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Chhattisgarh cops probe unclaimed Maoist literature

Chhattisgarh Police on Friday began probe into unclaimed cartons of Maoist literature found at Raipur railway station's parcel godown that reportedly had vital details about key Maoist leaders.

india Updated: Jan 14, 2011 14:59 IST

Chhattisgarh Police on Friday began probe into unclaimed cartons of Maoist literature found at Raipur railway station's parcel godown that reportedly had vital details about key Maoist leaders.

Sources said that railway authorities reported to police Friday that two unclaimed cartons filled with vital documents belonging to outlawed Communist Party of India-Maoist were lying for a long period at parcel godown.

"Police stepped in to probe on an urgent basis as one of the articles in a Maoist magazine contains a list of Maoist leaders killed since 2004 in fight with police," Chhattisgarh Director General of Police Vishwaranjan told IANS.

He said, "The literature was dispatched about six-seven months back from Bihar's capital Patna town and was addressed to a Raipur resident but somehow it was was lying in a parcel room at Raipur railway station."