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.Andhra Pradesh Timeline 2013



January 1

Three CPI-Maoist cadres including a couple surrendered before the Guntur, SP, Rural, J Satyanarayana in Andhra Pradesh.

January 8

Suspected cadres of a CPI-Maoist 'action team' shot dead a home guard at Parnashala in Dummugudem mandal in Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh.

Police arrested two militia 'commanders' -- Nachika Kalinga and Vadaka Deruku -- of CMAS, a frontal organisation of CPI-Maoist, at Anasabhadra Road Junction in Makkuva mandal in Vizianagaram District of Andhra Pradesh.

January 12

At least seven cadres of CPI-Maoist and a constable of Greyhound, sustained injuries in an exchange of fire during a combing operation in the forest area between Cherla and Kitaram villages in Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh.

January 16

Bellampally Police in Adilabad District of Andhra Pradesh found an old CPI-Maoist dump in Mamidigattu forests, under Ramakrishnapur Police Station limits while conducting combing operations.

January 22

Three CPI-Maoist cadres, including two women militia members and an armed squad leader, were arrested from a forest area in Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh.

January 25

A special Police party, on a combing operation, found an arms dump of CPI-Maoist concealed below boulders near a cave in Gangapur forest in Utnoor mandal in Adilabad District of Andhra Pradesh.

January 28

Police arrested five sympathisers of CPI-Maoist at Murliguda village of Bejjur mandal in Adilabad District.

February 11

LWEs belonging to CPI-ML-Janashakti has again regrouped and returned by striking terror and killing a former Sarpanch, at Marupaka village of Vemulawada mandal in Andhra Pradesh.

February 13

The Charla Police in Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh arrested three Maoist militia members and a courier, near Tippapuram.

February 14

The Dummugudem Police arrested two persons, including a CPI-Maoist militia member, at Arlagudem in Khammam District of Andhra Pradesh.

February 19

Three tribals were killed by CPI-Maoist cadres at Lakkavaram forest area in G.K. Veedhi mandal of Visakhapatnam District.

February 22

CPI-Maoist cadres set ablaze a hydraulic excavator at the remote Voddipeta village in Charla mandal in Khammam District.

February 25

Andhra Pradesh pressed a helicopter into service for aerial surveillance and other operations in LWE affected areas.

March 4

Four Naxal cadres were arrested from Sircilla in Karimnagar District for allegedly murdering their former comrade turned Congress leader last month (February, 2013).

March 6

A former member of Galikonda 'area committee' of CPI-Maoist, Korra Singari alias Pulimi, who was leading a secret life after coming out of the party in 2011, surrendered at the G.K. Veedhi Police Station in Visakha Agency of Visakhapatnam District.

Police recovered a couple of landmines stuffed in tiffin boxes at Dunnevaripalle in Yerravaripalem mandal (administrative unit), Chittoor District.

Two CPI-Maoist women cadres who are serving sentences at the Visakhapatnam central jail, in a note released said that women have played a far more strategic role in keeping many revolutionary and path-breaking movements alive by giving them a feminine and human touch.

March 11

A member of the CPI-Maoist 'Galikonda Area Committee' was arrested at G K Veedhi mandal in Visakhapatnam District.

Police arrested two Maoist militia members, Gochekka Thadangi Bangru (30) and Thadangi Bheemayya (21), when they were travelling on a bike, during routine vehicle checks in Vizianagaram District.

Karimnagar District Police arrested two Maoists belonging to the neighbouring Chhattisgarh and recovered explosive material such as 20 gelatine slurry sticks, 20 detonators, 3 kilogram of ammonium and wires used for making landmines.

March 19

CPI-Maoist posters denouncing 'Operation Green Hunt' surfaced on the branches of several trees on either side of the road between Lakshmipuram-Madhavaraopeta in Bhadrachalam area of Khammam District.

March 23

Police arrested Sudarshan alias Srinivas, a top ranking CPI-Maoist leader, after a day-long search from an undisclosed location near Wyra town in Khammam District.

March 24

Three CPI-Maoist cadres including a couple, surrendered before Khammam SP, AV Ranganath.

