Published by: Amit Mandal
Updated to Thu, 28 Oct 2021 11:15 PM IST
He said the accused had links with top Maoist leaders and was providing weapons to carry out terrorist activities in states like Bihar and Jharkhand.
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The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday raided four places in Danapur and Chainpur areas of Bihar’s Patna district in connection with the seizure of weapons and ammunition from a member of the banned CPI (Maoist) organization. A case was registered in June in connection with the seizure of weapons and ammunition and other charges and documents from Parshu Ram Singh, a CPI (Maoist) activist from Jehanabad in Bihar, an NIA official said.
He said the accused had links with top Maoist leaders and were cooperating with the banned organization by supplying grenades, explosives, other weapons and ammunition to carry out terrorist activities in states like Bihar and Jharkhand.
The searched premises contained the houses and workshops of the accused and his associates, the official said. From here, grenades, ammunition, live cartridges, indictments, Naxal literature and digital equipment were seized.