Crimson Tide Deepens
 Maoist-PLA tie-up suggest brewing of a dangerous nexus
Women Maoists cadres doing weapons training
A FORCE Report
Extremist groups from the Northeast have added a new dimension to Left-Wing Extremism. The Naxals have aligned with cadres of Manipur’s banned People’s Liberation Army which is providing arms training to the Maoists.

The grim scenario came to light when the National Investigation Agency (NIA), filed a charge sheet before a designated court in Guwahati against three suspected Manipuri rebels for providing training and supplying arms and ammunition to Naxal groups.

The case was filed against N. Dilip Singh, Senjam Dhiren Singh alias Raghu and Arnold Singh under various sections of the Unlawful (Activities) Prevention Act. Dilip,
self-styled chief of the ‘external affairs department’ of banned terrorist organisation People’s Liberation Army Kolkata Police and Arnold was picked up by NIA.The three were charged with imparting training to the cadres of the banned CPI (Maoist) and supplying arms and ammunition to them.

Continuing with its probe to expose nexus between northeast terror groups and Naxals, the NIA recently arrested Pallab Borbora alias Profull, a Maoist in Assam, who was allegedly involved in a conspiracy to strike a deal with PLA for waging a war against the country. Borbora was arrested from Golaghat district of Assam for allegedly playing a ‘crucial’ role in ensuring a nexus between PLA and Naxalites. With the arrest of Borbora, the key person who facilitated meetings between PLA and the Maoists, six persons have been nabbed. Borbora is also alleged to be in the decision-making process of fixing training modules and venues for Naxals, they said.
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