To strengthen the Police machinery in the mandals along the Pranahita river bordering Maharashtra and also in Maoist-affected areas, Adilabad District Police have posted 101 constables in those Police Stations.

March 28

The Wyra Police of Khammam District announced the arrest of Orissa-based CPI-Maoist 'commander' Vimala alias Navya alias Kumari.

March 29

A member of Galikonda area committee of CPI-Maoist, identified as M. Bhaskara Rao and four militia members were arrested by G.K. Veedhi Police in Visakhapatnam District.

A woman CPI-Maoist cadre, identified as Gemmeli Sadayi alias Sadhana (26), carrying a reward of INR 400 thousand surrendered before Visakhapatnam District Police.

April 2

Posters and pamphlets, in the name of the Maoists, asking the tribals to boycott the local body polls were seen at Busiput, Rudakota and a few other places under Munchingput Police Station limits in Visakhapatnam District.

April 12

Police recovered an explosive material dump of CPI-Maoist in the forests of Borlagudem village of Mahamuttaram mandal in Karimnagar.

April 22

Twenty five CPI-Maoist cadres, including a 'commander' and two 'deputy commanders', village committees and sympathisers, surrendered before the Superintendent of Police, G. Srinivas, Visakhapatnam Rural.

April 23

A woman CPI-Maoist commander, carrying a reward of INR 5 lakh on her head, surrendered before the Warrangal District Police.

CPI-Maoist's North Telangana Special Zone Committee Spokesperson Jagan has called for a 48-hour bandh (shut down strike) of North Telangana, on April 26 and 27.

April 30

A 'militia commander', four 'militia members' and a 'village committee member' of CPI-Maoist surrendered before Visakhapatnam SP G. Srinivas.

May 1

A 35-year-old tribal man, identified as Alem Sammaiah, was shot dead by CPI-Maoist cadres in the forest area near Narsingapeta in Chinturu mandal of Khammam District.

May 7

Handwritten pamphlets, released in the name of Korukonda Dalam of CPI-Maoist and other tribal organisations, were found in Mampa area of Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh.

Police recovered a huge arms and ammunition dump belonging to the CPI-Maoist in the forests of Narsingapur village of Adavi Mutharam mandal in Karimnagar District of Andhra Pradesh.

May 9

A top-ranking CPI-Maoist leader Marpu Venkataramana alias Jagadish was arrested by the District Police at Anakapalle in Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh.

May 11

A group of about 15 armed members of Galikonda area committee of the CPI-Maoist blasted a coffee godown of Andhra Pradesh Forest Development Corporation at Pedavalasa in GK Veedhi mandal in Visakhapatnam District.

May 21

A CPI-Maoist cadre who is wanted in several cases of attacks on Government properties and Police personnel in Odisha was reportedly arrested at her residence in Guntur District by a team of Odisha Police.

May 24

Three CPI-Maoist cadres, earlier operating in Odisha, surrendered before the Vizianagaram District Police.

Karimnagar District Police arrested two CPI-Maoist cadres at Godavarikhani.

June 1

Following the directive from Kolkata NIA court to seize and attach the properties of top CPI-Maoist leaders, the Karimnagar District revenue authorities visited the Bheerpur village of Sarangapur mandal and found that Maoists' supremo Muppala Laxman Rao alias Ganapathi did not have any properties in his native village of Bheerpur. However, the revenue authorities said that they had seized and attached 1.37 acres of land that belonged to Maoists central committee member Balmuri Narayana Rao in the village and handed over the same to the NIA authorities.

June 2

The Koutala Circle Police in Adilabad District recovered a small arms dump belonging to the CPI-Maoist hidden near Gudem village in Bejjur mandal. The dump had three tapanchas, 15 live rounds of 12 bore shot gun and 25 electrical detonators.

The Prakasam District Police increased the frequency of combing operations in the thick Nallamalla forests, once a safe haven for the Maoists, in the wake the extremists' May 25 ambush in Chhattisgarh.

June 3

Kurasam Mothi Bai alias Madhavi (40), CPI-Maoist south Bastar division committee secretary and wife of NTSZC secretary Chandranna, and two others were arrested by Police after a 20-km-long chase on Bhadrachalam-Kothagudem main road near Palvancha town in Khammam District.

