CPI (Maoist) Leader

Recent Arrest In Bengal In Case Over Setting Up Of Maoist Items In Assam

CPI (Maoist) activist Samrat Chakraborty alias “Nilkamal Sikdar” was arrested in West Bengal in a case associated to establishing models of the outlawed group in Assam, an Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) spokesperson stated on Tuesday.

Chakraborty (37), a resident of Seth Bagan Highway, North 24 Parganas district, was also called “Amit, Argha, Nirmal and Nirman”. He was arrested from Mahispata, close to Narayana Faculty on the Kalyani Expressway, the Nationwide Investigation Company spokesperson stated.

The NIA stated the case is said to the arrest of veteran Maoist chief Arun Kumar Bhattacharjee alias “Jyotish” alias “Kabir” alias “Kanak” alias “Kanchan da” of West Bengal, a central committee member, and an ideologue and strategist of the CPI (Maoist).

Bhattacharjee had been assigned the duty to determine CPI (Maoist) organisation in Assam and to additional unfold the roots of the group within the state generally and the northeast particularly, the spokesperson stated.

On September 2, the company had filed a cost sheet towards six arrested accused, together with Bhattacharjee, within the particular NIA courtroom in Guwahati.

“Additional investigations within the case revealed that accused Chakraborty was an energetic member of CPI (Maoist) organisation based mostly in West Bengal. He was a linkman in clandestine communication between the highest hierarchy of CPI (Maoist) organisation and the arrested accused, Bhattacharjee, who was working from his hideout in Assam,” the spokesperson stated.