Assam: NIA nabs CPI (Maoist) chief from Bengal in Cachar Maoist case
Guwahati: The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) has arrested a Maoist insurgent from West Bengal’s Mahispata for his alleged involvement within the CPI (Maoist) case in South Assam’s Cachar district.
The alleged Maoist chief, recognized as Samrat Chakraborty alias Amit alias Argha was nabbed on Monday from the Kalyani Expressway in West Bengal.
The case pertains to the arrest of veteran Maoist chief Arun Kumar Bhattacharjee alias Jyotish alias Kabir alias Kanchan Da of West Bengal, a Central Committee Member and an ideologue and strategist of CPI (Maoist).
On September 2, the NIA filed the cost sheet in opposition to six arrested Maoists earlier than the particular NIA Courtroom in Guwahati.
The Guwahati wing of the central probe company revealed Samrat was the hyperlink man between the Maoist management and arrested Maoist chief Arun Kumar Bhattacharjee.
“He was a linkman in clandestine communication between the highest hierarchy of the organisation and Arun Bhattacharjee, who was working from his hideout in Assam,” the NIA mentioned.