June 5

Four CPI-Maoist cadres, including a husband-wife and another couple, surrendered before the Police in Prakasam and Khammam Districts.

Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy requested Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to sanction and fund the construction of a corridor of road network all along the borders of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Chhattisgarh equipped with communication and other facilities to effectively tackle the Maoists taking shelter in the tri-junction between these three States.

Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha agreed to be on board for a coordinated offensive with the central forces in the tri-junction of the Bastar jungles from where the senior Maoist leadership operates.

June 10

A small explosives dump belonging to the CPI-Maoist was found in the forests of Chinna Dampur under Lingapur Police Station limits in Adilabad District.

June 11

CPI-Maoist called upon separate Telangana protagonists to take up the proposed 'Chalo Assembly' on June 14 as a militant struggle. Releasing a statement, Jagan, Spokesman of the NTSZC called upon the people to ensure the success of the demonstration in spite of refusal of permission by the Police.

Andhra Pradesh and Odisha Police have come up with a joint strategy to increase surveillance on borders to check the movement of the Maoists. As part of the strategy, the BSF would support the Police of the two States by setting up base camps in Naxalite stronghold areas.

June 14

Apprehending possible "(CPI-Maoist misadventure" during the Telangana Joint Action Committee's Chalo Assembly march on June 14, Andhra Pradesh Police made heavy deployment of SFs.

June 17

The GRP and the RPF of Vijayawada discussed on how to prevent the possible CPI-Maoist attacks and other crimes on moving trains or on isolated railway stations.

June 25

Two former CPI-ML-New Democracy cadres were arrested on the charge of hatching a plot to murder a realtor in Andhra Pradesh.

Police seized about 50 country-made bombs from Mannesultan Palem village in Guntur District. Following the seizure, 20 persons were taken into custody for interrogation.

June 27

A Naxal belonging to Praja Prathighatana surrendered in the presence of Superintendent of Police (Urban) A. Venkateswara Rao in Warangal District.

June 30

A joint team of local Police and CRPF arrested two CPI-Maoist cadres in the forest area surrounding Peddabandirevu village in Dummugudem mandal in Khammam District.

July 1

Police at Parkal in Warangal District arrested four Naxalite sympathisers and recovered three soap bombs from them.

July 2

Andhra Pradesh DGP V Dinesh Reddy said that sustained intelligence based anti-Naxal operations led to the decline in LWE violence to the tune of 57 per cent in Andhra Pradesh in the first six months of 2013, which also resulted in the arrest of 106 CPI-Maoist cadres.

CPI-Maoist killed a former Maoist, identified as Bhagath, near Vijayapuri Colony in Venkatapuram mandal in Khammam District around midnight.

Maoists assaulted two former members of the party's militia, identified as Batchala Chiranjeevi and Chittibabu, near Balapam village in Visakhapatnam District.

July 4

Former CPI-Maoist leader Ganti Prasada Rao alias Prasadam was shot at and critically injured by three unidentified people near the Government-run hospital in Nellore District.

July 5

Suspected CPI-Maoist cadres have reportedly sent letters to four local Congress Party leaders in Bhadrachalam of Khammam District threatening with dire consequences if they failed to refrain from pursuing their "selfish commercial interests" in the name of development of the temple city.

July 6

Former Chairman of Agriculture Marketing Committee of Chintapalli Vantala, Subba Rao escaped an attack on him by Maoist cadres in his native Bayalu Kinchangi village under Choudapalli Panchayat in Visakhapatnam District.

July 10

CPI-Maoist cadres raided houses of two ruling Congress Party leaders in GK Veedhi mandal in Visakhapatnam District and looted their belongings under 'famine raids'.

No nomination was received for elections to five Panchayats in Chintapalli and six in G.K. Veedhi so far. Deputy Superintendent of Police of Chintapalli E.G. Ashok Kumar told reporters at Chintapalli that intelligence-based operations would be intensified in the Agency area.

CPI-Maoist AOBSZC has called for a bandh in AOB region on July 21 protesting against the killing of Ganti Prasadam by SIB of Andhra Pradesh Police. AOB Special Zone Committee political representative, Jagabandhu called upon the people to observe a protest week from July 15 and a bandh on July 21.

