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Kishneji’s laptop recovered

Four months after Kishenji was killed and days after his aide,Suchitra Mahato,surrendered,several articles,including arms,bombs and a laptop,allegedly belonging to the slain Maoist leader,were recovered from a hideout in Gosaibandh area under Binpur PS,West Midnapore.

Written by Express News Service | Kolkata |
March 21, 2012 3:43:13 am

Four months after Kishenji was killed and days after his aide,Suchitra Mahato,surrendered,several articles,including arms,bombs and a laptop,allegedly belonging to the slain Maoist leader,were recovered from a hideout in Gosaibandh area under Binpur PS,West Midnapore.

“A search operation by the 184 Batallion of the CRPF began early in the morning. Six improvised mines,over 40 kg explosives,splinters,303 ammunition,six detonators,a laptop,a printer,a scanner,some books,a diary,documents,a flex hoarding of ‘Nari Izzat Bachao Committee’ were recovered,” said Gaurav Sharma,SP,Midnapore (W).

Police sources said there were also letters by Kishenji,addressed to party supporters Akash and Bikash,in which he had mocked the policies of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

The search operation was carried out at Kushboni forest of Jhargram and most of the explosives were reportedly buried near the hideout. Police sources said these places were pin-pointed after police interrogated Suchitra. They said Kishenji used this laptop which was password protected and hopefully once it was cracked,many important details and contacts would be revealed.

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“The laptop will be sent for a forensic test,” said Suman Chatterjee,IC,Binpur PS.

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