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Strikes being planned in Kolkata, says Maoist leader

Venkateswar Reddy (44), alias Telugu Deepak, the state committee member and Bengal military commission chief of the Naxalites who was arrested last Wednesday, has told intelligence agencies that Maoists have raised an action squad to target government establishments, specially the police and paramilitary, in the city.

kolkata Updated: Mar 09, 2010, 01:34 IST
Surbek Biswas
Surbek Biswas
Hindustan Times

Kolkata may be seeing a return of the Naxalites.

Venkateswar Reddy (44), alias Telugu Deepak, the state committee member and Bengal military commission chief of the Naxalites who was arrested last Wednesday, has told intelligence agencies that Maoists have raised an action squad to target government establishments, specially the police and paramilitary, in the city.

The Maoists are entrenching themselves in some of the very areas that were the strongholds of the Naxalbari movement 40 years back.

Intelligence officials named areas in the districts of North and South Parganas and Howrah — that surrounds Kolkata — from where the Maoists have recruited their members. Kolkata may be seeing a return of the Naxalites.

Venkateswar Reddy (44), alias Telugu Deepak, the state committee member and Bengal military commission chief of the Naxalites who was arrested last Wednesday, has told intelligence agencies that Maoists have raised an action squad to target government establishments, specially the police and paramilitary, in the city.

The Maoists are entrenching themselves in some of the very areas that were the strongholds of the Naxalbari movement 40 years back.

Intelligence officials named areas in the districts of North and South Parganas and Howrah — that surrounds Kolkata — from where the Maoists have recruited their members.

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