July 11

Continuing its violent campaign against the Panchayat elections, the CPI-Maoist cadres snatched away nomination papers filed for posts of Sarpanches and ward members for four Panchayats in G. Madugula mandal in Visakhapatnam District.

July 12

Four cadres of the Communist Party of India-Marxist Leninist Praja Pratighatana, a Naxalite outfit, including its 'State Secretary' Mohan, surrendered before Warangal Range Deputy Inspector General of Police, M. Kanta Rao in Khammam District.

Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, who has taken a rigid stand on not allowing bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh to form Telangana at any cost, has warned the Congress leadership that carving out a separate State might lead to aggravation of communalism and Naxalism in the region.

July 13

A woman CPI-Maoist cadre was killed in an encounter with Police in the forests between Garikabanda and Kindangi areas on the borders of GK Veedhi and Koyyuru mandals in Visakha Agency of Visakhapatnam District.

Three top Maoists, identified as Dasaram Srinivas (39) alias JNM Vishwanath, his wife Sripathi Laxmi (30) alias Usha, and Gagide Joggi (24) alias Swarna, surrendered before the Police in Warangal District.

July 16

Andhra Pradesh DGP V. Dinesh Reddy said that no Naxal problem in Andhra Pradesh, except in Visakhapatnam and Khammam Districts of the State.

CPI-Maoist pasted wall posters in Sadasivanagar mandal headquarters in Nizamabad District warning the former Maoists against contesting the Panchayat elections. The posters were handwritten and in the name of Jagan, the CPI-Maoist Nizamabad 'divisional secretary.'

July 17

Maoists took away nomination papers filed for two more Panchayats in Vishakhapatnam District. A group of 15 Maoists went to Jamiguda where the nomination papers of Jamiguda and Jillelakota were kept. They took away the nomination papers and money paid as deposit and made two polling officials march along with them for two kilometres.

Contestants for three more Panchayats, two from Chintapalli mandal and one from G. K. Veedhi mandal, both in Vishakhapatnam District, have withdrawn their nominations under the threat of Maoists.

July 18

Karimnagar District Police unearthed an arms dump belonging to the CPI-Maoist in the forests of Modedu, a hamlet of interior Pankena village of Mahadevpur mandal.

July 22

CPI-Maoist cadres blocked Rompala Ghat road between Chintapalli and GK Veedhi areas in Visakhapatnam District. The Maoists were protesting against the killing of their leader Ganti Prasasdam on July 5, 2013.

July 23

According to an official press release, 64.1 percent voters cast their votes during the first phase of Panchayat elections in Visakhapatnam District. The voting held in Paderu Revenue Division was peaceful, except for a few incidents.

August 8

Andhra Pradesh Government extended ban on CPI-Maoist and its several front organisations for a period of one year from August 17.

August 9

A CPI-Maoist dalam member identified as M. Bhupal alias Anand surrendered before Kothagudem Officer on Special Duty in Khammam District.

August 20

Acting on a tip off, Andhra Pradesh Special Police Personnel arrested a CPI-Maoist 'dalam (armed squad) commander', identified as Dasru of Sukma District of Chhattisgarh, from Warrangal District.

August 21

CPI-Maoist cadre of Bastar region of Chhattisgarh, Hariram alias Yogesh alias Ramesh alias Gopanna (46), and his wife Navita, were arrested by Warangal Police.

August 23

Two 'divisional committee' members of Chhattisgarh Unit of CPI-Maoist surrendered before Warangal Urban Police. DIG G Kantha Rao said that the Maoist leaders Madivi Dularam alias Hareram alias Yogesh alias Shankar and Radiyam Pojje alias Navatha alias Anitha surrendered in response to the call given by the State Government.

September 1

Adilabad District police intercepted rations meant for Maoists in the dense Vaipet forest in Indervlli mandal. The courier group was taken into custody.

September 5

'Commander' of Jana Natya Mandali, a front organisation of the CPI-Maoist, Korra Sattibabu alias Sathish, who carried a reward of INR 400,000 on his head along with his wife Pathruni Ramanamma and two others, who all came out of the banned party, surrendered in front of SP Vikramjeet Duggal at Narsipatnam in Vishakhapatnam District.

