Dalits in Tamil Nadu, Muslims in Kerala: Stan Swamy’s front to bring down Modi sarkar
New Delhi, Oct 16: The National Investigation Agency has filed a detailed chargesheet in connection with the Bhima Koregaon case.
On October 9 the NIA had arrested Jharkhand based Jesuit Stan Swamy from his Ranchi home.
It may be recalled that Swamy who is a Jesuit priest was questioned by the NIA in July and August. He was summoned by the NIA to Mumbai this week. The NIA says that he has links with the naxalites.
In its chargesheet the NIA says that Stan had prepared a front to take on the democratically elected Narendra Modi government. He wanted to mobilise the Dalits and Muslims in this regard.
The NIA, while quoting a letter written by Stan said, " in order to develop the process, from the very beginning we should bring together most Dalit and Muslim forces. This is taking shape in many parts of the country. Dalit forces are taking shape in South, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. The Muslim minority forces in Kerala, Karnataka and Maharashtra.
He said that a front has to come up at the village levels, small towns, cities and even at the neighbourhood levels with militant sections of people being organised.
Officials tell OneIndia that Stan Swamy is a member of the CPI (Maoist). He is actively involved in its activities. He is the convenor of the PPSC, which is a frontal organisation of the CPI (Maoist). He is alleged to have received funds through an associate to further the activities of the CPI (Maoist).
The official also said that documents pertaining to the furthering of the activities of the CPI (Maoist) were seized from his possession. The official also added that he was in contact with some of the conspirators Sudhir Dhawale, Rona Wilson, Surendra Gadling, Arun Ferreira, Vernon Gonsalves, Hany Babu, Shoma Sen, Mahesh Raut, Varavara Rao, Sudha Bharadwaj, Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde.
This case pertains to organisation of Elgar Parishad at Pune, Maharashtra on December 31 2017, which promoted enmity between various caste groups and led to violence resulting in loss of life & property and state-wide agitation in Maharashtra. The investigation revealed that the Elgar Parishad along with Maoist leaders used the incident to spread the ideology of Maoism/Naxalism and encourage unlawful activities on the instructions of the leaders of CPI (Maoist), a banned organisation.
It was found that Hany Babu M T was a co-conspirator along with other accused persons propagating the naxal ideology. Babu was arrested on July 28 2020. Further, the investigation also revealed that accused Hany Babu was in contact with Paikhomba Meitei, Secretary Information and Publicity, Military Affairs, Kangkeipak Communist Party (MC), an organisation banned under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. An interview of Ganapathy, General Secretary of CPI (Maoist) was shared by Paikhomba Meitei with the accused Hany Babu. Communications of Hany Babu with other Maoists of Manipur have also been retrieved.
The investigation also revealed that after the release of CPI (Maoist) leader Pallath Govindankutty, Babu along with co-accused Rona Wilson, took the initiative to help him financially by raising funds.
Babu, along with other accused persons namely Rona Wilson, Anand Teltumbde, P Varavara Rao and Surendra Gadling formed a Committee for the release of G N Saibaba who was sentenced to life imprisonment for his links with CPI (Maoist).
During the search at Babu's house, NIA seized one account ledger, one receipt book of the Committee for the Defence and Release of Dr G N Saibaba, several documents as well as electronic items such as hard disk, USB pen drive among other items.