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Now, NIA books Maddileti

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | JAYENDRA CHAITHANYA T
Published Dec 10, 2019, 5:02 am IST
Updated Dec 10, 2019, 5:02 am IST
In Oct, police arrested Vidyarthi Vedika chief for links with Maoists.
In October, the Gadwal police had arrested Maddileti and Nalamasi Krishna, state vice-president of the Telangana Praja Front, following a case that they have links with Maoists. (Photo: File)
 In October, the Gadwal police had arrested Maddileti and Nalamasi Krishna, state vice-president of the Telangana Praja Front, following a case that they have links with Maoists. (Photo: File)

Hyderabad: Taking cognisance of the revelations that the alleged frontal organisations have recruited two youngsters for the Maoists, the National Investigation Agency has registered a fresh case against Telangana Vidyarthi Vedika president Bandari Maddileti.

In October, the Gadwal police had arrested Maddileti and Nalamasi Krishna, state vice-president of the Telangana Praja Front, following a case that they have links with Maoists.

 

Prior to that, the police had also arrested TVV Gadwal district secretary Puliga Nagaraju, state committee member Vynomoni Balaram, Kanti Jagan, member of Revolutionary Writers Association and editor of Student March monthly magazine. The police had earlier said that its investigations revealed that the accused held meetings and encouraged the students to join the Maoists and also to underground to fight against the state government. An in-depth probe revealed that the accused had sent two persons – Harijan Bhavani of Kurtiravulacheruvu village and Uttini Anil Kumar of Makthal — to go underground  and work for the Maoists in July and September 2018, respectively. A case was registered at the Nallakunta police station, where the police allegedly discovered several communication letters with Maoist secretary Haribushan, and revolutionary literature. The case was transferred for a probe by the Special Investigation Team of Hyderabad.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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