September 10

STF Police and CRPF personnel, during a combing operation on the Andhra-Odisha Border region, recovered a CPI-Maoist arms dump consisting of eight country made big guns at Chemuduguda forest area in G.L. Puram mandal in Vizianagaram District.

September 24

CPI-Maoist 'protection team deputy commander', Yellam Surender alias Rathnam (25), surrendered before Karimnagar SP V. Ravinder in the Karimnagar town of Karimnagar District.

September 26

Three CPI-Maoist 'Militia Commanders' identified as Muchika Bheema alias Lalu (25), Lakka alias Kosa (25) and Kovasi Iduma alias Boti (25) were arrested by Police in coordination with CRPF personnel near Unjupalli Lenin Colony in Charla mandal of Khammam District.

A member of Galikonda 'area committee' of CPI-Maoist G. Chinnam Naidu alias Pittala Dora, who carried a reward of INR 1 lakh on his head, and a member of Korukonda 'area committee' V. Chando alias Shanti surrendered before SP Vikram Jeet Duggal at Narsipatnam in Visakhapatnam District.

October 2

A former woman CPI-Maoist cadre surrendered before the Police in Guntur District. Ganugapati Sri Satyasai, a native of Velpuru village in Kankipadu mandal of Krishna District, surrendered before A. Bhaskar, DSP, Bapatla, seeking to formally join public life.

October 7

Senior officials of the MHA fear that a long spell of "zero-governance" in Andhra Pradesh due to the growing protest against the creation of Telangana could see escalation of the Naxal problem, while law and order could deteriorate, particularly in Hyderabad.

As the protest spread to more areas in Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra Pradesh, the officials are apprehensive that the CPI-Maoist would now try and reassert their presence in areas where the Police and paramilitary forces have managed to regain control in the last few years.

October 9

From having excess funds at the peak of their movement during 2001-03, the North Telangana region has become a place of miniscule collection point for the CPI-Maoist, even as the Centre remains apprehensive about the Maoists becoming more powerful. According to the MHA documents NTSZC had an expenditure of INR 44,251,256 between 2001-2003 while the income generated was INR 62, 048, 500. NTSZC is a special area committee Maoists formed like Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee, West Bengal State Committee and others to decentralize.

October 10

While speaking to a vernacular TV channel on the Telangana issue, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Kiran Reddy has said creation of the Telangana State would boost CPI-Maoist activity in the region, as the 'Central Committee' of the Maoists is dominated by leaders from Telangana region.

October 20

Alleging harassment by Police, former Naxalites in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh have demanded that the government direct the Police authorities to withdraw cases filed against them.

October 21

A group of seven CPI-Maoist cadres allegedly shot dead a 25-year-old villager, identified as Madakam Kosalu, branding him as a 'Police informer' in Khammam District. He was dragged out of his house in Gollaguupa village of Bhadrachalam rural mandal and three bullets were pumped into his chest.

A Maoist District Committee member, carrying a cash reward of INR 3 lakh on his head, was arrested in Medak District. Acting on a tip off, a Police team arrested Pusa Sivanarayana, in his early 50s, a paralytic, when he was on his way to a hospital for treatment.

October 23

A CPI-Maoist 'area committee member' of SGS of Khammam District, identified as Kovasi Joga alias Chandu (25), was arrested by Police near Katukapalli village in Chintur mandal, Khammam District.

October 28

A CPI-Maoist 'woman commander' from Bijapur District of Chhattishgarh, identified as Bandam Kamala alias Radha, surrendered before Warangal District Police.

November 2

Khammam District Police claimed to have arrested two squad members of CPI-Maoist Venkatapuram Area Committee, two militia 'commanders' and five militia members in the dense forest area surrounding Chintaguppa.

November 5

Police seized a cache of explosives, including 500 gelatin sticks, 4,000 detonators, 25 wire bundles and 40 kgs of ammonium nitrate after raiding a house of one Babula Pasha at Giriprasad Nagar in Mahabubabad town of Warangal District in Andhra Pradesh.

