Maoist leader Panda's laptop helped to trap Kishenji

Hyderabad, Nov 25: The security forces has recently confiscated a laptop from a top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda in Odisha and it is been believed that  the laptop has helped in the encounter of Mallojula Koteshwar Rao alias Kishenji.

Sources revealed that the top Delhi analysts used the laptop to map the locations of the Maoist leaders. On Wednesday, the security forces including the CRPF had surrounded Kishenji and a few other top leaders in the forests of West Bengal and killed him during a 30-minute gun battle.

The joint armed forces arrested five Maoists during the operation and also recovered a large number of arms and ammunition in Jungle Mahal in Jhargram, West Midnapore.

The laptop helped them obtain the whereabouts of other leaders including politburo member Akkiraju Ramakrishna alias RK.

Sources claimed an unconfirmed report that RK is the next target as his location is almost confirmed. He was earlier spotted in the Andhra-Orissa border but due to some miscommunications among the security forces, he managed to escape the place.

The right groups believe that the Kishenji was captured somewhere else and security forces brought him to Junglemahal and shot him from close range. According to sources, Kishenji has had a security of around 40 men, armed with advanced weapons.

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