NIA has announced a reward of 100,000 rupees for information about Mao Zedong activist "Kishor Da".

NIA has announced a reward of 100,000 rupees for information about Mao Zedong activist “Kishor Da”.

Residents of 24 Pargana in northern West Bengal, Kishor Da is said to be willing to spread the Maoist ideology in the region and adopt it as a group.

He was previously arrested in the Golagart district, but is said to have been released on bail later. NIA said the identity of the informant will be kept secret.

During the investigation of the case by the NIA, it was discovered that the CPI (Maoist) was trying to spread the camp of the organization to Assam and the northeastern region.

NIA sources said, “A lot of money has flowed into the Eastern Regional Department to further accelerate our activities in Assam. They are made up of six members to achieve the desired goals. Established one state-level team (SLT). ” ..

The highest authority of the investigative agency monitored the incident after the arrest of Arunkumar Batacharji, also known as CPI (Maoist) leader and its central committee member Kanchanda, in the Kacha district. ..

He was allegedly arrested from a tea plantation under the Udderbond Police Station, and with his other companion, Raffle or a person properly known as Akash Oran.