Saturday, February 27, 2010

Gujarat Police file FIR against banned CPI (Maoist)

Press Trust of India

Saturday , Feb 27, 2010 at 0144 hrs

Surat : The Gujarat Police on Friday filed a comprehensive FIR against the banned CPI (Maoist) to investigate the organisation’s activities and identify the persons involved in its spread in the state.
Though Gujarat has a very large tribal belt, it has so far remained unaffected by Naxalism.

The complaint filed by the police, however, indicates that the banned CPI (Maoist) is trying to spread its network in the state, especially in tribal regions of south Gujarat.

“We have been compiling various interrogation reports of CPI (Maoists) activists arrested in other states and also examining various documents being distributed by them in the tribal belt of south Gujarat, and intelligence reports suggesting their activities,” Surat Range Inspector General or Police A K Singh said.

He added: “We have analysed the source materials and believe that their activities in south Gujarat are in continuation with their activities in the other Naxal-affected states of the country.

“This is the first comprehensive FIR registered against them that will give legal power to the police to investigate and find out the spread of CPI (Maoist) in south Gujarat. Earlier, only minor complaints were filed against them. It is a banned organisation and we need to track their every movement.”

The FIR by the police states: “Based on the variety of the source material available, certain dimension of the organisational activities of CPI (Maoists) has come to notice in south Gujarat. An offence has been registered under the various provisions of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), to enable full investigation into the matter in terms of their plans, activities and the persons involved.”

1 comment:

Bharat said...

CPP is just a front. It should not be difficult to guess the universal organisation behind this.