November 6

Andhra Pradesh DGP B. Prasada Rao said that the administration was concerned about CPI-Maoist activity picking up in separate Telangana because of the leadership of CPI-Maoist. In an informal chat with media persons Rao said Maoists were not active in the State presently, barring north-coastal Districts of Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam and East and West Godavari.

The husband of Kalimkota sarpanch in G Madugula mandal of Visakhapatnam District was beaten up allegedly by Maoists for not heeding their diktats. Around 30 Maoists of Korukonda Area Committee caught hold of the sarpanch's husband, Munipalle Pandanna, who is a former sarpanch of the same panchayat, hauled him to a praja court (people's court) at Killamkota and severely beat him up for not responding to their calls to meet them.

November 8

Two villagers, including a former Home Guard, of Velamjuvvi under Balapam gram panchayat in Chintapalli mandal of Visakhapatnam District were allegedly shot dead by a group of CPI-Maoist cadres. A group of Maoists took away former Home Guard Rambabu and his friend Rammohan both aged between 25-30 years from their native village and killed them near Johar village branding them as Police informers.

November 15

Notwithstanding the fast pace of the exercise it is undertaking to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh, the Centre is worried over the long-term security implications in Telangana as well as residuary Andhra Pradesh (AP). It views the CPI-Maoist menace, Jehadi terrorism and communalism as the foremost concerns for Telangana while residuary AP would have coastal security as an area of prime concern.

November 28

The Warangal rural Police arrested two CPI-Maoist cadres at Kothaguda mandal in Warangal District of Andhra Pradesh during checking of vehicles. The two were identified as Dadi Sambaiah of Komatlagudem and another Malothu Badradri of Jangalapalli village in Kothaguda.

December 1

Few hours before the commencement of annual PLGA week of the CPI-Maoist, a group of Maoists conducted a famine raid on the house of salesman of local GCC depot Korra Narayana Rao at Kukumpudi village in G.K. Veedhi mandal in Visakhapatnam District and took away all the foodgrains, belongings and clothes from his house. His family was asked to leave the village.

December 2

Differing with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kirankumar Reddy's thesis that bifurcation of the State will lead to a spurt in CPI-Maoist activity, DGP B Prasada Rao said one cannot predict the scenario as Maoism has been rising its ugly head across the State border even when the state is united.

December 5

Member of the Galikonda area committee of the CPI-Maoist killed a former president of Vana Samrakshana Samiti, Gemmeli Chinna Rao of Panasalabanda village in G.K.Veedhi mandal at Sappara village in Visakhapatnam District. He was 'punished' after being tried in a Praja Court (People's Court, euphemism for Kangaroo court) following complaint from the villagers, the Maoist party claimed. The family was asked to leave the village.

December 23

In an attempt to win the confidence of villagers and keep a close surveillance on the possible regrouping of CPI-Maoists in the wake of coming general elections, the Karimnagar District Police launched the "Antharmadhanam" (introspection) programme in the remote Bheerpur village of Sarangapur mandal, the native of Maoist supremo Muppalla Laxman Rao alias Ganapathi.

December 24

Visakhapatnam District rural Police arrested six members of a CPI-Maoist militia. The militia members were identified as A Venkata Ramana (25), G Nagaraju (26), G Sathibabu (26), M Chinabbai (28), T Sathibabu (30) and Vanthala Sibu (25), all natives of Balapam village in the District.

December 25

Andhra Pradesh Police unearthed a CPI-Maoist arms dump near Donkarai under Y Ramavaram Police Station limits, Rampachodavaram Division, of East Godavari District during regular combing operations.

19 Maoist militia members surrendered at Narsipatnam, Visakhapatnam District.

December 26

Hoping to regain their hold in the Visakha Agency by gaining the confidence of tribals, the CPI-Maoist reportedly conducted a meeting on the borders of Koyyuru and GK Veedhi mandal (administrative units) in Visakhapatnam District with more than 300 tribals.

December 29

CPI-Maoist cadres attacked a Congress Party leader at G.K. Veedhi and set ablaze a tractor at Chintapalli in Visakhapatnam District.

A tractor hired by the AP Forest Development Corporation was burnt to ashes by the Maoists at Charlapalli village of Chintapalli mandal in Visakhapatnam District.

Source: Figures are compiled from news reports and are provisional.





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