CPI (Maoist) Cadre Member Arrested By NIA On Charges Of Reviving Organization In Bihar, UP
Rajesh Gupta, the fugitive suspect in connection with the CPI (M) cadres’ plot to establish their operations in UP and Bihar, was apprehended by the central agency.
Rajesh Gupta, the fugitive suspect in connection with the CPI (Maoist) cadre members’ plot to establish their operations in UP and Bihar, was apprehended by the central agency.
He is close friends with the three people who have already been detained in this case. The National Investigation Agency has announced that additional investigation is ongoing (NIA).
UP and Bihar cases involving attempts to resurrect banned organizations
Gupta made an increasing contribution to CPI(M) activities in Bihar and UP. “Three suspects were arrested earlier.
Rajesh Gupta, a Central Committee Member (CCM) who was actively involved in reviving CPI (Maoist) activities in the Son-Ganga Bindh region, is a close friend and associate of previously arrested accused Vijay Kumar Arya. Further research is being done.
Vijay Arya, a member of the Central Committee, was detained in Bihar
In the second week of April 2022, the 60-year-old Vijay Kumar Arya was taken into custody by the Bihar police.
Along with Arya, a resident of the Karma district from Gaya in Bihar, the NIA also named Rajesh Gupta, Umesh Chaudhary, Anil Yadav, and Rupesh Kumar Singh in its FIR.
He has an economics postgraduate degree from Magadh University. Before he joined the Maoist communist center in 2004, Arya, according to the police, worked as a lecturer. On his head, he wore a reward of Rs. 3 lakh.