamlets gathered and discussed the consequences of the frequent visits by the outlawed PWG naxals.
Taking serious note of the hardships caused to the villagers because of regular police raids in search of the naxals, the tribal leaders decided that the naxals should not be allowed into the villages. A resolution was passed by them to the effect that no one should entertain the naxals nor provide food or shelter. The elders then took an oath before the idol of Goddess Persapen that the naxals would be driven away. The elders sent across the copies of the resolution to the Adilabad SP, Mahesh Muralidhar Bhagwat, and Collector, K. Ramakrishna Rao.
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