Telangana Left Wing Extremism Conspiracy Case: NIA Chargesheets Top CPI (Maoist) Leader

Telangana Left Wing Extremism Conspiracy Case: NIA Chargesheets Top CPI (Maoist) Leader

Sanjoy Deepak Rao alias Sanjay Deepak Rao alias Vikas alias Anand alias Aravind, a Central Committee (CC) member of CPI (Maoist), has been charge-sheeted in the NIA Special Court, Hyderabad, Telangana.

Somendra SharmaUpdated: Monday, March 11, 2024, 08:29 PM IST
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday charge-sheeted a top leader of the banned CPI (Maoist) terror outfit in a Telangana case relating to a conspiracy to promote left wing extremism (LWE) in the country.  

Sanjoy Deepak Rao alias Sanjay Deepak Rao alias Vikas alias Anand alias Aravind, a Central Committee (CC) member of CPI (Maoist), has been charge-sheeted in the NIA Special Court, Hyderabad, Telangana.  

Details of case

The accused had actively recruited and radicalised other individuals to join the CPI (Maoist) in a systematic process and manner to carry acts related to terror and violence, in conspiracy with other Maoist cadres, as per NIA investigations. He had also raised funds for furthering the activities of the proscribed terrorist organisation, including procurement of arms and ammunition. NIA had found that Sanjoy had been involved in organising Terror Camps in the Western Ghats Special Zonal Committee/WGSZC of CPI (Maoist), as part of the conspiracy.

The case was initially registered at P.S KPHB by the Telangana Police following Sanjoy’s arrest on September 15, 2023 from the Malaysian Township Area, in Hyderabad, Telangana. A Revolver with ammunition, multiple fabricated Aadhaar cards, a laptop and cash, were seized from his possession at the time of his arrest. NIA took over the investigations and re-registered the case on 3rd January 2024.

A resident of Thane district of Maharashtra, the accused has been charge-sheeted u/s 121A, 120B, 465, 471 of IPC, 1860, Section 17,18, 18-B, 20, 38, 39, 40 of  the UA (P) Act, 1967 & Section 25 (1-A) of Arms Act, 1959. 

Further investigations in the case are continuing.

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