Suspect In Deadly Train Sabotage Held In India

June 20, 2010

India (ChattahBox) – A suspect in last month’s train sabotage in West Bengal has been arrested, and police believe he has ties to the Maoist rebels.

Bapi Mahato is known as the leader of the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities, a militia group that has traditionally been backed by Maoist rebel groups across the country.

Insurgent violence has been rife in the region since the 1960′s, and more than 6,000 people have died since rebellion was sparked.

The train sabotage in May is widely considered to be the worst in the history of the rebellion, with 150 people dead.

Umakanta Mahato and Asit Mahato, two members of the PCAPA believed to have been heavily involved with the attack, are still at large.

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One Response to “Suspect In Deadly Train Sabotage Held In India”

  1. deba on June 20th, 2010 1:41 pm

    It is now known to all that Mouist leader Kisenji wants to see mamta as a chief minister of west bengal in 2011.And to success the mission mauist are cleaning mamta’s way by killing, only those innocent poor tribal villager, who are the voter / supporter of CPI (M) And mamta also opposing the central force for taking any action against that Maoist and she also demand for immediate withdraw of the joint action force from mao dominated area. The main accused of janeswari Express sabotage umakanta mahato and bapi mahato are very close to trinamul congress.If government of India want to act as government, first action should required against the so called sympathizer of that terrorist group.

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