Police sources confirmed that the families of the deceased Maoists have been informed to take the bodies of their kin.
The officials were asked to come up with a plan to provide internet and mobile connectivity to all the tribal villages in the State.
According to the police, there are around ten cases against him under various police stations.
It appears as if the Maoist activists are all set to tighten their grip on Rajanna-Sircilla and are going all out to strengthen their long-lost base in the district.
Tribals no longer believe Maoists and their slogans, which seem ridiculous to them, Andhra Pradesh DGP Gautam Sawang said.
Aitu Korsa alias Surjan of Mankeli village joined the left-wing extremist group CPI (Maoist) at the age of 14, in 2012, and has since been involved in several firing cases and IED blasts.
The Maoists have, however, not raised any formal demands for the release of the commando.