The Chhattisgarh police has made the arrangements for them to undergo reverse vasectomy surgery.
Bhopal: Twenty five surrendered Maoists, who were forcibly sterilised in Maoist camps in Chhattisgarh’s conflict zone of Bastar, are set to start their families after undergoing reverse vasectomy surgeries, thanks to an initiative by the police.
Of them, seven have already been blessed with children after successful reverse vasectomy surgeries while wives of half-a-dozen others have conceived.
“Reverse vasectomy surgeries have successfully performed on the 25 surrendered Naxals who were forced to undergo sterilisation in Maoist camps to deny them to produce their offspring,” Bastar range inspector general of police Vivekanand Sinha told this newspaper on phone.
The Chhattisgarh police has made the arrangements for them to undergo reverse vasectomy surgery under the rehabilitation package announced for the surrendered rebels by the state government.
Young Naxals who fall in love with women cadres have been forced to undergo vasectomy surgery by their group leaders to ensure that their girls do not conceive and become a liability for the insurgents.