One of the accused allegedly involved in spreading Naxal network in Gujarat has been detained by the Hyderabad police there, state police said on Monday.
"One of the persons wanted in our case here, Amar, has been detained by the Hyderabad police," Navsari Superintendent of Police Premvir Singh, who is heading special investigation team (SIT) probing network of CPI (Maoist) in the state, told PTI.
Singh however declined to divulge more details about the development.
The SIT probing network of CPI (Maoist) in the state had filed a 1,800-page chargsheet last month against 11 out of the 12 persons arrested, in the Surat district rural court.
According to the chargesheet, all the accused have been booked under various sections of the IPC which include criminal conspiracy (120 B), waging war against government (121 A), Sedition (124 A), promoting enmity between different groups (153 A).
Besides this they have also been booked under section of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
The Gujarat police had in February this year filed a first comprehensive FIR against CPI (Maoist) in the state to investigate their plans, activities and to identify persons involved in spread of the banned organisation in South Gujarat region.