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Naxalite Pasha held, remanded in 7-day police custody

TNN, Jun 19, 2010, 10.11pm IST
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/City/Surat/-Naxalite-Pasha-held-remanded-in-7-day-police-custody-/articleshow/6068888.cms

SURAT: Rural police arrested Abdul Shakil Pasha, a senior operative of Communist Party of India (Maoist), on Friday, in Delhi and brought him to Surat on a transfer warrant. He was produced on Saturday before a local court at Kathor village which remanded him in police custody for seven days. Pasha is accused of recruiting youth from south Gujarat and Ahmedabad for the organisation.

He was closely associated with People’s War Group (PWG) and was worked in Gujarat. Police had sought 14 days’ remand for him from the court. But, the court after hearing the arguments of public prosecutor and defense lawyer, remanded him in police custody for seven days.

So far, police have arrested 12 accused for their alleged involvement in anti-Naxal movement in Gujarat. Those arrested are Niranjan Mohapatra, K N Singh, Maka Chaudhary, Avinash Kulkarni, Ramu Puwar, Bharat Puwar, Sulat Puwar, Jayram Goswami, Satyam Rao, Vishwanath Iyer, Surya Dewra Prabhakar and Venkataiya Kuttupatti. Chargesheet against all except Kuttupatti has been filed in the court.

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  1. vedaprakash Says:

    Naxal leader ran NGO in Delhi
    Dwaipayan Ghosh, TNN, Jun 19, 2010, 03.19am IST
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/City/Delhi/Naxal-leader-ran-NGO-in-Delhi/articleshow/6065771.cms

    NEW DELHI: An alleged urban area commander of CPI (Maoists) operating out of Surat in Gujarat for the past 13 years was arrested by the special cell of Delhi Police on Sunday night. The police said that the accused has been identified as Abdul Shakir Pasha (40). Senior police officers said that Pasha was picked up from his hideout in a government quarter in Sector 6 RK Puram.

    Pasha, who allegedly used several names to conceal his identity, was running an NGO for the homeless in Delhi at Katwaria Sarai for the past one year. He is originally from Mumbai. Sources in the Gujarat ATS and Surat Police claimed that Pasha was the area committee secretary of Surat. ‘‘Based out of Surat in the initial years, Pasha had been instrumental in recruiting new cadres. We have recovered several incriminating documents, including Maoist literature and future plans for expanding the Maoist base in northern India,’’ said a senior special cell officer.

    The arrest came after the Gujarat police issued a look-out notice against the accused. ‘‘The Gujarat police had contacted us and we worked on the leads provided by them to nab Pasha. The arrest was a culmination of an FIR that was filed by Surat Police in February earlier this year to curb Naxal activities. Twelve others have been already arrested before Pasha was nabbed,’’ said an officer. The accused completed his MCom in 1994 from Mumbai University and allegedly underwent training in Chhattisgarh camps.
    But Pasha’s family denied all the police claims. ‘‘There is nothing. The cops are claiming that Pasha was involved in Maoist activities and that he actively stayed in touch with rebels in the red country and Maoist ideologues like Kobad Ghandy. The truth is that he has been involved with the city’s NGO movement for the past six years. He has never visited any Maoist affected zones of this country,’’ said Anju Shakeel, his wife.

    The Gujarat police has taken Pasha on a two-day transit remand to Surat.

    The cops said that this was the sixth major arrest of a Maoist leader from the capital after the arrest of Kobad Ghandy. Earlier, leader of a little known trade union, ‘Mehnatkhush Mazdoor Morcha’, was arrested in the capital for suspected links with the ultra Left. He was the Delhi chief of proscribed CPI (Maoist). The special cell claimed that the accused Gopal Mishra was a close aide of Kobad Ghandy and was instrumental in organising the CPI (Maoist) cadre in Delhi.

    Mishra’s wife Anjali alias Anu too was arrested from her east Delhi residence the next day. The police claimed Anjali worked as a personal assistant to her husband.

    The south district police had also arrested a Naxal leader from Bihar from the Tughlakabad area earlier. ‘‘It shows that the Naxals are increasingly coming to Delhi for medical treatment or just to escape security forces. With the Games round the corner, we are taking no chances regarding Maoist activities in the capital,’’ said a senior officer from the special cell.

    dwaipayan.ghosh@timesgroup.com

  2. K. Venkatraman Says:

    There is nothing surprising in this report, as the anti-nationals have already started grouped together under the “Maoist” bannerm, so that the useless humanright people also blindly and / or purposely follow and support.

    How Laxmanananda was killed by the Christians, in the same way innocent Indians are massacred ub=nder the guise of train accidents.

    The terroristysd could be in anyform, if tribals are terrorirsts or have become so, they have to be treated accordingly. The clean-shaved Muslims or bearded Muslims, both are same only, till they identify themselves for such morphological variance.


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